DA promotes brown rice consumption

By: Emme Rose Santiagudo THE Department of Agriculture (DA) Region 6-Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) is promoting brown rice consumption to the public. During the launching of the 2018 National Rice Awareness Month celebration at SM City Iloilo Northpoint Activity Center on Nov 5, 2018, DA Regional Executive Director Remelyn Recoter said that public awareness of […] The post DA promotes brown rice consumption appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource: thedailyguardian thedailyguardianNov 8th, 2018

DA Bicol promotes brown rice consumption

DA Bicol promotes brown rice consumption.....»»

Category: newsSource:  bicolstandardRelated NewsSep 8th, 2016

LGUS Urged to Adopt Laws Addressing Rice Wastage, Brown Rice Consumption

The Department of Agriculture (DA) here called on local government units (LGUs) to adopt measures in addressing rice wastage and promoting brown rice and other staples consumption. In today’s Kapihan sa PIA Cebu forum, Leo... The post LGUS Urged to Adopt Laws Addressing Rice Wastage, Brown Rice Consumption appeared first on MetroCebu News......»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsNov 27th, 2017

Central Luzon promotes brown rice to lessen diabetes, cardio diseases

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga -- An official of the Department of Agriculture in Region 3 urged Central Luzon consumers to eat brown rice to protect them from serious diseases......»»

Category: newsSource: NewsSep 16th, 2016

Cagayan Valley agri office promotes brown rice

CITY OF ILAGAN, Isabela: Cagayan Valley’s regional agriculture office promoted brown rice over the weekend as part of National Rice Awareness Month. Regional agriculture office director Lucrecio Alviar said they seldom see households that consume b.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsSep 13th, 2016

Browns GM: Team hasn t discussed Condoleezza Rice as coach

By Tom Withers, Associated Press CLEVELAND (AP) — The Browns' coaching search isn't quite ready to cross gender or diplomatic lines. General manager John Dorsey, who opened the possibility of hiring a woman to be Cleveland's next coach, said Sunday that the team has not discussed former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as a candidate to become the club's ninth coach since 1999. ESPN, citing an anonymous league source, reported that the team would like to interview Rice, an ardent Browns fan since childhood, for its coaching job. However, Dorsey said she is not on the team's current list of candidates. "Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is a great leader, possesses the highest possible character and also happens to be a Browns fan," Dorsey said. "I have the utmost respect and admiration for all she's accomplished and was honored to meet her for the first time earlier this season. Our coaching search will be thorough and deliberate, but we are still in the process of composing the list of candidates and Secretary Rice has not been discussed." Earlier this week, Dorsey said he would consider a wide-range of candidates. "I just want the best possible head coach to move this thing forward regardless of age," he said. "It could be a woman, too. I am serious. Who knows?" The 64-year-old Rice would be an historic and outside-the-box candidate for the Browns, who fired Hue Jackson last month after he won just three games in two-plus seasons and went 0-16 in 2017. There has never been a woman interviewed for a head coaching job in the NFL. On her Facebook page, Rice professed her deep love for the Browns and said confidently, "I know they will hire an experienced coach to take us to the next level." "On a more serious note, I do hope that the NFL will start to bring women into the coaching profession as position coaches and eventually coordinators and head coaches," she wrote. "One doesn't have to play the game to understand it and motivate players. But experience counts — and it is time to develop a pool of experienced women coaches. "BTW — I'm not ready to coach but I would like to call a play or two next season if the Browns need ideas! And at no time will I call for a "prevent defense." Rice's last reference is common among die-hard Browns fans, who still bemoan then-coach Marty Schottenheimer's decision to play soft coverage in the 1986 AFC championship game when Denver quarterback John Elway drove the Broncos 98 yards to a game-tying touchdown in the final seconds. "The Drive" as it's known helped the Broncos beat the Browns 23-20 in overtime, denying Cleveland a trip to the Super Bowl. Rice discussed her love for the team during a visit to the Browns' headquarters in 2010. Her passion for the Browns dates to her early years in Alabama, where she and her father watched games together and cheered for Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown on teams coached by Paul Brown. Rice has become increasingly involved in sports, serving on the College Football Playoff selection committee and chairing a commission on college basketball. She served as secretary of state under President George W. Bush from 2005-09. Dorsey said interim coach Gregg Williams will be interviewed for the full-time position following the season. The Browns have a bye this week and will face Cincinnati next Sunday, when they'll have a reunion sorts with Jackson, who was hired by the Bengals as a special assistant to coach Marvin Lewis......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 19th, 2018

“Suwaan bay humay?” Has the Boholano concept of the sacred rice changed?

