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Nomination Criteria & Process

Who can nominate?
Associations can nominate people for some of these awards, while other awards are proposed by BBNZ, National Coaches or are selected from past recipients of other awards.

What is the process?
  • BBNZ Awards are held annually
  • Nominations are open from 12 December 2017 to 9 March 2018
  • The awards are decided by the appropriate sign-off authority being the Awards Selection Committee, or the BBNZ CEO, or the BBNZ Board.
  • The decision of the sign-off authorities is final and no correspondence will be entered into
  • Award recipients will be invited to an awards function at the expense of BBNZ (flights and accommodation for the awards recipients only)


How can I nominate someone?
Complete the appropriate online form. You will not be able to submit the form unless all mandatory fields have been completed. A link to each form can be found at the end of each award section below.  

What is the criteria?
Each award has different criteria.  Below is a description of each award, the criteria and the sign-off.


TIER 1

Legend Award
Description - The Legend Award is made to any player, coach, technical official or contributor, who in the opinion of the BBNZ Board has achieved 'legend' status in the sport of basketball and whose service to basketball is worthy of the highest honour.

Criteria - The Legend Award is the ultimate award in the BBNZ Hall of Fame category and can be made only to persons who have been inducted into the BBNZ Hall of Fame previously.  One legend may be inducted each award period. In exceptional circumstances the Board may approve more than one Legend Award in an award period.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Can only be selected from past recipients of the Hall of Fame.

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ Board

Nomination Form:

Not Applicable



TIER 2


Hall of Fame
Description - The BBNZ Hall of Fame (BBNZHOF) is created to recognise those people who have made a distinguished contribution to the sport of basketball in New Zealand at any level. The intention is to reflect the history of the sport in NZ. Inductees will be in four divisions: (a) coach, (b) Player, (c) technical official, (d) contributor.

Criteria
  1. A player must be retired for at least 2 years from the highest level of competition in which he/she competed to be eligible for induction into BBNZHOF.
  2. The Award will reflect distinguished contribution to basketball in New Zealand in one of the four divisions.
  3. A maximum of four inductees per award period per division is allowed. In exceptional circumstances the BBNZ Board may approve more than four inductions in a division in any award period.
  4. Awards do not have to be made in each division in each award period.
  5. Awards may be made posthumously.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ Board

Nomination Form:

Hall of Fame Nomination Form



Sir Lance Cross Award
Description - For exceptional services to basketball.

Criteria - Eligibility for this Award shall be considered against one or more of the following:
  1. any person or organisation that, in the opinion of the Board, has given outstanding service to New Zealand Basketball at national and/or international levels over an extended period, and/or
  2. any person who, in the opinion of the BBNZ Board, has brought honour and achievement to New Zealand Basketball at the national or international level.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ Board

Nomination Form:

Sir Lance Cross Award Nomination Form



Zena B. Gay Award 
Description - Presented to someone who has made a notable contribution to women's basketball in New Zealand.

Criteria - Eligibility for this Award shall be considered against one or more of the following:
  1. any person or organisation that, in the opinion of the BBNZ Board, has given outstanding service to New Zealand women’s Basketball at national and/or international levels over an extended period, and/or
  2. any person who, in the opinion of the BBNZ Board, has brought honour and achievement to New Zealand women’s Basketball at the national or international level.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ Board

Nomination Form:

Zena B. Gay Award Nomination Form



Murray McMahon Award
Description - Presented to someone who has made a notable contribution to men's basketball in New Zealand.

