Here is an excerpt about the voting from NBA.com:
At the annual Rookie Photo Shoot in August, NBA.com surveyed 40 rookies about the best in their group. Wizards point guard John Wall, the top pick in the Draft, is clearly at the top of the class, but he's not the only Kentucky guy, nor the only one with a chance to win Rookie of the Year.
Note that players were not allowed to vote for themselves, their NBA teammates or their college teammates. So, six of the 40 rookies were unable to vote for Wall (and they can blame the University of Florida class of 2007 for the rule), and the Clippers' Eric Bledsoe wasn't able to vote for any of the top three guys on the first question ...
And some of the results:
Who will be the 2010-11 Rookie of the Year?
1. John Wall, Washington -- 38.5 percent
2. Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers -- 23.1 percent
3. DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento -- 12.8 percent
4. Wesley Johnson, Minnesota -- 7.7 percent
Others receiving votes: Eric Bledsoe (LAC), Jordan Crawford (ATL), Derrick Favors (NJN), Gordon Hayward (UTA), Jeremy Lin (GSW), Larry Sanders (MIL), Evan Turner (PHI)
Which rookie will have the best career?
1. John Wall, Washington -- 23.7 percent
2. DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento -- 13.2 percent
3. Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers -- 13.2 percent
4. Derrick Favors, New Jersey -- 10.5 percent
5. Evan Turner, Philadelphia -- 7.9 percent
Which rookie is the best playmaker?
1. John Wall, Washington -- 67.6 percent
2. Eric Bledsoe, L.A. Clippers -- 5.4 percent
Jordan Crawford, Atlanta -- 5.4 percent
Evan Turner, Philadelphia -- 5.4 percent
Which rookie is the funniest?
1. DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento -- 44.7 percent
2. Tiny Gallon, Milwaukee -- 32.9 percent
3. Cole Aldrich, Oklahoma City -- 5.3 percent