NBA awards will finally be announced tonight during a special ceremony at 9 ET on TNT.
The Sixers have two of the three finalists for Rookie of the Year in Dario Saric and Joel Embiid.
But it's Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon who enters tonight as the favorite.
Brogdon is 1/4 to win Rookie of the Year, meaning it would require a $400 bet to win $100.
Saric is next at 3/1, while Embiid is 9/1, per Bovada.
Both Saric and Embiid made the All-Rookie First Team (see story).
Embiid obviously would have won the award had he stayed healthy this season. He averaged 20.2 points. 7.8 rebounds and 2.5 blocks but played just 31 games.
Saric took off during the second half with Embiid sidelined and Ersan Ilyasova traded. Over his last 30 games, Saric averaged 17.9 points, 7.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists.
For the season, Saric averaged 12.8 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists.
Brogdon averaged 10.2 points and 4.8 assists and shot 40.4 percent from three for a playoff team. His second-half surge coincided with Milwaukee's improved play, which is why he's the favorite. It should be noted, though, that Embiid won Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month in November, December and January, and Saric won in February and March. The only other player to claim the award was the Knicks' Willy Hernangomez in April.
Here are the odds for the rest of tonight's awards:
Russell Westbrook (Thunder): 1/50
James Harden (Rockets): 6/1
Kawhi Leonard (Spurs): 33/1
Coach of the Year
Mike D'Antoni (Rockets): 1/11
Gregg Popovich (Spurs): 7/1
Erik Spoelstra (Heat): 7/1
Eric Gordon (Rockets): 1/7
Andre Iguodala (Warriors): 6/1
Lou Williams (Lakers/Rockets): 6/1