Corey Maggette Named Big 3 Basketball MVP

Big 3 Basketball The 2018 awards for the Big 3 Basketball League have been announced and Corey Maggette (198 cm, Duke’99) of Power has been named the Most Valuable Player (MVP). Maggette is a 14-year NBA veteran who last played in that league in 2012-13 for the Charlotte Bobcats. He was known as a scorer during his prime and he used those same tools to help lead his team to great heights in 2018. He edged out former Temple standout David Hawkins.

The season may not be over yet but the Power is in good shape as they sit atop of the standings with an impressive 7-1 record.

MVP: Corey Maggette (Power)

Coach of the Year: Nancy Lieberman (Power)

Captain of the Year: Corey Maggette (Power)

Defensive Player of the Year: Chris ‘Birdman’ Andersen (Power)

Too Hard to Guard: Al Harrington (Trilogy)

Trash Talker: Gary Payton (3-Headed Monsters)

4th Man of the Year: Andre Emmett (3’s Company)

BIG Community Award: Ricky Davis (Ghost Ballers)

Ice Cube’s Big 3 Basketball League has been a success and has been entertaining hoops fans with a nostalgic vibe and great basketball action.

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