|It’s rare that a club gets three spots in our line-up, but that honour goes to Sharks and there is also space for last Sunday’s BBL Trophy Final MVP.
Max Guercy (DBL Sharks Sheffield)
The first of our terrific trio from Sheffield is also a debutante. The mid-season arrival managed to book his first ever starting berth by doing the business in the backcourt in a fine win against Eagles. He finished the contest with a classy double-double of 16 points and 10 assists, while also adding six boards for good measure.
Marek Klassen (Worcester Wolves)
There was no stopping the Worcester Wolves’ playmaker against his ex-employers, as he returned to Yorkshire to cut down the Force with a stellar double-double on his old home floor. He torched Leeds with a reminder of his scoring and creative ability, as he finished with 19 points and 11 assists, while also racking up four boards and two assists.
Malcolm Riley (DBL Sharks Sheffield)
The best performance of the entire weekend was registered by the Sharks’ forward as he tore into the Eagles on home soil to give Sharks a big go-ahead victory. Riley wrapped up a nice performance efficiency valuation of 30 after a balanced inside-outside shooting effort, that returned an eye-catching 29 points. He also mustered five rebounds and four steals.
Taylor King (Leicester Riders)
It was an afternoon to remember in Glasgow as King was crowned MVP at the Trophy Final. He was the main architect of Leicester’s record-breaking triumph against Plymouth Raiders, as he weighed in with a superb double-double performance. He lit up the Emirates Arena and impressed viewers worldwide on BBC Sport with a 20-point and 10-rebound double-double.
Tony Wroblicky (DBL Sharks Sheffield)
The Sharks’ centre hit top gear in the home victory against the Eagles as he proved a handful under the basket and also dominated on the glass, to help lay the foundation for a confidence-boosting success. Wroblicky harvested a massive 16 boards and managed to accumulate a superb double-double after scoring 14 points from a very tidy five of eight from the floor.
Off the Bench – Chaz Rollins (Surrey Scorchers), Pierre Hampton (Leicester Riders), Mike Tuck (DBL Sharks Sheffield), Maurice Walker (Worcester Wolves), Jermaine Sanders (Leeds Force), Rahmon Fletcher (Esh Group Eagles Newcastle), Tayo Ogedengbe (Surrey Scorchers).