The Legadue Best Coach award was established in the 2003-04 season.
|2003–04||Fabrizio Frates||Pallacanestro Reggiana|
|2004–05||Giovanni Perdichizzi||Orlandina Basket|
|2005–06||Luca Dalmonte||Basket Club Ferrara|
|2006–07||Giampiero Ticchi||Basket Rimini Crabs|
|2007–08||Sandro Dell'Agnello||Basket Livorno|
|2008-09||Andrea Trinchieri||Veroli Basket|
|2009–10||Luigi Garelli||Nuova Pallacanestro Vigevano|
|2010–11||Giulio Griccioli||Scafati Basket|
|2011–12||Massimiliano Menetti||Pallacanestro Reggiana|
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