Across time, Boholano attitude towards rice and its consumption has apparently changed. Rice, to Boholanos is as sacred as ubi, its ethno-religious root crop. Such is so, that when farmer’s child trips and accidentally drops an ubi, the ubi gets a kiss, the child gets a whack in the butt. When farmers dry the palay […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  boholnewsdailyRelated NewsNov 5th, 2018

ON HIGH INFLATION RATE: Minimize rice wastage, public told

AS THE country’s inflation rate surges to 6.4 percent, the National Nutrition Council (NNC)-6 advised the public to minimize rice wastage. NNC-6 regional nutrition program coordinator Nona Tad-y said rice wastage normally occurs from production, distribution, up to consumption. Tad-y added that based on several studies by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) and […] The post ON HIGH INFLATION RATE: Minimize rice wastage, public told appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsSep 10th, 2018

Serve me bukbok rice, I will eat it, says Piñol

MANILA, Philippines – Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol dismissed fears that bukbok- or weevil-infested rice is not safe for consumption. In an interview with ANC on Tuesday, August 28, the agriculture chief said rice with weevils "don't even have to be fumigated for the public to eat," and can just be washed ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 28th, 2018

Rice with ‘bukbok’ safe for consumption after fumigation — NFA

The National Food Authority (NFA) on Sunday clarified that the sacks of rice infested with rice weevil (bukbok) are still safe for consumption once the fumigation process is done. NFA Spokesperson Rex Estoperez even said that NFA officials including its Administrator Jason Aquino would be the first to eat the infested rice to assure the public it is still safe. "Very safe 'yan [for consumption], may instruction nga si NFA Administrator (Aquino) na once matapos 'yang fumigation, ang una pong kakain n'yan ay mga taga NFA. Ipapakita natin sa publiko na 'yung NFA officials at administrator ay kumakain ng nabukbok at nafumigate na bigas," Estoperez said in an interview over Radyo Inquirer. ...Keep on reading: Rice with ‘bukbok’ safe for consumption after fumigation — NFA.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 26th, 2018

