Griffin is making early case for MVP in Australia
November 29, 2015
It’s still early, but Kelsey Griffin of Eagle River is making a strong case for MVP of Australia’s Women’s National Basketball League.
Through 11 games she is the only player in the league to accumulate at least 175 points, 100 rebounds, 25 assists, 25 steals and 10 blocked shots.
Griffin, of Chugiak High fame, leads the WNBL with 27 steals, ranks fourth in rebounding [8.8], fifth in blocks  and eighth in scoring [15.8].
Led by her all-around efforts the Bendigo Spirit are 7-5 and sit in fourth place out of nine teams in the league.