yeet
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Most improved?

who is most improved so far?
Te rangi?
your thoughts

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Perf Werld  
Last year

Hard to pick out of Norton, Vague, Hire and Steindl

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Shayno  
Last year

Barlow then delany

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yeet  
Last year

perf world out of the whole nbl :) not just perth:)

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Perthworld  
Last year

But the NBL revolves around Perth! :)

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Anonymous  
Last year

Tuh Rungi of course bru

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proud  
Last year

Te Rangi then Delaney then daylight with Hodgson and Kernich-Drew the only others worth mentioning.

Majok Deng and Anthony Drmic are BUSTS

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Anonymous  
Last year

Barlow has got some form back, but his numbers have been much better earlier in his career, so not a candidate. TeRangi then daylight.

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Hogwash  
Last year

Would like to see Steindl have more big shooting games to put him in contention.
I'm not sure of Norton's numbers at Hawks but with Martin out Perth are benefiting from him running the show.
TeRangi is probably easy favorite right now.

Barlow did have big numbers years back but the award is based only on previous season so why not list him as a contender.

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AussiePride  
Last year

Barlow has to be up there. Non factor the last 2 seasons but big part of Melbourne's performance this year.

Te Rangi the same.

Steindl looking much better but inconsistent.

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Anonymous  
Last year

What about coach of the year? Gleeson would have to be a frontrunner at this stage.

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Mock  
Last year

Te Rangi is FAR ahead of any others for this prize

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Melbourne Boy  
Last year

Mike Kelly coach of the year, how he managed to win a game with that roster is the biggest achievement of the year.

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AD  
Last year

"Mike Kelly coach of the year, how he managed to win a game with that roster is the biggest achievement of the year."

He didn't.
If ever there was a case of a team losing, rather than their opponents winning, that was it.
All he managed to do was keep his team on the court whilst Brisbane fell to pieces.

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Duke Fan  
Last year

Coach of the Year is Bogut, then daylight

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paul  
Last year

I personally think it should be for someone who has improved what they were previously capable of, not returned to previous form. Barlow's having a great year and winding back the clock, but I don't think that's what the MIP should be for.

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Melbourne Boy  
Last year

Gee AD, I was just throwing a bit of shade at the crappy Cairns team, felt sorry for poor coach Mike in his first gig, now he's just as bad, oh well I guess there will be only 8 teams again next year and Manu will have to be happy with following the Marlins.

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Anonymous  
Last year

Drmic 16pt game...bust?

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