‘Tis the season where NBA awards voters make ridiculous decisions, causing the bloggeratti to suffer strokes while screaming for transparency in the voting process. This happens every year, without fail, in at least some, and very often all awards.
I don’t get AS worked up about it as some people, but I get it. These guys work their asses off all year-long, and they deserve the proper recognition of their efforts. Today, J.R. Smith won the 6th Man of the Year award. He certainly deserved it, as did Jamal Crawford (remember that name) who came in second.
But what’s got Twitter all aflutter is the fact that JORDAN Crawford got himself a single first-place vote.
That means one voter felt one of two things:
(A) there was no single player that came off the bench this NBA season that had more of an impact on his team(s) than Jordan Crawford.. OR
(B) there was no single player that came off the bench this NBA season that had more of an impact on his team than Jamal Crawford...