Some poor form and stellar performances has seen a big re-shuffle in February’s MVP rankings as the NBL heads towards its final month of the regular season. Credit: Joel Armstrong | Wollongong Hawks *Ranking (Last Month’s Rank) 1. (2) James Ennis Ennis re-gains the number one for February despite a less-than-spectacular month’s work. Through four games his team managed a 3-1 record to bounce back from some poor form, with Ennis putting together averages of 16.8ppg, 9rpg and 2.5apg. The Perth star managed just 42% shooting from the field – way down on his season average of 48% – but more importantly led his side to solid wins over Melbourne (twice) and Adelaide to lock away top spot for the time being. Ennis also took over the mantle of league leading scorer with his season average of 21.9ppg leading four players putting up over 21 per contest, and given he is the best player in the best team he will be very hard to beat for MVP honours as we near the end of season 2013/14.