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Oddsmakers have it wrong. Celtics Malcolm Brogdon for 6th-Man-of-the-Year

 The oddsmakers have it wrong. Most show the Knicks Immanuel Quickley having the best shot at being named NBA 6th-Man-of-the-Year over the Celtics Malcolm Brogdon.

Quickly's rise over the last month has a lot to do with his scoring and the fact New York defeated Boston (per HardwoodHoudini's Eric Fritts):

 "Malcolm Brogdon was and still is among those with high odds but the favorite has shifted to New York Knick Immanuel Quickley, whose odds went from +175 before defeating Boston to -130 after, per MGM Sportsbook."

Here are the comparative stats for both over the regular season:


14.9 PPG-.484 FG-.444 3s-.870 FT-4.2 RPG-3.7 APG


12.2 PPG-.435 FG-.352 3s-.803 FT-3.7 RPG-2.9 APG

The Sixth-Man-of-the-Year award is determined (or should be) by a sub's contribution to a team's (hopefully) winning record over 82 games - not simply what occurs in the last month. Even looking at the numbers over the last 15 games, Brogdon gets the nod on almost every statistical category. 

The oddsmakers need to eat their numbers. Malcolm Brogdon has been a lifesaver for the Celtics since coming to Beantown. He has proved to be invaluable in the role that he so-graciously accepted.

I close my case!


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