For the first time in NBBL history, the regular season MVP goes out to an individual that didn't reach the final game of the season. Despite the early exit from the Playoffs, Shane Rowe of team Level One earns his first ever NBBL MVP honours. Dominate on both ends of the floor, Shane was among the top leaders in scoring and rebounding all season. NBBL Staff were able to first see Shane play his first game last Fall for team Merciless.
"This season with team Level One, Shane improved his game more than anyone I've ever season from one season to the next, said NBBL President, Justin Avery. He was dominate during the NBBL Fall League on the glass, but developed a polished offensive game this season that put him among the top scorers in the league. On several occasions throughout the season, spectators came up to me after games telling me how Shane has become one of the toughest players to play against in the entire league."
Rowe's ability to rebound the ball all season on the offensive end was unmatched by anyone around the league. Shane is one of the hardest working players on the court at all times and has a motor that never seems to run out!
*in order to be considered for MVP, individuals must have played a minimum of 4 games