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Calvin Oftana leads NCAA MVP race as four Red Lions compose top five

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Tiebreaker Times Calvin Oftana leads NCAA MVP race as four Red Lions compose top five Basketball CSB CSJL LPU NCAA News SBC SSC-R UPHSD  NCAA Season 95 Seniors Basketball NCAA Season 95 Mike Nzeusseu Larry Muyang Justin Gutang Jaycee Marcelino James Canlas Evan Nelle Donald Tankoua Calvin Oftana Ben Adamos Allyn Bulanadi

In his senior year, Calvin Oftana has stepped up for the San Beda Red Lions in their sweep of the first round of the NCAA Season 95 Seniors Basketball Tournament.

And Oftana’s efforts have resulted in him leading the Most Valuable Player race after the first round of the tourney.

With averages of 15.3 points, 8.6 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1.2 blocks per game, the 6-foot-5 utility forward accumulated a total of 51.22 player all-around value (PAV).

His total PAV was way higher than teammate Evan Nelle, who was a far second with 44.11.

Allyn Bulanadi, who leads the league in scoring with an average of 17.3 points per game, is third with 43.78 PAV while Donald Tankoua and James Canlas round out the top five with 43.44 and 41.56 PAV, respectively.

Completing the top 10 are CSB’s Justin Gutang (40.75), LPU’s Jaycee Marcelino (39.75) and Mike Nzeusseu (38.67), Letran’s Larry Muyang (37.89), and Perpetual’s Ben Adamos (37.44).

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