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2012-13 TrueHoop Network awards

The TrueHoop Network votes each year on NBA awards, and without further ado, here are its choices:

Most Valuable Player

Player, points (first votes-second votes-third votes-fourth votes-fifth votes)

    1. LeBron James, 380 (38-0-0-0-0)

    2. Kevin Durant, 264 (0-37-1-0-0)

    2. Chris Paul, 166 (0-1-29-4-2)

    3. Carmelo Anthony, 60 (0-0-2-14-8)

    4. James Harden, 51 (0-0-5-8-2)

    5. Russell Westbrook, 17 (0-0-0-5-2)

    Others receiving votes: Marc Gasol, 17 (0-0-0-3-8); Tony Parker, 15 (0-0-1-2-4); Kobe Bryant, 7 (0-0-0-1-4); Tim Duncan, 6 (0-0-0-1-3); Stephen Curry, 3 (0-0-0-0-3); Chris Bosh, 1 (0-0-0-0-1); Brook Lopez, 1 (0-0-0-0-1)

    Defensive Player of the Year

    1. Marc Gasol, 138 (24-6-0)

    2. LeBron James, 48 (4-7-7)

    3. Andre Iguodala, 37 (4-4-5)

    Others receiving votes: Joakim Noah, 31 (0-8-7); Tim Duncan, 17 (1-3-3); Roy Hibbert, 9 (0-3-0); Tony Allen, 6 (0-0-6); Larry Sanders, 5 (0-1-2); Omer Asik, 3 (0-1-0); Avery Bradley, 2 (0-0-2); Tyson Chandler, 1 (0-0-1)

    Rookie of the Year

    1. Damian Lillard, 151 (26-7-0)

    2. Anthony Davis, 105 (7-22-4)

    3. Andre Drummond, 37 (0-4-25)

    Others receiving votes: Harrison Barnes, 2 (0-0-2); Dion Waiters, 1 (0-0-1); Bradley Beal, 1 (0-0-1)

    Sixth Man of the Year

    1. J.R. Smith, 117 (17-10-2)

    2. Kevin Martin, 75 (11-6-2)

    3. Jamal Crawford, 44 (1-9-12)

    Others receiving votes: Ryan Anderson, 13 (0-2-7); Vince Carter, 10 (1-1-2); Matt Barnes, 8 (1-1-0); Taj Gibson, 3 (0-1-0); Gordon Hayward, 3 (0-1-0); Jarrett Jack, 3 (0-0-3); Jeff Green, 2 (0-0-2); Amir Johnson, 1 (0-0-1)

    Most Improved Player

    1. Larry Sanders, 82 (13-4-5)

    2. Nikola Vucevic, 70 (9-7-4)

    3. Greivis Vasquez, 63 (6-9-6)

    Others receiving votes: Lance Stephenson, 28 (2-5-3); Paul George, 22 (0-4-10); Jrue Holiday, 14 (1-2-3)

    Coach of the Year

    1. Gregg Popovich, 79 (8-11-6)

    2. Erik Spoelstra, 78 (11-7-2)

    3. George Karl, 51 (7-4-4)

    Others receiving votes: Mark Jackson, 34 (4-3-5); Mike Woodson, 22 (1-4-5); Kevin McHale, 9 (1-1-1); Tom Thibodeau, 9 (0-1-6); Doc Rivers, 3 (0-1-0); Frank Vogel, 3 (0-0-3)

    Executive of the Year

    1. Darryl Morey, 123 (19-9-1)

    2. Masai Ujiri, 97 (9-16-4)

    3. Pat Riley, 23 (2-2-7)

    Others receiving votes: Rob Hennigan, 9 (0-0-9); Glen Grunwald, 7 (0-2-1); Danny Ferry, 5 (0-1-2); Mitch Kupchak, 4 (0-0-4); R.C. Buford, 2 (0-0-2)

    All-NBA

    First team

    Guard: Chris Paul, 103 (20-1-0)

    Guard: Russell Westbrook, 77 (8-12-1)

    Guard: Kobe Bryant, 77 (8-12-1)

    Forward: LeBron James, 105 (21-0-0)

    Forward: Kevin Durant, 105 (21-0-0)

    Center: Marc Gasol, 93 (15-6-0)

    Second team

    Guard: James Harden, 55 (3-11-7)

    Guard: Tony Parker, 44 (3-6-11)

