Mike Conley has become the first Grizzlies player to win the Joe Dumars Trophy, presented to the 2013-14 NBA Sportsmanship Award winner.
Conley (Southwest) was one of six divisional winners, which included Boston's Jeff Green (Atlantic), Chicago's Mike Dunleavy (Central), Phoenix's Channing Frye (Pacific), Portland's Damian Lillard (Northwest) and Washington's Bradley Beal (Southeast).
Conley received 77 first-place votes (of a possible 334) and 2,335 total points overall. The NBA will make a $10,000 donation on behalf of Conley to his charity of choice, the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, specifically for research pertaining to sickle cell anemia.
For the 10th consecutive year, NBA players voted on this award, with 11 points given for each first-place vote, nine points for each second-place vote, seven points for third, five points for fourth, three points for fifth and one point for each sixth-place vote received. Each team nominated one of its playe...