ACB Most Valuable Player Award

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The ACB Most Valuable Player Award is an award for the top-tier professional basketball league in Spain, the Spanish ACB League. The ACB first named a Most Valuable Player after the 1991–92 ACB season. Since then, four players have won the award more than once: Darryl Middleton (3-time winner), Arvydas Sabonis, Tanoka Beard, and Luis Scola (2-time winners). Additionally, only five Spanish players have won the award: Juan Carlos Navarro, Marc Gasol, Felipe Reyes, Fernando San Emeterio, and naturalized Spanish player Nikola Mirotić. The award is voted on by coaches, players, fans (through online voting), and the media.

All-time award winners[edit]

The following is a list of the all-time ACB Most Valuable Player Award winners.

Season Player Team
1991–92 United States Darryl Middleton Valvi Girona
1992–93 United States Darryl Middleton (2×) Caja San Fernando
1993–94 Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis Real Madrid
1994–95 Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis (2×) Real Madrid
1995–96 United States Michael Anderson Caja San Fernando
1996–97 United States Kenny Green Taugrés
1997–98 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga Real Madrid
1998–99 United States Tanoka Beard Real Madrid
1999–00 United States Darryl Middleton (3×) Casademont Girona
2000–01 United States Lou Roe Gijón Baloncesto
2001–02 United States Tanoka Beard (2×) DKV Joventut
2002–03 Argentina Wálter Herrmann Jabones Pardo Fuenlabrada
2003–04 Argentina Andrés Nocioni TAU Cerámica
2004–05 Argentina Luis Scola TAU Cerámica
2005–06 Spain Juan Carlos Navarro FC Barcelona
2006–07 Argentina Luis Scola (2×) TAU Cerámica
2007–08 Spain Marc Gasol Akasvayu Girona
2008–09 Spain Felipe Reyes Real Madrid
2009–10 Brazil Tiago Splitter Caja Laboral
2010–11 Spain Fernando San Emeterio Caja Laboral
2011–12 United States Andy Panko Lagun Aro GBC
2012–13 Spain Nikola Mirotić Real Madrid
2013–14 United States Justin Doellman Valencia Basket
2014–15 Spain Felipe Reyes (2×) Real Madrid
2015–16 Greece Ioannis Bourousis Laboral Kutxa Baskonia

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