As the NBA season comes to an end, the focus shifts to awards season. The NBA has recently announced the finalists for this year’s Player 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 pool to finalists.

The finalists for this season’s Player of the Year include Mikal Bridges, Jalen Brunson, Al Horford, TJ McConnell and more. These players have been recognized for their selfless play, leadership on and off the court, and commitment to being a mentor and role model to other NBA players.

In addition, the finalists for the Sportsmanship Award were announced, with players such as Tirese McKay, 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 field.

Interestingly, Harrison Barnes of the Sacramento Kings is the only player nominated for both awards this year. Reigning champions Jrue Holiday and Mike Conley were not nominated this time around but still managed to make it onto one of these prestigious lists. Despite their absence from contention this year, they still represent some of

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