With the 2004-05 season coming to a close, NBA.com wants to know who you think should win each of the six major regular-season awards. Take a look at each of the top candidates below, then cast a vote for the most deserving.

Thank you for voting. The polls are now closed. Please come back Tuesday, April 26 at 2 p.m. ET for full results.

Earl Boykins, Denver Nuggets
In addition to averaging 12.4 points and 4.4 assists a night, Boykins is in the top 50 in the league in points per 48 minutes (22.8).

Antonio Daniels, Seattle SuperSonics
Ranks No. 2 in the NBA in assists per turnover (4.0) while posting 11.3 points and 4.1 assists per game.

Ricky Davis, Boston Celtics
Leads all subs in scoring (16.1) and owns the second highest point total off the bench this season (36 on 14-of-17 shooting at Atlanta April 1).

Ben Gordon, Chicago Bulls
On a per 48-minute basis, Gordon ranks 11th in the NBA in points (29.6), seventh in three-pointers (3.2) and 15th in field goals (10.4).

Marc Jackson, Philadelphia 76ers
Jackson (12.2 ppg, 5.1 rpg) is second on the Sixers only to probable league scoring champ Allen Iverson in points per 48 minutes (23.6) and 17th in the NBA in free throws per 48 minutes (7.0).

Donyell Marshall, Toronto Raptors
Marshall (11.5 ppg, 6.6 rpg) owns the highest point total in the NBA off the bench this season with 38 versus Philadelphia March 13, tying a single-game league record with 12 three-pointers.

Wally Szczerbiak, Minnesota Timberwolves
Szczerbiak (15.5 ppg, 3.7 rpg) is one of the few players in the league whose averages are actually greater as a sub than starter.

Jerry Stackhouse, Dallas Mavericks
Few believed a guy who started 523-of-608 career games coming into this season could embrace a bench role with his new team but Stackhouse (15.0 ppg) has done just that.

Hedo Turkoglu, Orlando Magic
His 14.0 scoring average is a career-high by a wide margin for the Turkish sharpshooter, and hes doing it in only 26.2 mpg.

Bonzi Wells, Memphis Grizzlies
The leading point-producer (10.6) on a bench that has outscored the opposition's subs 71 percent of Memphis' games this season.

All statistics are through April 15