NBA Awards 2019: Live updates, highlights, video and more from the 2019 NBA Awards

Shaquille O'Neal [NBA Getty Images]

The third annual NBA Awards have come to a conclusion.

An event that started with a Shaquille O'Neal concert ended with a heartwarming speech from your new reigning Most Valuable Player Giannis Antetokounmpo.

There was plenty of other nonsense, great speeches and tremendous players honoured throughout the award show. If you missed any of it, don't worry, because we had you covered with live updates, videos and more!

NBA Awards 2019

The MVP delivered a heartfelt speech after accepting his award.

Your 2018-19 KIA Most Valuable Player is... Giannis Antetokounmpo!

Milwaukee Bucks' Jon Horst has been rewarded with this season's Executive of the Year!

Congratulations to Larry Bird and Magic Johnson on receiving the NBA's Lifetime Acheivement Award!

The NBA Hustle Award goes to... Marcus Smart!

Back-to-back! Rudy Gobert wins his second consecutive Defensive Player of the Year award!

After leading the Milwaukee Bucks to a 60-win season, Mike Budenholzer has taken home Coach of the Year!

Robin Roberts has received this year's Sager Strong Award!

Bradley Beal has earned this year's NBA Community Assist Award!

Louuuuuuuuu! Lou Williams takes home Sixth Man of the Year for the third time in his career, tying him with Jamal Crawford for the most in NBA history!

Mike Conley Jr. takes home the Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year award! The Utah Jazz are lucky to have this guy.

Pascal Siakam is your 2018-19 Most Improved Player!

And the first award is off the board. Your 2018-19 Rookie of the Year is... Luka Doncic!

Shaq breaking it down to get the show started off right.

Pascal Siakam's family made the trip for what could be a special event!

Fresh off the No. 3 pick in the draft, RJ Barrett is in the building!

Luka Doncic on the Red Carpet.

The stage and Red Carpet is ready to go for the 2019 NBA Awards!

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