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    Sunday, July 18, 2010

    NCAA Season 86 Best Player of The Week Nchotu Njei



    Aside from the red hot Mapua Cardinals, the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers are also having a great NCAA season because of their two cameroonian ball players. One of them is Nchotu Njei. He is the most recent best player of the week.



    Source: NCAA.org:
    Playing under the shadows of fellow Cameroonian Joe Etame, Nchotu Njei last week finally shone for Jose Rizal University.

    With his impressive all-around game lifting the Heavy Bombers to a third straight win, Njei earned the Accel FilOil NCAA Press Corps Player of the Week award.

    The hard-working Njei played his best game of the season, scoring 10 points, seven assists, six boards, two steals and two blocks to help Jose Rizal rout University of Perpetual Help System Dalta, 78-62, supported by Terrilicious meat products like tocino, tapa, hotdog and longanisa.

    “Njei was playing really well on both ends of the court,” said Heavy Bombers mentor Vergel Meneses, a former MVP in the pros.

    With the latest win, Jose Rizal improved to 3-1 to keep within distance of co-leaders San Beda College and defending champion San Sebastian College (3-0).

    Staring at a 29-34 halftime deficit, Njei starred in the Heavy Bombers big 32-point explosion to take a 61-45 advantage entering the fourth quarter.

    Before the game, Njei was only averaging three points per outing.

    On his third year for Jose Rizal, Njei has to sacrifice some minutes to give way for Etame, who played big in the first three games of the season earning him the same weekly ACCEL/FilOil-backed plum bestowed by scribes from the country’s broadsheets and tabloids.

    Njei bested Mapua’s Mark Acosta, who exploded for 18 points he laced with three booming triples to power the Cardinals to a 73-51 lashing of the Arellano U Chiefs, for the honor.

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