Jimmy Butler Wins 2014-15 KIA Most Improved Player Award

by Brandon

On Thursday the NBA announced that Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler had been named the league’s most improved player. Butler was a runaway winner, collecting 92 of the possible 129 first place votes from a panel of media members. And earned a total of 535 points, with Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green finishing up as the runner up with a total of 200 points. Butler improved his scoring from 13.1 to 20.0 points per game, raised his shooting percentage from 39.7% last season to 46.2%. Jimmy also became an Eastern Confrence All-Star for the first time in his career. With all that being said this award is a testament to his hard-work and was greatly deserved. Check out the Most Imporved Player’s top ten plays of the season in the video below!

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