Junior Cadougan Named Most Improved Player

Junior Cadougan Named Most Improved Player

The National Basketball League of Canada is pleased to announce that Junior Cadougan of the St. John's Edge has been named Most Improved Player for the 2018-19 season.

Cadougan, a former member of the Canadian Senior Men's National Team shined this regular season starting 35 of 39 games, averaging 12.9 points per game on 46.5% field goal shooting.  Also, he ranks sixth in the NBLC in assists with 172 along with earning Canadian Player of the Week three times (January 6th, February 17th & February 24th) this season.

"As an organization we couldn't be prouder of Junior. He was a mainstay on our roster from day 1", said Interim Head Coach Steve Marcus.  "Both on and off the court he leads by example and is truly deserving of this honour."

In his previous two seasons in the NBLC, both with the London Lightning, Cadougan averaged 7.5 points per game, pulled down 2.55 rebounds per game, and 2.36 assists per game.