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April 27, 2011
Internet Basketball Awards
2010-11 Results

by Kevin Pelton

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Welcome to the second annual Internet Basketball Awards (IBBA). During his recent appearance on the B.S. Report podcast, Jonah Keri discussed with host Bill Simmons how much better informed fans are now than ever before. With a wealth of statistics available to us, NBA League Pass bringing every game to our living room and a thriving blogosphere to help break down stories from every angle, there's never been a better time to be a thinking fan.

Given all that knowledge out there, it only makes sense to apply it in the outlets once exclusive to the media. That's the premise behind the Internet Baseball Awards, which have run for many years on Baseball Prospectus, and last year Basketball Prospectus decided to bring it to the NBA with the inaugural Internet Basketball Awards.

Over a week's time, fans voted on Basketball Prospectus for all seven major awards (including Executive of the Year, which is chosen by GMs and not the media) and the All-NBA, All-Defensive and All-Rookie Teams. Thanks to the promotion by several friends on Twitter and elsewhere, we received 826 ballots, nearly doubling last year's total. Thanks to all of you who voted. This year was especially interesting because of the uncertainty about the biggest award of all, where I figured we might disagree with the presumptive choice. Was that the case? Let's see.

To the results ...

2010-11 IBBA Most Valuable Player: Derrick Rose, Chicago

Rk  Player                              1     2     3     4     5     Pts
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 1. Derrick Rose, Chicago              318   140   139    72    38   4479
 2. Dwight Howard, Orlando             238   233   119    55    40   4052
 3. LeBron James, Miami                161   208   145    74    35   3268
 4. Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas               20    50    94   144   116   1136
 5. Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers            17    26    48    68    83    663
 6. Chris Paul, New Orleans             10    27    59    81    81    655
 6. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City         11    31    53    79    73    655
 8. Dwyane Wade, Miami                   6    21    49    76   101    565
 9. LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland          7     7    11    25    39    227
10. Manu Ginobili, San Antonio           5     9     7    16    30    178
11. Amar'e Stoudemire, New York          1     8    12    12    24    134
12. Kevin Love, Minnesota                4     2     9    18    19    132
13. Pau Gasol, L.A. Lakers               1     7     9    11    15    109
14. Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City     0     6     8    14    12     94
15. Paul Pierce, Boston                  2     7     4     4    13     88
16. Steve Nash, Phoenix                  3     2     4     7    19     85
17. Zach Randolph, Memphis               0     6     5    10    16     81
18. Tim Duncan, San Antonio              1     3     8     6     6     67
19. Carmelo Anthony, New York            1     0     3     2     3     26
20. Kevin Garnett, Boston                2     0     0     0     3     23
21. Samuel Dalembert, Sacramento         1     0     0     0     0     10
21. Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers         1     0     0     0     0     10
21. Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee          1     0     0     0     0     10
21. Kevin Martin, Houston                1     0     0     0     0     10
25. Tony Parker, San Antonio             0     1     0     0     0      5
26. Rajon Rondo, Boston                  0     0     0     1     0      2
27. Monta Ellis, Golden State            0     0     0     0     1      1
27. Renaldo Balkman, New York            0     0     0     0     1      1
27. Kyrylo Fesenko, Utah                 0     0     0     0     1      1
27. Gilbert Arenas, Orlando              0     0     0     0     1      1

Voting on a 10-7-5-3-1 basis

Despite the popularity of Dwight Howard's candidacy among statistical analysts--and Rose's unpopularity, a cynic might note--Rose still ended up taking a close vote. More people had Howard in their first two spots than Rose, but the former's 80-vote advantage in first-place selections proved too much to overcome. There were some interesting results a little lower down the ballot. I did not expect Chris Paul to finish so far out of the running, especially since much of the voting took place after Paul's thrilling Game One against the Los Angeles Lakers. Where's the CP3 love?

2010-11 IBBA Rookie of the Year: Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers

Rk  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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 1. Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers       753    14     7   3814
 2. John Wall, Washington               16   423   147   1496
 3. Landry Fields, New York              5   136   184    617
 4. Greg Monroe, Detroit                 1    85   167    427
 5. DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento         0    51   139    292
 6. Gary Neal, San Antonio               3    18    51    120
 7. Ed Davis, Toronto                    2     5    18     43
 8. Patrick Patterson, Houston           4     2     7     33
 9. Paul George, Indiana                 2     3    11     30
10. Avery Bradley, Boston                1     0     0      5
10. Evan Turner, Philadelphia            1     0     0      5
12. Omer Asik, Chicago                   0     0     4      4
13. Eric Bledsoe, L.A. Clippers          0     1     0      3
14. Jordan Crawford, Washington          0     0     1      1
14. Andy Rautins, New York               0     0     1      1
14. Ekpe Udoh, Golden State              0     0     1      1

Voting on a 5-3-1 basis

Easily the biggest fait accompli of these awards, as Griffin earned a remarkable 95.6 percent of all first-place votes and appeared on all but two ballots. We're not sure if those two voters were confused or making a point. What surprises me here is that my second-place selection, Detroit's Greg Monroe, finished out of the medals. John Wall has more long-term potential, surely, but it's difficult to argue that he was a better player than Monroe this season.

