Successful ‘Bench Life’… Brogdon, NBA Sixth Man of the Year
The first season of guard Malcolm Brogdon토토사이트 (31, Boston Celtics) was successful.
Brogdon won the Sixth Man of the Year award in the 2022-2023 season of the American Professional Basketball Association (NBA) on the 21st (Korean time). Competing with Emmanuel Quikley (New York Knicks) and Bobby Portis (Chicago Cubs), Brogdon became the third Boston player to win the Sixth Man Award, following Kevin McHale (1983-1984, 1984-1985) and Bill Walton (1985-1986). It’s gone. Brogdon is also the 2016-2017 League Rookie of the Year.
Brogdon, who played for the Indiana Pacers, joined Boston in a trade in July of last year. At the time, Boston rewarded five players, including Daniel Theis, with first-round picks in 2023. Brogdon, who mainly played for the Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana, played as a sixth man after moving to Boston. He had ‘0’ number of starts in the 67 games he played this season.
However, he showed an Altoran-like appearance from the bench. His regular season averages were 14.9 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists. His 3-point shooting success rate was 44.4%, a personal career high.
Meanwhile, the Defender of the Year Award went to Jaren Jackson Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies), the Clutch of the Year Award to De’Aaron Fox, and the Manager of the Year Award to Mike Brown (above the Sacramento Kings).