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    Make this the repository of all on-line news about the PBA. Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Gin Kings overwhelm Tigers in Isabela

    By Musong R. Castillo
    Last updated 04:10am (Mla time) 10/27/2006

    Published on Page A24 of the October 27, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

    CABAGAN, ISABELA -- Barangay Ginebra rebounded from two straight defeats with a clinical dismantling of sister team Coca-Cola, 102-75, last night in a road game of the Talk ‘N Text PBA Philippine Cup eliminations here.

    The Gin Kings turned up the heat at the start of the second period and never looked back, racing to several 20-point plus leads on the way to picking up their first victory in three games and fourth in six outings overall.

    For Coke, it was its second straight defeat in a 2-4 card, and the way the Tigers played last night recalled the way they opened up the tournament before finding good form to win two consecutive games.

    The win at the Josefina T. Alonzo gym could be what the doctor ordered for Ginebra following its heart-rending overtime loss to San Miguel at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City last Sunday.

    “The players really wanted to come back from those two defeats,” said San Miguel coach Jong Uichico. “We lost to two tough teams and that’s why they really played hard and worked hard all game.”

    Ginebra grabbed a piece of the second place with idle Talk ‘N Text, just a win behind league-leading Sta. Lucia Realty’s 4-1 mark.

    Relief wingman Sunday Salvacion led the Kings with 22 markers, but it was Mark Caguioa who did a lot of damage when the game was at its tightest.

    Caguioa pumped in 11 points to boost the Gin Kings to a 48-35 lead at the break.

    The game got truly ugly for Coke when it scored in trickles in the fourth period while Ginebra connected at will.

    A 10-0 run that ended with 4:30 left gave the Kings a 99-69 lead.

    Ginebra, which came into the game licking the wounds of losses to Red Bull and the Beermen, raced to leads of as many as 18 points in the third period before completely blowing the Tigers off the court in the fourth.

    The Kings issued 27 assists against only 10 for Coke.

    Joseph Yeo, the acrobatic rookie out of collegiate power De La Salle University, paced the Tigers with 16 points, with the returning John Arigo drilling in 15 in a losing cause.

    Rudy Hatfield and the sharp-shooting Mark Macapagal chipped in 15 apiece for the Kings and all the 10 men that Uichico utilized contributed offensively.

    The scores:

    GINEBRA 102 -- Salvacion 22, Caguioa 20, Hatfield 15, Macapagal 15, Menk 10, Mamaril 6, Reavis 4, Abarrientos 4, Holper 2, Hubalde 1.

    COCA-COLA 75 -- Yeo 16, Arigo 15, Misolas 11, Peek 11, Miranda 9, Gavino 7, Salangsang 4, Ferreria 2, Pacana 0, Ramos 0.

    Quarters: 18-19, 48-35, 73-62, 102-75. Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Ginebra outplays Coca-Cola

    BARANGAY GINEBRA put on a mighty show in the second half to overpower Coca-Cola, 102-75, last night in an out-of-town Talk ’N Text PBA Philippine Cup game in Cabagan, Isabela.

    The Gin Kings allowed the Tigers the luxury of taking a 19-18 edge after the first 12 minutes, worked their way up to a 40-35 halftime lead and then pulled off the plug in the next 24 minutes to win pulling away.

    Sunday Salvacion paced the winners with 22 points while Mark Caguioa added 20.

    It was the fourth win in six games for the Gin Kings who regained a share of second spot with idle Talk ’N Text.

    The loss was the fourth for the Tigers against two victories.

    Rookie Joseph Yeo led the Tigers with 16 points.

    The league returns to its home at the Araneta Coliseum today with a regular doubleheader.

    Red Bull tries to regain lost ground when it tangles with Welcoat at 4:35 p.m. after which Alaska bids to break out of a slump against surging Purefoods at 7:20.

    Last Wednesday, the Bulls lost badly in the duel from beyond the arc with Sta. Lucia Realtors Paolo Mendoza and Kenneth Duremdes hitting five treys each.

    If the Bulls want to avoid a losing streak, it’s imperative for Larry Fonacier to find his range.

