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Some PBA stats in the 1979 All-Filipino Conference

04 Mar

Individual scoring: Players’ single-game highs during the Elimination round (Date).

Fortunato Co, Jr – 37 points in Crispa 119-110 win over Tanduay (May 19), 35 points in Crispa 130-124 win over Gilbey’s (May 12).

Lim Eng Beng – 36 points in U/tex 119-102 win over Gilbey’s (May 1), 32 points in U/tex 82-97 loss to Crispa in Baguio City (April 14).

Rudolf Kutch – 36 points in Filmanbank 93-89 win over U/tex in Lucena City (April 22).

Larry Mumar – 35 points in Filmanbank 97-107 loss to Crispa in Davao (April 27).

Arnie Tuadles – 35 points in Toyota 159-141 win over Honda (April 21).

Adriano “Jun” Papa – 34 points in Filmanbank 136-117 win over Honda (April 5).

Ramon Fernandez – 32 points in Toyota’ 104-106 loss to Filmanbank (May 13).

Ernesto De Leon – 32 points in Gilbey’s 120-140 loss to Tanduay (April 7).

Rudy Lalota – 31 points in Royal 102-100 win over Honda (May 1).

Willie Tanduyan – 31 points in Gilbey’s 124-130 loss to Crispa (May 12).

Scoring averages during the first round of eliminations (total of 8 games).

Fortunato Co Jr – 29.12 ppg

Lim Eng Beng – 25.75 ppg

Philip Cezar – 21.50 ppg

Ramon Fernandez – 21.25 ppg

Ernesto Estrada – 21.20 ppg (5 games)

Arnie Tuadles – 20.75 ppg

Rudolf Kutch – 19.50 ppg

Rudy Lalota – 19.42 ppg (7 games)

The Statistical Points as of June 5, the leading contenders in the race for the coveted Most Valuable Player (MVP) award.

Ramon Fernandez (Toyota) – 1,700 SPs

Fortunato Co, Jr (Crispa) – 1,596 SPs

Robert Jaworski (Toyota) – 1,307 SPs

Eusebio Del Rosario (Gilbey’s) – 1,270 SPs

Philip Cezar (Crispa) – 1,251 SPs

Francis Arnaiz (Toyota) – 1,233 SPs

Manny Paner (Great Taste) – 1,209 SPs

Rudy Lalota (Royal Tru-Orange) – 1,188 SPs

Arnie Tuadles (Toyota) – 1,187 SPs

Lim Eng Beng (U/tex) – 1,163 SPs

Note that the MVP award was given at that time during the All-Filipino finals, and not by the end of the season.

Research from PBA Archives’ facebook account.

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