DLSU has Almond Vosotros (17) inbounding the ball, with Norbert Torres (6), Yutien Andrada (20), Jeron Teng (24) and LA Revilla (12).
ADMU counters with Oping Sumalinog (17), JP Erram (10), Nico Salva (8), Kiefer Ravena (15) and Juami Tiongson (5).
|UAAP S74||ADMU Averages||FilOil 2012|
|21.67% (2.59 / 11.94)||Three-point percentage||18.75% (3.00 / 16.00)|
|46.48% (22.94 / 49.35)||Two-point percentage||39.13% (18.00 / 46.00)|
|41.65% (25.53 / 61.29)||Field goal percentage||33.87% (21.00 / 62.00)|
|72.54% (18.65 / 25.71)||Free throw percentage||60.00% (13.50 / 22.50)|
|14.53||Fast break points||10.50|
|UAAP S74||Ravena Averages||FilOil 2012|
|44.85%||Field goal percentage||26.92%|
Game Day! Hope I can play! Arriba Letranista!
— Kevin Louie Alas (@kevinlouiealas) April 14, 2012
Missing out on filoil due to a torn hamstring. Sorry to the fans and supporters, very unfortunate and ill timed.
— Arnold van Awesome (@Arnoldvanopstal) April 3, 2012
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listed at 6'1", Teng played the small forward spot, though he definitely does not have the shooting touch most people associate with that position. Instead, Teng operates mostly in the paint, hitting 8-foot jumpers reliably, or bullying his way into the lane. This was made easier for him due to the lack of height on the Grace Christian team. Despite double, triple, and even quadruple teams, Teng would usually opt to take shot forced shots, banking on his athleticism to get the rebound and the easy put-back. Teng's 0 assists was indicative of his score-first mentality, though it may just be a statement about his team's composition and depth (or lack of it).
Teng and his teammates run a pressure defense, and they took good advantage of it, forcing 42 turnovers, with 30 steals. That led to more shot opportunities (124 to 84), most of them uncontested, letting Teng pad his stats even more.