Adamson main gunner Florencio Serrano paces the UAAP Juniors basketball Most Valuable Player race after amassing 73.4 total statistical points at the end of the first round.
The Pampanga-native, who registered averages of 19.2 points, 8.1 rebounds and 1.4 assists, is one of the biggest reasons why the Baby Falcons have been dominant through the first half of the opening round.
The Baby Falcons own a menacing average winning margin of 28.8 points en route to a league-best 7-0 record.
Ateneo Blue Eaglet SJ Belangel is a distant second in the MVP derby with 70.5 SPs while Juan Gomez De Liano of University of The Philippines-Integrated School is at third spot with 69.3 SPs.
John Lloyd Clemente from the reigning champion National University is at fourth with 64.6 SPs while Far Eastern University’s Kenji Roman rounded up the top five with 60.1 SPs.
Completing the top 10 are Adamson’s Gerry Austin Abadiano (57.3), NU’s Rhayyan Amsali (58.9), Inand Formillos (53.0) of University of Santo Tomas, Blue Eaglet Dave Ildefonso (52.4 SPs), and Baby Tamaraw Jack Gloria (52.0). – John Bryan Ulanday
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