THE accolades keep rolling in for the Cheshire Jets as forward Quemont Greer and shooting guard Jeremy Bell were selected for the BBL Team of the Year.
Greer delivered excellent consistency and points-scoring at a time when the Jets really needed it and helped bridge the gap left mid-season during Matt Schneck's absence.
The 30-year-old De Paul graduate averaged 19.9 points-per-game and was a dominant presence on the boards as he pulled down an average 8.3 rebounds.
He also came up with 1.5 steals and dished out 2.1 assists for the Jets.
Bell's achievements as the BBL's top scorer for 2010/11. He played in all 33 BBL Championship games for the Jets, averaging just over 38 minutes-per-game - a league-high - and scored a point every 100 seconds for his side earning himself the BBL MVP award, the fifth Jet to win the prize since 2005.