The 2021 LCS Spring Split is at its halfway point. Cloud9 are in first place, Blaber is deep in the discussion for another Spring Split MVP award, and all is going according to plan for the organization.
Throughout the first nine games of the 2021 LCS regular season, Blaber ranks third among all LCS players in kills with 45 and in KDA with a mark of 5.7. He leads his fellow junglers in kill participation (73.1 percent), kill share (26.3 percent), and almost every farming statistic known to mankind, including gold and CS difference at 10 minutes, as well as overall CS per minute, according to League of Legends statistics site Oracle’s Elixir.
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