2015-2016 Season Summary: Alaska Aces

By Bigmatch
Nov. 06, 2016

(c) PBA Media Bureau

Alaska has a successful but heartbreaking season. Let us check what they did.

Even though a lot of fans still considered these as a wasted season, you still to respect what Alaska did with the roster that they have. They managed to shutout three teams but those Final losses to SMB and ROS were prevalent. 

The Aces were the most consistent passing team in the league and that was the anchor of their offense. Being a replica of coach Yeng's minutes distribution, bench production was also vital for the Aces. One important thing that they badly need to add outside shooting.

CALVIN ABUEVA: 15.4 pts | 8.5 rebs | 2.5 asts | 1.2 stls | 33.3% 3FG
CHRIS BANCHERO: 9.5 pts | 3.6 rebs | 2.6 asts|36.4% 3FG
VIC MANUEL: 13.7 pts | 6.2 rebs | 53.5% FG
RJ JAZUL: 10.0 pts | 2.7 rebs | 2.7 asts | 38.1% 3FG
SONNY THOSS: 8.3 pts | 5.0 rebs | 1.6 asts 

The Beast finally found his shot from beyond the arc, knocking 52 long balls after only managing 35 in his first three seasons. If you convert his production to 36 minutes of play, you will get 21.7 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.7 steals. Vic Manuel became one of the most reliable scorer this season with his post moves. Overall, there were a lot of positives regarding the performance of the players.