The NBA released the voting results for Most Improved Player voting and Jaylen Brown received votes.
Brown finished tied for 6th for the award tied with Chris Boucher of the Raptors. Brown’s averages in points, assists, steals and blocks were all up this season. His points per game jumped from 20.3 to 24.7 and he was named an All-Star for the first time in his career. Julius Randle of the Knicks won the award. Jerami Grant, Michael Porter Jr., Christian Wood and Zach LaVine also finished ahead of Brown. No other Celtics players received votes. Here are the full voting results:
Brown received three third place votes last season and finished tied for 11th for Most Improved. Jayson Tatum finished 4th behind Brandon Ingram, Bam Adebayo and Luka Doncic.
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