OK Citizens, vote in the comments along with other SBNation readers for the NBA's Most Improved Player.
This is not supposed to be about a return from injury. So you can vote for Amare Stoudemire if you think he was significantly improved - but not simply because he didn't play last season.
It often amounts to voting for a guy who got some playing time after sitting on the bench, but there are a couple of real good choices this year. In Sacramento, Kevin Martin went from part time starter to 20-point-a-game scorer. In Utah, Deron Williams went from draft mistake to the second coming of John Stockton. And up in Oakland, almost everyone of their roster improved, but notably Monta Ellis, Andris Biedrins and Matt Barnes.
Results for the Most Improved Player vote will be posted on Indy Cornrows next Wednesday. You have until next Monday at midnight to vote.
And don't forget to take part in all of the SBNation Award voting:
The other kids are going to make fun of me if I don't get some voter turn out, so please, do your part to make me look good.