The two-time NBL MVP, former NBL defensive player of the year, NBL Champion and Olympian makes Kevin Lisch was one of the best two-way players to ever play in the NBL.
Kevin Lisch has marked up many international miles across his 11-year career professional career.
Making his professional debut for the Wildcats in the 2009-10 NBL season, Kevin helped the Wildcats to their first championship in a decade where he was awarded Finals MVP in his rookie season.
In the 2011-12 NBL season Kevin was awarded his first MVP award after averaging 17.3 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.
After four seasons with the Perth Wildcats in the NBL, Kevin decided to broaden his career resumé and made the move overseas where he made an immediate impact lifting the Puerto Rico club Piratas de Quebradillas to the league championship and was named Finals MVP. Kevin then made the move to Europe representing the French team JSF Nanterre during 2013-14 season and Spanish club CAI Zaragoza during the 2014-15 season.
At the end of 2015, Kevin returned to the NBL joining the Illawarra Hawks, where he made an immediate impact securing his second NBL MVP award, averaging a career high 19.4 points along with 3.3 assists and 3.5 rebounds per game.
In 2016, Kevin made his international debut, representing Australia at the Rio Olympics. Following the Olympics, Kevin signed with the Sydney Kings where he would claim the NBL Defensive Player of the year award for the 2016-17 NBL season.
In June 2020, Kevin Lisch announced his retirement, closing the curtain on an illustrious professional and international career.