BBL action resumed following the international window and there were more impressive performances to kick-start March.
Justin Robinson (London Lions)
The reigning MVP makes his fifth appearance of the season after putting up a BBL career-high of 31 points against Surrey. Robinson shot 9 of 12 from inside the arc, made 100% at the line in seven attempts and also finished with five assists to help the Lions to another home victory.
Jordan Spencer (London Lions)
Spencer joins his back-court partner after a strong showing in the Lions’ victory over Manchester Giants on BBC Sport. The young guard handed out a career-high 12 assists to go with 19 pints in the home win as well as adding three steals to complete his performance.
Dii’jon Allen-Jordan (Cheshire Phoenix)
Allen-Jordan returns to the lineup for the first time since making two appearances in the first five weeks of the season. The Phoenix forward posted 26 points including going 9 of 9 inside 3-point range, whilst pulling down 12 boards and adding three assists as well as four steals in his side’ win over London City Royals.
Donte Nicholas (Plymouth Raiders)
Another impressive all-round performance from the two-time Molten BBL Player of the Month this season secures his place in the lineup once again. Nicholas finished agonisingly short of a triple-double after posting 16 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists in the win at home to Surrey Scorchers.
Rashad Hassan (Plymouth Raiders)
After putting up 34 points in a road defeat on Saturday, Hassan continued his fine form with 29 points along with 13 rebounds in a convincing home win. The American forward shot 60% from inside the arc to help his side to a 108-89 victory and make another AS5 appearance.
Off the bench: Josh Wilcher (Plymouth Raiders), Jeremy Smith (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle), Ladarius Tabb (London Lions), Ashley Hamilton (London City Royals), Brandon Peel (London Lions), Marcus Delpeche (Bristol Flyers), Tim Williams (Leicester Riders)