GMs pick Lonzo Ball to win Rookie of the Year

Even after a positively (brilliantly, beautifully) chaotic National Basketball Association offseason, there aren't many differences from a year ago in the 2017-18 National Basketball Association general manager survey, a yearly compilation of questions asked and answered by every GM in the league.

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The actual Rookie of the Year, Milwaukee Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon, did not receive a single vote.

Sixty-two percent of GMs said Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball will win Rookie of the Year, and the Timberwolves are favored to be the most improved team vote (69 percent). Last year's MVP Russell Westbrook was, rather shockingly, unranked.

According to the site, no other team has been as overwhelming of a favorite to take the championship in the survey's history, with the Warriors earning 93% of the vote. Giannis Antetokounmpo came in second with 21 percent. Fultz came in second with 21 percent of the vote, and Simmons tied for fourth with just 14 percent.

Also receiving votes were Sacramento Kings point guard De'Aaron Fox and third overall pick Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics.

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Karl-Anthony Towns is the player who GMs would pick to sign and start a National Basketball Association franchise with.

Oklahoma City GM Sam Presti cleaned up in the organizational categories - OKC was voted to have had the best offseason with 43 percent of the vote, and 60 percent of GMs believe that Paul George will be the most impactful new addition.

Popovich also finished first in voting for the coach with the best defensive schemes.

Cavs superstar LeBron James received 50 percent of the GM vote for Most Valuable Player.

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