Five imports in tight best reinforcement race

Mike Harris is currently ahead in the Best Import race, but four others are not far behind. PBA Media Group
By Ivan Saldajeno

MANILA--Five imports are involved in a close race for the PBA Governors' Cup Best Import award.

As per their statistics after the elimination round, Alaska's Mike Harris, Ginebra's Justin Brownlee, Phoenix's Eugene Phelps, NLEX's Aaron Fuller and reigning Best Import Allen Durham of Meralco are just separated from each other by at most four statistical points.

Harris leads the race with 60.4 SP's followed by Brownlee with 59.1.

Phelps is in third with 58.0 SP's, while Fuller is not far behind with 57.4 and Durham is on 56.2.

The Aces, the Barangay, the Fuel Masters, the Road Warriors, and the Bolts clinched spots in the quarterfinals, although the Road Warriors already bowed out after a loss to the Barangay on Tuesday night.

Meralco and Phoenix are to face off Wednesday night at the Cuneta Astrodome, while Alaska takes on San Miguel afterward.

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