Rody OKs rice imports to augment NFA buffer

By Ted Tuvera and Angie M. Rosales President Duterte has allowed the National Food Authority (NFA) to import 250,000 metric tons of rice amid reports of a shortage in government stock of the staple grain.Inter-agency NFA Council chairman Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco said Mr. Duterte has allowed the importation aside from an expected shipment of 325,000 MT of rice in February.“We have no option but to follow the President to activate the 250,000 MT on standby that will be on top of the 325,000 MT that will arrive anytime this month,” Evasco said.It turns out, however, that Presidential spokesman Harry Roque missed the President’s instruction to Evasco.Talking to reporters at Palace briefing, Roque said there is no need to import rice yet. “The point is, there’s already rice on its way, no need to authorize the standby order of 250,000 MT because there’s more than enough rice on its way to beef up the NFA stock,” Roque said. Claiming that there is no rice shortage, NFA administrator Jason Aquino said he plans to import rice to replenish the buffer stock.Notably, Evasco and Aquino had been at odds with each other on what mode of rice importation should be done.Evasco cited elements inside the NFA that manipulate importation processes to make money from it.Roque said that Evasco has nonetheless the trust of Mr. Duterte.“If he [Evasco] sees that there are rumblings because somebody wants to make money, so be it, but I’m happy that Secretary Evasco is on top of the situation,” Roque said. “He enjoys full trust and confidence of the President, that’s why until now the President has not commented on this issue because he trusts that Secretary Evasco will do what is best,” he added.Binay: ‘Get your acts together’Sen. Nancy Binay, however, urged agriculture officials to get their acts together on the reported shortage in rice supply of the NFA.Binay took note of the conflicting claims of NFA and Department of Agriculture (DA) officials on the status of NFA rice supply in the market.“My call is for them to hopefully talk. They should stop talking behind the back or blaming each other. It’s high time that they talk and settle the forecasting on the country’s rice stock,” she said.“I hope that DA (Department of Agriculture) Secretary (Manny) Piñol, the NFA Council, and the NFA leadership would sit down and discuss this matter. They should give priority to the need of the nation more than the internal issues among the different agencies,” Binay said.NFA spokesman Rebecca Olarte, last week, said that NFA-accredited rice retailers will not be able to sell NFA rice for the time being and confirmed that it has decided to temporarily discontinue issuing NFA rice to accredited retailers due to low supply.Piñol and Evasco belied the rice shortage, insisting that there is no shortfall on the rice supply in the country and they even said that there are enough stocks for consumption for the next 96 days.“My only concern is that we do not need to reach the stage when the poor can’t buy NFA rice. I guess it is a wakeup call for everybody,” said Binay.The senator herself attested the apparent lack in supply of NFA rice as she tried to purchase some for distribution as relief goods and was told that the price increased from P1,400 to P1,600 per sack.Binay supported the move taken by Sen. Cynthia Villar in conducting an investigation on whether there’s “artificial” rice supply shortage to effect an increase in the price of NFA rice in the market.Meanwhile, the government is expecting palay or paddy rice harvest of 3 million metric tons in the first quarter, which will augment the 2.8 million metric ton surplus from 2017, Agriculture Secretary Emanuel Piñol told DZMM.Piñol said there was no shortage in subsidized rice sold by the NFA, adding raising prices due to an alleged lack in supply amounted to “daylight robbery. Jason Faustino.....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 7th, 2018

Keto diet–would I recommend it? Yes, but…

Last month, I tried doing something I've never tried: go on a diet. No, it's not the one where you drink just lemon water and, when you're starving, meditate to make wanting to eat go away. Nor is it about moderation and eating brown rice. I decided that if I were to go on a diet, it would be something crazy and educational. After all, I've spent a good part of my youth trying to expand my mind by drinking stuff, and most of my adult life expanding my stomach by eating stuff. So I wanted to try something completely different. Successful failure It was, like what happened to Apollo 13, a successful failure. I tried the ketogenic diet for one month, and had to decline a lot of ...Keep on reading: Keto diet–would I recommend it? Yes, but….....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 9th, 2018

