Anthony Davis narrowly misses winning the 2014-15 Sportsmanship award


Davis finished second to Kyle Korver in the Sportsmanship vote, but he did come in first in the Southwest division. The NBA will donate $5,000 to the charity of Davis' choice.

Per "The annual award reflects the ideals of sportsmanship -- ethical behavior, fair play and integrity -- in amateur and professional basketball, a key focus of the league's NBA Cares program. The trophy is named for former Detroit Pistons guard and Hall of Famer Joe Dumars, the award's first recipient, in 1995-96."