Jordan Clarkson Wins NBA Sixth Man of the Year | The New Age Microwave

Why would DWade want to be like Jordan Clarkson?

Well, few people had a better year than Clarkson. The ex-Laker filled up the stat sheet,  flexed his fashion flair in GQ Magazine, he’s playing for a title contender, and learned this week that he was named NBA Sixth Man of the Year.

He was on his Vinnie Johnson-Microwave mode all season.



Come off the bench and kill. With Utah trailing the Memphis Grizzlies 1-0 in the first round of the NBA playoffs, Clarkson will need more than the 14 points he contributed in the opener to help the Jazz survive this series — especially with Donovan Mitchell’s health in question.



The 15.3 ppg career scorer (who averaged a career-high 18.4 points off the bench for a Utah squad that finished with the West’s best regular season record) was given the trophy by his teammate and second runner-up Joe Ingles


Check Clarkson out in the Utah Jazz’ next NBA Playoff game on Wednesday.

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