Many moons ago I started a series called “The Lost Awards” for a little ole blog called Hardwood Paroxysm. Since the NBA did not hand out many awards back in the day—even awards that we now consider major—I decided to fill in the gaps. For example in the 1954 season, the NBA had Rookie of the Year, but no Most Valuable Player. So I’m kinda sure I chose Neil Johnston as the NBA’s “Lost” MVP for that season.
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