PBA: Alaska's Mike Harris still leads Best Import race

Paul Lintag on Nov 25, 2018 01:40 PM
PBA: Mike Harris still leads Best Import race
Harris has his Aces in the Finals and is on the verge of winning Best Import on top of having an opportunity to capture a PBA title.

The wild Best Import race of the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup is almost over.

And after a wild playoff chase, Alaska's Mike Harris continues to lead all contenders.

Harris has his Aces in the Finals and is on the verge of winning Best Import on top of having an opportunity to capture a PBA title.

With averages of 30.31 points, 20.69 rebounds, 2.81 assists, 1.13 steals and 1.00 blocks, Harris maintains pole position for Best Import.

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

Barangay Ginebra’s Justin Brownlee, Phoenix Petroleum’s Eugene Phelps, Meralco’s Allen Durham, NLEX’s Aaron Fuller and Blackwater’s Henry Walker had all been strong bets until their teams moved out of the title hunt one after another.

The only one standing in the way of Harris winning Best Import is Magnolia's Romeo Travis.

A former Best Import winner, Travis has Magnolia in the Finals to take on the Aces and has averages of 24.5 markers, 14.8 boards, 4.81 assists, and 2.0 steals.

 


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