BBL All-Star Five - Week 26

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Our line-up this week includes the second best performance of the entire 2016-17 season, while we also have room for yet another debutant.

Mike DiNunno (Cheshire Phoenix)
The point guard was the game-winner against London Lions as he posted not only the best performance of the entire weekend, but the most productive of the campaign. DiNunno had a massive performance efficiency valuation of 41 after a majestic 40 points, which was founded on eight triples. He also added six rebounds, five assists and two steals.

Marek Klassen (Worcester Wolves)
At the heart of Worcester Wolves’ renaissance, Klassen’s guard skills were on full display against Esh Group Eagles Newcastle as the form team in the BBL continued their excellent recent run. The guard finished the contest with a staggering double-double after handing out an eye-popping 16 assists which went with his 25 points.

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Trey Zeigler (Worcester Wolves)
It’s a debut slot in our line-up for the Wolves’ fans new favourite, whose mid-season arrival has coincided with their upturn in fortune and form. He was outstanding in the jaw-dropping home success against the Eagles after netting a terrific 37 points with a quite brilliant shooting display against the visitors.

Anton Grady (Plymouth Raiders)
The powerhouse Plymouth Raiders’ forward was instrumental in his team striding to victory against Cheshire Phoenix as he accumulated a classy double-double. Grady was a real handful in the paint for his opponents as he made 11 of 17 at the hoop to harvest 26 points and completed his sixth starting appearance in our line-up by also hauling down 11 rebounds.

Kieron Achara (Glasgow Rocks)
The Great Britain star has had a tremendous individual few weeks as he tries to make up for the absence of some key team-mates. Achara propelled Rocks to a fabulous win against DBL Sharks Sheffield with a superb double-double of 24 points and 10 rebounds. The veteran also handed out six assists and had no turnovers in the entire game.

Off the Bench - Jermaine Sanders (Leeds Force), Hameed Ali (Bristol Flyers), Cory Dixon (Plymouth Raiders), Alex Navajas (Worcester Wolves), Taylor King (Leicester Riders), Jack Isenbarger (Leeds Force), Jermel Kennedy (Worcester Wolves).

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