[phpwiki]NBL Best Defensive Player

The NBL Best Defensive Player award was first awarded to Adelaides Ray Wood. The player with the most NBL Best Defensive Player awards is Darnell Mee with 5 awards. Many think tht if the NBL awarded the award in 1984, 85 & 86 that Phil Smyth could of won the award 6-7 times.

 Year Player
 1980 Ray Wood       West Adelaide Bearcats
 1981 Ray Wood       West Adelaide Bearcats
 1982 Phil Smyth     Canberra Cannons
 1983 Phil Smyth     Canberra Cannons
 1984 not awarded
 1985 not awarded
 1986 not awarded
 1987 Leroy Loggins  Brisbane Bullets
 1988 Phil Smyth     Canberra Cannons
 1989 Phil Smyth     Canberra Cannons
 1990 Leroy Loggins  Brisbane Bullets
 1991 Terry Dozier   Newcastle Falcons
 1992 Terry Dozier   Newcastle Falcons
 1993 Terry Dozier   Newcastle Falcons
 1994 Darren Lucas   South East Melbourne Magic
 1995 Darren Lucas   South East Melbourne Magic
 1996 Isaac Burton   Sydney Kings
 1997 Mike Kelly     South East Melbourne Magic
 1998 Mike Kelly     South East Melbourne Magic
 1999 Darnell Mee    Adelaide 36ers
 2000 Darnell Mee    Adelaide 36ers
 2001 Darnell Mee    Adelaide 36ers
 2002 Simon Dwight   West Sydney Razorbacks
 2003 Glen Saville   Wollongong Hawks
 2004 Ben Castle     Brisbane Bullets
 2005 Darnell Mee    Wollongong Hawks
 2006 Darnell Mee    Cairns Taipans
 2007 Sam Mackinnon  Brisbane Bullets
 2008 Chris Anstey   Melbourne Tigers
 2009 Adam Gibson    South Dragons
 2010 Dillon Boucher NZ Breakers
 2011 Damian Martin  Perth Wildcats
 2012 Damian Martin  Perth Wildcats
 2013 Damian Martin  Perth Wildcats
 2014 Damian Martin  Perth Wildcats


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