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Taking a look at the 6th Man of the Year market at the All-Star break

We take a look at the favorite to win Sixth Man of the Year, along with other contenders and possible value plays after the All-Star break.

 Boston Celtics guard Malcolm Brogdon (13) drives the ball against Chicago Bulls forward Derrick Jones Jr. (5) in the second half at TD Garden. David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The Sixth Man of the Year award is interesting because it feels like we see a number of different names rise and fall in the odds throughout the season. With the All-Star break wrapping up, we will see a number of guys emerge as contenders to win this award in the last third of the season.

Below we take a look at the Sixth Man of the Year betting market at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Sixth Man of the Year odds after All-Star break

Malcolm Brogdon: -170
Norman Powell: +350
Tyrese Maxey: +400
Russell Westbrook: +850
Bennedict Mathurin: +4000
Jordan Poole: +7000
Christian Wood: +7000
Bobby Portis: +8000
Malik Monk: +12000
Bogdan Bogdanovic: +14000
Malik Beasley: +15000
Immanuel Quickley: +20000
Bruce Brown: +25000
Collin Sexton: +25000

Brogdon is the favorite, but not by much. He’s played a strong role for the Boston Celtics this season as he’s averaging 14.7 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game off the bench. Russell Westbrook deserves credit as he was great off the bench with the Los Angeles Lakers and it’ll be interesting to see if that continues with the Los Angeles Clippers. Jordan Poole has been great with the Warriors, but he has started a good amount this season and might not end up being eligible for the award.