NBL Grand Final Most Valuable Player Award

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The National Basketball League Grand Final Most Valuable Player is an annual National Basketball League (NBL) award given since the league's inaugural season to the best performing player of the Grand Final series. The winner receives the Larry Sengstock Medal, which is named in honour of Larry Sengstock, the winner of the league's first Grand Final MVP award.[1][2]

Winners[edit]

Year Player Nationality Team
1979 Larry Sengstock  Australia St. Kilda Saints
1980 Rocky Smith  United States St. Kilda Saints
1981 N/A N/A N/A
1982 N/A N/A N/A
1983 N/A N/A N/A
1984 N/A N/A N/A
1985 N/A N/A N/A
1986 Mark Davis  United States Adelaide 36ers
1987 Leroy Loggins  United States Brisbane Bullets
1988 Phil Smyth  Australia Canberra Cannons
1989 Scott Fisher  United States North Melbourne Giants
1990 Ricky Grace  United States Perth Wildcats
1991 Pete Hansen  United States Perth Wildcats
1992 Bruce Bolden  Australia South East Melbourne Magic
1993 Ricky Grace (2)  United States Perth Wildcats
1994 Paul Rees  Australia North Melbourne Giants
1995 Andrew Vlahov  Australia Perth Wildcats
1996 Mike Kelly  Australia South East Melbourne Magic
1997 Lanard Copeland  United States Melbourne Tigers
1998 Kevin Brooks  United States Adelaide 36ers
1999 Brett Maher  Australia Adelaide 36ers
2000 Marcus Timmons  United States Perth Wildcats
2001 Glen Saville  Australia Wollongong Hawks
2002 Brett Maher (2)  Australia Adelaide 36ers
2003 Chris Williams  United States Sydney Kings
2004 Matthew Nielsen  Australia Sydney Kings
2005 Jason Smith  Australia Sydney Kings
2006 Chris Anstey  Australia Melbourne Tigers
2007 Sam Mackinnon  Australia Brisbane Bullets
2008 Chris Anstey (2)  Australia Melbourne Tigers
2009 Donta Smith  United States South Dragons
2010 Kevin Lisch  United States Perth Wildcats
2011 Thomas Abercrombie  New Zealand New Zealand Breakers
2012 C. J. Bruton  Australia New Zealand Breakers
2013 Cedric Jackson  United States New Zealand Breakers
2014 Jermaine Beal  United States Perth Wildcats
2015 Cedric Jackson (2)  United States New Zealand Breakers
2016 Damian Martin  Australia Perth Wildcats
2017 Bryce Cotton  United States Perth Wildcats
2018 Chris Goulding  Australia Melbourne United
2019 Terrico White  United States Perth Wildcats

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Grand Final MVP". andthefoul.net. Retrieved 17 February 2016.
  2. ^ "LARRY SENGSTOCK: THE MAN BEHIND THE MEDAL". NBL.com.au. 10 June 2016. Retrieved 10 June 2016.