2010-11 IBBA Defensive Player of the Year: Dwight Howard, Orlando

Rk  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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 1. Dwight Howard, Orlando             631    67    19   3375
 2. Kevin Garnett, Boston               34   175   115    810
 3. Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia        28    99    94    531
 4. Tony Allen, Memphis                 18    91   131    494
 5. Tyson Chandler, Dallas              10    58    68    292
 6. Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee              8    61    57    280
 7. Luol Deng, Chicago                  19    36    56    259
 8. LeBron James, Miami                  3    56    56    239
 9. Serge Ibaka, Oklahoma City           9    42    50    221
10. Josh Smith, Atlanta                  5    16    33    106
11. Andrew Bynum, L.A. Lakers            5    17    13     89
12. Kyle Lowry, Houston                  6     6    18     66
13. Tim Duncan, San Antonio              3    10    19     64
14. Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers             3    13     8     62
15. Grant Hill, Phoenix                  1     2     2     13
16. Chuck Hayes, Houston                 1     1     0      8
16. Gerald Wallace, Portland             1     1     0      8
18. Samuel Dalembert, Sacramento         1     0     0      5
18. Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers         1     0     0      5
18. Ronnie Brewer, Chicago               1     0     0      5
18. Kyrylo Fesenko, Utah                 1     0     0      5
18. Dwyane Wade, Miami                   0     1     2      5
18. Ron Artest, L.A. Lakers              0     1     2      5
24. Rajon Rondo, Boston                  0     1     0      3
24. Renaldo Balkman, New York            0     1     0      3
24. Monta Ellis, Golden State            0     1     0      3
27. Joakim Noah, Chicago                 0     0     1      1

Voting on a 5-3-1 basis

The lone repeat winner of an award this year is Howard, the only Defensive Player of the Year the IBBAs have ever known. His sweep was nearly as dominant as Griffin's; nobody else was even mentioned on as many ballots as Howard got first-place votes. I'm surprised that Andrew Bogut, my second-place pick, finished a relatively distant sixth. As with the media vote, fans tend to be more enamored of the defensive value of perimeter players than the numbers.

2010-11 IBBA Sixth Man Award: Lamar Odom, L.A. Lakers

Rk  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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 1. Lamar Odom, L.A. Lakers            578    81    43   3176
 2. Jason Terry, Dallas                 52   239   127   1104
 3. James Harden, Oklahoma City         46   133   129    758
 4. Thaddeus Young, Philadelphia        33   117   121    637
 5. Jamal Crawford, Atlanta             24    42    93    339
 6. J.R. Smith, Denver                  18    46    67    295
 7. Ryan Anderson, Orlando              12    30    57    207
 8. Louis Williams, Philadelphia        12    30    45    195
 9. Jared Dudley, Phoenix                3    12    43     94
10. Glen Davis, Boston                   3     3     1     25
11. Marcin Gortat, Phoenix               2     1     1     14
12. Taj Gibson, Chicago                  0     2     0      6
13. Juwan Howard, Miami                  1     0     0      5
13. Courtney Lee, Houston                1     0     0      5
13. Gary Neal, San Antonio               1     0     0      5
16. George Hill, San Antonio             0     1     1      4
16. Ty Lawson, Denver                    0     1     1      4
18. Renaldo Balkman, New York            0     0     1      1
18. Al-Farouq Aminu, L.A. Clippers       0     0     1      1

Voting on a 5-3-1 basis

This voting generally mirrored that of the media, with the notable exception of James Harden. Harden was third here and got plenty of first-place votes, but finished just seventh in the real voting. I'm going to have to score this one for the fans, as Harden was statistically one of the league's most productive reserves.

