Was Jeremy Lin robbed in the Most Improved Player voting?

The ultimate winner, Orlando Magic forward Ryan Anderson, registered 260 points and 33 first-place votes, edging out Milwaukee Bucks forward Ersan Ilyasova and Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic. Meanwhile the Knicks' Lin finished sixth with 91 overall points and 10 first-place votes despite going from the D-League to NBA stardom before tearing a meniscus in his left knee against the Pistons in late March.

Now we want you to tell us if Lin should have been named the league's Most Improved.

Remember, Anderson did go from starting 14 games and averaging 10.6 points per game in 2010-2011 to starting in every game he played while scoring 16.1 ppg on 39.3 percent 3-point accuracy this year.

Lin appeared in only 29 games for the Golden State Warriors last season, averaging 9.8 minutes and 2.6 points per game, but became an international superstar this year by starting 25 times in 35 appearances and averaging 14.6 points and 6.2 assists per game.

Lin also sparked a seven-game winning streak in February, which brought the Knicks back to .500 and ultimately helped the team reach the playoffs. While winning Player of the Month in February, Lin hit the game-winner against the Raptors in Toronto, dropped 38 points on the Lakers in Los Angeles in a winning effort, and had a 28-point, 14-assists performance in a win over the Dallas Mavericks.