Legadue Basket - Best Coach

The Legadue Best Coach award was established in the 2003-04 season.

Best Coach
Season Coach Team
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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