SH Staff Predictions: Sixth Man Award

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Sheridan Hoops staff predictions, continued.

In this installment, we make our predictions for the winner of the Sixth Man Award. At the bottom of the page, you can click over to our choices for Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Most Improved Player, and Executive of the Year.

We also made picks for East champ, West champ and NBA champion.

Your comments are welcome in the comments section.

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR

 MANU GINOBILI, SAN ANTONIO

 

Chris Sheridan, Editor-in-Chief

 MANU GINOBILI, SAN ANTONIO

 

 Mark Heisler, Senior Columnist

 RAY ALLEN, MIAMI

 

 Chris Bernucca, Managing Editor; Senior Columnist

 MANU GINOBILI, SAN ANTONIO

 

 Jan Hubbard, Senior Columnist

 WILSON CHANDLER, DENVER

 

 Moke Hamilton, Senior Columnist

 TAJ GIBSON, CHICAGO 

 

 Chris Perkins, Columnist

 J.R. SMITH, NEW YORK

 

 Adam Zagoria, Columnist

 JAMAL CRAWFORD, L.A. CLIPPERS

 

 Jim Park, Blogger

 MARSHON BROOKS, BROOKLYN

 

 Jeremy Bauman, Blogger

 JASON TERRY, BOSTON 

 

 Joe Kotoch, Draft Guru

 ANDRE MILLER, DENVER

 

 Brian Geltzeiler, Executive Producer, SheridanHoopsRadio

Most Valuable Player     |    Rookie of the Year   |   Coach of the Year   |     Defensive Player of the Year   |   Most Improved Player    |    Executive of the Year   |    East Champs  |   West Champs  |   NBA Champion

 

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  1. i am San Antonio Spurs Diehard Fan that i Am Saying this Player is the Most Well Deserving for the 6th Man Award Winner but He is the West Champ For the Last two years So this is the Man And this is My Boy From Argentina.that He Wants the Hardware For the Sixth Man Award And Give it Him His Name is Mr.Manu Ginobili the Hot One For 2013 Of this year

  2. Honestly should be awarded to a guy who is not in the top 5 minutes per game for his team. Like the coaches say, the important thing is not who starts but who finishes.

    But under the current rules, I’ll predict Jet Terry with Gibson runner-up. Ginobili and Allen seem to me to be too likely to miss games due to injury/age. This award always seems to go to high scorers off the bench which is why I say Terry ahead of Gibson.

  3. The Sixth Man Award is a stupid award. Harden averaged 31 1/2 minutes a game. How can any guy that gets starter’s minutes be considered a sixth man. It’s been inane for decades, this sixth man nonsense. They made a big deal about Havlicek, this when the guy was averaging 35 minutes a game. Retarded.

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