Criteria - Eligibility for this Award shall be considered against one or more of the following:
  1. any person or organisation that, in the opinion of the BBNZ Board, has given outstanding service to New Zealand men’s Basketball at national and/or international levels over an extended period, and/or
  2. any person who, in the opinion of the BBNZ Board, has brought honour and achievement to New Zealand men’s Basketball at the national or international level.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ Board

Nomination Form:

Murray McMahon Award Nomination Form



TIER 3


Male Player of the Year
Criteria - Based on their National and International performance, their statistical performance and season accolades.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Tall Blacks Head Coach and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Male Player of the Year Award Nomination Form



Female Player of the Year
Criteria - Based on their National and International performance, their statistical performance and season accolades.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Tall Ferns Head Coach and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Female Player of the Year Award Nomination Form



MVP 
Criteria- Based on their statistical performance and season accolades. They will have upheld the qualities of basketball including integrity, sportsmanship, and leadership and will be a role model for the game.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

All National Coaches and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

MVP Nomination Form



Carolyn Grey Award
Description - Female Coach of the Year

Criteria - Awarded to the female coach who has given an outstanding contribution to coaching basketball in New Zealand during the award period

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

BBNZ (Coach Development Manager)

Selected by:

Not applicable

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Carolyn Grey Award Nomination Form



Keith Mair Award
Description - Male Coach of the Year

Criteria - Awarded to the male coach who has given an outstanding contribution to coaching basketball in New Zealand during the award period.


Sign-off 

Recommended by:

BBNZ (Coach Development Manager)

Selected by:

Not applicable

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Keith Mair Award Nomination Form



Lance McLoughlin Trophy
Description- Female Junior Player of the Year

Criteria - Awarded to the female junior player who has achieved most during the award period and demonstrates the qualities of integrity, sportsmanship and character.


Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Junior Tall Ferns Head Coach

Selected by:

Not applicable

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Lance McLoughlin Trophy Nomination Form



Ambassadors Trophy
Description - Male Junior Player of the Year

Criteria- Awarded to the male junior player who has achieved most during the award period and demonstrates the qualities of integrity, sportsmanship and character.


Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Junior Tall Blacks Head Coach

Selected by:

Not applicable

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Ambassadors Trophy Nomination Form



Association of the Year
Criteria - Criteria to include: growth in numbers, innovation, membership audit, tournaments hosted and generally upholding the principles and integrity of basketball in their area.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Not applicable

Selected by:

BBNZ CEO

Approved by:

BBNZ Board

Nomination Form:

Not applicable



Cedric Cudby Volunteer Award
Description - Notable Voluntary Services to Basketball in one of the following categories:
  1. Officiating
  2. Coaching of basketball
  3. Administration/Management
  4. extension of basketball

Criteria - Awarded to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to basketball in New Zealand over ten years or more at any level in any of the four categories listed. A maximum of two awards may be made in each award period.


Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Cedric Cudby Award Nomination Form



Services to Coaching Award
Description - Notable contribution to coaching basketball in New Zealand (outside of the NBL/Internationals).

Criteria- Awarded to the coach who has given an outstanding contribution to coaching basketball in New Zealand over a prolonged period of time.

Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Service to Coaching Award Nomination Form



Ian Goodwin Services to Officiating
Description- Notable contribution to officiating (refereeing, score bench and statistics) in New Zealand (outside of the NBL/Internationals).

Criteria- Awarded to an official of basketball who has given an outstanding contribution to officiating basketball in New Zealand over a prolonged period of time.


Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Ian Goodwin Services to Officiating Nomination Form



TIER 4


Long Service Awards
Description- 30, 40 and 50 year service awards

Criteria - To honour people who have contributed 30, 40 or 50 years to basketball in New Zealand at any level. All recipients will receive the 30, 40 or 50 year pin with the 50 year contributors also receiving a plaque.


Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ

Selected by:

Awards Selection Committee

Approved by:

BBNZ CEO

Nomination Form:

Long Service Awards Nomination Form


Life Membership
Description - To honour members of the basketball community for their outstanding and longstanding contribution to basketball in New Zealand.

Criteria - The primary requirement is high-level personal effort or initiative, in one of the designated areas that has contributed to the performance/s of players, technical officials, coaches, administrators, other volunteers and/or to the development and status of the sport of basketball in New Zealand.


Sign-off 

Recommended by:

Associations and BBNZ Board members

Selected by:

BBNZ Board

Approved by:

BBNZ AGM to be voted on

Nomination Form:

Life Membership Nomination Form


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