5. Jimmy Alapag
People may question his Most Valuable Player award last season, but no one can question the size of the heart of “The Mighty Mouse”. He made a splash in 2003, winning Rookie of the Year honors after shockingly falling to the 10th spot in the draft, and has been the league’s best point guard for the better part of the decade. Age may have slowed him down, but he remains the heart and soul of a Talk ‘N Text team that has won the PBA title in three of the last four tournaments.
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