BBL All-Star 5 – Week 12

Following the BBL Cup semi-finals first leg, Glen Luss Glasgow Rocks and Leicester Riders each have two reps in the final BBL All-Star 5, although it is led by Trejon Jacob of the Bristol Flyers after scoring a big win over road in the BBL Championship. Friday night.

Trejon Jacob – Bristol Flyers
The Flyers continued their strong start in the BBL Championship, rising to 4-1 with a big road win at the Newcastle Eagles as Trejon Jacob recorded a fourth consecutive league double-double to make his first All- appearance. Star 5. The US winger finished with 20 points and 13 rebounds, a career-high BBL, including 12 points in an incredible 28-3 push in seven minutes during the first quarter break, triggered by his three-pointer. , as the Flyers reversed a double-digit start. deficit to lead themselves with a similar margin.

Patrick Whelan – Leicester Cavaliers
Leicester took a three-point lead in their BBL Cup semi-final second leg against the London Lions, after Great Britain guard Patrick Whelan led them to the road victory at Copper Box Arena, winning also weekly honors for the first time. He scored 25 effective runs on 9-11 (81%) shots, including 6-7 (85%) from three points, with seven runs in the first quarter as the runners led the entire way before adding 14 in the then third. that their lead increased to 20. points before a late return from the hosts.

Jaycee Hillsman – Glen Luss Glasgow Rocks
The Rocks take a double-digit advantage in their second leg after beating the Manchester Giants 102-92 at Emirates Arena on Sunday, with US forward Jaycee Hillsman recording a seventh double-double of the season and appearing in the All- Star 5 for the second time. He finished with 21 points and 11 rebounds, including seven in the 12-0 third-quarter flurry that reversed a deficit and put Rocks permanently, as well as a three-point dagger that extended the final margin to double digits. , enough to earn a two-legged tie in 66 of 72 occasions in the BBL.

Ali Fraser – Glen Luss Glasgow Rocks
Making his third appearance of the campaign, Ali Fraser also managed a double-double in that game and led the scoring, as the great Scottish international man finished with 24 points of 11-18 (61%) on indoor shot and 11 rebounds. Fraser had eight points in the first quarter as Glasgow established a 10-point lead early on and although they initially couldn’t hold onto that advantage he added four points and three boards early in the fourth period as they rebuilt it, as well as a block that kept the Giants from coming back in both shots before the last minute.

Zach Jackson – Leicester Cavaliers
Making his third All-Star 5 appearance of the season and coming third, like Fraser, among all players in this regard, Zach Jackson was also key to Leicester’s Cup victory in the capital. Finishing with 18 points, as well as four rebounds, four assists and three steals, he added 10 points in that key third-quarter spell, including a ‘one and one’ play and the three point that saw the lead peak at 23. points.

Off the bench: Dan Clark (Manchester Giants), Tyrik Armstrong (Manchester Giants), Dirk Williams (London Lions), Lorenzo Cugini (London Lions), Rodney Glasgow Jr. (B. Braun Sheffield Sharks), Rowell Graham-Bell (Plymouth City Patriots), Duke Shelton (Newcastle Eagles).

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