    Fonacier got his break last season when Tugade played hurt somewhere in the Fiesta Conference. The former Ateneo hitman scored career-highs in consecutive games that time and had become a key figure in their offensive scheme since.

    But he’s got to be more consistent this time with Lordy Tugade out of the team permanently.

    The Bulls aren’t exactly lacking in outside shooters. They have three-point shooting center Mick Pennisi, and gunners Celino Cruz, Warren Ybañez and Junthy Valenzuela.

    Their big men also have to work harder to give more room to their shooters. Rico Villanueva and Paolo Bugia need to be more productive inside to attract more defenders.

    Leo Najorda and Cyrus Baguio also have to knock down their shots from the perimeter to keep the defenders guessing.

    The Dragons look inferior at all fronts compared to the Bulls. But their rookie center Jay-R Reyes is proving to be an allstar material.

    —With report from Noli CRUZ

    But Dragons coach Leo Austria should get more from veterans Rob Wainwright and Jojo Tangkay if they want to make a serious run in the tournament.

    Meanwhile, the Purefoods Chunkee Giants gun for their third straight win as they face the slumping Alaska Aces in the nightcap.

    The Giants leveled their record to 3-3 after a triple overtime win against the Phone Pals just two nights ago.

    "Our physical conditions will be tested again," said Giants coach Ryan Gregorio. "But I think after ng panalo namin against a very deep Talk ’N Text team, wala na sigurong kukuwestiyon sa kundisyon namin."

    The Aces, champions in the pre-season tournament, are currently down in the bottom of the standings with only one win in five games. —With report from Noli CRUZ Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Giants eye 3 in a row; Aces enlist Singson

    By JOEL ORELLANA, The Manila Times Reporter

    Slowly, Purefoods Chunkee is getting back its old form. Unfortunately for Alaska, they have been searching for that which makes them the top favorite in the Talk ’N Text-Philippine Basketball Association Philippine Cup.

    Fresh from a tiring triple-overtime win in the previous game, the surging Giants eye their third straight win against the depleted Aces in the main game of the All-Filipino tournament Friday at the Araneta Coliseum.

    In the first game, Red Bull tries to bounce back from a disappointing loss as it faces newcomer Welcoat Paints at 4:40 p.m.

    Puerfoods, the defending champion in the tournament, turned back Talk ’N Text last Wednesday in three extra innings, 109-103, where the wards of coach Ryan Gregorio trailed by as much as 20 points in that marathon game.

    "Our character was tested in that game. We were down by 20 but my players never lost heart and they persevered," said Gregorio whose team is now at the middle of the pack with 3-3 win-loss mark.

    Kerby Raymundo had 31 points in that game in an all-time 61 minutes of play while James Yap added 28. Roger Yap and Marc Pingris also contributed big in that morale-boosting victory.

    Alaska, on the other hand, has been struggling this early compounded by the loss of starting point guard Mike Cortez due to an ACL injury and was declared out of the conference.

    The Aces signed Dale Singson and reactivated Rensy Bajar in lieu of Bernzon Branco to shore up their backcourt and allow Willie Miller to play his usual off-guard position.

    The Uytengsu-owned ballclub has been tipped to figure well in the tournament after sweeping its five pre-season games en route to the title of the mini-tourney. But the Aces groped for form and currently at the cellar of the 10-team field with 1-4 slate.

    In the opener, the Bulls hope to recover from a humiliating defeat at the hands of the league-leading Sta. Lucia Realty in their previous game as they collide with the Dragons who are also aiming to bounce back from a nasty loss in their previous game.

    After handing crowd-favorite Barangay Ginebra its first loss, 84-79, despite without the traded Lordy Tugade and the suspended Junthy Valenzuela, Red Bull was torn apart by the Realtors last Wednesday at the Big Dome, 83-105, to slide down to 3-2 card.

