The NBA's Sixth Man of the Year may not be as prestigious as MVP, but there's still serious competition for the award.
However, most players are chasing Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson, who remains the prohibitive favorite to win Sixth Man. Clarkson is now -230 to win, per NBA futures odds from FanDuel Sportbsook, after starting the season near +800.
Clarkson is averaging almost 26 minutes per game while putting up a career-high 18.2 points and shooting 38.5% from behind the arc on more than eight attempts per contest.
Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon has made a huge rise up the odds board in recent weeks and is now +700, while Chris Boucher and Goran Dragic remain competitive +1200 odds.
Here are the favorites at FanDuel Sportsbook to win the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award.
1. Jordan Clarkson (-280)
2. Eric Gordon (+700)
3. Chris Boucher (+1200)
4. Goran Dragic (+1200)
5. Terrence Ross (+1600)
6. Montrezl Harrell (+2400)
7. Shake Milton (+3000)
8. Patty Mills (+3300)
9. Lou Williams (+3600)
10. Derrick Rose (+4900)
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