We’ve had some incredible performances in the ASEAN Basketball League so far and AirAsia is giving you the opportunity to honor the best player!
It was tough but we managed to narrow down the list to six players who had a memorable February in the ABL but it’s up to you to decide who gets to receive the very first AirAsia Player of the Month award for February.
Voting is easy, like us on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ASEANBasketballLeague and select your pick for the February AirAsia Player of the Month. Voting closes on Friday the 15th of March at 5pm HKT.
Our nominees for the February AirAsia Player of the Month are:-
Averaging 17ppg from three games in February, Banchero had a stand-out game in the Beermen’s win against the Slammers on the 13th of February where he led all-scoring with 26 points.
This is the first season in the ABL for 6’7” forward Dior Lowhorn who made his debut with the Saigon Heat earlier in the year. Since then, Lowhorn has proved his ability on the court and made himself very popular with the Heat’s rabid fan base.
One of the most consistent players in the league, Lowhorn averaged a whopping 30ppg in February and is currently theleague’s scoring leader.
An all-around player, Baguion is currently the League’s leader in assists but proved in the game against the Dragons on the 1st of February that he can also score, finishing with 23 points on top of 13 assists.
Averaging 15.3ppg in February, Wuysang put in outstanding performances in his team’s win over the Beermen on the 8th of February as he posted 20 points and then again on the 15th of February against the Slammers with 16 points.
Monroe came into the Dragon’s squad to fill in for the injured Cedric Bozeman but has more than exceeded expectations for the team, proving himself as one of the most exciting players to hit the court this season.
Monroe topped the table in scoring for February, posting 32 points each in the two games he played this month against the Beermen (16 Feb) and the Slammers (23 Feb).
A fan favourite since he entered the league, Wong has had to sit out most of his team’s away games this season due as he concentrates on furthering his studies. That has not stopped him from putting up some of the more outstanding performances in February however.
Wong holds a 16.5ppg average for February, including a 20 point performance in his team’s win over the Saigon Heat on the 17th of February.