    Welcoat is yet to post a winning streak in the season as its five games in the league has been following the win-loss-win-loss trend. The Dragons are currently holding a 2-3 mark and were demolished by Air21 in their previous match, 94-110. Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Feisty Giants battle Aces

    Last updated 07:25am (Mla time) 10/27/2006

    Published on Page A24 of the October 27, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

    GAMES TODAY (Araneta Coliseum)
    4:35 p.m. -- Red Bull vs. Welcoat
    7:30 p.m. -- Purefoods vs. Alaska

    PUREFOODS will try to extend its winning streak to three games when the defending champion Chunkee Giants battle walking wounded Alaska today in the Talk ‘N Text Philippine Cup at the Araneta Coliseum.

    With their heels cooled, their lungs rested and their battered limbs getting a good day’s rest after a classic triple overtime conquest of the Talk ‘N Text Phone Pals on Wednesday, the Giants are installed as the solid picks to turn back the Aces in their 7:30 p.m. duel.

    Alaska will again be without cornerstone Mike Cortez, the former top overall rookie pick who is reported to be out for the rest of the season because of a severe knee injury.

    The Aces, reeling from two straight losses, will have to rely heavily on Willie Miller, the former MVP winner who is carrying most of the backcourt burden with Cortez in the sidelines.

    Red Bull takes on newcomer Welcoat earlier at 4:45 p.m.

    Purefoods battled from 20 points down to nose out Talk ‘N Text, 109-103, getting 31 points in a record 61 minutes from Kerby Raymundo, 28 points from James Yap and a crucial basket and the defensive play of the game from Marc Pingris.

    Compared with the Aces, the Giants are teeming with manpower and could encounter little trouble with Cortez gone and Alaska in dire need of another go-to-guy after the flamboyant Miller.

    Red Bull coach Yeng Guiao would like to forget about Lordy Tugade completely and the game with the Dragons gives him that opportunity.

    “Now that Lordy is gone, I am not going to look for anyone of them (the other players) to be like him,” Guiao told the Inquirer over the phone, when asked if the 85-103 defeat to Sta. Lucia Realty had anything to do with the blockbuster trade two weeks ago that sent Tugade to San Miguel Beer.

    “I don’t think so,” Guiao added. “It’s just one of those games that we came out flat and with virtually no energy. We just did not do anything right and we played a team that did not do anything wrong.”

    Pundits were quick to point out that the Red Bull offense suffered immensely because Tugade was not around.

    The firebrand mentor, however, was also quick in pointing out that his Bulls pinned a first loss on powerhouse Barangay Ginebra with the former National University ace in the UAAP riding the bench because of a bruised knee.

    The 2-3 Dragons will also be coming off a loss and Welcoat has shown in its very short stint in the league that it cannot be taken lightly by any team. Musong R. Castillo Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Kings repulse Aces

    By Noli Cruz

    THE ARANETA Coliseum resembled a graveyard in the first half as the Alaska Aces dominated the Barangay Ginebra Kings.

    Mark Caguioa and Mark Macapagal turned it into party place in the second half as the Kings rallied for a 98-91 win last night in the Talk ‘N Text PBA Philippine Cup.

    Caguioa sparked the turnaround by pumping in 14 of his 27 points in the third period while Macapagal delivered the killing blows with 17 of his career-high 28 points coming in the fourth.

    The Kings improved to 5-2, next only to the league-leading 5-1 card of the Sta. Lucia Realtors.

    Macapagal’s three-pointer early in the fourth handed the Kings the lead, 70-68.

    Another Macapagal triple midway in the period pushed the lead to 81-70.

    The Aces, who led 33-18 at one point, offered token resistance from there.

    It was their fifth straight loss and sixth in seven games overall.

    Meanwhile, Chris Pacana and Allan Salangsang capped their career norms with critical hits to shove the Coca-Cola Tigers past the Welcoat Dragons, 92-86.

    Pacana, a rookie nobody thought would land a spot in a professional ball club, scored 14 of his career-high 18 points in the fourth quarter, including the go-ahead three-point play with 1:54 to play.

    A basket by Denok Miranda a sequence later pushed the lead to five, 85-80, but Jercules Tangkay drained a three-pointer to trim the gap to two.

    Salangsang, who had 21 points and 10 rebounds, made his fifth trey for an 88-83 lead.

    Pacana’s basket off a gorgeous spin move sealed their third win in seven games, 18.8 seconds left.

