Brad Stevens comes in sixth overall in 2022 NBA Executive of the Year voting

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Brad Stevens comes in sixth overall in 2022 NBA Executive of the Year voting
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The NBA revealed the voting results for its annual 2021-22 NBA Basketball Executive of the Year award on Thursday, and Boston Celtics President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens came in sixth in the voting.

This year’s award was won by Zach Kleiman of the Memphis Grizzlies (85 total points), with Koby Altman of the Cleveland Cavaliers (27 total points), Arturas Karnisovas of the Chicago Bulls (27 total points), James Jones of the Phoenix Suns (26 total points), and Pat Riley (26 total points) of the Miami Heat coming in ahead of the Celtics president in that order.

Unlike most such end-of-the-year hardware that is voted on by panels of select national media members and NBA broadcasters, this particular league award is voted on by league executives themselves.

While certainly lower than Celtics fans would have liked, it is an auspicious start for a team president in his first season in the role.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire. Follow us on Facebook!

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