2010-11 IBBA Most Improved Player: Derrick Rose, Chicago

Rk  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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 1. Derrick Rose, Chicago              267    89    59   1661
 2. LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland        172   129   116   1363
 3. Dorell Wright, Golden State         62    61    54    547
 4. Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City    36    97    75    546
 5. Kris Humphries, New Jersey          36    53    60    399
 6. Tony Allen, Memphis                 30    61    61    394
 7. Kyle Lowry, Houston                 39    48    54    393
 8. Kevin Love, Minnesota               43    21    16    294
 9. Eric Gordon, L.A. Clippers          22    42    57    293
10. Serge Ibaka, Oklahoma City          12    48    47    251
11. Roy Hibbert, Indiana                13    28    43    192
12. Ty Lawson, Denver                   16    19    27    164
13. Marcin Gortat, Phoenix               9    23    46    160
14. D.J. Augustin, Charlotte             6     8    13     67
15. DeMar DeRozan, Toronto               1     0     0      5
15. Samuel Dalembert, Sacramento         1     0     0      5
15. Thaddeus Young, Philadelphia         1     0     0      5
15. Tyson Chandler, Dallas               1     0     0      5
19. Von Wafer, Boston                    1     0     0      5
19. Chuck Hayes, Houston                 0     1     0      3
19. DeAndre Jordan, L.A. Clippers        0     1     0      3
19. Dwight Howard, Orlando               0     1     0      3
19. Gerald Henderson, Charlotte          0     1     0      3
24. Danilo Gallinari, Denver             0     0     1      1
24. Mike Conley, Memphis                 0     0     1      1
24. Wesley Matthews, Portland            0     0     1      1

Voting on a 5-3-1 basis

So ... the actual winner of this award, Kevin Love, showed up only as a write-in option on the IBBA ballot. Blame that on me. I considered Love, but felt his "improvement" was largely a matter of playing time and role and didn't have a good feel for how the actual voting would go. In fairness to Love, he certainly developed his game with the addition of a three-point shot and improvement as a go-to scorer, but his Most Improved Player award is still largely a testament to the fact that people still don't trust per-minute statistics. Love got his name written in enough times to finish ahead of several players who were actually listed, but Rose--whose improvement was much clearer across the board--ends up winning a second IBBA. (Lucky him!)

2010-11 IBBA Coach of the Year: Tom Thibodeau, Chicago

Rk  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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 1. Tom Thibodeau, Chicago             558   123    38   3197
 2. George Karl, Denver                 55   230   114   1079
 3. Gregg Popovich, San Antonio         75   152   145    976
 4. Doug Collins, Philadelphia          30    92   151    577
 5. Lionel Hollins, Memphis              6    47    74    245
 5. Nate McMillan, Portland             21    29    53    245
 7. Monty Williams, New Orleans         12    27    45    186
 8. Scott Brooks, Oklahoma City          7    13    36    110
 9. Phil Jackson, L.A. Lakers            9    13    23    107
10. Doc Rivers, Boston                   7    13    20     94
11. Erik Spoelstra, Miami                6     9    30     87
12. Rick Carlisle, Dallas                2    11    11     54
13. Stan Van Gundy, Orlando              2     1    12     25
14. Jerry Sloan, Utah                    4     0     1     21
15. Rick Adelman, Houston                1     1     0      8
16. Byron Scott, Cleveland               1     0     0      5

Voting on a 5-3-1 basis

There were a ton of obvious awards this year, and Coach of the Year was another in the list. It's hard to argue with Thibodeau's work as a rookie head coach, and he was the runaway selection. Voting was closer thereafter, with George Karl just edging out Gregg Popovich for second to mirror my picks.

2010-11 IBBA Executive of the Year: Pat Riley, Miami

Ultimately, fans determined the creation of the Big Three was more significant than the smaller but equally effective moves made by the Chicago Bulls' braintrust of Gar Forman and John Paxson. Voting was close throughout, but Riley edged out Forman and Paxson by 22 votes. The other two executives to get significant support were last year's winner, Sam Presti of Oklahoma City, and rookie GM Masai Ujiri. By the way, three executives failed to register a single vote: Detroit's Joe Dumars, Neil Olshey of the L.A. Clippers and Orlando's maligned Otis Smith.

