NBA Season Awards – Arbitrary Hair-Splitting and Irrelevant Opinions Included!

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Jan 8, 2013; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders (8) during the game against the Phoenix Suns at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks won 108-99. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

With the overlong NBA regular season meandering its way through the final few weeks, not much remains to be decided outside of some arbitrary seeding and a three-team race in the West for the honor of getting swept in the first round. Now is the time to reflect on the season that was by distributing vaguely defined awards and, in most cases, splitting the most minuscule of hairs in determining who deserves what.

The following slides are devoted to attempting to define the indefinable, to split the subjective hairs that must be separated, to reward the players with the awards that lend them both prestige and very often contract bonuses.

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Topics: Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Bobcats, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, Coach Of The Year, Defensive Player Of The Year, Denver Nuggets, Detroit Pistons, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, Most Improved Player, MVP, NBA, New Orleans Hornets, New York Knicks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Philadelphia 76ers, Portland Trail Blazers, Rookie Of The Year, San Antonio Spurs, Sixth Man Of The Year

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  • http://www.facebook.com/connormichaelcook Connor Cook

    If picking JR Smith for sixth man (and favorite player) is wrong then I don’t want to be right