    "I told the boys that they all have to step up in this game because we’ve got three key players missing," Tigers coach Binky Favis said, referring to Ali Peek, William Antonio and Neil Rañeses.

    Peek had a swelling left knee, Antonio a groin injury and Rañeses a family matter to attend to. Favis got a favorable response as all nine players he fielded in scored at least four points.

    There was a pair of blowouts on the road Saturday night.

    The San Miguel Beermen had seven players in double figures in a 118-102 victory over the Air21 Express at the Subic Gym.

    In San Fernando, Pampanga, the Sta. Lucia Realtors improved their league-leading record to 5-1 with 102-90 blasting of the Talk ‘N Text Phone Pals at the University of Assumption Gym.

    The Tigers were crouching in the early goings, trailing by three at the end of the first three quarters before engaging the Dragons into a fierce endgame battle.

    Tangkay led the Dragons with a career-high 25 points. His three free throws with 38 seconds remaining proved to be the last breath from the Dragons, 86-88.

    There was a pair of blowouts on the road Saturday night.

    The San Miguel Beermen had seven players in double figures in a 118-102 victory over the Air21 Express at the Subic Gym.

    Wesley Gonzales and Danny Seigle combined for 27 points in the first half to set the tone and the Beermen led by as many as 25 points in the fourth quarter after a trey by Chris Calaguio, 102-77.

    It was the third straight win for the Beermen after dropping their first three. The Express fell to 2-4.

    In San Fernando, Pampanga, the Sta. Lucia Realtors improved their league-leading record to 5-1 with 102-90 blasting of the Talk ‘N Text Phone Pals at the University of Assumption Gym.

    Top overall pick Kelly Williams scored a career-high 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Realtors. Former MVP Kenneth Duremdes added 17. Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Kings Reign Over Aces , Tigers Lash Back At Dragons
    By Nelson Beltran
    The Philippine Star 10/30/2006

    Chris Pacana, thrown into battle early to fill the void left by an injured teammate, came up with a gem of a game for Coca-Cola last night as the Tigers got back at the Welcoat Dragons, 92-86, in the Talk n Text PBA Philippine Cup at the Araneta Coliseum.

    The 6-foot-1 guard out of St. Francis scored 18 points, including an acrobatic lay-up and two free throws all inside the last 18 seconds, as the Tigers overcame the absence of three key players, beating the Dragons in a topsy-turvy finish.

    The Tigers, though missing the services of Ali Peek, William Antonio and Neil Raneses, checked a two-game skid and improved their win-loss record to 3-4. The Dragons, on the other hand, suffered a third straight defeat and slid to 2-5.

    Pacana gave the Tigers a huge lift in avenging their 75-85 loss to the Dragons in their first meeting.

    "Chris did come out well and took care of getting the team together offensively," said Coca-Cola coach Binky Favis of the player who was not in his lineup as they played their first two games in the season.

    Incidentally, Pacana only joined the Tigers’ roster in their third game in lieu of Ronjay Enrile who suffered a calf muscle injury. The Tigers have nailed three wins in five outings since then.

    "I knew he’s a hell of an offensive player but I wanted to break him in first defensively. Napabilis lang ang laro niya with Ronjay suffering an injury," said Favis of Pacana.

    "He’s been showing up offensively and the bonus that we’re getting is the fact that he’s fast improving defensively," Favis added.

    With the Tigers holding a precarious 88-86 lead, Pacana took matters into his hands, shaking off defender Jojo Tangkay then stretching for a lay-up against JayR Reyes.

    After Tangkay missed a harried three-pointer in the ensuing play, Pacana canned in two charities as the Tigers all but sealed the outcome of the game.

    Pacana went 7-of-10 from the field and 4-of-4 from the stripe for his 18 points, his biggest output in five games in the pros thus far. His previous best was 13.

    Ginebra players Mark Macapagal, Mark Caguioa and Eric Menk figured in a shootout among themselves and the Kings smothered the Alaska Milk Aces, 98-91, to gain solo second place with a 5-2 win-loss card in the second game.

    Macapagal fired a career-high 28 points while Caguioa rifled in 27 and Menk tossed in 20.

