Dutch Basketball League awards, honours, and leaders
In basketball, points are the sum of the score accumulated through free throws or field goals. The Dutch Basketball League's (DBL) scoring title is awarded to the player with the highest points per game average in a given season.
|Name of the player and number of times they had won the award at that point (if more than one)|
|Name of the club and the number of times a player of it has won the award (if more than one)|
|Denotes player whose team won championship that year|
|Denotes player who is still active in the DBL|
|Points per game|
|1985–86||York Gross||Forward||United States||BSW Weert||195||24.4|
|1986–87||Donald Petties||Guard||United States||BSW Weert (2)||888||26.1|
|1987–88||Keith Williams||Guard||United States||BSW Weert (3)||991||27.5|
|1989–90||Maurice Smith||Forward||United States||Eindhoven||837||25.4|
|1990–91||Maurice Smith (2)||Forward||United States||Eindhoven (2)||806||27.8|
|1991–92||Lenzie Howell||Forward||United States||Red Giants Meppel||777||28.8|
|1992–93||Mark Hill||Guard||United States||BSW Weert (4)||195||24.4|
|1993–94||Larenzo Nash||Guard||United States||Zwijndrecht||225||22.5|
|1994–95||Dylan Ridgon||Guard||United States||Den Bosch||354||22.1|
|1995–96||Michael Huger||Guard||United States||Rotterdam (2)||354||22.1|
|1996–97||Donell Thomas||Forward||United States||Donar||541||24.6|
|1997–98||Donell Thomas (2)||Forward||United States||Donar (2)||908||28.4|
|1998–99||Jamal Wilson||Guard||United States||Voorburg||765||26.4|
|1999–00||Quentin Hall||Guard||United States||Virtus Werkendam||630||20.3|
|2000–01||Omar Sneed||Forward||United States||BSW Weert (5)||867||27.1|
|2001–02||Mack Tuck||Forward||United States||Donar (3)||514||24.5|
|2002–03||Travis Young||Guard||United States||Omniworld Almere||517||21.5|
|2003–04||Marcel Huijbens||Center||Netherlands||Den Bosch (2)||711||19.8|
|2004–05||Brandon Woudstra||Guard||United States||Aris Leeuwarden||651||23.3|
|2005–06||Chris Woods||Forward||United States||BSW Weert (6)||597||23.0|
|2006–07||Alhaji Mohammed||Forward||United States||Magixx||789||23.2|
|2007–08||Darnell Wilson||Forward||United States||Landstede Zwolle||703||19.5|
|2008–09||Matt Bauscher||Guard||United States||Aris Leeuwarden (2)||836||22.0|
|2009–10||Danny Gibson||Guard||United States||ZZ Leiden||677||18.8|
|2010–11||Glenn Stokes||Guard||United States||BSW Weert (7)||587||16.7|
|2011–12||Tyrone Sally||Forward||United States||Rotterdam (3)||461||18.4|
|2012–13||Anthony Miles||Guard||United States||Rotterdam (4)||638||18.8|
|2013–14||Darius Theus||Guard||United States||Aris Leeuwarden (3)||609||16.9|
|2014–15||Yannick Franke||Guard||Netherlands||Rotterdam (4)||550||19.6|
|2015–16||Javier Duren||Guard||United States||Aris Leeuwarden (4)||495||17.7|
|2016–17||Jordan Gregory||Guard||United States||Aris Leeuwarden (5)||518||18.5|
|2017–18||Ordane Kanda-Kanyinda||Guard||Belgium||Rotterdam (5)||582||18.8|
|2018–19||Darius Thompson||Guard||United States||ZZ Leiden (2)||640||19.4|
|2019–20||Xavier Cannefax||Guard||United States||Apollo Amsterdam||371||21.8|
|2020–21||Emmanuel Nzekwesi||Center||Netherlands||ZZ Leiden (3)||528||21.8|
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