Jarrett Jack finishes third in Sixth Man of the Year voting

J.R. Smith of the Knicks took Sixth Man of the Year honors on Monday. Smith was the front runner for the award when voting began in the last few weeks. Warriors point guard Jarrett Jack was considered a darkhorse candidate to take home the Sixth Man hardware, but he ultimately finished third in voting, behind the Clippers’ Jamal Crawford in second. Warriors power forward Carl Landry also finished ninth.

Here is a full rundown of the results:

1. J.R. Smith, Knicks, 484 points (72 first-place votes)
2. Jamal Crawford, Clippers, 352 points (31)
3. Jarrett Jack, Warriors, 170 (14)
4. Kevin Martin, Thunder, 31 (2)
5. Ryan Anderson, Hornets, 11 (1)
6. Andre Millers, Nuggets, 7
7. Jordan Crawford, Celtics, 5
8. Manu Ginobili, Spurs, 4
9. Carl Landry, Warriors, 4
10. Nate Robinson, Bulls, 4
11. Corey Brewer, Nuggets, 4
12. Ramon Sessions, Bobcats, 2
13. Shane Battier, Heat, 2
14. Luke Babbitt, Blazers, 1
15. Gordon Hayward, Jazz, 1
16. Vince Carter, Mavs, 1
17. J.J. Redick, Bucks, 1

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