NBA Unveils Finalists for Teammate of the Year and Sportsmanship Award

With the NBA season coming to a close, attention is shifting to awards season. The NBA recently unveiled the finalists for the Teammate of the Year Award and Sportsmanship Award. These awards are voted on by current players, with teams submitting their nominees and a panel narrowing down the group to the finalists.

The Teammate of the Year finalists for this season include players such as Mikal Bridges, Jalen Brunson, Al Horford, T.J. McConnell and more. These players are recognized for their selfless play, leadership on and off the court, and their commitment to being a mentor and role model to other NBA players.

Meanwhile, the Sportsmanship Award finalists were also announced, with players like Tyrese Maxey, Jarrett Allen, Kevin Love, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Harrison Barnes and Tre Jones making the list. This award recognizes the player who best represents the ideals of sportsmanship on the court.

What sets this year’s awards apart is that Harrison Barnes of the Sacramento Kings is the only player nominated for both awards. Reigning champions Jrue Holiday and Mike Conley were not nominated this time around but still made it onto several lists as nominees for other awards such as Defensive Player of the Year or Most Improved Player of

By Aiden Johnson

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