Sullivan has had an incredible season with the Riders and has been the driving force behind the clubs' assault on silverware. His leadership and all-round contribution in a number of different facets of the game impressed the BBL head coaches who voted Sullivan as their number one player. He impressed both with his strength defensively, and as an inside-outside offensive threat which has proved a handful for opponents all season.
He was previously crowned MVP when playing with old side and now big rivals, the Newcastle Eagles who the Riders defeated this season in the BBL Cup Final and subsequently took away their BBL Championship title.
Sullivan joins his Riders coach, Rob Paternostro in awards from the BBL as he took the Molten BBL Coach of the Year title proving what a powerhouse the Riders were this season.
Sullivan will be presented with the Molten BBL Player Of The Year Award at the BBL Playoff Final on April 28th at Wembley Arena, London.
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