Now that we're in the second round of the 2013 NBA playoffs, there are fewer rookies, but the ones who did make it are thriving.
The New York Knicks have a couple older rookies who are comfortable in the spotlight and hurting opponents from long distance.
Out West, the Golden State Warriors rely on almost 60 combined minutes per game from their rookies in the postseason, proving that the organization aced the 2012 draft.
It's great to see these guys competing during the most intense time of the year. What do their playoff grades look like?
*An "impact rookie" is a rookie with more than 8.0 minutes per game and at least five games played in 2013 playoffs.