The NBA officially announced that Jamal Crawford has won the NBA’s 6th Man of the Year award, his second of his career. He received 57 first place votes (421 total points).
Crawford, 34, averaged 18.6 points for the Los Angeles Clippers this season in 69 games (24 starts). He also became the fourth player to win the award twice and the first in NBA history to win it with multiple teams. As a member of the Atlanta Hawks, Crawford won the award during the 2009-2010 season.
Dallas Mavericks’ reserve Vince Carter finished 6th in voting. The 37-year-old received one first place vote and totaled 12 points. In his third season with the Mavericks, Carter averaged 11.9 points and led all reserves in 3 pointers made (146).