All-NBA team According to the official public relations team of the National Basketball Association (NBA), Memphis Grizzlies All-Star point guard Ja Morant was the recipient of the Western Conference Player of the Week award for the period of December 18th-24th. This meant that Los Angeles Lakers point forward LeBron James did not earn the award.
James scored 30 points, 9.3 rebounds, nine assists, 1.3 steals, and 1.3 blocks per game while playing 37.8 minutes per game in the three games that took place last week. During that time, Los Angeles finished 1-2. James’ shooting splits were.541/.500/.941.
Don’t be concerned; James will be unharmed. This individual has won more than twice as many Player of the Week accolades (67) as Kobe Bryant, who is the second-winningest player in Lakers history (33).
Morant’s performance has been simply phenomenal ever since he was released from a 25-game suspension imposed by the league for his most recent firearm hijinks.
The 6’2″ super-athlete led Memphis to a 3-0 week by averaging 28 points, nine assists, and 5.7 rebounds per night. His shooting percentages were.508/.182/.842, and he had a shooting split of.508/.182/.842.
Stephen Curry, an All-NBA point guard for the Golden State Warriors, Anthony Edwards, an All-Star shooting guard for the Memphis Timberwolves, and the Oklahoma City Thunder are also included in this article.
During the previous week, the All-NBA point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, the Denver Nuggets point guard Jamal Murray, and the Sacramento Kings All-Star center Domantas Sabonis all finished as also-rans.
Joel Embiid, the center for the Philadelphia 76ers, who is now the reigning Most Valuable Player, was awarded the accolade in the Eastern Conference.