Thepbaologist a.k.a. Mr. Fidel Mangonon is one with the millions of Ginebra Fans all over the world in admitting that Mark "The Spark" Caguioa would have easily runaway as the number 1 candidate for the Best Player of The Conference (BPC) Award this Conference.
I also share the same sentiment because of this one BIG reason, despite his absence in the last few games of Ginebra, he's still the leader in terms of Average Points Scored throughout the whole Conference: 1. Mark Caguioa, BGSM: 22.8 PPG, 2. Gary David, GBP: 22.1 PPG, 3. Niño Canaleta, AIR 21: 15.5 PPG, 4. LA Tenorio, BGSM: 14.2 PPG and 5. Jayson Castro, TNT: 14.1 PPG.
But unfortunately, his chances of winning the BPC Award has been put into jeopardy after he suffered a knee injury that forced him to miss a number of Games in the PBA Commissioner's Cup.
"@officialMC47 would've been runaway #1 but he didn't make the 70% minimum number of games criteria as of end of elims," said Fidel Mangonon III A.K.A Thepbaologist.
His fans will definite feel bad about this one.