List of Continental Basketball Association MVPs and Notable Alumni - All-Star Game Most Valuable Players

All-Star Game Most Valuable Players

  • 1961 - Alex "Boo" Ellis, Wilkes-Barre Barons
  • 1963 - Bobby McNeill, Camden Bullets
  • 1964 - Jimmie Hadnot, Trenton Colonials
  • 1965 - Bobby McNeill, Camden Bullets
  • 1966 - Walt Simon, Allentown Jets
  • 1967 - Willie Murrell, Scranton Miners
  • 1968 - Willis "Spider" Bennett, Hartford Capitols
  • 1969 - Jim Jackson, Scranton Miners
  • 1970 - John Savage, Wilmington Blue Bombers
  • 1971 - Willie Somerset, Scranton Apollos
  • 1972 - Reggie Lacefield, Hartford Capitols
  • 1977 - Jim Bostic, Jersey Shore Bullets
  • 1978 - Jim Bostic, Jersey Shore Bullets
  • 1979 - Andre McCarter, Rochester Zeniths
  • 1982 - Brad Branson, Anchorage Northern Knights
  • 1983 - Larry Spriggs, Albany Patroons
  • 1984 - Anthony Roberts, Wyoming Wildcatters
  • 1985 - Rick Lamb, Wyoming Wildcatters
  • 1986 - Don Collins, Tampa Bay Thrillers
  • 1987 - Eddie Johnson, Tampa Bay Thrillers
  • 1988 - Michael Brooks, Albany Patroons
  • 1989 - Dwayne McClain, Rockford Lightning
  • 1990 - Conner Henry, Rapid City Thrillers
  • 1991 - Vincent Askew, Albany Patroons
  • 1992 - Conner Henry, Yakima Sun Kings
  • 1993 - Pat Durham, Fargo-Moorhead Fever
  • 1994 - Jeff Martin, Grand Rapids Hoops
  • 1995 - Tony Dawson, Rockford Lightning
  • 1996 - Shelton Jones, Florida Beachdogs
  • 1997 - Dexter Boney, Florida Beachdogs
  • 2000 - Dontae' Jones, LaCrosse Bobcats
Roberto Bergersen won the Bobby Phills Award for MVP of the Rookie Game that preceded the 2000 All-Star contest.
  • 2003 - Versile Shaw, Sioux Falls Skyforce
  • 2004 - Roberto Bergersen, Idaho Stampede
  • 2005 - Sam Clancy, Jr., Idaho Stampede
  • 2006 - Randy Holcomb, Gary Steelheads
  • 2007 - Ralph Holmes, Yakama Sun Kings
  • 2008 - Odell Bradley, Butte Daredevils
  • 2009 - Gary Smith, Gary Steelheads

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