Coby White cherishes chances of winning Most Improved Player award: It would mean a lot to me"

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Coby wants to win this title and be the first Bull to do so since Jimmy Butler in 2015.Coby White has made a strong case for the Most Improved Player award this season.   

This season, the fifth-year Chicago Bulls guard is averaging career-bests in points (19.6), assists (5.3), rebounds (4.8), field goal shooting (45.5%), and three-point efficiency (38.7%).  

In spite of the fact that he would rather discuss the accomplishments of the squad, Coby is not avoiding the prospect of being awarded the title for Most Improved Football Player.  

For the young man, who is now 24 years old, receiving this accolade is a remarkable accomplishment that is a testament to the effort and commitment that he has put in throughout the course of his career. 

White said, "It would mean a lot to me." "I want to show how far I've come and show younger NBA players that they can count you out and say whatever they want about you."   

It is possible for things to come your way, but only if you remain loyal to who you are, continue to work, and maintain your humility throughout the process.  

Even so, White didn't come into the NBA in 2019 as a star or a player of the future. He had many ups and downs over the course of four years before he finally had his dream individual season.   

In the event that he is successful in winning the MIP, Coby intends to utilize it as a platform to demonstrate that cultivating success requires time and patience.  

"I believe that everyone grows at their own speed. Some guys are already very good when they get there. "Guys like Luka Doncic, Trae Young, and those others come in and change the game right away," White said.   

"I believe that everyone has their own story, journey, and race to run." I think my race was unique compared to everyone else's. 

“I want to show that I'm in Year 5 and still improving. I believe that in the NBA, a lottery or high choice in the first round who is not an All-Star in two years is a bust.   

The way that I believe everyone in the NBA of today sees it is just like that. But I wanted to improve my health and continue to move in the right direction. 

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