With a packed weekend of BBL action, our line-up has barely had as much competition for a starting berth – here’s who survived the cut.
Brandon Clark (Leicester Riders)
After slipping up against Wolves last Friday, the Riders’ guard helped his team return to winning ways with a brilliant effort against Glasgow Rocks. Clark was the main architect of the victory with a stellar 9 of 11 from the field which returned 23 points. He also added six assists and three rebounds for good measure.
Danny Huffor (Worcester Wolves)
Worcester Wolves showed how dangerous they could be down the season stretch after outlasting Riders on their home court and much of their best work was down to Huffor. He also held the hot-hand and dropped a wonderful 9 of 12 from the floor, including 4 of 5 downtown, as he came up with a precious 24 points.
Dii'Jon Allen-Jordan (Cheshire Phoenix)
They may have arrived late in the capital, but Cheshire made their wait worthwhile as they pipped Lions in an overtime thriller. While Mike DiNunno got the plaudits for his game-winning shot, it was Allen-Jordan who provided the foundation for victory. He had 25 points from 75% shooting and also pulled down seven big boards.
Tayo Ogedengbe (Surrey Scorchers)
The captain of Scorchers was instrumental in his team completing a successful south-west raid as Ogedengbe lit it up at the WISE Arena. The forward was on fire and torched Bristol Flyers with a 26-point haul, while also completed a great line by adding seven rebounds and handing our four assists in a fine road win.
Cory Dixon (Plymouth Raiders)
The forward was the main source of south-west derby joy for Raiders as they put their BBL Trophy Final nightmare behind them by beating Bristol on BBC Sport. Dixon was a real handful for Flyers and produced the best performance of the weekend in the BBL by harvesting a double-double of 32 points and 11 rebounds, as well as three assists and two steals.
Off the bench - Jermel Kennedy (Worcester Wolves), Kieron Achara (Glasgow Rocks), Tony Wroblicky (DBL Sharks Sheffield), Quincy Taylor (Surrey Scorchers), Rashad Hassan (London Lions), Pierre Hampton (Leicester Riders), Maurice Walker (Worcester Wolves).