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Andrew Sullivan named to British Basketball League Hall of Fame

Leicester Riders legend Andrew Sullivan has been named as one of the first 10 inductees of the British Basketball League Hall of Fame. 

Sullivan played five seasons of his 13-year professional career with the Riders, helping to bring nine pieces of silverware to Leicester, including two trebles in 2013 and 2017. 

He suited up for Leicetser from 2011-2014, before re-signing for two more seasons in 2015. 

He was named British Basketball League MVP for the second time in 2013, averaging 14.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. 

A serial winner, Sullivan won 20 pieces of British Basketball League silverware and two MVP awards.

Internationally, Sullivan was capped 100 times for Great Britain, and captained his country in the 2012 London Olympic games. He also won a Commonwealth Games bronze medal in 2006 in Melbourne. 

Sullivan’s services to basketball earned him a place in the League’s Hall-of-Fame, amongst legends of the Men’s and Women’s League, from players, coaches, officials and those who have demonstrated invaluable services to the Legaue.

You can read the full list of inductees to the British Basketball League Hall of Fame here!