Vote totals: Pat Riley, Miami (218); Gar Forman/John Paxson, Chicago (196); Sam Presti, Oklahoma City (140); Masai Ujiri, Denver (105); Rich Cho, Portland (18); R.C. Buford, San Antonio (16); Donnie Walsh, New York (11); Mitch Kupchak, L.A. Lakers (9); David Kahn, Minnesota (9); Danny Ainge, Boston (8); Daryl Morey, Houston (7); Chris Grant, Cleveland (6); Chris Wallace, Memphis (6); Kevin O'Connor, Utah (6); Dell Demps, New Orleans (5); Larry Bird/David Morway, Indiana (4); Billy King, New Jersey (4); Donnie Nelson, Dallas (3); Rod Thorn/Ed Stefanski, Philadelphia (3); Larry Riley, Golden State (2); John Hammond, Milwaukee (2); Geoff Petrie, Sacramento (2); Ernie Grunfeld, Washington (2); Rick Sund, Atlanta (1); Michael Jordan, Charlotte (1); Lance Blanks, Phoenix (1); Bryan Colangelo, Toronto (1);

2010-11 IBBA All-NBA Teams

  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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G Derrick Rose, Chicago              354    71     8   1991
G Dwyane Wade, Miami                 287   122    14   1815
F LeBron James, Miami                405    23     5   2099
F Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City        166   213    14   1483
C Dwight Howard, Orlando             440     4     1   2213

  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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G Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers           129   227    45   1371
G Chris Paul, New Orleans             98   212    69   1195
F Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas              211   130    31   1476
F Amar'e Stoudemire, New York         19   144    81    608
C Pau Gasol, L.A. Lakers              35   210    61    866

  Player                              1     2     3     Pts
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G Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City    12    92   187    523
G Manu Ginobili, San Antonio          10    56   167    385
F LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland          9   113   135    519
F Kevin Love, Minnesota               19    65   109    399
C Tim Duncan, San Antonio              4    60    74    274

No huge surprises here as the voting broke down nicely into three teams that would make sense together, other than a surplus of power forwards and no small forwards on either the Second or Third teams. Boston was the most snubbed team here, with Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo all right on the bubble. The closest spot up for grabs was the second forward on the First Team; Dirk Nowitzki got more First Team nods than Kevin Durant, but Durant was on far more Second Teams, giving him the edge.

Also receiving votes: Kevin Garnett 240 (12); Paul Pierce 200 (4); Al Horford 192; Blake Griffin 152 (5); Rajon Rondo 150 (4); Zach Randolph 148 (3); Carmelo Anthony 137 (1); Steve Nash 123 (2); Deron Williams 89 (1); Nene 85 (2); Andrew Bynum 80 (1); Andrew Bogut 56; Tyson Chandler 50; Keith Bogans 45 (5); Chris Bosh 36 (1); Joakim Noah 34; Monta Ellis 27 (1); Kevin Martin 15 (1); Lamar Odom 15 (1); Ray Allen 15; Tony Parker 14; Luol Deng 13; Al Jefferson 12; Gerald Wallace 12; Samuel Dalembert 10 (2); Marc Gasol 9; Serge Ibaka 9; Andre Iguodala 8; Kendrick Perkins 8; Kyle Lowry 7; Brandon Jennings 5 (1); Carlos Boozer 5 (1); DeAndre Jordan 5 (1); DeMarcus Cousins 5 (1); Evan Turner 5 (1); J.J. Hickson 5 (1); Jason Thompson 5 (1); Marcus Thornton 5 (1); Mo Williams 5 (1); Ramon Sessions 5 (1); Ryan Hollins 5 (1); Samardo Samuels 5 (1); Tyreke Evans 5 (1); Brook Lopez 5; Eric Gordon 5; Danny Granger 4; Marcin Gortat 4; Nick Collison 4; Josh Smith 4; Alonzo Gee 3; Andre Miller 3; Arron Afflalo 3; Beno Udrih 3; Brandon Roy 3; Chuck Hayes 3; Delonte West 3; Donte Greene 3; Eric Maynor 3; James Harden 3; Joey Graham 3; Manny Harris 3; Mehmet Okur 3; Mike Conley 3; Omri Casspi 3; Paul Millsap 3; Pooh Jeter 3; Spencer Hawes 3; Emeka Okafor 2; Jason Kidd 2; Kris Humphries 2; Kyle Korver 2; Landry Fields 2; Luis Scola 2; Aaron Gray 1; Andrea Bargnani 1; Cole Aldrich 1; Daequan Cook 1; DeShawn Stevenson 1; Francisco Garcia 1; Greg Monroe 1; James Johnson 1; Jason Terry 1; Jermaine Taylor 1; Joe Johnson 1; Keyon Dooling 1; Marcus Camby 1; Marvin Williams 1; Nazr Mohammed 1; Paul George 1; Roy Hibbert 1; Royal Ivey 1; Stephen Curry 1; Stephen Jackson 1; Thabo Sefolosha 1; Wesley Matthews 1; Yao Ming 1

2010-11 IBBA All-Defensive Teams

Ps Player                            
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G  Tony Allen, Memphis
G  Rajon Rondo, Boston
F  LeBron James, Miami
F  Kevin Garnett, Boston
C  Dwight Howard, Orlando

Ps Player                            
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G  Chris Paul, New Orleans
G  Dwyane Wade, Miami
F  Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia
F  Luol Deng, Chicago
C  Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee

So ... due to user error, I lost the vote totals for the All-Defensive Teams. I did have everything in order, so those are the correct teams and the players also receiving votes are listed as they finished, but you can't tell the actual points. Kyle Lowry got snubbed here, in my opinion. He was next up in the voting, but was the only player from my All-D First Team not to make either unit in the IBBAs. I think the open-ended voting format probably tends to benefit big names, who are more familiar.

