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Aces land a scoring gem in Jeron Teng

MANILA, Philippines – Jeron Teng is proving to be Alaska Milk’s steal at No. 5 in the recent PBA Rookie Draft, with the former La Salle top gun hinting at the arrival of the next big thing for the Aces.

After four games, Jeron is Alaska’s scoring leader, ahead of Calvin Abueva (16.26 points), the team’s lead force from his rookie year in 2012. | PBA Images
Teng topscored in two of their first four games and emerged among the early leaders in scoring in the first three weeks of the PBA Philippine Cup — No. 1 for his team and No. 9 among all players with his average of 18.75 points an outing.

The 6-foot-2 guard/forward has also shown admirable strength in getting the rebounds as he snared 5.5 a game — third best in his team next to Calvin Abueva (10.5) and Jack Pascual (6.67).

He took charge with 28 points in their 98-106 loss to TNT KaTropa and paced the team with 23 in their 102-65 demolition of Kia.

And after four games, he is Alaska’s scoring leader, ahead of Abueva (16.26), the team’s lead force from his rookie year in 2012.

Author: Nelson Beltran, Philippine Star
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