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Complete 2017-2018 NBA Award Winners List

Stewie309

All-Star 1
Staff member
Community Chief
Here are all the canon NBA Award Winners
*All of the runners-up for the top tier reward are listed in order of what place they came in I tried to use yellow/gold for 1st place but it didn't show well so I switched to blue*

*For the big 6 awards (MVP, DPOY, ROY, 6MOY, MIP, and COTY) there are only a total of 101 1st place votes but that is only for those awards*

All-Rookie Teams:


All-Defensive 1st Team:
G- Jrue Holiday, Pelicans
G- Victor Oladipo, Pacers
F- Robert Covington, 76ers
F- Anthony Davis, Pelicans
C- Rudy Gobert, Jazz

All-Defensive 2nd Team:
G- Dejounte Murray, Spurs
G- Jimmy Butler, Timberwolves
F- Draymond Green, Warriors
F- Al Horford, Celtics
C- Joel Embiid, 76ers

All-NBA Teams:


Kia NBA Most Valuable Player:
Winner - James Harden (965 points and 86/101 1st place votes)
2nd place - LeBron James (738 points...
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Stewie309

All-Star 1
Staff member
Community Chief
Re: 2017-2018 NBA Awards list

Lol seeing lots of "Ben Simmons is not a rookie!" on Twitter
As am I and it's gonna get worse when he wins ROTY or at least a share of it because no way is Mitchell getting it outright but my guess is Simmons wins by a bigger margin then people think
 

TrueHawks

Rookie 1
Re: 2017-2018 NBA Awards list

Glad Collins made the 2nd team. Feel like he deserved more 1st team votes than Lonzo & Bogdan, he was a lot more effective than both by the end of the year, but I'll take it.
 

Stewie309

All-Star 1
Staff member
Community Chief
Re: 2017-2018 NBA Awards list

Glad Collins made the 2nd team. Feel like he deserved more 1st team votes than Lonzo & Bogdan, he was a lot more effective than both by the end of the year, but I'll take it.
I don't think any of them should have got a 1et place vote the 1st team seemed pretty cut and dry
 

Stewie309

All-Star 1
Staff member
Community Chief
Re: 2017-2018 NBA Awards list

Updated for the All-NBA teams I wish there was a graphic for the All-Defensive teams like there is for the other 2 types of teams
 

aramwot

Rookie 3
Staff member
Founder
Re: 2017-2018 NBA Awards list

Donovan & Simmons.

Donovan played quite well in his last few fames.
 

Alekk

Rookie 2
Staff member
NBA Awards Summary

All winners along with the voting totals. There's a total of 101 voters.

<U>Most Valuable Player</U>

1st) James Harden (86 first place votes)

2nd) LeBron James (15 first place votes)

3rd) Anthony Davis (0 first place votes, 7 second place votes)

<U>Rookie of the Year</U>

1st) Ben Simmons (90 first place votes)

2nd) Donovan Mitchell (11 first place votes)

3rd) Jayson Tatum (0 first place votes, 2 second place votes)

<U>Sixth Man of the Year</U>

1st) Lou Williams (97 first place votes)

2nd) Eric Gordon (3 first place votes)

3rd) Fred VanVleet (1 first place vote)

<U>Defensive Player of the Year</U>

1st) Rudy Gobert (89 first place votes)

2nd) Joel Embiid (2 first place votes, 44 second place votes)

3rd) Anthony Davis (5 first place votes, 25 second place votes)

<U>Most Improved Player</U>

1st) Victor Oladipo (99 first place votes, 499 out of possible 505 points)

2nd) Clint Capela (1 first place vote, 26 second place votes)

3rd) Spencer Dinwiddie (1 first place vote, 11 second place votes)

<U>Coach of the Year</U>

1st) Dwane Casey (39 first place votes)

2nd) Quin Snyder (21 first place votes, 30 second place votes)

3rd) Brad Stevens (23 first place votes, 23 second place votes)

<U>Basketball Executive of the Year</U>

1st) Daryl Morey (HOU) (11 first place votes)

2nd) Dennis Lindsey (UTA) (7 first place votes)

3rd) Kevin Pritchard (IND) (3 first place votes)

Note: the voters were all 30 executives.

<U>Sportsmanship Award</U>

1st) Kemba Walker (72 first place votes, 82 second place votes)

2nd) Al Horford (93 first place votes, 64 second place votes)

3rd) Jrue Holiday (50 first place votes, 71 second place votes)

Note: the voters were every player in the league

<U>Sager Strong Award</U>

1st) Dikembe Mutombo

<U>Lifetime Achievement Award</U>

1st) Oscar Robertson

<U>Teammate of the Year Award</U>

1st) Jamal Crawford (47 first place votes)

2nd) Manu Ginobili (37 first place votes, 61 second place votes)

3rd) Udonis Haslem (36 first place votes, 40 second place votes)

<U>NBA Cares Community Assist Award</U>

1st) Kevin Durant

<U>Best Style</U>

1st) Russell Westbrook

<U>Hustle Award</U>

1st) Amir Johnson

<U>Handle of the Year</U>

Kyrie Irving

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<U>Assist of the Year</U>

LeBron James

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<U>Block of the Year</U>

Anthony Davis

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<U>Dunk of the Year</U>

Giannis Antetokounmpo

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<U>Clutch Shot and Play of the Year</U>

LeBron James

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Anatdoc

Pro 2
Re: NBA Awards Summary

Interesting that ROTY was not even close.. and coty was much closer than I thought.. Snyder winning would have been awesome .. I actually think he achieved the most being in the Western conference
 
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