BBL All-Star Five – Week 28

The penultimate week of the regular season brought more top class performances around the league.

Rahmon Fletcher (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle)

With three starters absent on Friday night, the former two-time league MVP stepped up with an incredible display to lead the Eagles to a comeback victory over Surrey. Fletcher poured in 38 points and also dished out 10 assists to complete a double-double in the overtime success.

Daniel Norl (Cheshire Phoenix)

A weekend to remember for the rookie guard after posting a career-high 28 points in the 102-80 victory over Manchester on Friday, before following up with a 30-point haul on the road against London Lions. Norl hit a combined 11 threes over the weekend at 61% accuracy to lead Phoenix to two important wins in their push for the benecos BBL Play-Offs.

Kyle Williams (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle)

A second appearance in the lineup for Kyle Williams after firing in a season-high 34 points – beating his previous best of 26. The British guard came off the bench to add vital scoring support and also added six rebounds, five assists and two steals in the overtime triumph against Surrey.

Donte Nicholas (Plymouth Raiders)

A third consecutive appearance for Nicholas – and 11th overall this season – after helping lead Plymouth to an important 94-91 victory in overtime against their South-West rivals, Bristol. Nicholas posted 25 points and 13 rebounds in a full 45-minute effort for the Raiders having also had a 29-20-9 stat-line in the mid-week loss at London Lions.

Bo Zeigler (Radisson RED Glasgow Rocks)

A deserved debut appearance for the American with Zeigler playing a key role in helping guide the Rocks to a place in the benecos BBL Play-Offs in the second half of the season. Zeigler posted 18 points and 10 rebounds along with two assists in the post-season clinching win away at Surrey.

Off the bench: Chris Alexander (DBL Sharks Sheffield), Wes Washpun (London City Royals), Drew Lasker (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle), JR Holder (Leicester Riders), Fred Thomas (Bristol Flyers), Willie Atwood (Surrey Scorchers), Willie Clayton (Manchester Giants)