Boston Celtics guard Malcolm Brogdon was named Sixth Man of the Year for the 2022-23 season.

The NBA Secretariat released the results of the Sixth Man of the Year voting on the 21st (Korean time). As a result, Brockdon was selected as the winner.

Out of 100 voters consisting of reporters and broadcasters, Brocdon 스포츠토토 received 1st place from 60 votes, 2nd place from 35 votes, and 3rd place from 3 votes, ranking first with a total score of 408 points.

Brogdon became the third Celtics player to win the award, following Kevin McHale (1984, 1985) and Bill Walton (1986).

Transferred to Boston from the Indiana Pacers in July last year, he played all 67 games as a bench member, averaging 26 minutes, recording 14.9 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists.

He was the only player who played off the bench this season to rank in the top three in points (1st), rebounds (3rd), and assists (2nd).

His 3-point shooting percentage was a career high of 44.4%. This is tied with Ray Allen (2010–11) for third among Celtics players since 1979.

He also became the fourth player in history to score 1,000 or more points off the bench, following Celtics’ Ricky Davis (2004-05, 1121 points) McHale (1989-99 1109 points, 1990-91 1031 points).

He will receive the John Havlisek Trophy, given to Sixth Man of the Year.

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