The center of Denver Nuggets Nikola Jokic was elected the most useful player in the NBA for a second consecutive season

Sources told Adrian Wojnarowski An official announcement is expected this week, sources told Wojnarowski.

Jokic's raw statistics were even better this year than last year, because it reached an average of more than 

27.1 points and 13.8 rebounds per game. He also collected an average of 7.9 assists, good for the eighth of the League.

Jokic, 27, has also become the first player in the NBA history with 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 500 assists in one season.

The Denver Center did everything without two of his co-stars, while the leader Jamal Murray missed all the season while recovering from a torn ACL and 

Michael Porter Jr. was held to nine games due to a Back injury. Despite this, the Nuggets were still able to make the playoffs as a sixth seed from the 

Don Henley for her own career in mind and even a very voting relationship With the disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.

West before losing in five games against the Golden State Warriors during the opening of the playoffs.

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