Letranís backcourt in scoring top ten, Dela Cruz remains efficient

Santino Honasan on Jul 26, 2015 04:35 PM
Letranís backcourt in PPG top ten, Dela Cruz stays efficient
ALL-AROUND LION: San Beda's Art Dela Cruz has been the team's all-around presence, finding himself in the top-five in points, rebounds, and assists, as well as in the top-ten in steals.

Four weeks into the NCAA 91 men’s basketball tournament, here are the statistical leaders so far.

 

POINTS PER GAME

Bright Akhuetie still remains at the top, but the high-scoring Letran backcourt of Mark Cruz and Rey Nambatac have found themselves in the top-10 of the scoring race, along with their 5-0 record.

  1. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 20.6
  2. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 19.8
  3. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 18.8
  4. Jamil Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 18.0
  5. Jonathan Grey (CSB) – 17.6
  6. Mark Cruz (Letran) – 17.6
  7. Rey Nambatc (Letran) – 16.8
  8. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 16.8
  9. Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian) – 16.6
  10. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 15.8

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

Cardinals big man Allwell Oraeme’s rebounding tally may have dipped from last week, but at 17.2 boards per game, he still holds the top spot. It’s also worth noting that Perpetual’s Scottie Thompson is the only guard – point guard at that – on the list, and is averaging almost 11 boards per game.

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 17.2
  2. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 14.5
  3. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 13.4
  4. Bradwyn Guinto (San Sebastian) – 12.8
  5. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 12.4
  6. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 10.8
  7. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 9.0
  8. Joseph Gabayni (Lyceum) – 8.8
  9. Abdulrazak Abdulwahad  (JRU) – 8.4
  10. Abdoul Poutouchi (JRU) – 8.2

 

ASSISTS PER GAME

Arellano playmaker Jiovani Jalalon actually brought his average up from last week, as he remains heads and shoulders above the field with 11.2 dimes per contest. San Beda forward Art Dela Cruz holds the distinction of being the only non-guard on the list, averaging an impressive 6.8 assists per game.

  1. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 11.2
  2. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 8.6
  3. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 6.8
  4. CJ Isit (Mapua) – 6.3
  5. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 6.0
  6. Ryusei Koga (San Beda) – 5.2
  7. Ryan Costelo (San Sebastian) – 4.6
  8. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 4.5
  9. Jamil Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 4.4
  10. Ken Salado (Arellano) – 4.4

 

STEALS PER GAME

San Beda’s Roldan Sara dethrones Mark Cruz from the top spot after averaging pushing his average to 2.5 steals per contest, including a five steal effort against Lyceum.

  1. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 2.5
  2. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 2.3
  3. Mark Cruz (Letran) – 2.2
  4. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 2.2
  5. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 1.8
  6. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 1.6
  7. McJour Luib (Letran) – 1.4
  8. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 1.2
  9. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 1.0
  10. Jonathan Grey (CSB) – 1.0

 

BLOCKS PER GAME

Mapua’s Allwell Oraeme also holds remains at the top of the blocks race with 3.8 rejections per contest while Prince Eze of Perpetual hikes his average up to 2.8 per game.

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 3.8.
  2. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 2.8
  3. Dioncee Holts (Arellano) – 2.0
  4. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 2.0
  5. Abdulrazak Abdulwahad – 1.6
  6. Bradwyn Guinto (San Sebastian) – 1.4
  7. Tom Sollano (Letran) – 1.4
  8. Christian Fajarito (CSB) – 1.4
  9. Adda Mbang (EAC) – 1.3
  10. Joseph Gabayni (Lyceum) – 1.2

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