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NBA Awards 2019 watch show live TV channel

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NBA Awards 2019
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NBA Awards 2019 watch show live TV channel, time, date, finalists, players, live stream, TV channel, predictions, analysis and more. Before we can completely close the book on the 2018-19 NBA season, there is one final order of business to attend to: handing out the hardware. It’s been a while since the regular season ended, so a brief refresher regarding all of the major awards and finalists seems appropriate. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about the awards show.

NBA Details

What: NBA Awards Presented by Kia on TNT

When: Monday, June 24th, 2019 at 8pm/CT

Where: Barker Hangar, Los Angeles, Calif.

NBA Watch Party

The Bucks are hosting a watch party for the NBA Awards at the MECCA Sports Bar & Grill (1134 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53203) at 8pm/CT.

NBA Live Stream

Fans can watch the NBA Awards on TNT and stream the show online HERE with authentication from their cable providers. NBA on TNT Facebook, Twitter and YouTube  pages, NBA.com and Bleacher Report Basketball’s Facebook and Twitter.

Bucks Nominated For Awards

Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Finalists

Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL)

Paul George (OKC)

James Harden (HOU)

Kia Defensive Player of the Year

Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL)

Paul George (OKC)

Rudy Gobert (UTA)

NBA Coach of the Year

Mike Budenholzer (MIL)

Mike Malone (DEN)

Doc Rivers (LAC)

NBA Other Categories & Nominees

Kia NBA Rookie of the Year

Deandre Ayton (PHX)

Luka Doncic (DAL)

Trae Young (ATL)

Kia NBA Sixth Man Award

Montrezl Harrell (LAC)

Domantas Sabonis (IND)

Lou Williams (LAC)

Kia Most Improved Player

De’Aaron Fox (SAC)

D’Angelo Russell (BKN)

Pascal Siakam (TOR)

Many of the top players in the league will be in attendance as heralded annual awards like MVP and Rookie of the Year are handed out to their rightful owners. The numbers speak for themselves: 21.2 points, 7.8 rebounds and 6.0 assists per game, numbers that no rookie has put up since Oscar Robertson. And yet while the back-of-the-card stats do jump out, they don’t begin to articulate the impact of his game.

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