MMPG: Sixth Man of the Year
Jason Terry, Dallas Mavericks
The Dallas Mavericks don't have any championships, but they have been on a pretty impressive run of sixth men this decade. From Antawn Jamison, to Jerry Stackhouse to now Jason Terry. Terry gets starters minutes, but he comes off the bench to provide a jet-propelled boost to his team. At 19.5 points per game, he has the highest scoring average of any sixth man since Milwaukee's Ricky Pierce in 1990. He had 32 games with at least 20 points and also outscored the opposing bench 26 times this season.
Others in consideration: Nate Robinson, New York Knicks; Travis Outlaw, Portland Trail Blazers; Flip Murray, Atlanta Hawks
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