MVP: Lebron James Los Angeles Lakers
I think LeBron will when the MVP this season, he will be able to lead the Los Angeles Lakers to the playoffs somewhere they have not been in five years. James being able to lift a young Lakers team to the playoffs will have a massive impact on the voters.’
Rookie Of The Year: Luka Doncic Dallas Mavericks
Doncic has an NBA body, and he has played against high-level competition for a while now. Doncic scoring and playmaking ability will allow him to put decent stats and contribute to wins.
Sixth Man Of The Year: Terry Rozier Boston Celtics
Terry Rozier playmaking and intensity off the bench will be crucial for the Boston Celtics this season. Rozier showed a lot of promise last season in the Celtics playoff run, that will carry over to this season.
Most Improved Player: Brandon Ingram Los Angeles Lakers
Brandon Ingram is poised for a breakout season with LeBron James getting most of the attention on offense, Ingram will be free to cut to the basket and have a lot of open looks. Ingram played well last season averaging 16 points a game on 47 percent shooting.
Defensive Player Of The Year: Anthony Davis New Orleans Pelicans
I like Anthony Davis for this award because he is long and athletic, Davis can rim protect, and he can step out and guard on the pick and roll. Defending the pick roll is vital in today NBA. Davis will be able to step out on smaller guards occasionally and hold his on.
Coach Of The Year: Nate McMillian Indiana Pacers
Brad Stevens is the easy pick here, but i am going to go with Nate McMillian, he will be able to get the most out of the Indiana Pacers, especially in the east with no Lebron James.