This week our line-up contains a trio of British players, as well as our season leader setting a new high tide mark.
Rahmon Fletcher (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle)
After becoming the first player to grab a starting slot for the fourth time this season, Fletcher has now went one step further with a fifth berth after maintaining his fabulous form. He guided the still flawless Eagles to a victory against Leeds Force after an extraordinary 11 of 13 shooting performance as he racked up 28 points to go with seven assists, four rebounds and three steals.
Drew Sullivan (Leicester Riders)
Another player who is beginning to really make his influence show, the Great Britain veteran is proving to once again be a huge factor for his team. Sullivan corralled 16 points, six rebounds, five assists and two blocked shots in a typically all-action offering against Manchester Giants – a victory which helps Riders continue their role as main challengers to Newcastle in the title race.
TrayVonn Wright (Leicester Riders)
Playing some of the best basketball he has produced during his BBL career, Wright is yet another player who is bringing some serious noise this season. He clinches his fourth appearance of the campaign in our starting five, after also helping to put Giants to the sword with 21 points, eight rebounds and his usual high flying blocks – three of which got everybody off their seats this week.
Will Hall (Glasgow Rocks)
The British forward has made an impression since moving north of the border and that is evidenced by the fact this is the third time he has found himself as an All Star Five starter. Hall enjoyed a perfect shooting night in the victory against Surrey Scorchers, after sinking all seven of his attempts to harvest 14 points. He also amassed seven boards, five assists and two steals.
Tayo Ogedengbe (Surrey Scorchers)
Saving the best display of the entire weekend until last, Ogedengbe posted a massive performance efficiency valuation of 36 in the win against Bristol Flyers. That arrived courtesy of some scintillating shooting which witnessed him pour in 31 points from a magical 11 of 14 from the field. He also garnered an eye-catching double-double with 10 boards – as well as accumulating five assists, a block and a steal.
Off the bench – Scott Martin (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle), Kieron Achara (Glasgow Rocks), Demond Watt (London Lions), Marcus Ware (Glasgow Rocks), Callum Jones (Manchester Giants), Danny Huffor (Cheshire Phoenix), Mathias Seilund (Bristol Flyers)