Tiago Splitter Named ACB MVP

By mrehome

(Courtesty: Yardbarker)

Congratulations goes out to Tiago Splitter as he was named the 2009-2010 ACB Most Valuable Player.  To some it comes as a surprise as he completely dominated the Spanish league.

Ballineurope.com posted some statistics.

Statistically, Splitter dominated the Spanish League while leading the ACB “playing ranking value” over 27 of the league’s 34 weeks. He ended up ranking first in ranking points per game (at 21.2, he blew away second-place finisher Gerald Fitch’s 17.9); sixth in scoring at 15.7 ppg; eighth in boards at 6.72 rpg; third in defensive rebounds with 4.9 per game; 14th in blocks at 0.76 per; fourth in total free-throw attempts (despite missing five games); and first in fouls drawn (with a crazy 5.72 per game).

It would be nice to see him in a Spurs uni next season. Don’t you think?