Chauncey Billups, Shane Battier, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Dirk Nowitzki and Jamal Crawford have won the Twyman–Stokes Teammate of the Year Award.
Who’ll claim it next?
Each of these players is a good teammate in his own way.
Steven Adams does all the dirty work to make the Thunder – especially Russell Westbrook – operate smoothly.
Mike Conley has remained steady amid a losing season full of trade rumors.
Jared Dudley is smart, always willing to share his opinion and happy to help younger teammates.
Channing Frye fosters better communication and relationships within the locker room.
Rudy Gay showed great determination recovering from a torn Achilles.
Udonis Haslem oozes veteran wisdom.
Andre Iguodala is highly intelligent, on and off the court, and tries to use his knowledge to help his teammates.
Kyle Korver continued to do his job after what could have been an ugly end with the Cavaliers, and he remains steadfast with the Jazz.
Khris Middleton set a tone for the four Bucks starters who entered this season on expiring contracts to remain focused and unselfish.
J.J. Redick is the 76ers’ veteran voice.
Garrett Temple is a bit of a surprising inclusion considering he got into a fight with Grizzlies teammate Omri Casspi earlier this season. But Temple, who was since traded to the Clippers, is renowned for his professionalism.
Thaddeus Young keeps becoming an even more complete player for his team. With Victor Oladipo sidelined, more of a leadership role has fallen on Young.