Lawrence also added 10 points in Zadar's latest game, a defeat to Crvena Zvezda (82-69), whom readers of a certain vintage will recall as Red Star Belgrade. The Croatians will be looking for an improvement when they take on Radnicki on Saturday night.
Two members of Standard Life GB's men's roster go head-to-head in Germany. Myles Hesson's Giessen 46ers welcome Ali Fraser's Gotha Giants, with Giessen lying in fourth in the ProA league of the Bundesliga. Giessen have a 9 and 4 record, with Hesson enjoying a double-double (10 points, 11 rebounds) in the 46ers' crushing last win over bottom side Cuxhaven (83-58).
Fraser's numbers early in the season suggest the power forward has played his part for the Giants early on, with consistent double-digit scoring displays for the first six weeks, plus contributions off the boards. But despite four steals in Gotha's narrow defeat to Finke last time out (69-71) he will look to pick up form again when he faces his fellow Standard Life GB forward.
Meanwhile, In the NCAA, Standard Life GB U20s international Will Neighbour aims for more good numbers for Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans when they travel to face Memphis. While the Trojans have struggled to a 3-5 record, the 6'10 forward, who is now in his senior year, has produced consistent performances in recent games, reaching double figures in scoring in seven straight games to start the season.
Last month's 21 points and 8 rebounds against Florida was arguably one of the Aldershot senior's standout performances, considering the nationally-ranked opposition.. He hopes for more in Tennessee.
Back home, Alex Marcotullio and Gareth Murray hope Glasgow Rocks can close the gap on the BBL's leading sides. The Standard Life GB duo line up on Sunday at the Emirates Arena against Durham Wildcats, with tip off at 17.00 GMT.