Ja Morant Was Named NBA’s Most Improved Player, Second Individual Award

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22-year-old Ja Morant has earned his second NBA individual award in three seasons in the league. The man was named NBA’s most improved player. The point guard was recognized as the best newcomer in his debut draw.

Ja became the first Grizzlies player to win a MIP award, and also the first in NBA history to be named the most improved and best rookie. The point guard received 221 points, in the voting of journalists he received 38 first places. The athlete first became the participant of the NBA All-Star Game this season with Kevin Durant. The important moment, he was in the starting five of the team.

To remind you, the Most Advanced Player award has been presented since the 1985/86 season. It goes to the basketball player who has made the most progress during the regular season. Sports journalists from the United States and Canada chose the winner. The sportsman has played 57 games this season and made 27.4 points, 6.7 assists and 5.7 rebounds.

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