In wins against Providence and Georgetown, Nas was one of the big reason the team won those two games and may have turned its season around. He averaged 18.5 points (shooting an incredible 73% from the field) and seven rebounds per game.
Marquette's Darius Johnson-Odom won the award, averaging 21.5 points and six rebounds.
Back to Robinson, though - his game against Georgetown on Saturday was one of the biggest performances of the year. He's been incredibly hot from the field and was a perfect 4-4 on Monday against West Virginia. Over the past three games, he's hit nearly 80% of his shots and while Tray Woodall is getting a lot of credit (rightfully so, by the way) for the way Pitt is playing, Robinson deserves plenty of recognition for keeping the Panthers afloat as well.