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NBA Awards Show 2017: Results, Winners & Must-See Highlights

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The NBA Awards are tonight, and we got you covered with all the latest updates. Check in all night for the award winners and must-see moments from the award show. Some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment will be there for the ceremony. Drake will be hosting and the TNT crew will be adding commentary the whole night. The Mets aren’t playing tonight, so there is no excuse not to tune into the award show. The night is bound to be full of fun and fashion and you don’t want to miss it.

NBA Awards 2017 Viewing Details:

Date: Monday, June 26, 2017
Time: 9:00 P.M EST
TV Channel: TNT
Location: New York City

2017 NBA Awards Results:

Media Awards:

Most Valuable Player: Russell Westbrook

Rookie of the Year: Malcolm Brogdon, Milwaukee Bucks (commence the Embiid Twitter rant. Or not)

Sixth Man of the Year: Eric Gordon (sixth on the team, number 1 in your heart)

Coach of the Year: Mike D’Antoni

Most Improved Player: Giannis Antetetsitsfk….The Greek Freak

Defensive Player of the Year: Draymond Green

Fan Votes:

Block of the Year: Kawhi Leonard. But could Kawhi check Kawhi

Game Winner of the Year: Russell Westbrook

Best Playoff Moment: Kevin Durant

Assist of the Year: Steph Curry and Draymond Green from the Warriors. Again

Dunk of the Year: Victor Oladipo aka that guy that Russell Westbrook passes to occasionally

Performance of the year: Klay Thompson

Other Awards: 

Teammate of the Year: Dirk Nowitzki

All-Defensive Team:

F | Draymond Green, Golden State

C | Rudy Gobert, Utah

F | Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio

G | Chris Paul, LA Clippers

G | Patrick Beverley, Houston

All-Rookie Team:

Malcolm Brogdon | Milwaukee

Dario Saric | Philadelphia

Joel Embiid | Philadelphia

Buddy Hield | Sacramento

Willy Hernangomez | New York

Sportsmanship Award: Kemba Walker

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