Also receiving votes: Kyle Lowry; Kobe Bryant; Serge Ibaka; Josh Smith; Tim Duncan; Tyson Chandler; Gerald Wallace; Ronnie Brewer; Thabo Sefolosha; Russell Westbrook; Ron Artest; Derrick Rose; Joakim Noah; Grant Hill; Andrew Bynum; Manu Ginobili; Paul Pierce; Keith Bogans; Taj Gibson; Al Horford; Chuck Hayes; Kevin Love; Arron Afflalo; Pau Gasol; Shane Battier; Kendrick Perkins; Kenyon Martin; Luc Richard Mbah a Moute; Jason Kidd; Omer Asik; Wesley Matthews; JaVale McGee; Marcus Camby; Amare Stoudemire; Jrue Holiday; Corey Brewer; Monta Ellis; Nick Collison; Toney Douglas; Lamar Odom; Nicolas Batum; Ray Allen; Trevor Ariza; Darrell Arthur; Dirk Nowitzki; George Hill; Kevin Durant; LaMarcus Aldridge; Marcin Gortat; Shawn Marion; Wilson Chandler; Zach Randolph; Brandon Jennings; Delonte West; Greg Monroe; Jared Dudley; Jeff Green; Keyon Dooling; Kris Humphries; Kyrylo Fesenko; Mike Bibby; Mo Williams; Samardo Samuels; Shaquille O'Neal; Spencer Hawes; Tyreke Evans; Anderson Varejao; C.J. Watson; DeAndre Jordan; Joel Anthony; John Salmons; Nene; Amir Johnson; Andre Miller; Andrei Kirilenko; Bill Walker; Brian Scalabrine; Brandon Bass; Carlos Boozer; Carmelo Anthony; Chris Andersen; Daequan Cook; Darko Milicic; DeJuan Blair; Derek Fisher; Dorell Wright; Elton Brand; Emeka Okafor; Eric Maynor; Glen Davis; Gordon Hayward; James Harden; Jermaine O'Neal; Jordan Crawford; Kirk Hinrich; Kurt Thomas; Marc Gasol; Matt Barnes; Mike Miller; Nazr Mohammed; Paul George; Peja Stojakovic; Steve Nash; Tony Parker

2010-11 IBBA All-Rookie Teams

Player                              1     2    Pts
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Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers       322     1   645
John Wall, Washington              303     7   613
Landry Fields, New York            268    34   570
Greg Monroe, Detroit               244    38   526
DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento       202    62   466

Player                              1     2    Pts
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Gary Neal, San Antonio              66   147   279
Ed Davis, Toronto                   73   128   274
Paul George, Indiana                15   121   151
Derrick Favors, Utah                 9   122   140
Patrick Patterson, Houston          17   100   134

No big surprises here. The fans liked DeMarcus Cousins' rookie season a bit more than I did, but there's a clear break between the two teams and only one other player (Washington's Jordan Crawford) had at least 100 points.

Also receiving votes: Jordan Crawford 103 (14); Omer Asik 95 (12); Eric Bledsoe 74 (6); Evan Turner 65 (6); Wesley Johnson 65 (1); Gordon Hayward 63 (3); Trevor Booker 31 (1); Tiago Splitter 24 (1); Al-Farouq Aminu 12); Ekpe Udoh 11 (2); James Anderson 4 (1); Larry Sanders 4 (1); Samardo Samuels 4; Cole Aldrich 3 (1); Manny Harris 3 (1); Gary Forbes 3; Xavier Henry 3; Avery Bradley 2; Christian Eyenga 2; Ish Smith 2; Jeremy Lin 2; Luke Harangody 2; Armon Johnson 1; Jeremy Evans 1; Larry Owens 1; Magnum Rolle 1; Pooh Jeter 1; Quincy Pondexter 1; Semih Erden 1

Thanks again to everyone who voted and stay tuned next April for the third annual incarnation of the Internet Basketball Awards.

Kevin Pelton is an author of Basketball Prospectus. You can contact Kevin by clicking here or click here to see Kevin's other articles.

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