Atlanta Hawks guard Jamal Crawford has been named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year.
Crawford won the award with 580 of a possible 610 points. Dallas' Jason Terry finished second with 220 points and Cleveland's Anderson Varejao was third with 126.
Crawford averaged 18 points per game in 31.1 minutes off the bench in his first season with Atlanta. He shot 44.9 percent from the field to help the Hawks win 53 games.
Atlanta is the fourth NBA team in nine years for the 30-year-old Crawford.
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