    Allan Salangsang was another Tiger who made a big impact as the former Letran Knight pumped in a career-high 21 points, including a triple that gave Coca-Cola a five-point cushion with 54.3 left to play.

    The Dragons took control most of the way and were still in command at 80-75 before allowing the Tigers to come up with a 13-3 run to pull ahead at 88-83.

    "Ang hirap manalo. Good thing walang bumigay and we got a little lucky in the end," said Favis. Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Kings find their Marks

    Ginebra trips Alaska; Coke plasters Welcoat

    By Musong R. Castillo
    Last updated 03:48am (Mla time) 10/30/2006

    Published on page A24 of the October 30, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

    GAMES FRIDAY (Araneta Coliseum)
    4:35 p.m. -- Coca-Cola vs. Air21
    7:20 p.m. -- Purefoods vs. San Miguel

    BARANGAY GINEBRA won a close game for the first time since it became a powerhouse squad, and it took a little-known guard whom Alaska did not respect so much to help pull off the job.

    Left wide open several times as the big guns ran into double-teams last night, Mark Macapagal drilled in 17 fourth-quarter points as the Gin Kings completed a come-from-behind 98-91 decision of the Aces in the Talk ‘N Text PBA Philippine Cup at the Araneta Coliseum.

    “It’s a gamble they (Aces) took and we happened to make the shots,” said Ginebra coach Jong Uichico, who heaped praises on a swingman who will surely be marked in future games.

    “And this is one of those close games where we came out on top for the first time,” Uichico added. “First close game we won, and it is a good sign that tells us that we can be there (to compete with the tough teams).”

    The Kings trailed most of the way, by twin digits even, in the first half, before getting their acts together starting late in the third period where they crept to within a bucket of the Aces entering the fourth period.

    After another Mark, Caguioa, sparkled for 14 third-quarter points to rally the Kings back, Macapagal uncorked his 17 points built around a 4-of-7 clip from beyond the arc.

    “They (Aces) doubled Mark (Caguioa) and he was willing to give up that ball and set Mac (Macapagal) up,” Uichico said. “It wouldn’t have been possible without the passer. And he (Caguioa) did a great job.”

    Ginebra, which moved to solo second place with a 5-2 card, lost two straight games to formidable teams before last night’s win.

    Alaska, meanwhile, lost for the fifth straight time despite getting 18 points from former MVP Willie Miller and twin digits from five others. The Aces are now at 1-6 and still alone in the cellar.

    In the second game, Chris Pacana, a 6-foot, California-born point guard relegated to the reserved list at the start of the season, hit the last four of his 14 fourth-quarter points inside the final 18.8 seconds to preserve a 92-86 victory by Coca-Cola over Welcoat.

    Coca-Cola, down to nine men with key men Ali Peek (knee injury), William Antonio (groin) and Neil Raneses (family emergency) in civvies, picked up its third win in seven games while dealing the fighting Dragons their third straight loss in a 2-5 card.

    The scores:

    First Game

    COCA-COLA 92 -- Salangsang 21, Pacana 18, Arigo 15, Ferreria 9, Miranda 8, Ramos 6, Misolas 6, Yeo 5, Gavino 4.

    WELCOAT 86 -- Tangkay 25, Wainwright 17, Cabatu 16, Ibañez 10, Lopez 7, Gelig 6, Reyes 4, Sta. Maria 1, Baguion 0, Lao 0, Mente 0.

    Quarters: 13-19, 38-41, 58-61, 92-86.

    Second Game

    GINEBRA 98 -- Macapagal 28, Caguioa 27, Menk 20, Reavis 6, Mamaril 4, Seigle 4, Salvacion 3, Helterbrand 2, Hatfield 2, Abarrientos 2.

    ALASKA 91 -- Miller 18, Dela Cruz 16, Thoss 13, Cariaso 12, Belasco 12, Singson 10, Ferriols 8, Laure 2, Luanzon 0, Bajar 0.

    Quarters: 16-24, 40-50, 66-68, 98-91. Changing The Face of The Game!

