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ABA Year-to-Year Postseason Award Winners

ABA Most Valuable Player

1967-68 Connie Hawkins, Pittsburgh
1968-69 Mel Daniels, Indiana
1969-70 Spencer Haywood, Denver
1970-71 Mel Daniels, Indiana
1971-72 Artis Gilmore, Kentucky
1972-73 Billy Cunningham, Carolina
1973-74 Julius Erving, New York
1974-75 Julius Erving, New York and
George McGinnis, Indiana (tie)
1975-76 Julius Erving, New York

ABA Rookie of the Year

1967-68 Mel Daniels, Minnesota
1968-69 Warren Armstrong, Oakland
1969-70 Spencer Haywood, Denver
1970-71 Charlie Scott, Virginia and
Dan Issel, Kentucky (tie)
1971-72 Artis Gilmore, Kentucky
1972-73 Brian Taylor, New York
1973-74 Swen Nater, San Antonio
1974-75 Marvin Barnes, St. Louis
1975-76 David Thompson, Denver

ABA Coach of the Year

1967-68 Vince Cazzetta, Pittsburgh
1968-69 Alex Hannum, Oakland
1969-70 Bill Sharman, Los Angeles and
Joe Belmont, Denver (tie)
1970-71 Al Bianchi, Virginia
1971-72 Tom Nissalke, Dallas
1972-73 Larry Brown, Carolina
1973-74 Babe McCarthy, Kentucky and
Joe Mullaney, Utah (tie)
1974-75 Larry Brown, Denver
1975-76 Larry Brown, Denver

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ABA Executive of the Year

1972-73 Carl Scheer, Carolina
1973-74 Jack Ankerson, San Antonio
1974-75 Carl Scheer, Denver
1975-76 Carl Scheer, Denver

ABA Finals Most Valuable Player

1967-68 Connie Hawkins, Pittsburgh
1968-69 Warren Armstrong, Oakland
1969-70 Roger Brown, Indiana
1970-71 Zelmo Beaty, Utah
1971-72 Freddie Lewis, Indiana
1972-73 George McGinnis, Indiana
1973-74 Julius Erving, New York
1974-75 Artis Gilmore, Kentucky
1975-76 Julius Erving, New York

ABA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player

1968 Larry Brown, New Orleans
1969 John Beasley, Dallas
1970 Spencer Haywood, Denver
1971 Mel Daniels, Indiana
1972 Dan Issel, Kentucky
1973 Warren Jabali, Denver
1974 Artis Gilmore, Kentucky
1975 Freddie Lewis, St. Louis
1976 David Thompson, Denver

1967-68 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Connie Hawkins, Pittsburgh Roger Brown, Indiana
F Doug Moe, New Orleans Cincy Powell, Dallas
C Mel Daniels, Minnesota John Beasley, Dallas
G Larry Jones, Denver Larry Brown, New Orleans
G Charlie Williams, Pittsburgh Louie Dampier, Kentucky

1968-69 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Connie Hawkins, Minnesota John Beasley, Dallas
F Rick Barry, Oakland Doug Moe, Oakland
C Mel Daniels, Indiana Red Robbins, New Orleans
G Jimmy Jones, New Orleans Donnie Freeman, Miami
G Larry Jones, Denver Louie Dampier, Kentucky

1969-70 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Rick Barry, Washington Roger Brown, Indiana
F Spencer Haywood, Denver Bob Netolicky, Indiana
C Mel Daniels, Indiana Red Robbins, New Orleans
G Bob Verga, Carolina Louie Dampier, Kentucky
G Larry Jones, Denver Donnie Freeman, Miami

1970-71 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Roger Brown, Indiana John Brisker, Pittsburgh
F Rick Barry, New York Joe Caldwell, Carolina
C Mel Daniels, Indiana Zelmo Beaty, Utah and
Dan Issel, Kentucky (tie)
G Mack Calvin, Floridians Donnie Freeman, Texas
G Charlie Scott, Virginia Larry Cannon, Denver

1971-72 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Dan Issel, Kentucky Willie Wise, Utah
F Rick Barry, New York Julius Erving, Virginia
C Artis Gilmore, Kentucky Zelmo Beaty, Utah
G Donnie Freeman, Dallas Ralph Simpson, Denver
G Bill Melchionni, New York Charlie Scott, Virginia

1972-73 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Billy Cunningham, Carolina George McGinnis, Indiana
F Julius Erving, Virginia Dan Issel, Kentucky
C Artis Gilmore, Kentucky Mel Daniels, Indiana
G Jimmy Jones, Utah Ralph Simpson, Denver
G Warren Jabali, Denver Mack Calvin, Carolina

1973-74 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Julius Erving, New York Dan Issel, Kentucky
F George McGinnis, Indiana Willie Wise, Utah
C Artis Gilmore, Kentucky Swen Nater, San Antonio
G Jimmy Jones, Utah Ron Boone, Utah
G Mack Calvin, Carolina Louie Dampier, Kentucky

1974-75 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Julius Erving, New York Marvin Barnes, St. Louis
F George McGinnis, Indiana George Gervin, San Antonio
C Artis Gilmore, Kentucky Swen Nater, San Antonio
G Mack Calvin, Denver Brian Taylor, New York
G Ron Boone, Utah James Silas, San Antonio

1975-76 ABA All-League Team

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

F Julius Erving, New York David Thompson, Denver
F Billy Knight, Indiana Bobby Jones, Denver
C Artis Gilmore, Kentucky Dan Issel, Denver
G James Silas, San Antonio Don Buse, Indiana
G Ralph Simpson, Denver George Gervin, San Antonio

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