|NBA G League awards and honors|
The NBA Development League Impact Player of the Year is an annual NBA Development League (D-League) award given since the 2007-08 season to the player who joined the D-League mid-season and made the greatest contribution to his team's success following that acquisition. The league's head coaches determine the award by voting and it is usually presented to the honoree during the D-League playoffs.
While no player has won Impact Player of the Year more than once, two international players have won the award: Ike Diogu of Nigeria in 2014, and John Holland of Puerto Rico in 2017. Morris Almond was the inaugural winner while playing for the Utah Flash. By position, forwards have won the award five times, followed by guards with four. Only one center has won, Brian Butch in 2009-10.
|2007-08||Morris Almond||Guard||United States||Utah Flash|
|2008-09||Eddie Gill||Guard||United States||Colorado 14ers|
|2009-10||Brian Butch||Center||United States||Bakersfield Jam|
|2010-11||Jeff Adrien||Forward||United States||Rio Grande Valley Vipers|
|2011-12||Eric Dawson||Forward||United States||Austin Toros|
|2012-13||Rasual Butler||Forward||United States||Tulsa 66ers|
|2013-14||Ike Diogu||Forward|| Nigeria/
|2014-15||Jerel McNeal||Guard||United States||Bakersfield Jam|
|2015-16||Ryan Gomes||Forward||United States||Los Angeles D-Fenders|
|2016-17||John Holland||Guard|| United States/