Friday, May 1, 2015

1984 PBA scoring leaders

Ramon Fernandez of Beer Hausen was the scoring leader in the first conference, followed by Arthur "Chip" Engelland of guest team NCC. At third is Rudy Distrito of Country Fair Hotdogs.

Engelland and Fernandez exchange places at number 1 and 2 among the scoring leaders in the second conference. Chip is now number one, followed by El Presidente. Ricardo Brown of Great Taste is at number 3 and Francis Arnaiz of Gilbey's at number 4. 

In the third conference with imports, Tony Washam of Gilbey's led the scoring with 42.75 average in 12 games played.

Ramon Fernandez in overall three conferences had the highest average among the locals with 27.79 points in 64 games played.