PBA: Harris leads Brownlee and Phelps in close Best Import race

Paul Lintag on Nov 07, 2018 01:36 PM
PBA: Harris leads Brownlee and Phelps in Best Import race
After the elimination round, Alaska's Mike Harris is barely holding on to first place, leading all imports with an average of 60.4 statistical points.

The Best Import race for the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup is unsurprisingly close.

After the elimination round, Alaska's Mike Harris is barely holding on to first place, leading all imports with an average of 60.4 statistical points.

Monster Mike went for 29.8 points and 21.7 rebounds per gams. Harris has the Aces on the brink of the semis as the no. 3 seed with a twice-to-beat edge in the quarterfinals.

A close second is Justin Brownlee of the two-time champion Gin Kings.

Brownlee has an average of 59.1 SPs and he has no. 1 Ginebra in the semis to take on Magnolia for Manila Clasico.

Eugene Phelps of no. 2 Phoenix is not far behind, sitting at third place with 58.0 SPs while NLEX's Aaron Fuller is fourth with 57.4 SPs. However, the Road Warriors are already eliminated from the tournament.

Reigning two-time Best Import Allen Durham of Meralco completes the top-5 with 56.2 SPs.

 


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