Home Sports Basketball NBA full-season awards, part 2: Re-voting on rookies, the most improved and... SportsBasketball NBA full-season awards, part 2: Re-voting on rookies, the most improved and more October 30, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp In our first edition of The Athletic’s full-season awards, we saw our nine voters recast their ballots to hand Lebron James the MVP instead of Giannis Antetokounmpo, witnessed Jimmy Butler replace Pascal Siakam on second team All-NBA, and watched Antetokounmpo hold off a surge from Anthony Davis to retain the Defensive Player of the Year award. Now we tackle the rest of the awards, from most improved all the way down to the all-rookie teams. The panel consists of Will Guillory, Zach Harper, Kelly Iko, Fred Katz, Chris Kirschner, Nick Kosmider, Jason Quick, Josh Robbins and yours truly. The takes are still spicy and the methodology still ranges from drastic overhauls to literally untouched new ballots. Most Improved Player Original winner: Brandon IngramFull-season winner: Bam Adebayo We begin with another two-man race that was swung in the postseason. Ingram initially had all but one first-place vote before the bubble, with Adebayo sitting… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR College Basketball Is Starting. Some Coaches Are Openly Asking Why. Stephen Curry crushed by Klay Thompson injury, talks 2020-21 NBA season outlook With Bogdan Bogdanovic signed, the Hawks’ playoffs goal is well within reach Jazz will welcome 'limited number of fans' to home games Brandon Ingram’s max contract proves he’s as much the Pelicans’ future as Zion Jazz to allow limited number of fans at home games Brandon Ingram agrees to five-year, $158 million max extension with Pelicans Heat to sign Bam Adebayo to five-year, $163 million extension Hollinger’s NBA free agency awards: The best, worst and weirdest of a wild weekend Three-time All-Star Marc Gasol signs two-year, $5.3 million deal with Lakers Bogdan Bogdanovic feels 'de-prioritized' by Kings? ‘It’s OK guys, you can hire a woman’: Who will be the next Kim Ng in pro sports? LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.