Boston goalkeeper Marcus Smart won the “Mr. Castle” award. This is the first such trophy. The only point guard to receive this award was Gary Peeton in the 1995/96 season.
Smart scored 257 points (and 37 first place) out of 100 journalists. Phoenix Michael Bridges leads the way with 202.22 points, while Utah midfielder Rudy Gobert is third with 136 points and 12th. In fourth place is Miami Center Bam Adebayo (128 points, 13th place) and fifth place Memphis striker Jaren Jackson (99 points, 10th place).
Smart is seventh in the league in tackles (game 1.7), tenth in defensive touch and charges, and fifth in defensive efficiency (105.2). His efforts helped Boston become the top defensive team of the season (with 106.100 assets).
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