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Player/Coach of the Season

The 2012/13 BBL league season is coming to a close with the Leicester Riders closing in on the BBL crown and top seeding in the play-offs. The BBL Trophy and BBL Cup have both been decided going to the Riders and Sheffield Sharks respectively in a season which has seen London and Manchester join the league.

But who has been the stand out player in the BBL League, Trophy and Cup? And who has been the top coach?

Well the UK Basketball Hub want you to vote who you think is the top player and coach on our pole!

We have decided on three managers and ten players who you can vote for which are as follows:

The Players

Andrew Sullivan (Leicester Riders)
Jay Couisnard (Leicester Riders)
Chez Marks (Cheshire Pheonix)
Matthew Schneck (Plymouth Raiders)
BJ Holmes (Sheffield Sharks)
Joe Chapman (Newcastle Eagles)
Charles Smith (Newcastle Eagles)
Chavis Holmes (Surrey Heat)
Orlan Jackman (London Lions)
Alex Owumni (Worcester Wolves)

- Kareem Maddox is someone who has been suggested but the current poll cannot be edited and therefore if you want to vote for Kareem or anyone else tweet @UK_BBHUB with the name of your vote; this counts for coach of the year also!

The Coaches

Fabulous Flournoy (Newcastle Eagles)
Robert Pasternostro (Leicester Riders)
Atiba Lyons (Sheffield Sharks)

To vote go to our 'Vote' tab or click here !

VOTE DEADLINE: Monday 29th April

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