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  1. #61
    Terrence Romeo bags Season 76 MVP award

    As expected, Far Eastern University (FEU) main man Terrence Romeo was named MVP of the men’s senior basketball tournament of UAAP Season 76 after amassing a total of 75.28 statistical points (SPs) at the end of the double-round elimination.

    The Tamaraws stalwart topped the league in scoring and steals for the first time in his career with 22.2 PPG and 1.6 SPG, respectively, while adding 6.3 RPG and 3.9 APG, third-best in the UAAP. He led FEU atop the team standings with a 10-4 record, tied with National University (NU) and De La Salle University.

    University of the East (UE) big man Charles Mammie jumped all the way to the second spot with a total of 75 SPs. The 6-foot-8 import from Sierra Leone averaged 22.5 PPG and 21.0 RPG in their last two games to leapfrog in the ladder. He could’ve won the plum—the first foreigner to do so since FEU’s Anthony Williams in 1981—if he hadn’t missed two games due to suspensions.

    Two-time MVP Ray Parks, who was running a close second to Romeo throughout the season, slid to third place with 73.85 SPs, while Karim Abdul of University of Santo Tomas (UST) and Roi Sumang of UE rounded out the top five with 70.92 and 64.0, respectively.

    Romeo, who also won Rookie of the Year in 2010, virtually inscribed his name on the MVP trophy after tallying a career-high 33 points on top of nine rebounds and five assists in their win over University of the Philippines in their last game in the preliminary round. He owns the three highest single game scoring outputs this season and he hasn’t been shy in saying that part of his goal is to win the MVP award.

    He is the third Tamaraw to clinch the hardware in the Final Four era after his running mate RR Garcia bagged it in 2010 and Arwind Santos in 2004 and 2005. He is also only the second guard after Garcia to be adjudged MVP in the said period.

    Also included in the top 10 are NU’s Emmanuel Mbe (63.57 SPs), La Salle’s Jason Perkins (58.50) and Jeron Teng (58.28), Ateneo’s Chris Newsome (55.71), and La Salle’s Almond Vosotros (55.07).

    The UAAP started using statistics as the sole basis in naming the MVP in 2008.

    SPs are computed by adding points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, and bonus points with turnovers and penalty points from any technical/unsportsmanlike foul also considered.

    http://uaapsports.studio23.tv/sports....html?ref=1438

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    @ Boy London: hindi pa final ang Mythical Five because, just like what was mentioned on that ABS-CBN News report, there is a debate on whether or not two foreigners (i.e., Abdul and Mbe) can be named part of the group. if ever the UAAP Board decides to just have one foreigner as part of the Mythical Five, Mbe will be bumped off in favor of Perkins, a Fil-Am who holds dual citizenship.

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    Yan ang hirap sa UAAP Board, mag-iimprovise na naman ng rules. Kung wala sa rules yung dalawang imports sa Mythical Five, then give the awards according to the results sa rankings.

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    If we follow the awarding in Volleyball, ganito magiging awardees:

    Best Scorer - Terence Romeo
    Best Rebounder - Charles Mammie
    Best in Assister (Joke) - Alolino
    Best Stealer (Joke) - Terence Romeo
    Best Blocker - Karim Abdul

    Sana meron ding:
    Best Free Thrower
    Best 3-point Shooter
    Best Traveller
    Best Fouler

    Hahahahahaha

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    Napapasayaw na si Romeo dito. Hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by animo_92 View Post
    Yan ang hirap sa UAAP Board, mag-iimprovise na naman ng rules. Kung wala sa rules yung dalawang imports sa Mythical Five, then give the awards according to the results sa rankings.
    para magka-mbe rule. parang yung kirk long rule. first year college student lang pwede maging rookie of the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by mother_lili View Post
    If we follow the awarding in Volleyball, ganito magiging awardees:

    Best Scorer - Terence Romeo
    Best Rebounder - Charles Mammie
    Best in Assister (Joke) - Alolino
    Best Stealer (Joke) - Terence Romeo
    Best Blocker - Karim Abdul

    Sana meron ding:
    Best Free Thrower
    Best 3-point Shooter
    Best Traveller
    Best Fouler

    Hahahahahaha
    Kulang pa. Best Flopper.

