NBA Development League Most Valuable Player Award

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The NBA Development League Most Valuable Player (MVP) is an annual NBA Development League (D-League) award given since the league's inaugural season to the best performing player of the regular season. The league's head coaches determine the award by voting and it is usually presented to the honoree during the D-League playoffs.[1]

No player has been named the MVP more than once, and no international player has won the award. Ansu Sesay was the inaugural winner while playing for the Greenville Groove.[2] By position, guards have dominated the award with nine winners, followed by forwards with six. Only one center has won, Courtney Sims in 2008–09.

Winners[edit]

Denotes the year two MVPs were named.
Ansu Sesay won the league's first award in 2002.
Devin Brown won the award in 2003 while playing for the Fayetteville Patriots.
Season Player Position Nationality Team
2001–02 Sesay, AnsuAnsu Sesay Forward  United States Greenville Groove
2002–03 Brown, DevinDevin Brown Guard  United States Fayetteville Patriots
2003–04 Brown, TierreTierre Brown Guard  United States Charleston Lowgators
2004–05 Carroll, MattMatt Carroll Guard  United States Roanoke Dazzle
2005–06 Fizer, MarcusMarcus Fizer Forward  United States Austin Toros
2006–07 Livingston, RandyRandy Livingston Guard  United States Idaho Stampede
2007–08 Powell, KasibKasib Powell Forward  United States Sioux Falls Skyforce
2008–09 Sims, CourtneyCourtney Sims Center  United States Iowa Energy
2009–10 Harris, MikeMike Harris Forward  United States Rio Grande Valley Vipers
2010–11 Stinson, CurtisCurtis Stinson Guard  United States Iowa Energy
2011–12 Dentmon, JustinJustin Dentmon Guard  United States Austin Toros
2012–13 Goudelock, AndrewAndrew Goudelock Guard  United States Rio Grande Valley Vipers
2013–14 Howard, RonRon Howard Guard  United States Fort Wayne Mad Ants
Jeffers, OthyusOthyus Jeffers Forward  United States Iowa Energy
2014–15 Frazier, TimTim Frazier Guard  United States Maine Red Claws
2015–16 Stokes, JarnellJarnell Stokes Forward  United States Sioux Falls Skyforce

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jarnell Stokes Named 2015-16 NBA Development League MVP". NBA.com. April 14, 2016. Retrieved April 15, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Groove's Sesay Named 2001-02 NBDL MVP". NBA.com. March 27, 2002. Retrieved April 15, 2016. 

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