Running though the 6 with his woes

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Toronto Raptor guard Lou Williams has been announced as the winner of the NBA’s Six Man of the Year for the 2014-15 season. Williams helped lead the Raptors to the 4th seed in the eastern confernce, and a franchise recorded 49 wins. He also averaged a career high 15.1 and became the first Raptor to ever win this award. The Raptors guard beat out Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas (2nd) and Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford (3rd). According to, that as part of its support of the Kia Sixth Man Award, Kia Motors America (KMA) will donate an all-new and more capable than ever 2016 Kia Sorento LX CUV to The Remix Project — which helps young people from disadvantaged communities who are trying to enter the creative industries or further their formal education — on behalf of Williams. Williams came off the bench for all 80 games that he played and averaged 25.2 mins per. He lead the Raptors in scoring 18 times this season, the team was 14-4 in those games.  Lou is now is the position to help his team advance past the Washington Wizards in the postseason.

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