|NBA Awards on TNT|
|2018 NBA Awards|
|Awarded for||Recognition in the NBA|
|Presented by||National Basketball Association|
|First awarded||26 June 2017|
The NBA Awards is an annual awards show presented by the National Basketball Association (NBA), created in partnership with Turner Sports and produced by Dick Clark Productions to honor and recognize the league's top performers and accomplishments. Finalists for each individual award are announced during the NBA Playoffs on NBA on TNT telecasts. Winners are revealed during the ceremony. Additionally, the open public can decide the winner for fan-voted categories online by voting through the league's official website and on social media.
List of Ceremonies
|Year||Season||Date||Venue||Host city||Host||NBA Most Valuable Player||Ref.|
|2017||2016–17||June 26||Basketball City at Pier 36||New York City||Drake||Russell Westbrook — Oklahoma City Thunder|||
|2018||2017–18||June 25||Barker Hangar||Santa Monica, California||Anthony Anderson||James Harden — Houston Rockets|||
Sager Strong Award
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