For the second consecutive season, Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell are finalists for the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year Award.
Williams took home the award last year, his third of his career, and the second consecutive year he’s won with LA. He is currently tied with former Clipper Jamal Crawford, who has also won three awards. If Williams were to win his fourth, it would be the most in NBA history.
Williams is having yet another incredible season. He’s averaging 18 points, and his 5.7 assists are the most of his career.
After an incredible season from Harrell in 2018-2019, he’s been even better this season. He’s averaging career-highs across the board, including 18.6 points and 7.1 rebounds a game.
Williams is on record saying he believes the award should be shared between him and his teammate, and he’s not wrong. They’ve both been so good in their respected roles, how could you possibly decide?
Lou Williams on Sixth Man of the Year award - "Trez and I we made history the last few years. We're on the number 2 team in the West, we've sacrificed, and still been able to be successful. I feel like we both deserve it. I would love to share it with him."— Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) July 22, 2020
Who would you give the award to?
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