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Pringle, MVP erik on the tug of war for Fajardo



June Mar Fajardo found a strong rival in the bid for record fifth PBA Most Valuable Player Award

Published on March 11

Updated 12: 12, November 08, 2018

LEAGUE LEADERS. Stanley Pringle of NorthPort beat Fajardo, June's San Miguel Beer, in the statistics competition. PBA images (Pringle) and Josh Albelda (Fajardo) photos

LEAGUE LEADERS. Stanley Pringle of NorthPort beat Fajardo, June's San Miguel Beer, in the statistics competition. PBA images (Pringle) and Josh Albelda (Fajardo) photos

MANILA, Philippines – After playing only two games in the PBA Governors & # 39; Cup qualifiers, June Mar Fajardo NorthPort guard Stanley Pringle offered a record fifth MVP award.

Pringle, who won the 2015 Rookie of the Year Award, placed at the top of the statistics race with an average of 35.5 points and took second place with Fajardo's 33.2.

The four-stroke MVP had been the season leader of the season overtaking the win, but had to take a break to get rid of the stress break in the right shin.

In the season-ending tournament, in the two games he played, Fajardo collected SP statistics (11 points) and scored points.

Barangay Ginebra's third place in Japeth Aguilar with 32.9, NorthPort's Sean Anthony's fourth with 31.3, followed by 30.8 with another Ginebra player, Scottie Thompson.

Thompson, who is trying to break the top 5's, has made her the favorite favorite for Plum Player Plum.

Phoenix Petroleum's Matthew Wright (30.6) rounded the top 10, 3 SMB stars in Alex Cabagnot (30.2), Arwind Santos (30.0) and Marcio Lassiter (29.9) and Alaska A new Vic GO player in Milk (29.0).

Outside the top 10, Blackwater's JP Erram (28.4), TNT KaTropa's Jayson Castro (28.2), and Paul Lee (27.5) in Magnolia.

Although In the statistics contest Fajardo fell to number 2, the SMB stalwart could still be in a good position for him in voting at the Best Player Conference awards in the Philippine Cup and Commissioner Cup.

Meanwhile, Phoenix Petroleum emerged as the leading contestant for the Rookie Award of the Year for Jason Perkins.

For the best rookie plum, an all-La Sallian war could be, Jeron Teng (18.3) could run behind Perkins (23.4) in the statistical race.

Christian Standhardinger and No. 2; Kiefer Ravena was out of the race because they could not meet the minimum number of games that the competitors could play in the season. – Rappler.com


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