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NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award Winners


Posted Jun 21, 2014 12:51 AM

Year-by-year list of the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award winners:

YEAR PLAYER TEAM
2013-14 Jamal Crawford Los Angeles Clippers
2012-13 J.R. Smith New York Knicks
2011-12 James Harden Oklahoma City Thunder
2010-11 Lamar Odom Los Angeles Lakers
2009-10 Jamal Crawford Atlanta Hawks
2008-09 Jason Terry Dallas Mavericks
2007-08 Manu Ginobili San Antonio Spurs
2006-07 Leandro Barbosa Phoenix Suns
2005-06 Mike Miller Memphis Grizzlies
2004-05 Ben Gordon Chicago Bulls
2003-04 Antwan Jamison Dallas Mavericks
2002-03 Bobby Jackson Sacramento Kings
2001-02 Corliss Williamson Detroit Pistons
2000-01 Aaron McKie Philadelphia 76ers
1999-00 Rodney Rogers Phoenix Suns
1998-99 Darrell Armstrong Orlando Magic
1997-98 Danny Manning Phoenix Suns
1996-97 John Starks New York Knicks
1995-96 Toni Kukoc Chicago Bulls
1994-95 Anthony Mason New York Knicks
1993-94 Dell Curry Charlotte Hornets
1992-93 Clifford Robinson Portland Trail Blazers
1991-92 Detlef Schrempf Indiana Pacers
1990-91 Detlef Schrempf Indiana Pacers
1989-90 Ricky Pierce Milwaukee Bucks
1988-89 Eddie Johnson Phoenix Suns
1987-88 Roy Tarpley Dallas Mavericks
1986-87 Ricky Pierce Milwaukee Bucks
1985-86 Bill Walton Boston Celtics
1984-85 Kevin McHale Boston Celtics
1983-84 Kevin McHale Boston Celtics
1982-83 Bobby Jones Philadelphia 76ers

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