Alaska Aces vs Global Port game 5 replay Jan 12,2016 semi finals Smart Araneta @7:00pm.The American state Aces capped their mastery of the GlobalPort Batang Pier with a 118-89 conclusion in Game 5 to complete off their match series and advance to the sensible BRO PBA Philippine Cup championship spherical on Tues at SMART-Araneta stadium.
Ping Exciminiano came out together with his best game of the series, rating nineteen points and 2 steals to steer American state.
It was the fourth straight series win for American state that, when dropping Game One, scored double-digit victories for the remainder of the series on the way to their third finals look in four conferences.
Alaska can attack the winner of the San Miguel-Rain or Shine match series that is presently tied at 2-2.
After rating the primary 5 points of the sport, American state ne’er looked back and maintained a double-digit lead for the rest of the sport.
But early, GlobalPort managed to tie things up at 15-all when Terrence Romeo and Stanley Pringle junction rectifier a fast surge. However, American state responded with eight unrequited points that helped them grab a 27-17 lead when the gap frame.
The Aces received some powerful challenge once more from GlobalPort that came to as shut as 2 points, 38-36, as Jay Washington ANd Romeo junction rectifier an 8-0 attack.
Exciminiano provided a large carry as his four straight points helped American state regain a 10-point lead, 49-39, that was a 60-51 break lead when a buzzer-beater by Pringle.
Alaska was ready to maintain its lead despite various threats from GlobalPort junction rectifier by Washington, UN agency when 3 quarters already had twenty four points.
The Aces carried AN 87-73 lead coming into the ultimate quarter and pushed it to as several as twenty three points to punctuate Alaska’s dominance over GlobalPort within the series.
Final score alaska vs global port jan 12, 2016
ALASKA 118 – Exciminiano 18, Banchero 18, Abueva 14, Thoss 14, Baguio 10, Manuel 10, Jazul 9, Menk 9, Hontiveros 6, Casio 5, Dela Cruz 2, Eman 2, Baclao 0, Dela Rosa 0.
GLOBALPORT 89 – Washington 26, Romeo 20, Pringle 15, Sumang 9, Isip 6, Yeo 6, Jensen 3, Kramer 2, Maierhofer 2, Pena 0, Semerad 0.
Quarters: 27-17, 60-51, 87-73, 118-89