The All-NBL Team is an annual National Basketball League (NBL) honour bestowed on the best players in the league following every NBL season. The team has been selected in every season since the league's second year in 1980.
The All-NBL Team is chosen via a voting system involving the head coach, one assistant coach and the team captain of each team. Voters select their All-NBL First and Second Teams by selecting three 'outside' players and two 'inside' players for each team. Players are then allocated 3 points for being placed into a First Team and 2 points for being placed into a Second Team. These points are then combined, with the Top 10 players making up the First and Second Teams, allowing for an even spread of three 'outside' players and two 'inside' players on each team.
On a few occasions, the league's Most Valuable Player (MVP) has not been named in the All-NBL First Team for that year. This anomaly is a result of the difference between the voting systems determining the two awards in the past.
|Player (X)||Denotes the number of times the player has been selected to the first team|
(in bold text)
|Indicates the player who won the NBL Most Valuable Player in the same year|
1980 to 1999–2000
2000–01 to 2012–13
2013–14 to present
Since the 2013–14 season, the All-NBL Team has been composed of two teams, each with five roster spots. Players are selected with regard to position, allowing for an even spread of three 'outside' players and two 'inside' players on each team.