The NBA's first awards show will be held June 26 at Bas…

The NBA’s first awards show will be held June 26 at Basketball City at Pier 36 in Manhattan. The league will announce the winner of the MVP and its other major awards during the show, which will be televised live on TNT. The Rookie of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Sixth Man Award, Most Improved Player and Coach of the Year will be announced during the NBA Awards Show. The league says Monday that it will announce new awards that will be unveiled during the telecast in the coming months.
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Jazz: Donovan Mitchell still their cornerstone player

ClutchPoints: “They have shut down any team who’s called about trying to trade for Donovan Mitchell. The Jazz are committed to moving forward with him as their cornerstone player.” @wojespn on the Utah Jazz’s plans with Donovan Mitchell

Blake Wesley: For sure, I always have a chip on my shoulder regardless of Top 16 or not. I’m not satisfied with myself right now. Getting 1 percent better every day, and just competing. I do, I just don’t say anything to the public. I just show my stuff on the court, whether it be Top 16, Top 10 pick. But at the end of the day, I was picked No. 25, which I like, my family likes, so we’re blessed to be in that position, and I’m happy for all the guys that got drafted before me. I’m not that kind of guy that likes to talk all the time. I just like to show my game on the court.
How do you think you have what it takes to make guys in the NBA respect your shot? Blake Wesley: Getting to the rim and shooting. I don’t think some people think I can shoot. I gotta show that at Summer League, and hopefully get that respect  going into the season. I feel like defense comes first. If you can impact the game on both ends. I love to defend and impact the game. That can change the game a lot.
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