    Forward: Carmelo Anthony, 61 (1-18-2)

    Forward: Blake Griffin, 42 (0-12-6)

    Center: Tim Duncan, 64 (5-12-3)

    Third team

    Guard: Dwyane Wade, 25 (0-4-13)

    Guard: Steph Curry, 8 (0-0-8)

    Forward: Paul George, 10 (0-1-7)

    Forward: Andre Iguodala, 6 (0-0-6)

    Center: Chris Bosh, 25 (0-6-7)

    Others receiving votes: Tyson Chandler, 8 (0-2-2); Dwight Howard, 7 (0-1-4); Joakim Noah, 7 (0-1-4); Brook Lopez, 7 (0-0-7); LaMarcus Aldridge, 5 (0-0-5); Al Horford, 3 (0-0-3); Kevin Garnett, 2 (0-0-2); Paul Pierce, 2 (0-0-2); Josh Smith, 2 (0-0-2); Rajon Rondo, 1 (0-0-1); David West, 1 (0-0-1)

    All-Defensive

    First team

    • Marc Gasol, 42 (21-0)
    • LeBron James, 42 (21-0)
    • Andre Iguodala, 38 (18-2)
    • Tony Allen, 33 (13-7)
    • Tim Duncan, 27 (11-5)

    Second team

    • Joakim Noah, 26 (9-8)
    • Avery Bradley, 24 (6-12)
    • Larry Sanders, 15 (2-11)
    • Roy Hibbert, 13 (3-7)
    • Kevin Garnett, 10 (0-10)

    Others receiving votes: Chris Paul, 8 (0-8); Serge Ibaka, 7 (0-7); Tyson Chandler, 6 (1-4); Luol Deng, 6 (0-6); Taj Gibson, 4 (0-4); Kawhi Leonard, 4 (0-4); Thabo Sefolosha, 4 (0-4); Omer Asik, 3 (0-3); Dwyane Wade, 1 (0-1); Dwight Howard, 1 (0-1); Josh Smith, 1 (0-1)

    All-Rookie

    First team

    • Damian Lillard, 40 (20-0)
    • Andre Drummond, 40 (20-0)
    • Anthony Davis, 40 (20-0)
    • Bradley Beal, 39 (19-1)
    • Harrison Barnes, 30 (10-10)

    Second team

    • Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, 26 (6-14)
    • Dion Waiters, 18 (1-16)
    • Jonas Valanciunas, 17 (4-9)
    • Andrew Nicholson, 13 (0-13)
    • Moe Harkless, 11 (0-11)

    Others receiving votes: Chris Copeland, 8 (0-8); Pablo Prigioni, 5 (0-5); Evan Fournier, 4 (0-4); Brian Roberts, 3 (0-3); Kyle Singler, 2 (0-2); Orlando Johnson, 1 (0-1); Jae Crowder, 1 (0-1); Festus Ezeli, 1 (0-1); Tyler Zeller, 1 (0-1)

    5 Comments

  1. Apr 19, 201312:13 pm
    by sebastian

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    Congrats to Dre Drummond: 3rd in voting for ROY, voted to All Rookie Team. Just think, how much more he would had been recognized, if he had been playing starters’ minutes from the tip or at least from the 1oth game of the season.
    Although, I do believe that Damian Lillard is the ROY, hands down.
    Come back better, next season, Dre!!!

  2. Apr 19, 20132:26 pm
    by tarsier

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    Wait, does all-defensive team now ignore positions just like all-rookie team? That would be unfortunate. It makes sense for rookies, there just aren’t that many making big contributions any given year. But you can always fill out a decent ballot of positional defensive players.

    • Apr 19, 20132:33 pm
      by G

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      Yeah, the first team is ok with 3 perimeter defenders and 2 interior defenders. 2nd team is ridiculous. Why not Paul, Bradley, Deng, Sanders and Noah? They should make it like the All Star game with the positions – 3 perimeter players and 2 interior.

      • Apr 19, 20132:59 pm
        by tarsier

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        Or even two guards, two forward, and a center. Which would allow a few more big men.

        • Apr 19, 20133:49 pm
          by G

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          Right, I was mainly going by how defenses work. LeBron, Tony Allen or Thabo all could guard a PG, SG or SF (and in LeBron’s case, probably PF and C also). You really need 3 perimeter defenders and 2 interior defenders. It’s more restrictive but also more representative of how actual defenses are set up.

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