Rebound NBL1 Team of the Week (13 November 2022)

Rebound's Chris Hughes is back to spotlight the top performers from six D1M contests.

Chris, the All-Star organiser, content producer, YouTube host and producer, commentator and social media observer, was looking for standout performances for his Player of the Week award and four other high-quality players to make up his Team of the Week in the process.

Have your say on this week's choices and give a shout-out to the players you think deserve one using the hashtag #NBL2223 and #ReboundTOTW. Don't forget to tag us!    

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How it works 

Chris will pick a Player of the Week and four other selections to round out his Team of the Week, paying attention to the following criteria:

  • Efficiency  
  • Stats  
  • Team and opposition strength  
  • Periods of influence in the game 
  • Being on a winning team (exceptional performances from players on losing teams will be considered for TOTW)

Other players will also receive a shout out as honourable mentions at the bottom of the piece.

The Rebound Team of the Week 



Ryan Bruggeman – Derby Trailblazers, guard 

13PTS, 5REB, 17AST, 0TO, 4STL, 31EFF  

Bruggeman put on an assist-heavy performance in Derby’s Midlands derby win over Nottingham that was even more impressive for the fact in came with no turnovers and four steals.  

Bruggeman’s two-way performance, especially in the third quarter where he racked up seven assists and three steals, played a key role in Derby’s 49 team FG% and 24 points from Hoods’ turnovers. 

Igor Stokic – London Lions II, forward 

23PTS, 15REB, 4AST, 2BLK, 29EFF  

Igor Stokic announced himself this weekend as the Lions recorded their maiden win of the regular season on the road at Westminster with a Player of The Week-worthy double-double performance. 

Stokic really impressed in the fourth, with a pair of blocks to stop Westminster widening a two-point lead on two occasions, followed up by five quick points before closing the game out with a pair of freebies to hand the Lions a 16-point lead. 

Andre Arissol – Worthing Thunder, guard 

24PTS, 5REB, 1AST, 4STL, 24EFF  

The former L Lynch Trophy Final MVP has been involved in some epic duels with Thames Valley, once again Arissol secured the dub and recorded a similar stat line as in the 2021 Trophy showpiece. 

The former league DPOY sent a reminder that he is a constant threat at both ends, as he led all players in points (24) with a 58FG% and steals (4). 

Orlan Jackman – Worthing Thunder, forward 

17PTS, 14REB (5 OREB), 2AST, 1STL, 1BLK, 29EFF  

Orlan Jackman is on a quest to add to his trophy cabinet after winning gold in the Commonwealth Games this summer. A winning double-double performance will help along the way. 

Jackman especially excelled in the first quarter, a two-way performance as part of the team ensured the cavaliers never really held a convincing leading position in the entire game. Jackman recorded a pair of offensive rebounds in the opening quarter, both resulted in buckets, as he finished the first with eight points to his name as Worthing built a 10-point lead.  

Josh Moore – Team Newcastle University, wing 

20PTS (7-7FGM/3-3 3PM/3-3FTM), 2REB, 1STL, 1BLK, 21EFF  

Josh Moore took the Magic out of Manchester with a perfect shooting performance off the bench in a 16-minute cameo on the road. 

Moore’s first bucket came at the end of the third to narrow the deficit to two points heading into the final quarter. A 17-point fourth-quarter performance alongside as his team took the period 30-12, ensured Moore and Newcastle ran away with a 16-point win. 

Team basketball


Hemel put on a statement win versus Essex as everyone who took a shot at least flirted with getting double digits points, at team shooting of 58FG%. 

A 33-12 third quarter well and truly tilted the scales as Hemel were just too strong for Essex. Honourable mention to Jack Burnell with a 10P(4-7FGM)/3A/2S from the bench. 


It was tough going at times for the Riders but four of the starting five combined for 63 of Loughborough’s 71 points to lead their team the dub over Bradford. 

Joe Bielak earned an honourable mention for his two-way performance while stand-out guard Justin Hedley again did a bit of everything. 

Honourable mentions 

Taylor Johnson (HEM) – 21P/4R/6A/2S/24EFF 
Johde Campbell (NOTT) – 15P/4R/7A/3S/19EFF  
Malcolm Smith (DTB) – 23P/12R/5A/27EFF  
Harrison Gamble (LOU) – 18P/9R/1A/2S/1B/17EFF  
Hakeem Sylla (HEM) - (20:37) 18P/10R/1A/1S/25EFF 



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