Mychal Green is the Molten BBL Player Of The Month For November after exploding into red-hot form for Glasgow Rocks.
After an encouraging start to his first season in the BBL during September and October, the guard has done a phenomenal job in stepping up for his team ever since backcourt partner EJ Harrison got injured.
Green led the league in scoring and three-point shooting during the period with 25.8 points per game and a superb 57% accuracy from downtown. He also showcased his combo abilities by dishing up 4.6 assists per game.
Perhaps mot impressively of all and underlining his all-round influence on the Rocks, Green also did the dirty work on the glass by pulling down 6.8 rebounds per game which despite his guard status, made him the joint sixth best defensive rebounder in the BBL during the month.
All of the above contributed to Green having by far the most impressive performance valuation of any other player during November.
Green just pipped Jeremy Bell of UCP Marjon Plymouth Raiders and Bill Cole of Cheshire Jets in the scoring stakes who recorded 23.2 and 20.5 points per game respectively.
The leading rebounder was Matt Schneck of the Jets who actually averaged a double-double of 16.3 points and 11.5 rebounds per game. The same feat was also achieved by Paul Williams of the Raiders who averaged 11 points and 10.8 rebounds. One real eye opener was the veteran playmaker Ralph Bucci also joining this exclusive list with the Wildcats’ guard averaging a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds.
It was a great month for Jelson Homes DMU Leicester Riders and that is evidenced by the fact that four players feature in the top six spots for field goal percentage with Drew Sullivan leading the way with a stunning 71.9%.
Meanwhile Fab Flournoy is known as a great leader and he led the Eagles team in more ways than one during November with the player-coach leading the BBL in assists with 5.4 per game.
Defensively, Prestige Homes MK Lions duo Demarius Bolds and Daniel Northern led the way with the former claiming 3.2 steals per game and the latter blocking 1.6 shots per game, a number shared with Raiders’ center Paul Williams.