Welcome to our Governors' Cup card day! We will now give our grade to each player of all the teams. We will use the normal grading system of 50-100. 75 is the passing grade of course. Let us all welcome the participants coming from the four teams eliminated in the quarterfinals! My grade greatly depends on the performance of the player and in his success on doing his role in his team. So, let's get this rolling!
TNT KA-TROPA 99 Castro, Jayson 95 Fonacier, Larry 93 Ammons, Mychal 91 Rosales, Kris 87 De Ocampo, Ranidel 84 Williams, Kelly 81 Reyes, Ryan 79 Madanly, Michael 78 Rosario, Troy 75 Carey, Harvey 74 Ganuelas-Rosser, Matt 73 Tautuaa, Moala 60 Nuyles, Alex
It is really hard to describe what Jayson Castro did this conference. He put up 23.1 points, 3.8 rebounds, 7.4 assists, 1.1 steals and 37.2% 3FG per game. He was the import of TNT. I saw several games where he takeover and he succeeded in pushing his team to victories. Larry Fonacier was also fantastic this conference. He hit 47.6% of his shots from the outside and he was also passable on defense.
Moala Tautuaa was not that bad this conference but he ended with the 2nd worst grade. He put up the third worst offensive rating and was not able to deliver with the opportunity that was given to him. Alex Nuyles was very bad in his few minutes in the court.
SAN MIGUEL BEERMEN 95 Fajardo, June Mar 89 Cabagnot, Alex 87 Santos, Arwind 86 Millsap, Elijah 84 Ross, Chris 77 Lassiter, Marcio 76 Tubid, Ronald 75 Semerad, David 74 Heruela, Brian 74 Reyes, Jay-R 72 De Ocampo, Yancy 72 Espinas, Gabby 70 Arana, Ryan 67 David, Gary One of the downside of consistency is we tend to under-appreciate and that applies to the Kraken who again finished with a double-double average (18.9 points, 12.9 rebounds, 1.4 blocks, 58.2% FG) . Fajardo ended with +14.5 net rating. Alex Cabagnot's primary value has been his ability to knock shots in crunchtime and he was consistent again in hitting big time shots. He was also fantastic with his offguard role, 42% 3FG.
Ryan Arana and Gary David were awful in their bench roles. Gary David's hand was very cold in the conference, shooting 29% from beyond the arc while Arana ended up shooting 37% in the court this conference.