Parks, Abueva finish one-two in BPC details race; 3 Ginebra major parts in Top 10

Regardless of passing on the last three games, TNT Tropang Giga too sophomore Bobby Ray Parks arose as the insights race victor toward the finish of the PBA Philippine Cup bubble at the AUF Sports Center in Angeles, Pampanga.

Phoenix’s Calvin Abueva, TerraFirma’s CJ Perez and another Phoenix robust Matthew Wright kept their places behind Parks even as TNT’s RR Pogoy snatched fifth spot after his strong appearing for the Tropang Giga in an abrasive remain against Ginebra in the finale.

Parks got done with a 38.2 measurable focuses (SP) normal, trailed by Abueva (37.1), Perez (35.7), Wright (35.65) and Pogoy (35.64).

Other huge gainers in the title season finisher were Ginebra’s Stanley Pringle (34.8) and Japeth Aguilar (32.9). Pringle barely missed making the Top Five while Japeth Aguilar revitalized from way out to complete at eighth.

Scottie Thompson (32.8) was the third Ginebra player to make the Top 10 at No. 9.

The Top 25 are the official competitors for the “Uncommon Five” to be regarded by the PBA in an extraordinary honors customs in January.

Likewise making the Top 10 are NorthPort’s Christian Standhardinger (34.6) and Phoenix’s Jason Perkins (32.7).

NLEX’s Kiefer Ravena (32.6) and San Miguel Beer’s Moala Tautuaa (32.5) missed the Top 10 by a hairline.

They are trailed by Paul Lee, Chris Newsome, Jayson Castro, Arwind Santos, Vic Manuel, Kevin Alas, Poy Erram, Ian Sangalang, Javee Mocon, Marcio Lassiter, Justin Chua, JR Quinahan and Robert Herndon to balance the Top 25.

The top tenderfoots were TerraFirma’s Roosevelt Adams (20.3), Meralco’s Aaron Black (17.3), Alaska’s Barkley Ebona (16.3), Magnolia’s Aris Dionisio (15.9) and Ginebra’s Arvin Tolentino (15.5).


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