2018 NBA Draft sees 236 early entry candidates

NBA press release NEW YORK -- The National Basketball Association announced today that 236 players -- 181 players from colleges and post-graduate institutions and 55 international players -- have filed as early entry candidates for the 2018 NBA Draft presented by State Farm. Players wishing to enter the 2018 NBA Draft were required to submit a letter to the NBA to be received no later than Sunday, April 22. Players who have applied for early entry have the right to withdraw their names from consideration for the Draft by notifying the NBA of their decision in writing no later than 5 p.m. ET on Monday, June 11. Under NCAA rules, in order to retain college basketball eligibility, underclassmen who have entered the 2018 Draft must withdraw by Wednesday, May 30. Following is the list of players from colleges and post-graduate institutions who have applied for early entry into the 2018 NBA Draft, which will be held Thursday, June 21 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES FOR 2018 NBA DRAFT Player | School Deng Adel | Louisville Esa Ahmad | West Virginia Rawle Alkins | Arizona Mike Amius | Western Carolina Kostas Antetokounmpo | Dayton Deandre Ayton | Arizona Udoka Azubuike | Kansas Marvin Bagley III | Duke Mohamed Bamba | Texas Sedrick Barefield | Utah Keita Bates-Diop | Ohio State Tyus Battle | Syracuse Lamonte Bearden | Western Kentucky Tashawn Berry | Dakota College (ND) Leron Black | Illinois Brian Bowen II | South Carolina Ky Bowman | Boston College Jordan Brangers | South Plains College (TX) Mikal Bridges | Villanova Miles Bridges | Michigan State Barry Brown Jr. | Kansas State Bruce Brown Jr. | Miami Bryce Brown | Auburn Troy Brown Jr. | Oregon Jalen Brunson | Villanova Elijah Bryant | BYU C.J. Burks | Marshall Jordan Caroline | Nevada Tony Carr | Penn State Wendell Carter Jr. | Duke Kameron Chatman | Detroit Haanif Cheatham | FGCU Yoeli Childs | BYU Chris Clemons | Campbell Tyler Cook | Iowa Copeland Jr. | Nebraska Bryant Crawford | Wake Forest Mike Daum | South Dakota State Eric Davis Jr. | Texas Jon Davis | Charlotte Jordan Davis | Northern Colorado Shawntrez Davis | Bethune-Cookman Terence Davis | Mississippi Tyler Davis | Texas A&M Marcus Derrickson | Georgetown Hamidou Diallo | Kentucky Noah Dickerson | Washington Donte DiVincenzo | Villanova Dikembe Dixson | UIC Torin Dorn | North Carolina State Trevon Duval | Duke Nojel Eastern | Purdue Carsen Edwards | Purdue Jon Elmore | Marshall Drew Eubanks | Oregon State Jacob Evans | Cincinnati Bruno Fernando | Maryland Dextor Foster | ASA College (FL) Jarrey Foster | SMU Robert Franks Jr. | Washington State Tremaine Fraiser | Westchester CC (NY) Melvin Frazier Jr. | Tulane Wenyen Gabriel | Kentucky Kaiser Gates | Xavier Eugene German | Northern Illinois Admon Gilder | Texas A&M Shai Gilgeous-Alexander | Kentucky Michael Gilmore | FGCU Jessie Govan | Georgetown Tyler Hall | Montana State Jaylen Hands | UCLA Zach Hankins | Ferris State Ethan Happ | Wisconsin Jared Harper | Auburn Mustapha Heron | Auburn Malik Hines | Massachusetts DJ Hogg | Texas A&M Aaron Holiday | UCLA Jalen Hudson | Florida Dewan Huell | Miami Kevin Huerter | Maryland Tramaine Isabell Jr. | Drexel DeAngelo Isby | Utah State Jaren Jackson Jr. | Michigan State Justin Jackson | Maryland Justin James | Wyoming Zach Johnson | FGCU Ismaila Kane | Atlanta Metropolitan Christian Keeling | Charleston Southern Devonte Klines | Montana State Kevin Knox | Kentucky Sagaba Konate | West Virginia Terry Larrier | Connecticut Kalob Ledoux | McNeese State Marquez Letcher-Ellis | Rice Abdul Lewis | NJIT Victor Lewis II | West Texas A&M Makinde London | Tennessee-Chattanooga Dominic Magee | Southern Mississippi Fletcher Magee | Wofford Caleb Martin | Nevada Cody Martin | Nevada Malik Martin | South Florida Zane Martin | Towson Charles Matthews | Michigan Luke Maye | North Carolina Brandon McCoy | UNLV Jalen McDaniels | San Diego State Markis McDuffie | Wichita State Christian Mekowulu | Tennessee State De’Anthony Melton | USC Aaron Menzies | Seattle Chimezie Metu | USC Shake Milton | SMU Shelton Mitchell | Clemson Takal Molson | Canisius Max Montana | San Diego State Doral Moore | Wake Forest Juwan Morgan | Indiana Matt Morgan | Cornell Isaiah Moss | Iowa Travis Munnings | Louisiana-Monroe Jordan Murdock | Friends University Malik Newman | Kansas Josh Okogie | Georgia Tech Ray Ona Embo | Tulane James Palmer Jr. | Nebraska Adjin Penava | Marshall Keanu Peters | Salt Lake CC (UT) Lamar Peters | Mississippi State Jalon Pipkins | Cal State-Northridge Shamorie Ponds | St. John’s Jontay Porter | Missouri Michael Porter Jr. | Missouri Billy Preston | Kansas Marcquise Reed | Clemson Isaiah Reese | Canisius Cody Riley | UCLA Kerwin Roach II | Texas Jerome Robinson | Boston College Mitchell Robinson | Western Kentucky Ahmaad Rorie | Montana Quinton Rose | Temple Brandon Sampson | LSU Corey Sanders | Rutgers Admiral Schofield | Tennessee Micah Seaborn | Monmouth Collin Sexton | Alabama Ronshad Shabazz | Appalachian State Landry Shamet | Wichita State Tavarius Shine | Oklahoma State Chris Silva | South Carolina Yankuba Sima | Oklahoma State Anfernee Simons | IMG Academy Fred Sims Jr. | Chicago State Zhaire Smith | Texas Tech Ray Spalding | Louisville Omari Spellman | Villanova Deshon Taylor | Fresno State Khyri Thomas | Creighton Reid Travis | Stanford Gary Trent Jr. | Duke Allonzo Trier | Arizona Jarred Vanderbilt | Kentucky Lagerald Vick | Kansas Christian Vital | Connecticut Moritz Wagner | Michigan Jaylin Walker | Kent State Lonnie Walker Miami Nick Ward | Michigan State PJ Washington | Kentucky Tremont Waters | LSU Quinndary Weatherspoon | Mississippi State Andrien White | Charlotte Demajeo Wiggins | Bowling Green Lindell Wigginton | Iowa State Austin Wiley | Auburn Kris Wilkes | UCLA Robert Williams III | Texas A&M Justin Wright-Foreman | Hofstra Trae Young | Oklahoma The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into the 2018 NBA Draft: Player | Team/Country Berke Atar | Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey) LiAngelo Ball | UCLA/Vytautas (Lithuania) Romaric Belemene | Oviedo (Spain) Laurynas Beliauskas | Neptunas (Lithuania) Rihards Berzins | Liepaja (Latvia) Laurynas Birutis | Siauliai (Lithuania) Goga Bitadze | Mega Bemax (Serbia) Isaac Bonga | Fraport Skyliners (Germany) Eitenne Ca | Chalon (France) Sigfredo Casero-Ortiz | GET Vosges (France) Emanuel Cate | Prat (Spain) Vasileios Charalampopoulos | PAOK (Greece) Luka Doncic | Real Madrid (Spain) Yago Dos Santos | Paulistano (Brazil) Berkan Durmaz | Tofas (Turkey) Aleksander Dziewa | Slask Wroclaw (Poland) Martynas Echodas | Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania) Ibrahima Faye | Poitiers (France) Gabriel Galvanini | Bauru (Brazil) Stephane Gombauld | Lille Metropole (France) Melvyn Govindy | Cholet (France) Yoan Granvorka | Monthey (Switzerland) Tryggvi Hlinason | Valencia (Spain) Karim Jallow | Bayern Munich (Germany) Matas Jogela | Zalgiris II (Lithuania) Georgios Kalaitzakis | Panathinaikos (Greece) Michal Kolenda | Trefl Sopot (Poland) Antonios Koniaris | PAOK (Greece) Leon Kratzer | Wuerzburg (Germany) Arnoldas Kulboka | Capo d’Orlando (Italy) Rodions Kurucs | Barcelona (Spain) Xabier Lopez-Arostegui | Joventut Badalona (Spain) Matur Maker | CIBA (Canada) Vanja Marinkovic | Partizan (Serbia) William McDowell-White | Baunach (Germany) Blaz Mesicek | Brindisi (Italy) Adam Mokoka | Gravelines (France) Shekinah Munanga | Monaco (France) Dzanan Musa | Cedevita (Croatia) Muhaymin Mustafa | Anadolu Efes (Turkey) Williams Narace | Nancy (France) Amine Noua | ASVEL (France) Elie Okobo | Pau Orthez (France) Viny Okouo | Unicaja (Spain) Louis Olinde | Brose Baskets (Germany) Erxhan Osmani | Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey) Jean-Marc Pansa | Nanterre (France) Darel Poirier | Charleville (France) Marcel Ponitka | Asseco (Poland) Issuf Sanon | Olimpija (Slovenia) Tadas Sedekerskis | Nevezis (Lithuania) Leonardo Tote | Verona (Italy) Michael Uchendu | Bauru (Brazil) Martynas Varnas | Pieno Zvaigzdes (Lithuania) Filip Zagrajski | Beli Manastir (Croatia).....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 24th, 2018

