Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Jamal Crawford Wins Sixth Man of the Year Award

Alternately, Jamal Crawford wins Sixth Man of the Year by a huge margin:
Crawford received 580 of a possible 610 points, including 110 of a possible 122 first-place votes.
Ten ballots had Crawford in second. Two voters left Crawford off their ballots.

One voter gave Kevin Love a third-place vote. I assume that voter was making fun of Kurt Rambis.

The Hawks are considering giving a max contract to a 29-year-old guard* who scored points at a slightly lower rate and less efficiently this season than did Crawford.

*Said guard is a better passer, rebounder, and a less bad defender than Crawford

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