UAAP 81 By the Numbers: Career highs for everyone

Paul Lintag on Oct 08, 2018 09:03 PM
UAAP 81 By the Numbers: Career highs for everyone
So without wasting too much time, let's dive in to the latest UAAP By the Numbers to find out what is up.

In UAAP Season 81's biggest weekend since the first one, there were some interesting games played that's for sure.

Ironically enough, Ateneo-La Salle was not the most interesting.

Yep, last weekend was that good.

So without wasting too much time, let's dive in to the latest UAAP By the Numbers to find out what is up.

 


28

Total turnovers for La Salle in its loss to Ateneo, a season high.

The Green Archers were swarmed all over by the Ateneo defense. The offense didn't click that much too as La Salle only had three assists the whole game.

3:28 assist-to-turnover ratio is not a formula for winning that's for sure.

 


20

Total points for Ateneo's Angelo Kouame against La Salle, which tied his season and career high.

Kouame has been huge for the Blue Eagles so far and in his first Ateneo-La Salle game, he certainly showed up. His two-hand slam off a forced La Salle turnover was the exclamation point in the dominant win for the champs.

 


5

Total players who recorded UAAP career high in points during that wild UP-NU showdown.

Joshua Sinclair and JV Gallego each scored 13 points while Javi Gomez de Liano had 19.

Super rookie Dave Ildefonso came through with 20 points while Bright Akhuetie had 21 points for the Maroons.

Bright's actual career high was 44 points but he recorded that in the NCAA for Perpetual Help.

 


2

Total wins this season for the UST Growling Tigers.

After mauling UE, UST now has more wins than last season when the Tigers ended up with a woeful 1-13 mark. That's improvement.

What's another improvement is the Tigers sinking 16 triples. The last time they mad that many threes was eight years ago.

 


0

Total field goals for Adamson in overtime against FEU.

After a late run to force overtime, the Falcons fired blanks against the Tamaraws in extra time and FEU ended the only unbeaten streak this season.

The race to the Final Four is officially wide open again.

 


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