Point guard Tim Frazier was named the NBA Development League’s player of the year and rookie of the year on Tuesday.

Frazier averaged 16.1 points, 9.5 assists and 7.1 rebounds per game in 41 games to help lead the Maine Red Claws to the D-League’s best record (35-15).

Frazier, 24, played most of the winter with the Red Claws in his first pro season after four years at Penn State.

“This season, Tim quickly established himself as one of the league’s elite guards with NBA potential,” Red Claws Coach Scott Morrison said in a news release. “His explosiveness with the ball and knack for “winning plays” sparked our team to several comeback victories.”

He signed March 30 with the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers after two brief stints earlier in the season with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Frazier played in 11 NBA games during the regular season, averaging 5.2 points and 5.5 assists per game. He came off the bench Sunday in Game 1 of Portland’s first-round playoff series against Memphis, but did not score in 3 minutes off the bench.

Last week, Morrison was named the D-League’s coach of the year.