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NBA Most Improved Player Award Winners


Posted Feb 26 2013 12:03PM

A year-by-year list of the NBA's Most Improved Player award winners:

Year Player Team
2011-12 Ryan Anderson Orlando Magic
2010-11 Kevin Love Minnesota Timberwolves
2009-10 Aaron Brooks Houston Rockets
2008-09 Danny Granger Indiana Pacers
2007-08 Hedo Turkoglu Orlando Magic
2006-07 Monta Ellis Golden State Warriors
2005-06 Boris Diaw Phoenix Suns
2004-05 Bobby Simmons Los Angeles Clippers
2003-04 Zach Randolph Portland Trail Blazers
2002-03 Gilbert Arenas Golden State Warriors
2001-02 Jermaine O'Neal Indiana Pacers
2000-01 Tracy McGrady Orlando Magic
1999-00 Jalen Rose Indiana Pacers
1998-99 Darrell Armstrong Orlando Magic
1997-98 Alan Henderson Atlanta Hawks
1996-97 Isaac Austin Miami Heat
1995-96 Gheorghe Muresan Washington Bullets
1994-95 Dana Barros Philadelphia 76ers
1993-94 Don MacLean Washington Bullets
1992-93 Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Denver Nuggets
1991-92 Pervis Ellison Washington Bullets
1990-91 Scott Skiles Orlando Magic
1989-90 Rony Seikaly Miami Heat
1988-89 Kevin Johnson Phoenix Suns
1987-88 Kevin Duckworth Portland Trail Blazers
1986-87 Dale Ellis Seattle SuperSonics
1985-86 Alvin Robertson San Antonio Spurs
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