LNB Pro A Awards

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The LNB Pro A Awards are the individual awards of the top-tier level men's professional club basketball league in France, the LNB Pro A. Maxi-Basket holds the vote, and calls it the referendum. The distinction of the best coach of the season is awarded by the Coaches' Basketball Union.

Awards (before 1983)[edit]

Before 1983, the title of the best player in the league was sometimes assigned by a panel of journalists, but the charts are incomplete.

Awards (since 1983)[edit]

Between 1983 and 2005, the monthly Maxi-Basket conducted a vote of the players and coaches of the league. Since 2005, the coaches and captains of the LNB Pro A clubs, and a panel of fifty journalists are asked to vote.[1]

Season France French Player's MVP Foreign Player's MVP Rising Star Best Defender Most Improved Player Best Coach
1982–83 France Philip Szanyiel (ASVEL) United States Ed Murhpy (Limoges) France Valéry Demory (Stade) Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned
1983–84 France Hervé Dubuisson (Stade) United States Ed Murphy (Limoges) France Stéphane Ostrowski (MSB) Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned
1984–85 France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) United States Ed Murphy (Limoges) France Valéry Demory (Stade) Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned
1985–86 France Stéphane Ostrowski (Limoges) United States Kevin Figaro (Challans) France Christian Garnier (Monaco) United States Allen Bunting (Antibes) Unassigned France Michel Gomez (Challans)
1986–87 France Freddy Hufnagel (Orthez) United States Bill Varner (Antibes) France Didier Gadou (Orthez) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned United States George Fisher (Orthez)
1987–88 France Stéphane Ostrowski (Limoges) United States Don Collins (Limoges) France Hugues Occansey (Limoges) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned France Jean Galle (Cholet)
1988–89 France Stéphane Ostrowski (Limoges) United States Don Collins (Limoges) France Jim Bilba (Cholet) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned France Jean-Luc Monschau (Mulhouse)
1989–90 France Stéphane Ostrowski (Limoges) United States Don Collins (Limoges) France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned France Michel Gomez (Limoges)
1990–91 France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) United States Michael Brooks (Limoges) France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned France Michel Gomez (Orthez)
1991–92 France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) United States Michael Brooks (Limoges) France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned France Alain Thinet (Roanne)
1992–93 France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) United States Michael Young (Limoges) France Yann Bonato (Antibes) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned Serbia Božidar Maljković (Limoges)
1993–94 France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) United States Michael Young (Limoges) France Alain Digbeu (ASVEL) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned Serbia Božidar Maljković (Limoges)
1994–95 France Yann Bonato (Paris) United States David Rivers (Antibes) France Alain Digbeu (ASVEL) France Richard Dacoury (Limoges) Unassigned France Jacques Monclar (Antibes)
1995–96 France Antoine Rigaudeau (Orthez) United States Delaney Rudd (ASVEL) France Fabien Dubos (Orthez) France Arsène Ade-Mensah (Antibes) Unassigned France Gregor Beugnot (ASVEL)
1996–97 France Yann Bonato (Limoges) United States Delaney Rudd (ASVEL) France Frédéric Weis (Limoges) France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) Unassigned France Gregor Beugnot (ASVEL)
1997–98 France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) United States Jerry McCullough (BCM) France Willem Laure (Dijon) France Arsène Ade-Mensah (Paris) Unassigned France Gregor Beugnot (ASVEL)
1998–99 France Laurent Foirest (Orthez) United States Keith Jennings (MSB) France Frédéric Weis (Limoges) France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) Unassigned France Claude Bergeaud (Orthez)
1999–00 France Moustapha Sonko (ASVEL) United States Marcus Brown (Limoges) France David Gautier (Cholet) France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) Unassigned France Christophe Vitoux (SIG) and
Montenegro Duško Ivanović (Limoges)
2000–01 France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) United States Bill Edwards (ASVEL) France Tony Parker (Paris) France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) Unassigned France Vincent Collet (MSB)
2001–02 France Cyril Julian (Nancy) Spain Roger Esteller (Orthez) France Boris Diaw (Orthez) France Florent Pietrus (Orthez) Unassigned Montenegro Savo Vucević (Cholet) and
Montenegro Duško Ivanović (Limoges)
2002–03 France Boris Diaw (Orthez) United States Rico Hill (MSB) France Pape-Philippe Amagou (MSB) France Makan Dioumassi (Toulon) Unassigned France Frédéric Sarre (Orthez)
2003–04 France Laurent Foirest (Orthez) United States Rick Hughes (SIG) France Pape-Philippe Amagou (MSB) France Thierry Rupert (SIG) Unassigned France Vincent Collet (MSB)
2004–05 France Laurent Sciarra (BCM) United States Jermaine Guice (STB) France Mickael Mokongo (Chalon) France Mickael Mokongo (Chalon) Unassigned France Éric Girard (SIG)
2005–06 France Cyril Julian (Nancy) United States Jason Rowe (Toulon) France Ian Mahinmi (STB) United States John Linehan (Paris) / (SIG) Unassigned France Frédéric Sarre (JL Bourg)
2006–07 France Cyril Julian (Nancy) United States Dewarick Spencer (Roanne) France Nicolas Batum (MSB) France Marc-Antoine Pellin (Roanne) Unassigned France Jean-Denys Choulet (Roanne)
2007–08 France Nando de Colo (Cholet) United States Marc Salyers (Roanne) France Nicolas Batum (MSB) France Dounia Issa (Vichy) France Nando de Colo (Cholet) France Christian Monschau (STB)
2008–09 France Alain Koffi (MSB) United States Austin Nichols (Toulon) France Thomas Heurtel (Orthez) United States Tony Dobbins (Orléans) France Rodrigue Beaubois (Cholet) France Philippe Hervé (Orléans)
2009–10 France Ali Traoré (ASVEL) Dominican Republic Ricardo Greer (Nancy) France Andrew Albicy (Paris) United States John Linehan (Cholet) France Kevin Seraphin (Cholet) France Ruddy Nelhomme (Poitiers)
2010–11 France Mickaël Gelabale (ASVEL) Dominican Republic Samuel Mejia (Cholet) France Evan Fournier (Poitiers) United States John Linehan (Nancy) France Evan Fournier (Poitiers) Turkey Erman Kunter (Cholet)
2011–12 France Fabien Causeur (Cholet) United States Blake Schilb (Chalon) France Evan Fournier (Poitiers) France Andrew Albicy (BCM) France Evan Fournier (Poitiers) France Gregor Beugnot (Chalon)
2012–13 France Edwin Jackson (ASVEL) United States Dwight Buycks (BCM) France Livio Jean-Charles (ASVEL) United States Tony Dobbins (Poitiers) France Edwin Jackson (ASVEL) France Christian Monschau (BCM)
2013–14 France Antoine Diot (Strasbourg) United States Randal Falker (Nancy) Switzerland Clint Capela (Chalon) United States Tony Dobbins (Dijon) Switzerland Clint Capela (Chalon) France Jean-Louis Borg (Dijon)
2014–15 France Adrien Moerman (Limoges) France Petr Cornelie (Le Mans) France Florent Piétrus (Nancy) France Benjamin Sene (Nancy) France Vincent Collet (Strasbourg)
2015–16 United States Devin Booker (Chalon) France Frank Ntilikina (Strasbourg) France Charles Kahudi (ASVEL) France Wilfried Yeguete (Pau-Orthez) France Vincent Collet (Strasbourg)

