The National Basketball League of Canada is pleased to announce that Jamal Reynolds of the Cape Breton Highlanders has been named Sixth Man of the Year.
Reynolds, a 6'5" forward from Toronto, Ontario was the second leading scorer on the Highlanders in 40 games played averaging 17.9 points per game on 53.1% field goal shooting. Also, the two-time Canadian Player of the Week led the NBLC in total rebounds this season with 360.
"Jamal winning the Sixth Man of the Year is a true testament to Jamal's work ethic and character", said Team President Tyrone Levingston. "In two seasons with the Highlanders I only know Jamal as a great kid with a tremendous work ethic, and the spirit to work for what he wants. Never complains about anything and is always ready when his name is called."