- Audry Christo (Cambridge Location) rising 8th grader from Bedford, MA
- Erin Cann (Billerica Location) rising 8th grader from Billerica, MA
- Derek Leffler (Billerica Location) rising 8th grader from Tewksbury, MA
- Noah Thomas (North Shore Location) rising 7th grader from Salem, MA
- Shelby Casimir (North Shore Location) rising 9th grader from Marblehead, MA
- Chloe Giordano (North Shore Location) rising 7th grader from Revere, MA
Winning Most Improved Player means that as an athlete, and as a person, you are able and willing to improve who you are and how you operate. It means putting in many hours of hard work and being repetitive and effective in your practicing. Many individuals don’t believe they need to improve and fail to take a self inventory of where they are at at the moment. It’s easy to become pretty good at something, but it’s not easy to go from being good to being great.
With the assistance from dedicated staff and coaches from Premier Hoops, these young athletes from Massachusetts are realizing their potential and learning skills that they will be able to apply in real world situations.
Let’s take a look some of the Most Improved Players from the NBA and WNBA:
Many recipients of the Most Improved Player Award went on to have long and successful careers. Not everyone has the luxury of being great at something right out of the gate. Recipients of the Most Improved Player Award possess the hard work and dedication which coaches are always looking for.