Akhuetie, Jalalon, Oraeme still ahead of statistical race

Santino Honasan on Jul 18, 2015 05:26 PM
Akhuetie, Jalalon, Oraeme still ahead of statistical race
Perpetual's Bright Akhuetie been a presence in the NCAA so far, earning a spot in the top ten of four major statistical categories

Three weeks into the 91st season of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, three familiar names still continue to top the statistical races.

Here are this week’s statistical leaders for the past week:

 

POINTS PER GAME

STILL SHINING BRIGHT: Perpetual big man Bright Akhuetie still sits at the top of the scoring race with 24 markers a game, closing out the week with a 20 point-22 board performance against San Sebastian.

  1. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 24.0
  2. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 22.3
  3. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 19.0
  4. Jonathan Grey (CSB) – 18.0
  5. Shaq Alanes (Lyceum) – 17.0
  6. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 16.7
  7. Ryan Costelo (San Sebastian) – 16.3
  8. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 16.3
  9. Jon Ortuoste (Letran) – 16.0
  10. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 16.0

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

KEEP PULLING ‘EM DOWN: Mapua’s Allwell Oraeme remains consistent as the Cardinals’ top glass cleaner with 19 boards a game, including an 18-rebound effort against Arellano.

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 19.0
  2. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 15.3
  3. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 14.7
  4. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 14.0
  5. Bradwyn Guinto (San Sebastian) – 11.7
  6. Earl Thompson (Perpetual) – 11.5
  7. Joseph Gabayni (Lyceum) – 10.3
  8. Abdulrazak Abdulwahab (JRU) – 9.8
  9. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 9.0
  10. Felix Apreku (Letran) – 8.0

 

ASSISTS PER GAME

CHIEF PLAYMAKER: Arellano floor general Jiovani Jalalon has led his Chiefs to three straight wins, kicking off the week with a triple-double highlighted by a new season-high 15 assists.

  1. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 10.3
  2. Earl Thompson (Perpetual) – 9.3
  3. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 6.3
  4. Ryusei Koga (San Beda) – 6.3
  5. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 6.0
  6. CJ Isit (Mapua) – 5.7
  7. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 5.0
  8. Ken Salado (Arellano) – 4.8
  9. Jon Ortouste (San Sebastian) – 4.7
  10. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 4.5

 

STEALS PER GAME

FAST HANDS: Letran’s Mark Cruz and Mapua’s Andretti Stevens are making ball-handlers on their toes with a league-leading 2.3 steals per game.

  1. Mark Cruz (Letran) – 2.3
  2. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 2.3
  3. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 2.0
  4. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 2.0
  5. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 1.7
  6. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 1.5
  7. Arthur Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 1.3
  8. Ryan Costelo (San Sebastian) – 1.3
  9. McJour Luib (Letran) – 1.3
  10. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 1.0

 

BLOCKS PER GAME

CARDINAL DEFENSE: Mapua’s Allwell Oraeme has the opponent’s offense thinking twice about putting up shots, as the big man is averaging 4.0 rejections per game.

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 4.0
  2. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 3.0
  3. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 2.3
  4. Dioncee Holts (Arellano) – 2.0
  5. Christian Fajarito (CSB) – 1.8
  6. Abdulrazak Abdulwahad (JRU) – 1.5
  7. Javee Mocon (San Beda) – 1.5
  8. Joseph Gabayni (Lyceum) – 1.3
  9. Donald Gumaru (Arellano) – 1.3
  10. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 1.3

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