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NBA Award Winners Predictions

The end of the season is here and the Playoffs are upon us, the OTBn owner Chris Lebron drops his 23-24 NBA Award Winners!


Most Valuable Player: Luka Doncic Dallas Mavericks

33.9 PPG 9.2 RPG 9.8 APG 48.7 FG% 38.3 3p%

What a season from Luka! He captured his 1st NBA scoring title and helped lead the Mavs to a 50-win season. He averaged nearly a triple-double this season while leading the league in 40-point games and dropping the most points in a game with 73. Need i say more? MVP




Defensive Player of the Year: Rudy Gobert Minnesota Timberwolves

9.2 DRPG 0.7 SPG 2.1 BPG

Rudy once again showed why he's the best defensive big of this era. He led the league in defensive w/s (.164 ) while leading the Wolves to the #1 defense in the league. When you get Twons to play defense you know you're doing something right.



6th Man of the Year: Naz Reid Minnesota Timberwolves

13.5 PPG 5.2 RPG 47 FG% 41 3P%



Naz Reid is definitely a starter in the league which showed well when KAT went down this year but he made a huge statement this year coming off the bench. He averaged 13.5 PPG while shooting a blistering 41% from 3.


Rookie of the Year: Victor Wembanyama San Antonio Spurs

21.4 PPg 10.6 RPG 3.6 BPG 1.2 SPg 46 FG%



Arguably one of the best rookie seasons we have ever seen. If it wasn't for the Spur's miserable season I would have Wemby as ROY and DPOY he was that special this year and showed why he might be the next face of the NBA. Only rookie ever to post 21 PPG 10 RPG 3 APG and 3 SPG.


Most Improved: Jalen Williams OKC Thunder

19.1 PPG 4.5 APG 4.0 RPG 54 FG% 42 3P% 81 FT%



The runner-up for ROY last year capped off his sophomore season with a tremendous year for the #1-seededefficiency OKC Thunder. Numbers went up throughout the board and his efficiency was exceptional this season. He improved as an offensive creator and his evolution as an offensive player played a big role in OKC's emergence this season.


Clutch Player of the Year: Steph Curry Golden State Warriors

26.4 PPg 5.1 APG 45% FG 93 FT%



Steph was money in the 4th even if his team let him down. He was 5th in 4th quarter points and #1 in clutch time points scored with 189. He also only missed 2 Fts in clutch time (41 attempts). He shot an absurd 45.7 & from in clutch spots and was the reason the Warriors were even in a position to be a play-in team.


Coach of the Year: Mark Daigneault OKC Thunder



The 4th year HC finally was able to put it all together with this young squad to the tune of 57 wins and the top seed in the loaded western conference. He helped coach a potential MVP, ROY, and MIP that's pretty impressive for such a young team.


ALL-NBA 1st Team

Luka Doncic Dallas Mavericks

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander OKC Thunder

Nikola Jokic Denver Nuggets

Giannis Antetokounmpo Milwaukee Bucks

Jalen Brunson New York Knicks


All-NBA 2nd Team

Jayson Tatum Boston Celtics

Kevin Durant Phoenix Suns

Anthony Davis LA Lakers

LeBron James LA Lakers

Anthony Edwards Minnesota Timberwolves


All-NBA 3rd Team

Domantas Sabonis Sacremento Kings

Kawhi Leonard LA Clippers

Steph Curry Golden State Warriors

Devin Booker Phoenix Suns

Jaylen Brown Boston Celtics


All-Defense 1st Team

Victor Wembanyama San Antonio Spurs

Rudy Gobert Minnesota Timberwolves

Herb Jones New Orleans Pelicans

Alex Caruso Chicago Bulls

Anthony Davis LA Lakers


All-Defense 2nd Team

Jalen Suggs Orlando Magic

Chet Holmgren OKC Thunder

Jaden McDaniels Minnesota Timberwolves

Bam Adebayo Miami Heat

Derrick White Boston Celtics


All-Rookie Team

Chet Holmgren OKC Thunder

Victor Wembanyama San Antonio Spurs

Jaime Jaquez Jr Miami Heat

Brandon Miller Charlotte Hornets

Brandin Podziemski Golden State Warriors





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