plays on a dominant 16-0 (19-0 including conference tournament) team, averages 11.1 RPG, 2.5 BPG, 0.7 SPG.
plays on a 14-2 (16-3) team, averages 5.9 RPG, 1.4 BPG, 1.1 SPG.
Lord wins conference DPOY. If he were a SF or maybe even a PF, I would agree, but his rebounding average puts him at 19th in the conference as a STARTING CENTER. Inman's rebounding puts him at number one in the conference, and his 2.5 BPG are also tops. The difference in steals is 0.4, but seeing that Lord isn't even in the conference's top 25, steals shouldn't be much of a factor.
I understand that Lord has better ATH and DEF ratings, but are awards in real life based on a player's ability? No! They're based on the player's output and impact on the game, and Inman is clearly superior based on numbers. Even so, the difference in DEF is 22 in Lord's favor, whereas the difference in SB is 35 in Inman's favor, which is a big deal at the center position.
I also understand that awards are just window dressing, no big deal, but I think my player got deprived of some more hardware.