Alaska Aces vs Globalport Game 5

Alaska vs Globalport Replay – September 7,2016

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Alaska Aces vs Globalport Game 5
Governor’s Cup Schedule “Wednesday” fighting for quarters, Alaska vs Globalport September 7,2016 PBA replay,result,recap.

Latest PBA replay September 7,2016(Wednesday) [3-5]Globalport vs Alaska Aces[3-5]. PBA replay as of “Wednesday” 7:15pm at YNARES CENTER ANTIPOLLO. Aces will face off Batangpier The Game match-up will available soon Fan’s support you team today!!!!.

Both ALA & GLO are mired in a deadlock just outside the top 8, tied with a 3-5 record. For sure, both teams would want to win here to move up and strengthen their chances of getting to the quarterfinals. A loss may prove to be devastating, especially with both PHX & ROS streaking at the moment. Needless to say, this may
prove to be a turning point in either team’s destiny this season.

ALA has won 2 of its last 3 games, and they look to be gaining momentum heading into their last 3 games against GLO, PHX, and NLX. They pummelled BLA in their last contest, 107-87, behind the 33-point explosion of LaDontae Henton, and it’s certain that the Aces will lean heavily on their import once again here against the Batang Pier.

Speaking of GLO, the Batang Pier drew big games from their big three — Terrence Romeo, Stanley Pringle, and Mike Glover, but they still lost to TNT in their last outing, 122-120. They couldn’t close out the Ka Tropa in OT and absorbed their fifth loss in eight games. They’ll have to play more composed in the endgame here against a team that has beaten them six out seven times already this season.



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The GlobalPort side also saw some terrific individual performances as Terrence Romeo, Stanley Pringle and import Michael Glover all posted at least 20 points in the loss.

With Glover – limited to about seven minutes in the first half due to foul trouble – finally getting himself going, the Batang Pier charged back to tie the game at 76-all and eventually seize the lead at 78-76, both on baskets from Romeo. The GlobalPort import scored 19 points in the third quarter alone.

But Alaska, led by Abueva and Casio, responded with a 19-4 run as they weathered the GlobalPort rally and restored the lead to double figures by the end of the period, 95-84.

Despite the efforts of GlobalPort’s Joseph Yeo, who hit a couple of three-pointers, Alaska ran away with the game in the fourth.

Henton scored eight of the team’s points in an 11-3 run that pushed the difference up to 21 points, 117-96, after two free throws from the Alaska import.

The Final Boxscore Result:

The final boxscore result:

Alaska 133 – Henton 33, Abueva 21, Banchero 20, Casio 13, Thoss 13, Jazul 10, Baclao 6, Galliguez 6, Racal 6, Exciminiano 2, Mendoza 2, Hontiveros 1, Magat 0.

GlobalPort 106 – Romeo 26, Glover 25, Pringle 20, Yeo 11, Semerad 9, Washington 6, Taha 5, Mamaril 4, Dehesa 0, Fortuna 0, Kramer 0, Paredes 0.

Quarters: 29-25, 57-48, 95-84, 133-106