BBL All-Star Five - Week 21

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There are a pair of Great Britain internationals in this week’s line-up and a first time BBL Finalist.

Jack Isenbarger (Leeds Force)
The Force guard makes his return to our fantastic five for the first time since way back on the opening weekend of the season, as he inspired his side to a win against fellow strugglers Manchester Giants. Isenbarger did the business at both ends of the court as he scored 21 points, pulled down seven rebounds, handed out five assists and snapped up three steals.

Brandon Clark (Leicester Riders)
The Riders’ playmaker is now looking forward to his first major BBL Final after ensuring Leicester made no mistake in the second-leg of their Trophy Semi-Finals tie at Cheshire. Clark showcased his extensive skill-set with an all-action display which harvested 16 points, as well as six rebounds and five assists, to seal his third starting place of the campaign.

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Danny Huffor (Worcester Wolves)
While there was disappointment for Wolves on BBC Sport last Friday that they couldn’t overturn their BBL Trophy Semi-Finals deficit from the first leg against Raiders, Huffor helped his team bounce back in the league. He was the architect of a nice BBL Championship success at Scorchers as he registered 25 points from 52% floor-shooting, alongside five rebounds.

Gareth Murray (Glasgow Rocks)
It’s the second appearance of the season in our starting line-up for the experienced Great Britain forward who helped torch Plymouth Raiders at the Emirates. Murray was brilliant from behind the three-point line as he sunk a perfect six-of-six from downtown en-route to 20 points. He was also just one rebound short of a double-double and dished up four assists.

Kieron Achara (Glasgow Rocks)
The Great Britain veteran has been in super form of late and posted the best performance of the entire weekend in his team’s home success against Raiders. He showed his excellent shooting range by catching fire from long-range and sinking five of six triples as he corralled 26 points. Achara also came up with seven rebounds, three assists and three steals.

Off the bench - Taylor King (Leicester Riders), Daryl Corletto (Plymouth Raiders), Maurice Walker (Worcester Wolves), Joe Ikhinmwin (London Lions), Brandon Boggs (Bristol Flyers), Mike Ochereobia (Surrey Scorchers), Jawad Adekoya (Cheshire Phoenix)

Posted in Bristol Flyers, Cheshire Phoenix, Fading Feature, Leeds Force, Leicester Riders, London Lions, Plymouth Raiders, Surrey Scorchers, Weekly All Star Five, Worcester Wolves
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