SOCIAL MEDIA
SCOREBOARD
06/20 BEL 139 vs. SEA 118 Final
06/17 SAL 123 vs. VAN 137 Final
06/17 POR 121 vs. LST 109 Final
06/15 VAN 134 vs. LST 99 Final
06/14 SEA 136 vs. LST 107 Final
06/13 BEL 155 vs. LST 116 Final
06/29 VAN 126 vs. BEL 143 Final
06/28 BEL 136 vs. SEA 105 Final
06/28 VAN 156 vs. POR 148 Final
06/28 SAL 136 vs. SEA 144 Final
06/24 POR 141 vs. VAN 133 Final
06/22 BEL 137 vs. VAN 139 Final
IN THE GAME WATCH LIST
1. 6'2" G Andre Murray (Vancouver Volcanoes) signed bj-League Bambitious Nara

Murray earned the 2014 IBL MVP award, the second of his career (2012 IBL MVP). Murray finished the season as the league leader in points, assists, and steals per game. Murray was a 2014 First Team All-Star. Murray went on the record this season and commented on his increased dedication this past offseason to achieve his MVP level of play, and his hard work paid off immensely. Murray averaged 34.6 points, 6.4 rebounds, 8.2 assists, and 3.9 steals in 39.3 minutes.

2. 6'6" F Germain Jordan (Portland Chinooks) signed by Sweden

Jordan has now won back-to-back IBL Most Improved Player Awards (2013, 2014), and helped carry the Chinooks at the end of the season and into the playoffs. Jordan found a way to improve upon an amazing 2013 season. Jordan enjoyed his highest IBL career averages in points, rebounds and most importantly in his three point shooting percentage (48.8%). Last season, Jordan shot 25.6% from downtown. Jordan remained one of Portland's most lethal players alongside Jared Cunningham all season long. Jordan was a 2014 First Team All-Star. Jordan averaged 27.2 points, 11.8 rebounds, and 5.3 assists in 37.0 minutes.

3. 6'3" G Morris Anderson (Bellingham Slam)

Anderson earned 2014 First Team All-Star honors and shined the brightest on the biggest stage at the end of the season. Anderson averaged 36.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists, and 4.0 steals in the 2014 IBL Playoffs, helping his team win the 2014 IBL championship for a third straight year.

4. 6'5" C Blake Poole (Bellingham Slam)

Poole finished the regular season as the IBL's top rebounder, and was selected as a 2014 First Team All-Star. Poole was also named 2014 IBL Defensive Player of the Year. On top of his stellar overall rebounding average, Poole snagged an amazing 11.2 defensive rebounds per game en route to securing the Defensive Player of the Year award.. Poole averaged 17.0 points, 14.8 rebounds, 6.1 assists, and 2.7 steals in 16 games (16 starts).
5. 6'9" F Jared Cunningham (Portland Chinooks)

Cunningham rounded out the 2014 First Team All-Star squad, and averaged 25.9 points, 8.0 rebounds, and 3.2 assists in 13 games (13 starts) for the Portland Chinooks this past season. It was Cunningham's third consecutive season playing for Portland.

6. 6'7" G Tyrone White Jr. (Salem Sabres))

White Jr. was named as a 2014 Second Team All-Star, and proved to be a very talented scorer for the Sabres this season. White Jr. averaged 29.4 points, 5.6 rebounds 3.0 assists, and 2.4 steals in 39.8 minutes.

7. 6'9" F Brian Morris (Vancouver Volcanoes)

Morris blossomed into a key piece for Vancouver as the season progressed and came up big in the playoffs for the Volcanoes. Morris was named as a 2014 Second Team All-Star. Morris averaged 21.4 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 3.3 assists in 32.2 minutes.

8. 6'5" F Terrence Glynn (Salem Sabres))

Glynn was selected to the 2014 Second Team All-Star squad and had four consecutive double-doubles to close out the season. The Western Oregon University alum averaged 16.3 points, 12.6 rebounds, 1.0 blocks and 2.4 steals in 33.1 minutes.

9. 6'9" F Kevin Ford (Portland Chinooks)

Ford earned 2014 Third Team All-Star honors in a short amount of work this season, his fourth in the IBL. In 5 games, Ford averaged 19.6 points, 9.0 rebounds, and 3.2 assists after coming back to the IBL from a successive overseas stint in Colombia.

10. 6'9" C Austin Bragg (Bellingham Slam)

Bragg was named 2014 IBL Finals MVP, and deservedly so. In the playoffs, Bragg averaged 18.5 points, and 9.5 rebounds in 29.0 minutes. Bragg was a terrific rookie for the Bellingham Slam, and established himself as a leader for the squad.

Honorable Mentions: IBL All Stars 6'10" C Calvin Hampton (Vancouver Volcanoes), 6'9" C Frantz Dorsainvill (Salem Sabres), 6'7" G Cory Largent (Vancouver Volcanoes), 6'1" G Carlos Singer (Seattle Flight), 6'5" F Marcellus Kemp (Seattle Flight), 6'6" F Adam Herman (Vancouver Volcanoes) - 2014 IBL Rookie of the Year, 6'7" F Nick Moore (Bellingham Slam) - 2014 IBL Sixth Man