Durham on track for back-to-back Best Import awards

Paul Lintag on Sep 26, 2017 05:46 PM
Durham on track for back-to-back Best Import awards
Durham, who led the Bolts toa 9-2 record and the no. 1 seed, scored 27.8 points per game on top of a league-leading 19.4 rebounds per outing. He's also dishing out 7.09 assists per contest, also no. 1 in the league.

Allen Durham is on track for back-to-back Best Import awards in the PBA Governors' Cup.

The hulking Meralco reinforcement emerged as the top foreigner at the elimination round, compiling an average of 61.364 statistical points.

Durham, who led the Bolts toa 9-2 record and the no. 1 seed, scored 27.8 points per game on top of a league-leading 19.4 rebounds per outing. He's also dishing out 7.09 assists per contest, also no. 1 in the league.

Trailing Durham is TNT's Glen Rice Jr. who has 55.625 statistical points.

The KaTropa's second-generation star averaged 32.9 points, 11.3 rebounds, 4.9 assists, and a league-leading 3.00 steals per game.

Phoenix's Brandon Brown, Blackwater's Henry Walker, and Globalport's Murphey Holloway make the top 5.

 

 

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