Arellano's Jiovani Jalalon is leaving his mark on both ends of the floor

Santino Honasan on Aug 31, 2015 11:57 AM
Jalalon leaving his mark on both ends of the floor
"The Bus Driver" has been scoring, passing, and stealing for the chiefs this season

The first week of the second round is now in the books, and while not much has changed in the NCAA’s statistical races, a certified playmaker has also made his presence felt in the league’s offensive list.

Here are the statistical leaders after the first week of the second round of eliminations.

 

POINTS PER GAME

Perpetual’s Bright Akhuetie still holds a slim lead over San Beda’s Art Dela Cruz at the top, but Arellano’s floor general Jiovani Jalalon enters the scoring race after a 37-point outburst against JRU last Thursday.

1

Akhuetie, Bright

UPHSD

 21.00

2

De La Cruz, Art

SBC

20.36

3

Nimes, Josan

MIT

18.43

4

Calisaan, Michae   l

SSCR

18.27

5

Grey, Jonathan

CSB

17.89

6

Oraeme, Allwell

MIT

17.70

7

Cruz, Mark

CSJL

17.55

8

Teodoro, Bernabe

JRU

17.20

9

Jalalon, Jiovani

AU

16.50

10

Ortuoste, Jon

SSCR

16.27

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

As in the first round of eliminations, Mapua’s Allwell Oraeme still remains as the league’s most consistent board-getter, averaging close to 19 rebounds per contest.

1

Oraeme, Allwell

MIT

18.70

2

Guinto, Bradwyn

SSCR

12.45

3

Akhuetie, Bright

UPHSD

12.10

4

De La Cruz, Arthur    

SBC

12.09

5

Thompson, Earl

UPHSD

11.00

6

Hamadou, Laminou

EAC

10.00

7

Onwubere, Sidney

EAC

9.80

8

Adeogun, Olaide

SBC

9.00

9

Nguidjol, Jean

LPU

9.00

10

Calisaan, Michael

SSCR

8.73

 

ASSISTS PER GAME

Jiovani Jalalon regains solo-lead in the league’s assists race, averaging close to ten dimes per game, capped off by a-16 assist effort in their double overtime loss to JRU.

1

Jalalon, Jiovani

AU

9.60

2

Thompson, Earl

UPHSD

8.30

3

De La Cruz, Arthur   

SBC

6.09

4

Isit, Carlos

MIT

5.17

5

Nimes, Josan

MIT

5.00

6

Sara, Roldan

SBC

4.70

7

Costelo, Ryan

SSCR

4.64

8

Ortuoste, Jon

SSCR

4.09

9

Cruz, Mark

CSJL

3.64

10

Salado, Michael

AU

3.60

 

STEALS PER GAME

Jalalon has been making it happen on both ends of the floor to kick off the second round. He overtakes Rey Nambatac to lead the league in thefts with almost three per game.

1

Jalalon, Jiovani

AU

2.90

2

Nambatac, Rey

CSJL

2.73

3

Cruz, Mark

CSJL

2.64

4

Akhuetie, Bright

UPHSD

2.20

5

Stevens, Andretti

MIT

2.14

6

Grey, Jonathan

CSB

2.11

7

Sara, Roldan

SBC

1.80

8

Munsayac, Francis   

EAC

1.80

9

Salado, Michael

AU

1.80

10

Onwubere, Sidney

EAC

1.70

 

BLOCKS PER GAME

Mapua’s Oraeme remains as the league’s most intimidating force inside. The Nigerian tower averages close to four rejections a contest.

1

Oraeme, Allwell

MIT

3.80

2

Eze, Prince

UPHSD

2.22

3

Nguidjol, Jean

LPU

2.11

4

Hamadou, Laminou

EAC

1.45

5

Sollano, Jomari

CSJL

1.45

6

Guinto, Bradwyn

SSCR

1.27

7

AdoumAbba, Mbang   

EAC

1.25

8

Holts, Dioncee

AU

1.20

9

AbdulWahab, Abdul

JRU

1.10

10

Tankoua, Pierre

SBC

1.00

 

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