Power Rankings: LA Tenorio to the rescue!

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Power Rankings: LA Tenorio to the rescue!

Post by betterhalf on Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:57 pm

Power Rankings: LA Tenorio to the rescue!

The rookies have done well this turn. When I did the Rookie
Rankings a week ago, the current batch didn’t do enough. It’s a welcome
change that Calvin Abueva is not the only newbie who qualified in the Power Rankings.

But sadly, the first two guys in this list are injured.
More of this later!

By the way, may the Holy Week be a sign of reflection to you people!

Game starts now!

15 – PAUL LEE / RAIN OR SHINE
Despite the initial loss of Jeff Chan due to injury (he has since returned) and the inability of import
Bruno Sundov to score more points, The Lethal Weapon has yet to unleash
his scoring prowess. However, in his last two games he averaged 15ppg,
4.5rpg, and 5.5apg – the numbers we are accustomed to during his rookie
year.

14 – LARRY FONACIER / TALK N TEXT
Now the Baby-Faced Assassin has exploded
this March… if you discount the March 1 and 24 games where he combined
for just 5 points. In one stretch he had 3.5apg to go with 17.5ppg! This
is a welcome development to cancel out the current ineffectiveness of
Ranidel de Ocampo and Kelly Williams.

13 – JAMES YAP / SAN MIG COFFEE
For James Yap, the Holy Week is the chance for him to relax and unwind
after the harrowing ordeal (aka Kris Aquino) he suffered a few weeks
back. Before his lackluster 5-point game against Alaska, Yap was fired
up averaging 19 points and almost 4 rebounds in three games.

12 – CALVIN ABUEVA / ALASKA
After having one “beastly” effort in which came in with a conference
high of 27 points and 11 rebounds against team nemesis San Mig Coffee
Mixers, Abueva was brought back to earth with a six-point, three-rebound output versus the Petron Blaze Boosters.

11 – ARWIND SANTOS / PETRON
Now all you guys who follow Arwind’s statistical showcase will find his
current performance underwhelming. If you look at it though, in his last
two games, he’s claiming 11rpg to go with his 10.5ppg.

10 – JAYSON CASTRO / TALK N TEXT
The last four games were extremely tough for The Blur and his Tropang
Texters. In the last two games they won, Castro was just good for
8.5ppg, 5.5rpg, and 4apg. In their last two losses however, Maestro
banged away with 17.5ppg, 4rpg, 4.5apg, and 3spg. I can’t really say if
this is the case of his teammates playing poor or he needs to step up
because of their import.

9 – ALEX CABAGNOT / PETRON
After handing out 8 assists in their loss against Talk N Text, A-Cab
just had two in their defeat against Alaska. His 12.5ppg is Petron’s
local best but with Rodney averaging just 7ppg, he needs to do more.

8 – JAPETH AGUILAR / GLOBALPORT
If there’s someone who misses Justin Williams the most, it’s this guy.
Sure, Japeth is still the behemoth he now became when he was “saved” by
GlobalPort but ever since Williams has been replaced, Aguilar has scored
in double figures just once in their last four games.

7 – JOSH URBIZTONDO / BARAKO BULL
The Fireball may have turned up his assists – averaging 9.5apg in Barako
Bull’s last two games – but his offense went dead after the Talk N Text game. In his last three games he has averaged just 5ppg with 3-of-17 from the three-point area and 6-of-26 from the field.

6 – MIKE CORTEZ / AIR21
As mentioned, Franz Pumaren’s team had a turnaround when they got lucky and swapped Yousef Taha for Mike Cortez. The Cool Cat has made Air21 a contender with his presence alone and in their 4-game winning run, he has normed 11.8ppg, 6rpg, and 5.5apg.

5 – GARY DAVID / GLOBAL PORT
After suffering a conference low of 9 points versus Air21, his super
scoring returned against Meralco – scoring a conference high of 29
points. El Granada has scored under 20 points just thrice this
conference but all of this is for naught if his explosions don’t result
to wins.

4 – SOLOMON MERCADO / GLOBAL PORT
Affected by GlobalPort’s eight-game skid, Sol Mercado’s performance is
dropping. In two games his almost double-double points-assist averages
have gone to 10.5ppg and 5apg. One sign for this is the re-emergence of
Willie Miller. The Thriller has normed 15ppg in their last three games.

3 – LA TENORIO / GINEBRA
In their current four-game winning streak, Tenyente Tenorio has helped
the team consistently in terms of scoring and playmaking with 16.3ppg,
5.3rpg, and 6.8apg. These are awesome numbers considering that the last
time Tenorio had this… he was still wearing an Alaska jersey. And
instead of wilting, he stepped up in the absence of Mark Caguioa with 27
points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists.

2 – CHRIS ROSS / MERALCO
The current main local of Meralco doesn’t need to score to get
recognized. Before his injury against GlobalPort where he briefly
played, Ross was averaging in double figures in assists. In fact in
their last five games before the GP game, he was averaging 12.4apg.
Actually if you check out the Bolts’ loss over the San Mig Coffee
Mixers, Ross had a triple double of 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 10
assists. This is how important it is for Meralco to retain the services
of Ross and who knows their future if Ross gets benched for an extended
period.

1 – MARK CAGUIOA / GINEBRA
It’s hard to write The Spark’s second consecutive win in this list
because he may miss a bunch of games for the Gin Kings because of a MCL
sprain. This development came in the worst of times with Ginebra winning
their last four games. While Tenorio has stepped up to fill in his
void, Caguioa has averaged 24.7ppg, 5.3rpg, and 4apg in Ginebra’s
winning run and he was getting 40 minutes consistently for the squad. He
is also averaging 9.3FGM in 19FGA. Getting almost 50 percent from The
Spark is always a good thing.

As suffered by the fates of Joe Devance and Jayvee Casio, The Spark will probably get sidetracked from the list if he can’t show in their first week of April matches.

Gone from the list aside from Devance and Casio are Alaska’s Sonny
Thoss and Rain or Shine’s Beau Belga. Lassiter and Hodge are just
debuting in the rankings while Fajardo and Cardona has been in and out
of the rankings as of late.

Game over!



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Re: Power Rankings: LA Tenorio to the rescue!

Post by geraldasakura on Tue Apr 02, 2013 3:33 pm

Grabe biglang angat sa power rankings si LA... Last time wala siya sa top 10.. now rank 3 na siya.. galing..

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Re: Power Rankings: LA Tenorio to the rescue!

Post by betterhalf on Tue Apr 02, 2013 3:55 pm

baka sa ginebra pa yan mag MVP

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Re: Power Rankings: LA Tenorio to the rescue!

Post by caloy on Wed Apr 03, 2013 5:26 am

Kung magiging consistent si LA day in and day out sa magandang laro nya ,hindi malayong makuha nya MVP dito sa Ginebra.

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Re: Power Rankings: LA Tenorio to the rescue!

Post by nolzky83 on Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:10 am

yan naman talaga si LA eh magaling talaga..

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