Philippine Basketball Association Best Player of the Conference Award

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The Philippine Basketball Association's Best Player of the Conference Award is given to the best local (Filipino or part-Filipino) player at the end of each conference (tournament). It was first awarded in the 1994 All-Filipino Conference.

The Best Import Award is given to the best player (non-Filipino) at the end of each conference.

Criteria[edit]

The method of selecting the Best Player of the Conference is similar on how the season's Most Valuable Player is selected. The criteria used since the 2011-12 PBA season are as follows:

  • 40% average statistical points
  • 30% press and media votes
  • 25% players' votes
  • 5% Commissioner's Office

Statistical points (SP) are computed as follows:

  • 1 SP for every point scored, rebound assist, steal and shot blocked.
  • 10 bonus points for every game won where the player played up to the semifinals.
  • 15 bonus points for every game won where the player played in the Finals
  • Deduction of 1 SP for every turnover, 5 SP for every technical or flagrant foul without ejection, and 15 SP for any technical or flagrant foul that results in an ejection.

In addition, a Filipino player can only be eligible for awards if he played in at least 70% of his team's games.[1]

List of awardees[edit]

Philippine Basketball Association awards and honors
Championship
Individual annual awards
Individual conference awards
Honors


Season Conference Best Player Team
1994 All-Filipino Jerry Codiñera Coney Island
Commissioner's Alvin Patrimonio Purefoods
Governors' Vergel Meneses Swift
1995 All-Filipino Vergel Meneses Sunkist
Commissioner's Vergel Meneses Sunkist
Governors' Allan Caidic San Miguel
1996 All-Filipino Alvin Patrimonio Purefoods
Commissioner's Bong Hawkins Alaska
Governors' Marlou Aquino Ginebra
1997 All-Filipino Nelson Asaytono San Miguel
Commissioner's Johnny Abarrientos Alaska
Governors' Alvin Patrimonio Purefoods
1998 All-Filipino Nelson Asaytono San Miguel
Commissioner's Kenneth Duremdes Alaska
Governors' Jerry Codiñera Purefoods
1999 All-Filipino Eric Menk Tanduay
Commissioner's Benjie Paras Shell
Governors' Danny Seigle San Miguel
2000 All-Filipino Kenneth Duremdes Alaska
Commissioner's Danny Ildefonso San Miguel
Governors' Danny Ildefonso San Miguel
2001 All-Filipino Danny Ildefonso San Miguel
Commissioner's Danny Ildefonso San Miguel
Governors' Danny Ildefonso San Miguel
2002 Governors' Rey Evangelista Purefoods
Commissioner's Davonn Harp Red Bull
All-Filipino Jeffrey Cariaso Coca Cola
2003 All-Filipino Asi Taulava Talk 'N Text
Invitational Ali Peek Alaska
Reinforced Rudy Hatfield Coca Cola
(2004) Fiesta Eric Menk Barangay Ginebra
2004-05 Philippine Eric Menk Barangay Ginebra
Fiesta Willie Miller Talk 'N Text
2005-06 Fiesta Enrico Villanueva Red Bull
Philippine Danny Seigle San Miguel
2006-07 Philippine Mark Caguioa Barangay Ginebra
Fiesta Mark Cardona Talk 'N Text
2007-08 Philippine Kelly Williams Sta. Lucia
Fiesta Jayjay Helterbrand Barangay Ginebra
2008-09 Philippine Willie Miller Alaska
Fiesta Jayjay Helterbrand Barangay Ginebra
2009-10 Philippine James Yap Purefoods
Fiesta Jay Washington San Miguel
2010-11 Philippine Jay Washington San Miguel
Commissioner's Jimmy Alapag Talk 'N Text
Governors' Arwind Santos Petron Blaze
2011-12 Philippine Gary David Powerade
Commissioner's Mark Caguioa Barangay Ginebra
Governors' Mark Caguioa Barangay Ginebra
2012-13 Philippine Jayson Castro Talk 'N Text
Commissioner's L.A. Tenorio Barangay Ginebra
Governors' Arwind Santos Petron Blaze
2013-14 Philippine June Mar Fajardo Petron Blaze
Commissioner's Jayson Castro Talk 'N Text
Governors' Ranidel de Ocampo Talk 'N Text
2014-15 Philippine June Mar Fajardo San Miguel
Commissioner's Jayson Castro Talk 'N Text
Governors' June Mar Fajardo San Miguel

Multiple-time winners[edit]

Total Player
5 Danny Ildefonso
3 Vergel Meneses
Eric Menk
Alvin Patrimonio
Mark Caguioa
Jayson Castro
June Mar Fajardo
2 Johnny Abarrientos
Nelson Asaytono
Jerry Codiñera
Kenneth Duremdes
Willie Miller
Arwind Santos
Danny Seigle
Jayjay Helterbrand
Jay Washington

References[edit]