Sixth Man of the Playoffs: Eric Gordon

The regular-season version of this award often goes to the best second-team volume scorer, and Eric Gordon fits that definition.

He came off the bench 15 nike nfl wholesale times and scored 220 points in those games (14.7 per contest). Boston’s Marcus Morris was the only other reserve to clear 151 points (184).

Gordon didn’t have the surest shooting postseason (38.0/33.1/83.6), but he stayed relentless in his attacks. That unwavering aggressiveness helped him top 20 points three times in the conference finals, averaging 3.7 triples and 5.7 free throws in those nike jersey wholesale

His postseason run became defined more by moments than consistent dominance.

He was magical in Game 3 of the conference semis against the Utah Jazz, tying for the team lead in points (25) and owning it in triples (four). That’s the contest that helped Houston grab control of the series, and it was one in which Paul and James Harden shot a combined 3-of-15 from distance. Gordon was huge again in Game 2 of the conference finals, scoring 27 points on 15 jerseys cheap china free shipping

For someone with limited experience as a reserve before last season, Gordon looks like a natural.

Runner-Up: Dwyane Wade cheap nfl jerseys china free shipping

This tied for the second-shortest playoff run of Wade’s career, but he found a way to thrill in limited time. The 36-year-old essentially became the Heat’s only hope against the upstart Philadelphia 76ers. They held him to cheap nfl jerseys from china free shipping 11 points or fewer in three games, which the Heat lost by 60 combined points. But he had 53 points on 38 shots in the two others—one a 10-point win, the other a four-point defeat.