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    Bright Akhuetie, Scottie Thompson, Allwell Oraeme top NCAA performers based on statistics

    Aug 19, 2015

    THE first half of the NCAA regular season has just ended on Tuesday, so it's as good a time as any to review the top individual performers, based on statistics.

    Spin.ph takes a look at the top 10 players in each statistical category, courtesy of NCAA statistics provider One World Connections.

    SCORING

    Following his 44-point effort last July 3 against College of St. Benilde, Bright Akhuetie of Perpetual Help has emerged as the top scorer after the first round with an average of 21.33 points, followed by Art Dela Cruz of San Beda. Akhuetie has also scored 31 points twice this season for the Altas.

     

    PLAYER

    TEAM

    GAMES PLAYED

    POINTS

    AVERAGE

    Bright Akhuetie

    UPHSD

    9

    192

    21.33

    Art Dela Cruz

    SBC

    9

    177

    19.67

    Josan Nimes

    MIT

    7

    129

    18.43

    Michael Calisaan

    SSCR

    9

    164

    18.22

    Jonathan Grey

    CSB

    9

    161

    17.89

    Allwell Oraeme

    MIT

    9

    158

    17.56

    Tey Teodoro

    JRU

    9

    156

    17.33

    Rey Nambatac

    CSJL

    9

    149

    16.56

    Ola Adeogun

    SBC

    8

    132

    16.50

    Jamil Ortouste

    SSCR

    9

    148

    16.44

             

    REBOUNDS

    Allwell Oraeme has been a beast down low for Mapua to emerge as the runaway leader in rebounding after the first round with an average of 19.11 a game. He notched a season-high 28 rebounds on August 14 against Letran, while having outputs of 22 and 20 this year to be at No. 6 in the scoring ladder.

                                                   

    PLAYER

    TEAM

    GAMES PLAYED

    REBOUNDS

    AVERAGE

    Allwell Oraeme

    MIT

    9

    172

    19.11

    Bradwyn Guinto

    SSCR

    9

    115

    12.78

    Art Dela Cruz

    SBC

    9

    113

    12.56

    Bright Akhuetie

    UPHSD

    9

    112

    12.44

    Scottie Thompson

    UPHSD

    9

    103

    11.44

    Sidney Onwubere

    EAC

    8

    84

    10.50

    Laminou Haminou

    EAC

    9

    89

    9.89

    Ola Adeogun

    SBC

    8

    74

    9.25

    Michael Calisaan

    SSCR

    9

    78

    8.67

    Victor Nguidjol

    LPU

    8

    64

    8.00

                                                   

    ASSISTS

    Gilas Pilipinas cadet members Scottie Thompson of Perpetual Help and Jiovani Jalalon of Arellano are the runaway leaders in assists with a total of 80. As far as season-best records are concerned, Thompson holds the season-high with 17 followed by Jalalon with 16. Thompson also had a 14-assist game while Jalalon had 15 and 12 outputs.

     

    PLAYER

    TEAM

    GAMES PLAYED

    ASSISTS

    AVERAGE

    Scottie Thompson

    UPHSD

    9

    80

    8.89

    Jiovani Jalalon

    AU

    9

    80

    8.89

    Art Dela Cruz

    SBC

    9

    55

    6.11

    CJ Isit

    MIT

    6

    31

    5.17

    Josan Nimes

    MIT

    7

    35

    5.00

    Roldan Sara

    SBC

    8

    36

    4.50

    Jamil Ortouste

    SSCR

    9

    38

    4.22

    Ryan Costelo

    SSCR

    9

    37

    4.11

    Mark Cruz

    CSJL

    9

    35

    3.89

    Mcjour Luib

    CSJL

    9

    30

    3.33

     

    STEALS

    Rey Nambatac of Letran leads the league in steals with a 3.22 per game average, is closely followed by Jiovani Jalalon of Arellano with 3.0. Incidentally, the player who has the most number of steals this season is is Nambatac's Letran teammate  Mark Cruz , who is at No. 3 and had a season-high seven in a July 21 game against San Sebastian.

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    PLAYER

    TEAM

    GAMES PLAYED

    STEALS

    AVERAGE

    Rey Nambatac

    CSJL

    9

    29

    3.22

    Jiovani Jalalon

    AU

    9

    27

    3.00

    Mark Cruz

    CSJL

    9

    22

    2.44

    Andretti Steve

    MIT

    7

    15

    2.14

    Jonathan Grey

    CSB

    9

    19

    2.11

    Bright Akhuetie

    UPHSD

    9

    18

    2.00

    Michael Salado

    AU

    9

    18

    2.00

    Roldan Sara

    SBC

    8

    15

    1.88

    Sidney Onwubere

    EAC

    8

    15

    1.88

    Francis Munsayac

    EAC

    8

    14

    1.75

                       

    BLOCKS

    Once again, Allwell Oraeme of Mapua proved that he is a huge presence in the paint, being the runaway leader in blocks after the first round. The Nigerian blocked a season-high eight shots against St. Benilde last July 8 and had outputs of five (twice) and four this season.

     

    PLAYER

    TEAM

    GAMES PLAYED

    BLOCKS

    AVERAGE

    Allwell Oraeme

    MIT

    9

    38

    4.22

    Prince Eze

    UPHSD

    8

    19

    2.38

    Victor Nguidjol

    LPU

    8

    15

    1.88

    Laminou Hamadou

    EAC

    9

    14

    1.56

    Jomari Sollano

    CSJL

    9

    14

    1.56

    M. Adoum Abba

    EAC

    4

    5

    1.25

    Bradwyn Guinto

    SSCR

    9

    11

    1.22

    A.R. Abdul Wahab

    JRU

    9

    11

    1.22

    Dioncee Holts

    AU

    9

    11

    1.22

    Bright Akhuetie

    UPHSD

    9

    9

    1.00

     

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