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Brogdon and Terry Win Players Voice Awards

August 22nd, 2017

Two Milwaukee Bucks players received recognition via the recently announced Players Voice Awards in the NBA. The awards are voted on exclusively by players in the league and include a variety of unique awards like Best Dressed, Player You Secretly Wish Was On Your Team, Best Social Media Follow and Most Influential Veteran.

Jason Terry was named Teammate of the Year by his Bucks teammates. TheĀ 39-year-old veteran gave the Bucks a needed energy boost off the bench last season and helped the team to a playoff birth. Although Terry showed very little from a scoring standpoint, he was touted throughout the season for being a great teammate and locker room guy. His energy and positive demeanor was clearly noticed by his peers.

Malcolm Brogdon was named Rookie of the Year for his efforts last season on a Milwaukee Bucks team which lost scoring machine Khris Middleton to a torn hamstring in the fall. Brogdon was able to fill in at both guard spots and earned a starting role toward the end of the season. The rookie and former Virginia Cavalier averaged 10.2 points per game alongside 4.2 assists and 2.8 rebounds per game. Brogdon beat out the Sixers duo of Dario Saric and Joel Embid in both the Players Voice Awards and in the media voting announced back in June.

You can learn more about the Players Voice Awards and see the full list of 2017 award winners here.

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