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PBA Standings
 1 Global Port 6-1 
 2 TNT Ka Tropa 6-1 
 3 Blackwater Elite 5-2 
 4 Alaska Aces 4-3 
 5 Ginebra Kings 3-3 
 6 Meralco Bolts 3-5 
 7 Hotshots 2-2 
 8 Rain or Shine 2-3 
 9 Phoenix 2-3 
 10 SM Beermen 1-3 
 11 Columbian Dyip 1-4 
 12 NLEX RW 1-6 
Full Standings
Last:6/20/2019
PBA D-League Aspirants Cup Standings
Group A
 1 Ateneo H. 8-1 
 2 St.Clare 6-3 
 3 Go for Gold 6-3 
 4 CheLu Bar & Grill 6-3 
 5 Letran Knights 6-3 
 6 UST GT 6-3 
 7 AMA 2-7 
 8 Batangas 2-7 
 9 Enderun 2-7 
 10 McDavid Apparels 1-8 
Group B
 1 San Sebastian 8-1 
 2 CEU Scorpions 7-2 
 3 FEU Tamaraws 6-3 
 4 San Beda RL 6-3 
 5 Marinerong 5-4 
 6 Diliman College 4-5 
 7 NU Bulldogs 4-5 
 8 Wangs 3-6 
 9 Perpetual Altas 2-7 
 10 TUA WS 0-9 
Last:6/18/2019
ASEAN League Standings
 1 Formosa D. 19-7 
 2 SM Beermen 18-8 
 3 Singapore S. 16-10 
 4 CLS Knights 15-11 
 5 Saigon H. 14-12 
 6 Macau 14-12 
 7 Hong Kong ELL 13-13 
 8 Mono Vampire 11-15 
 9 Westports MD 8-18 
 10 Zhuhai 2-24 
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Last:5/17/2019
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Points Per Game
 Terrence JONES
  TNT K
  (206-F-92)
  Avg: 33.9
 1. Jones TNT K33.9 
 2. Brownlee Ginebra33.5 
 3. Bowles Rain o30.4 
 4. Mitchell NLEX RW29.4 
 5. Rhodes SM Beermen28.3 
 6. Barone Columbian27.0 
 7. Lawal Meralco B26.6 
 8. Parks Blackwater23.4 
 9. Perez Columbian D23.0 
 10. Stepheson Blac.22.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Alex STEPHESON
  Blac.
  (208-F/C-87)
  Avg: 22
 1. Stepheson Blac.22.0 
 2. Lawal Meralco B20.9 
 3. Ibeh Global Port17.3 
 4. Jones TNT K15.7 
 5. Barone Columbian15.0 
 6. Bowles Rain o14.2 
 7. Mitchell NLEX RW13.6 
 8. Rhodes SM Beermen13.5 
 9. Brownlee Ginebra13.2 
 10. Daniels Alaska A12.3 
Assists Per Game
 Scottie THOMPSON
  Ginebra
  (188-G-93)
  Avg: 7.5
 1. Thompson Ginebra7.5 
 2. Castro Willi., TNT7.0 
 3. Jones TNT K6.3 
 4. McCarthy Columbian5.6 
 5. Elorde Global P5.0 
 6. Brownlee Ginebra4.8 
 7. Bowles Rain o4.8 
 8. Banchero Alaska A4.7 
 9. Lee Hotshots4.5 
 10. Bolick Global P4.4 
Steals Per Game
 Roger Ray POGOY
  TNT K
  (189-SG-92)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Pogoy TNT K2.7 
 2. Jalalon Hotshots2.5 
 3. Anthony Global P2.4 
 4. Castro Willi., TNT2.2 
 5. Brownlee Ginebra2.0 
 6. Thompson Ginebra1.7 
 7. Sumang Blackwater1.7 
 8. Parks Blackwater1.7 
 9. Cabagnot SM B1.5 
 10. Perez Columbian D1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Prince IBEH
  Global Port
  (208-C-94)
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Ibeh Global Port3.6 
 2. Rhodes SM Beermen3.3 
 3. Jones TNT K2.4 
 4. Stepheson Blac.2.2 
 5. Brownlee Ginebra2.2 
 6. Daniels Alaska A2.0 
 7. Fajardo SM B2.0 
 8. Mitchell NLEX RW1.6 
 9. Barone Columbian1.5 
 10. Bowles Rain o1.4 
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North wins highest-scoring All-Star Game in PBA history - Apr 1, 2019


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Japeth Aguilar (206-C-87, college: WKU) put on an aerial show for the fans as the North defeated the South, 185-170, on Sunday night in the highest-scoring PBA All-Star Game in league history.

The Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings high-flyer scored 32 points, most of which came from dunks to the delight of the soldout crowd at the Calasiao Sports Complex in the first-ever PBA All-Star Game held in this province.

The most entertaining highlight of the game came in the third quarter when Aguilar leaped over South All-Star's June Mar Fajardo (210-C-89) to give his team a 137-120 lead.

The North All-Stars never trailed in the game after Paul Lee (185-G-89) and Marcio Lassiter (190-G/F-87, college: CS Fullerton) hit back-to-back threes to start off the match and take a 51-25 lead at the end of the first quarter.

It later became the highest scoring All-Star Game in the history of the league.

Aguilar and Arwind Santos (193-F-81), who scored a team-high 34 points, were later named co-Most Valuable Players of the 2019 showpiece.

The two teams combined for 45 three-pointers, the most in history of the PBA All-Star Game, with Lee converting a game-high nine treys.

Santos also grabbed 17 rebounds while also entertaining the crowd with his 'Spiderman dunk,' a maneuver that has already been outlawed by the league in official games.

Lee pitched in 27 points while Alex Cabagnot (183-G-82, college: Hawaii-Hilo) added 18 points for the North All-Stars.

PJ Simon (183-G-80) led the way with 34 points for the South All-Stars, who after trailing by as many as 27 points cut the deficit to two points, 92-90, on a triple by Mark Barroca (178-PG-86).

But the North All-Stars answered with a 13-2 run to pull away for good.

Also seeing action in the All-Star game were PBA legends Benjie Paras (196-F/C-68) and Ronnie Magsanoc (175-G-66) for the North, and Alvin Patrimonio (191-F-66) and Jerry Codinera (198-C-66) for the South.

Meanwhile, 83 wheelchairs will be donated by promoter Double V Productions to the Alagang PBA Foundation for the 45 three-pointers and 38 dunks made in the annual showpiece.

The scores:

North All-Stars (185) - Santos 34, Aguilar 32, Lee 27, Cabagnot 18, Lassiter 12, Tenorio 11, Abueva 11, Rosario 10, Pringle 8, Banchero 7, Norwood 5, Paras 4, Perkins 3, Magsanoc 2, Castro 0, Caguioa 0.

South All-Stars (170) - Simon 34, Fajardo 26, Romeo 19, Barroca 18, Jalalon 15, Erram 14, Pogoy 12, Ross 10, Slaughter 8, Belo 6, Patrimonio 4, Amer 3, Yap 2, Thompson 0, Codinera 0, Taulava 0.

Quarterscores: 51-25; 89-75; 137-122; 185-170

* News credit: Reuben Terrado of spin.ph

Aris Ignacio is from the Philippines and has always been a big fan of Philippine basketball. Aris' follows the Philippine Basketball Association since the late 80's and has learned the history and personalities of the PBA. He also has interest with other basketball tournaments in the Philippines and beyond most specifically college basketball (UAAP, NCAA), the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL), FIBA Asia and World Cup tournaments. Follow Aris Ignacio on Twitter at aris_ignacio.
  



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