PBA: Alaska's Mike Harris wins Best Import

Paul Lintag on Dec 12, 2018 07:02 PM
PBA: Alaska's Mike Harris wins Best Import
Harris finished first in one of the closest PBA Best Import races in history, beating former winners Justin Brownlee, Allen Durham, and Finals rival Romeo Travis.

Alaska’s Mike Harris is this year’s no. 1 import in the PBA Governors’s Cup.

Harris finished first in one of the closest PBA Best Import races in history, beating former winners Justin Brownlee, Allen Durham, and Finals rival Romeo Travis.

Alaska had Harris right from the start and the Aces were at the top of the standings all conference long before ultimately finishing with the no. 3 seed.

Harris then helped Alaska eliminate San Miguel and Meralco to make the Finals for the first time in two years. The Aces currently trail the Magnolia Hotshots, 1-2, in the best-of-seven series for the title.

Still, Harris had an impressive outing up to this point, averaging 30.3 points and 20.7 rebounds through the semifinals.

Ironically, Harris is the first Alaska reinforcement win win Best Import since Romeo Travis in 2015. Travis won the same award three years ago with the Aces.

 


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