  10. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by mother_lili View Post
    If we follow the awarding in Volleyball, ganito magiging awardees:

    Best Scorer - Terence Romeo
    Best Rebounder - Charles Mammie
    Best in Assister (Joke) - Alolino
    Best Stealer (Joke) - Terence Romeo
    Best Blocker - Karim Abdul

    Sana meron ding:
    Best Free Thrower
    Best 3-point Shooter
    Best Traveller
    Best Fouler

    Hahahahahaha
    Best Flopper?

    Alam na

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    ^
    Si Ate Kiefey Ravena ang best Flopper

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    ^Best Actress nalang kaya

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuss View Post
    para magka-mbe rule. parang yung kirk long rule. first year college student lang pwede maging rookie of the year
    Jai Reyes rule yan.

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    Congratulations TBR! Bro.

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    Lao gives UP something to cheer about by earning Rookie of the Year honors
    From: Reuben Terrado
    •September 21, 2013, 05:09 pm


    KYLES Lao is set to be named Rookie of the Year in the UAAP Season 76 men’s basketball tournament after obtaining the most statistical points (SPs) among first-year players out of high school.

    The University of the Philippines guard out of Xavier High School tallied 21.6439 SPs, according to an official statistics report provided by Imperium Technology and Smart Bro, to come away with the award for the best rookie in the season.

    Lao, who finished third for UP in scoring with 7.8 points and contributed 2.4 rebounds, won the individual rookie award even after the Maroons finished with a dismal 0-14 record this season.

    “Kyles Lao is very impressive,” said UP coach Rey Madrid. “He is an intelligent player. Despite his height, he can challenge anybody.

    “You better watch out for that guy,” Madrid added.

    Only rookies fresh from high school and not those coming out of residency are eligible for the Rookie of the Year award.

    Axel Inigo of Adamson and Kib Montalbo of La Salle were also in contention for the award in what was actually a lean year for first-year players out of high school this season.

    Charles Mammie, playing in his first year with UE after taking up residency, actually finished second in the Most Valuable Player race but was disqualified from an individual award after incurring a suspension from the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by real madrid View Post
    Lao gives UP something to cheer about by earning Rookie of the Year honors
    From: Reuben Terrado
    •September 21, 2013, 05:09 pm


    KYLES Lao is set to be named Rookie of the Year in the UAAP Season 76 men’s basketball tournament after obtaining the most statistical points (SPs) among first-year players out of high school.

    The University of the Philippines guard out of Xavier High School tallied 21.6439 SPs, according to an official statistics report provided by Imperium Technology and Smart Bro, to come away with the award for the best rookie in the season.

    Lao, who finished third for UP in scoring with 7.8 points and contributed 2.4 rebounds, won the individual rookie award even after the Maroons finished with a dismal 0-14 record this season.

    “Kyles Lao is very impressive,” said UP coach Rey Madrid. “He is an intelligent player. Despite his height, he can challenge anybody.

    “You better watch out for that guy,” Madrid added.

    Only rookies fresh from high school and not those coming out of residency are eligible for the Rookie of the Year award.

    Axel Inigo of Adamson and Kib Montalbo of La Salle were also in contention for the award in what was actually a lean year for first-year players out of high school this season.

    Charles Mammie, playing in his first year with UE after taking up residency, actually finished second in the Most Valuable Player race but was disqualified from an individual award after incurring a suspension from the league.
    So those who transfered and were forced to sit 2 years are not eligible for ROY i.e. Pinggoy etc.?

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    ^Jai Reyes rule

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    kala ko applicable lang yan sa mga transferees pati galing sa ibang bansa

  22. #80
    Quote Originally Posted by mother_lili View Post
    All games up na for NU at FEU.

    Waiting na lang yung candidates from Ateneo at UST, pati UE. Mukhang wala naman sa UP.
    Kasali din ba yung do-or-die game ng DLSU at FEU? pampataas/pampababa din ng stats yun sa mga MVP contenders for both teams.
    pampababa nga sa stats para kay romeo kung isasama pa nila yung stats ng do or die game (as part of elimination round). kc magiging 73.67 na lang ang SP's ni romeo.

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