Beverley won the BEKO PBL MVP of the Round 27

Photo: Grigory Sokolov.
Text: BEKO PBL Press service

Patrick Beverley made 38 ranking points in the game against Enisey. He could make a triple-double if only he made two more assists. Spartak playmaker scored 21 points, made 10 rebounds, 8 assists, 5 steals and 6 times made opponents players commit fouls on him.

Beverley is the sixth player who won the Round MVP title twice.

Thomas Kelati gained the second place in the Round MVP rating. Khimki playmaker scored 30 points in 25 minutes and 41 seconds on the court with 7 three-pointers of 10 attempts and 4 two-pointers of 5. Also he made 5 steals, 1 rebound, 1 assist. His ranking is 30.

CSKA forward Victor Khriapa is the third with 29 ranking points. Khriapa scored 15 points, made 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals and 1 blocked shot in the game against Krasnye Krylya.

Jeremiah Massey is the fourth. Loko forward scored 18 points, made 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 blocked shot and 7 times made opponents players commit fouls on him. His ranking is 25.

Another CSKA player is in Symbolic five. Russian champions center Alexander Kaun scored 16 points with 100% accuracy in two-pointers throwing, made 3 rebounds, 2 dunks, 1 assist and 5 opponents fouls. His ranking is 23.

Symbolic five. Round 27.

Patrick Beverley (Spartak) – Thomas Kelati (Khimki) – Victor Khriapa (CSKA) – Jeremiah Massey (Lokomotiv-Kuban) – Alexander Kaun (CSKA).


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