The University of Santo Tomas senior distinguished himself as the best point guard of the season, not only because there was limited opposition but more because his game made a big leap in his five years with the Tigers. The former De La Salle-Zobel standout led the league in assists last season with 5.5 a game - mirroring a feat he did in 2010 - and was the best marksman from three-point range with his amazing 48-percent average.