Robinson has been signed to add extra depth in the position, with American starter Deonta Vaughn suffering from a niggling back problem. Paks have a 17-4 record in the standings and are guaranteed to finish top going into the playoffs.
German-based Ali Fraser produced the best performance of his first professional season. His 27 points from 76% shooting for Gotha Rockets was a key part of their 96-92 win over Heidelberg on Saturday February 22nd. As well as seven rebounds, the GB power forward helped Gotha climb to 9th in the ProA League, but they have work to do if they're to reach Giessen 46ers who include Fraser's international colleague Myles Hesson. Giessen moved into 4th after a 69-61 win at Bayer Giants on Saturday, with Hesson scoring 16 points.
Pushing Fraser close in scoring terms was Ashley Hamilton, whose 26 points and 14 rebounds for Italians Calabria on Sunday, 23 February as arguably the most complete performance from a GB international this weekend. The display helped Calabria beat second-ranked Matera in Serie A (80-76) for their fourth successive win, a run which has seen them climb to 11th with an 11-12 record. Such is Hamilton's form that only once since mid-December has the 6'7 GB forward failed to score in double figures.
Pops Mensah-Bonsu's performances for Galatasaray were consistent last weekend. After a fine rebounding display in EuroLeague last Thursday, the 6'9 GB power forward scored 17 points on Sunday despite the Turks losing to Tofas in the Turkish League (60-67). It was the same score as his first performance this season against Tofas on November 3rd and the Londoner also delivered seven rebounds.
In France, 2013 GB squad member Matthew Bryan-Amaning was one rebound away from a double-double as Antibes claimed their fourth win of the season on Saturday, with Le Mans the beaten opponents (80-67). MBA netted 16 points, with nine rebounds and seven assists.
Ryan Richards' scoring form for Greek side Kallitheas was the highlight as they went down to defeat to KAO Dramas (79-96), also on Saturday. The 7' power forward was responsible for 13 points and seven rebounds.
Gareth Murray helped Glasgow Rocks into the BBL Trophy semi final, with 24 points in Sunday's 73-71 quarter-final win over Manchester Giants. But that was the second victory of the weekend over Manchester. Two days earlier, the 6'7 forward from Arbroath scored 12 points to secure an 85-80 Championship win.
GB captain Drew Sullivan was back to full fitness on Saturday as Leicester Riders returned to form in the BBL Championship, with a 98-60 win over Plymouth Raiders. Sullivan scored 14 points and eight rebounds in the Riders' first game in a fortnight, which also saw 2013 GB squad member Jamell Anderson add seven points which was the same as Plymouth's GB U20 international Louis Sayers.
In the States, Conference tournaments are fast approaching for the NCAA's teams and for some, a chance to be among the 68 teams involved in "March Madness". British participation remains a real possibility especially if Luke Nelson's University of California - Irvine (UCI) can claim an automatic berth by winning the Big West Tournament.
However the England U18 captain's team were beaten for the first time in six regular season games on Saturday to California State University - Northridge (75-81), despite Nelson's 17 points, all of which came in the second half. The defeat leaves the AntEaters joint top with UC - Santa Barbara with both Universities enjoying a 9-3 record. UCI have four remaining games, with three at home - the first of which is against UC - Santa Barbara on Thursday, 27 February.
University of Arkansas - Little Rock (UALR) were contending for a place at what Americans call the "Big Dance" until top scorer and former GB U20 international Will Neighbour injured his ankle. However, the Surrey senior is now restored to health and scored 8 points in his first game back on Saturday, 22 February, but his team suffered defeat to Texas -Arlington (71-75. It was UALR's fifth successive loss in the Sun Belt Conference and their record is now 7-8.
There was better reward though for Neighbour who has been nominated for the Arkansas Star of Tomorrow Award, which reflects the top student athletes in the state and those from Arkansas who are studying out of state.
Duquesne senior Ovie Soko scored a game-high 26 points on Saturday's Seniors Night, but the Pittsburgh-based University suffered from a strong second half fightback from Dayton to lose 57-54. The Londoner added six rebounds and is still in contention to break Duquesne's long standing record for free throw attempts in a single season (258), set in 1955-56, by former NBA 1st round draft pick Sihugo Green.