L'Équipe awards (1994–2005)[edit]

Between 1994 and 2005, the French newspaper, L'Équipe, also conducted a selection of the best French and foreign players of the league, through a vote of journalists. These awards are also considered official by the Ligue Nationale de Basket (LNB).

Season France French Player's MVP Foreign Player's MVP
1993–94 France Antoine Rigaudeau (Cholet) United States Michael Young (Limoges)
1994–95 France Yann Bonato (Paris) United States David Rivers (Antibes)
1995–96 France Antoine Rigaudeau (Orthez) United States Delaney Rudd (ASVEL)
1996–97 France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) United States Delaney Rudd (ASVEL)
1997–98 France Alain Digbeu (ASVEL) United States Jerry McCullough (BCM)
1998–99 France Laurent Foirest (Orthez) United States Keith Jennings (MSB)
1999–00 France Moustapha Sonko (ASVEL) United States Marcus Brown (Limoges)
2000–01 France Jim Bilba (ASVEL) United States Bill Edwards (ASVEL)
2001–02 France Cyril Julian (Nancy) United States-United Kingdom Tony Dorsey (Cholet)
2002–03 France Laurent Sciarra (Paris) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragan Lukovski (Orthez)
2003–04 France Laurent Foirest (Orthez) United States Rick Hughes (SIG)
2004–05 France Laurent Sciarra (BCM) United States Jermaine Guice (STB)

LNB Pro A MVP[edit]

Main article: LNB Pro A MVP

LNB Pro A Finals MVP[edit]

Main article: LNB Pro A Finals MVP
Season Player Team
2012–13 United States David Lighty JSF Nanterre
2013–14 United States Alex Acker Limoges CSP
2014–15 France Ousmane Camara Limoges CSP

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