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Calvin Abueva piled up 18 points and 21 rebounds as the Alaska Aces boosted their hunt for a playoff spot after breezing past the Phoenix Fuel Masters, 103-87, in the PBA Governors’ Cup Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.
Import LaDontae Henton also filled the statsheet with 15 points, 20 rebounds, three assists and four steals. RJ Jazul top-scored for Alaska with 19 points.
With the win, Alaska, now at 5-5, forced a four-way tie with Phoenix, NLEX and Meralco for fifth to eighth places.
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Alaska zoomed to a double-digit advantage in the second period after turning a slim 31-28 advantage into a 51-39 cushion at the break.
The Aces maintained their lead in the third period, with Banchero and Abueva dousing every attempt by Phoenix to come back.
However, the Fuel Masters had a serious run early in the fourth frame, trimming their deficit to just five points, 82-77, after a Norbert Torres triple at the 8:07 mark.
But the Aces quickly woke up and dropped a 13-0 bomb to establish a commanding 95-77 lead with 4:15 remaining.
Improt Eugene Phelps scored 34 points and was the only Phoenix player in double digits.
The Final Boxscore Results:
ALASKA 103 – Jazul 19, Abueva 18, Henton 15, Banchero 11, Thoss 11, Casio 10, Dela Rosa 6, Racal 5, Baclao 4, Galliguez 3, Magat 1, Dela Cruz 0, Exciminiano 0, Hontiveros 0.
PHOENIX 87 – Phelpd 34, Enciso 9, Urbiztondo 9, Baguio 8, Lee 6, Torres 6, Borboran 5, Cruz 5, Wilson 3, Buenafe 2, Lanete 0, Miranda 0, Pennisi 0, W. Wilson 0, Hayes 0.
Quarters: 29-23, 51-39, 76-66, 103-87