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Everything you need to know about the NBA Awards for 2019



Janice Anetkoumpu conquered his first MVP, Luka Doncić was named top rookie and Lou Williams won the third prize for the sixth man. Who else took home hardware?

Note: Six of the awards were voted by the media: MVP, coach of the year, rookie of the year, defender of the year, prize for the sixth person and the most improved player. Other awards include the Executive Director of the Year (voted by the League Leaders), Twyman-Stokes teammate, NBA Sportsmanship Award, NBA Cares Community Assist Award (voted by fans and judges) , the Lifetime Award, the NBA Prize and the Sager Strong Award.

More: All-NBA | All Rook All Defense | Prize Winner


Most Valuable Player: Yanis Anetkouunppo, Bucks

Statistics and Information: Janis Anetkoumppo is Nobel Prize Winner for MVP, Buick's second player, joining Karim Abdul-Jabbar he won it three times. Antetokounmpo is the third youngest player to win MVP in the last 40 seasons, just following Derrick Rose and LeBron James, and binds Steve Nash for the lowest-developed MVP in the lottery era (15th overall).

Paul Gordon, Oklahoma City Thunder James Harden, Houston Rockets


Defensive player of the year: Rudy Gobert, Jazz

Statistics and Information: After winning the award in 2017-18, Rudy Gobert was the first player to win the Defender of the Year in consecutive seasons by Kawhi Leonard in 2014-15 and 2015-16. Previously, Dwight Howard was in three consecutive seasons from 2008 to 2011.

Other finalists:
Janice Antetoquanppo, Milwaukee Bucks
Paul George, Oklahoma City Thunder


Coach of the Year: Mike Buddenholzer, Bucks

: In the 2018-19 season, Mike Budenholtzer became the seventh NBA head coach to win at least 60 franchises in a season with a number of franchises, joining Pat Riley (three times), Phil Jackson, Jones JC, Mike Don Antoni, Don Nelson and Rick Adelman.

Other Finalists:
Michael Malone, Denver Nuggets
Doc Rivers, Los Angeles Clippers


Sixth Man of the Year: Lu Williams, Clippers

Lu Williams is the second player to win the Sixth Man of the Year three times, joining Jamal Crawford. Williams joined Kevin McHale and Detlef Schrempf as the only players to win the prize in consecutive seasons

Other finalists:
Montrezl Harrell, LA Clippers
Domantas Sabonis, Indiana Many of them, right? 😂 @ TeamLou23 accepts trophy 2018-19 #KiaSixth in #NBAAwards !

The NBA of TNT (@ NBAonTNT) June 25, 2019


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