Beach-inspired dishes for summer fun

THE MAYA KITCHEN has come up with three easy-to-do dishes that bring the flavors of the beach to the home — light and nutritious Fish Fingers in Soft Taco with Avocado Aioli Dressing; Sweet N’ Spicy Salmon Poke in Pineapple Brown Rice; and a Greek-style Roasted Corn Cob Salad. For more recipe inspirations, visit […] The post Beach-inspired dishes for summer fun appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsApr 11th, 2018

Celebrating Easter Sunday (03/27/18)

Café Society’s Easter treats EASTER-THEMED chocolate confections are available at City of Dreams’ Café Society until April 1. These include bunnies in pink and white, brown, and assorted pastel colors; brown bunnies and chicken designs with a chocolate-coated rice crispies base; as well as Mr. and Mrs. Smiley egg varieties in various sizes, to name […] The post Celebrating Easter Sunday (03/27/18) appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

Drought-stricken Cape Town counts the cost

  South African winemaker Marlize Jacobs looks out across the parched brown earth that sustains her award-winning vines, surveying the effects of the water crisis ravaging Cape Town and surrounding areas.   "It's the strangest thing -- I think vines like to suffer. When the berries are shrinking, there's more concentration of flavors," she told AFP, describing the impact on her crop of the worst drought in 100 years.   The Western Cape region has gone without significant rains for more than three years, forcing South Africa's second city to slash residential water consumption by more than 60 percent.   Wine flavors may benefit but water-intens...Keep on reading: Drought-stricken Cape Town counts the cost.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 19th, 2018

How oil deregulation and tax reform burden the poor

Such additional tax burden is enough to buy one to three kilos of rice (P27 per kilo of regular NFA rice or P37 a kilo of regular commercial rice) for their family's consumption. The post How oil deregulation and tax reform burden the poor appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Category: newsSource:  bulatlatRelated NewsJan 26th, 2018

TRAIN will affect rice farmers, imperil domestic food security

The burdensome tax measure TRAIN imposed by the Duterte government will severely affect rice farmers and threaten the country’s rice production and food security. “TRAIN will definitely wreck our livelihood and drive us into a state of hunger.” “The overall rice production and consumption will be affected by TRAIN. TRAIN will cause worsening hunger among […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  boholnewsdailyRelated NewsJan 15th, 2018

BOC to probe P125-M smuggled rice seized off Zamboanga Sibugay

  The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has announced that it would launch an investigation into the P120-million smuggled rice seized by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) in a cargo ship off Zamboanga Sibugay.   In a statement on Thursday, BOC Commissioner Isidro Lapea said that the PCG Southwestern Mindanao already turned over the smuggled rice for further investigation at Port of Zamboanga.   "The custody of the seized cargo is now in the Bureau of Customs. We will conduct further investigation to know the real origin of the smuggled rice, the sender and the consignee if it is really intended for consumption in the Philippines," Lapea said.   "It's only t...Keep on reading: BOC to probe P125-M smuggled rice seized off Zamboanga Sibugay.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

DA tells LGUs: Address rice wastage, promote brown rice

DA tells LGUs: Address rice wastage, promote brown rice.....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsNov 25th, 2017

Durham on track for back-to-back Best Import awards

Allen Durham is on track for back-to-back Best Import awards in the PBA Governors' Cup. The hulking Meralco reinforcement emerged as the top foreigner at the elimination round, compiling an average of 61.364 statistical points. Durham, who led the Bolts toa 9-2 record and the no. 1 seed, scored 27.8 points per game on top of a league-leading 19.4 rebounds per outing. He's also dishing out 7.09 assists per contest, also no. 1 in the league. Trailing Durham is TNT's Glen Rice Jr. who has 55.625 statistical points. The KaTropa's second-generation star averaged 32.9 points, 11.3 rebounds, 4.9 assists, and a league-leading 3.00 steals per game. Phoenix's Brandon Brown, Blackwater's Henry Walker, and Globalport's Murphey Holloway make the top 5.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 26th, 2017