PBA: Best Player of the Conference Race

We rank the TOP 5 local players in the league so far this commissioner’s cup

5. Sean Anthony (Last Week: #4)

 Sean Anthony is averaging double-double with 15.60 points, 10.40 rebounds along with 3.60 assists (SPs: 31.40) in 25.80 minutes per game this conference. The energetic power forward is the team’s top local scorer this conference.

4. Calvin Abueva (Last Week: No Rank) 

 Calvin Abueva is our newcomer on our TOP 5 local players this conference. “The Beast”and the Aces are on a four game winning skid. Abueva is averaging 14.40 points, 7.60 rebounds, 3.40 assists, 1 steal and .60 blocks in just 25.80 minutes per game (SPs: 31.80).

3. Terrence Romeo (Last Week: #2)

 Terrence Romeo is averaging 25.33 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3 assists in 33.67 minutes of action (SPs: 32). He is just averaging 17.5 points a game in two losses of Batang Pier this week. Still, he is the top scorer among locals this conference with an average of 25.33 points.

2. Carlo Lastimosa (Last Week: #1)

Carlo Lastimosa has slow down this week averaging just 14 points a game after a hot start. But he is still at no. 2 spot in our BPC race this conference.  The Elite Guard is averaging 22.83 points per game along with 4.67 rebounds and 2.17 assists (EFF: 33.83).

1. Greg Slaughter (Last Week: #3)

 Greg Slaughter is a monster double double machine for Ginebra. He led the Kings with a 3-3 record so far this conference and he is the leading local scorer and rebounder for the team. He is averaging 18 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist and .8 block in 32 minutes per game (SPs: 36). He is also at no. 1 in MVP race this season.


We rank the TOP 5 local players in the league so far this commissioner’s cup

5. Marcio Lassiter 

 Lassiter is averaging 21 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4 assists (EFF: 38.80) in 2 games this conference. The deadly shooter is the Beermen’s top local scorer this conference with June Mar Fajardo not yet in 100% due to injury.

4. Sean Anthony 

 Sean Anthony is averaging double-double with 15.25 points, 11.75 rebounds along with 3 assists (EFF: 39.41) in 4 games this conference. The underrated forward has led the Road Warriors to a 2-2 start this season.

3. Greg Slaughter 

 Ginebra is 2-1 this conference with Greg Slaughter on the court. Slaughter is averaging 16,67 points, 11 rebounds, 1.33 assists and 1 block in 33,67 minutes per game (EFF:40.51). He is currently no. 1 in MVP Race this season.

2. Terrence Romeo 

 The “Golden Boy” is averaging 27 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.6 assists in 36.20 minutes of action (EFF: 41.36). He is the second top scorer among locals this conference and is 6th overall. The only problem is, Romeo has been averaging 4 turnovers a game too, for a total of 20 turnovers in just 5 games.

1. Carlo Lastimosa 

You won’t believe it. Yes. The no. 1 in our BPC race is Carlo Lastimosa. The Elite guard has been the top local scorer this conference. He has scored a total of 109 points in just 4 games and has scored at least 20 points since the start of the conference including career high 39 points. He is averaging 27.25 points per game along with 4.25 rebounds and 2.5 assists (EFF: 44.66).Lastimosa led the Blackwater Elite to a 2-2 start.

GILAS-ables: Sean Anthony

“GILAS-ables” is a series of articles that will discuss different players who could make a case for joining the Gilas pool. This series will include Fil-foreign players plying their trade in other leagues, the US NCAA, and the PBA.
We kick off this series with a surprise entry: NLEX’s blossoming forward Sean Anthony.
Name: Anthony, Sean Michael
Team: NLEX Road Warriors
Height: 6’ 6”
Weight: 200 lbs
College: McGill University (Montreal, Canada)
8.75 points per game, 5.77 rebounds per game, 1.95 assists per game
2015 Season:
20.5 points per game, 12.8 rebounds per game, 4.7 assists per game
If you have been watching the current PBA season, then you know why Sean Anthony should be included in the Gilas pool. He has ore than doubled his career averages in points, rebounds, and assists and have shown a ferocity in his game that the PBA has not seen from him before.
The big man from McGill seemed destined to be a journeyman reserve but has recently dominated the opposition that is reminiscent of a young Benji Paras. In a blazing start to his season, Anthony logged double-doubles in NLEX’s first five games, before barely missing out on a sixth double-double (19pts, 9 rebounds). More importantly, NLEX is among the top PBA teams, with a 4-2 record, above traditional powerhouses like Barangay Ginebra, Talk ‘N Text and Purefoods.
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