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2017 NBA Awards Complete List Of Winners

The first-ever NBA Awards show was presented live on TNT

Jun 26, 2017 11:15 PM ET


Relive the best moments from the 2017 NBA Awards.

June 26 -- The first-ever NBA Awards aired live on TNT from Basketball City in New York featuring the traditional season-ending awards plus six new categories, all determined exclusively by fan voting.

Below is a complete list of winners:

Kia NBA Most Valuable Player | Voting Totals

Russell Westbrook won the 2017 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Award.

Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year | Voting Totals

Draymond Green's versatility helps win him the Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award.

    Kia Most Improved Player | Voting Totals

    Giannis Antetokounmpo's breakout season earns him the Kia Most Improved Player Award.

      Kia NBA Sixth Man Award | Voting Totals

      Eric Gordon takes home the 2016-17 Kia NBA Sixth Man Award.

        Kia NBA Rookie of the Year | Voting Totals

        Malcolm Brogdon wins the 2016-17 Kia NBA Rookie of the Year Award

          NBA Coach of the Year | Voting Totals

          Mike D'Antoni's high-octane offense powered him to the NBA Coach of the Year Award.

            NBA Basketball Executive of the Year | Voting Totals

            • [WINNER] Bob Myers, Golden State Warriors
            Signing Kevin Durant last offseason helped Bob Myers win the NBA Basketball Executive of the Year Award.

              NBA Sportsmanship Award | Voting Totals

              • [WINNER] Kemba Walker, Charlotte Hornets
              Kemba Walker earns the NBA Sportsmanship Award.

              NBA Cares Community Assist Award

              • [WINNER] Isaiah Thomas, Boston Celtics
              Isaiah Thomas earns the NBA Cares Community Assist Award

              Sager Strong Award

              • [WINNER] Monty Williams, San Antonio Spurs
              Monty Williams receives the first-ever Sager Strong Award.

              Lifetime Achievement Award

              Bill Russell expresses competitiveness and compassion while accepting the Lifetime Achievement Award.


              • [WINNER] Golden State's Kevin Durant hits pull-up 3-pointer late in Game 3 of The Finals
              • Boston's Isaiah Thomas scores career-high 53 points amidst personal tragedy
              • Washington's John Wall with game-winning shot in East semifinals
              Kevin Durant's clutch Game 3 wins Best Playoff Moment recognition.


              • [WINNER] Golden State’s Klay Thompson scores 60 in three quarters vs. Indiana
              • Phoenix’s Devin Booker 70-point game vs. Boston
              • Houston’s James Harden nets 53-16-17 triple double vs. New York
              • Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook with most points in a triple double, 57-13-11, vs. Orlando
              Klay Thompson's 60-point performance wins Performance of the Year honors.


              • [WINNER] Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook vs. Denver
              • Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving vs. Golden State
              • Phoenix’s Tyler Ulis vs. Boston
              Russell Westbrook's dramatic finish earns the Game-Winner of the Year Award.

              Hustle Award

              • [WINNER] Patrick Beverley, Houston Rockets
              Patrick Beverley's all-out play earns him the Hustle Award.


              • [WINNER] Oklahoma City’s Victor Oladipo vs. Atlanta
              • Los Angeles Lakers’ Larry Nance, Jr. vs. Brooklyn
              • Minnesota’s Zach LaVine vs. Phoenix
              Victor Oladipo's poster wins the Dunk of the Year award.


              • [WINNER] San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard vs. Houston
              • New York’s Kristaps Porzingis vs. Brooklyn
              • Miami’s Hassan Whiteside vs. Toronto
              Kawhi Leonard's denial of James Harden wins the Block of the Year award.


              • [WINNER] Golden State’s Draymond Green to StephenCurry to Kevin Durant
              • Denver’s Nikola Jokic with no-look pass
              • LA Clippers’ Chris Paul with wraparound pass
              Warriors excellence produced the Assist of the Year.

              Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award | Voting Totals

              • [WINNER] Dirk Nowitzki
              Dirk Nowitzki receives the Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award.


              • [WINNER] Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook
              • Cleveland’s Iman Shumpert
              • Chicago’s Dwyane Wade
              Russell Westbrook's choice of clothing won over the fans.


              NBA All-Rookie Team

              • Malcolm Brogdon, Milwaukee Bucks
              • Dario Saric, Philadelphia 76ers
              • Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers
              • Buddy Hield, Sacramento Kings
              • Willy Hernangomez, New York Knicks
              • Official release

              NBA All-Defensive Team

              • Draymond Green, Golden State Warriors
              • Rudy Gobert, Utah Jazz
              • Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio Spurs
              • Chris Paul, LA Clippers
              • Patrick Beverley, Houston Rockets
              • Official release

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