Utah jazz player Jordan Clarkson won the sixth man title in the North American Basketball Championship (NBA).
The 28-year-old manager won the ballot, with 100 journalists and television professionals voting in favor. Among them, 65 people put Clarkson in the first place, winning 407 points. The strength of the regular-season winning team is reflected in the fact that the Jazz players also finished second. Joe Ingles scored 272 points (34th). Teammates entered the top two for the first time in history.
Clarkson is the first person to win the Jazz Award. He averaged 68 games in the regular season this year, scoring 68.4 points, 4 rebounds and 2.5 assists, except on the bench.