Mill Rats' Kenny Jones Named the Recharge with Milk Player of the Week
March 17, 2013 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) News Release
(TORONTO, ON): The National Basketball League of Canada is pleased to announce that Kenny Jones of the Saint John Mill Rats has been named the Recharge With Milk Player of the Week for the week ending March 17, 2013.
Jones, a 6'6" forward who played his collegiate ball at Kentucky State, was instrumental in the Mill Rats' advancement into the NBL playoffs. He averaged 28 points per game in two contests, including a game-winning layup that helped Saint John eke out a 102-101 victory over Oshawa, thus getting the Mill Rats into the postseason for the second consecutive season.
Previous winners of the Recharge With Milk Player of the Week Award:
March 10th - Omari Johnson of the Summerside Storm
March 3rd - Isaac Butts of the Moncton Miracles
February 24th - Marvin Phillips of the London Lightning
February 17th - Isaac Butts of the Moncton Miracles
February 10th - Marvin Phillips of the London Lightning
February 3rd - Melvin Goins of the Halifax Rainmen
January 27th - Anthony Anderson of the Saint John Mill Rats
January 20th - Nick Okorie of the Oshawa Power
January 13th - Devin Sweetney of the Moncton Miracles
January 6th - Eric Frederick of the Montreal Jazz
December 30th - Chris Commons of the Windsor Express
December 23rd - Elvin Mims of the London Lightning
December 16th - Nick Okorie of the Oshawa Power
December 9th - Quinnel Brown of the Halifax Rainmen
December 2nd - Darren Duncan of the Windsor Express
November 25th - Devin Sweetney of the Moncton Miracles
November 18th - Morgan Lewis of the London Lightning
November 11th - Greg Plummer of the Summerside Storm
November 4th - Tyrone Levett of the Moncton Miracles
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