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    Duremdes back to his old, fighting form

    Last updated 04:53am (Mla time) 10/31/2006

    Published on page A22 of the October 31, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

    A GRIZZLED veteran needs little prompting to showcase his prowess and this is especially true in the case of Kenneth Duremdes.

    Given up for a has-been even before the start of the Talk N’ Text-PBA Philippine Cup, the 1998 MVP has exploded his way back into public consciousness, at the same time helping boost Sta. Lucia Realty to two wins last week and into the top of the field.

    The recent exploits of the 32-year-old guard-forward, fondly called “Captain Marbel”, have earned him the PBA Press Corps’ Accel-Player of the Week honors for the period Oct. 23-29.

    Duremdes said his turnaround was due to the trust given him by the Realtors’ coaching staff and his teammates.

    In a 102-90 Sta. Lucia win over Talk ‘N Text last Saturday at the University of the Assumption in San Fernando City in Pampanga province, Duremdes had 17 points on 6-of-12 shooting on top of three rebounds in 29 minutes.

    He was more explosive in the Realtors’ 105-83 victory over Red Bull last Wednesday. He had 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting, including 5-of-7 from beyond the arc, and also had five rebounds, three assists and a block in just 23 minutes.

    Like Duremdes, Sta. Lucia was also not given much of a chance before the season began.

    Things were a lot different now.

    With their 5-1 win-loss slate, the eighth-seeded Realtors are off to their best-ever start in an All-Filipino tournament and look firmly on track for an automatic semifinal berth.

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    Express’ Tubid goes to Kings; Duremdes picked week’s best
    By Nelson Beltran
    The Philippine Star 10/31/2006

    The massive revamp at Barangay Ginebra continued five weeks into the 2006-07 PBA season yesterday with the Kings acquiring Ronald Tubid from the Air21 Express in exchange for future draft picks.

    Already armed with formidable frontline players, the Ginebra management beefed up their backcourt with their acquisition of Tubid giving coach Jong Uichico deeper and more balance lineup at his disposal.

    The Kings gave up their 2007-08 and 2008-09 second round picks and 2009-2010 first round pick to get Tubid from the Express.

    With the entry of the former UE Warrior in their lineup, the Ginebra management relegated Paolo Hubalde to the reserve list and Egay Echavez to the unrestricted free agent pool.

    "I guess we’ve a more balanced lineup now. Ronald is also an energetic player. He’s a good backup to Mark Caguioa. Pagpalit ni Ronald, mataas pa rin ang intensity," said team manager Allan Caidic.

    Though losing a key player who could give him solid 20-30 minutes, Air21 coach Bo Perasol welcomed the development, saying he can work better with an 11-man lineup.

    "Under our system where all players must play, it’s better to have an 11-man lineup. We will now have a normal rotation. Kasi dati minsan nasisira ang rhythm ng players with all of them in rotation," said Perasol.

    Perasol, however, feel they may slow down a bit with the departure of Tubid.

    "KG (Canaleta) and Arwind (Santos) can play at two-spot (off-guard), but the team will slow down without Tubid," said Perasol.

    With Tubid’s exit, the only off-guards left at Air21 are Gary David and Leo Avenido.

    At Ginebra, Tubid will firm up the Kings’ backcourt that also features Caguioa, Mark Macapagal, Jayjay Helterbrand, Johnny Abarrientos and Sunday Salvacion. On the injured list is Rodney Santos.

    Meanwhile, Sta. Lucia veteran Kenneth Duremdes was named the PBA Press Corps’ Accel Player of the Week for the period Oct. 23-29.

    In a 102-90 win over Talk N Text last Saturday at the University of the Assumption in San Fernando, Pampanga, Duremdes had 17 points on 6-of-12 field shooting and also had three rebounds in 29 minutes.

    It was Duremdes who presided over a vicious Sta. Lucia attack in the third quarter that opened up a 79-65 spread for the team before his teammates took care of the mop-up job.

    He was more explosive in the Realtors’ 105-83 victory over Red Bull last Wednesday. He had 20 points on 7-of-12 field shooting, including 5-of-7 from beyond the arc, and also had five rebounds, three assists and a block in just 23 minutes.

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