ALBURY-Wodonga Bandits star T.J. Robinson has been rewarded for his consistency by taking out the club’s most valuable player award.
The US import will play for French outfit BC Orchies in the LNB Pro B league for the upcoming European season.
It remains unclear if he will return to the Bandits next year.
“He was fantastic,” Bandits’ president Steve Wright said.
“Every week you could count him in for 23 points and 13 rebounds.”
Robinson polled 43 votes to edge out Deba George, who took out Lance Collins Memorial Award, by two.
JT Terrell came third on 13.
Jack Duck took out the player’s player award.
Dij Adams won the Lady Bandits’ most valuable player award with Emma Mahady winning the coach’s award.
Steph Gorman was most improved, Sharon Kirby took out club person of the year and TJ Robinson received the Allen McCowan Memorial Award.