San Miguel vs Global Port Feb 26, 2016 Commissioner’s Cup Result, Recap, Replay

San Miguel vs Globalport

PBA replay San Miguel vs Global Port Feb 26, 2016 Friday 7:15pm @ Smart Araneta Coliseum. OPPO Commissioner’s Cup 2016 PBA game match-up preview will be available

The Final Box score Result & Replay

The 80-point combined production of Wilkerson and Lassiter was over enough for San Miguel (1-1) that notched its 1st win of the tournament.

Both players had their guns ablaze early within the game as they placed on a show within the half-moon. Wilkerson and Lassiter sank 3 triples each within the gap amount wherever they designed a 34-23 lead.

Lassiter finished the sport with eight-of-14 triples whereas Wilkerson had seven-of-11.

Wilkerson continued his explosive {ways|ways that|ways in that} within the second quarter as they worn a pass by GlobalPort which came to inside one purpose. The Beermen finished the [*fr1] with a 67-58 lead. By that point, Wilkerson already had thirty four markers.

But GlobalPort surprised San Miguel within the third frame, because the trio of Terrence lover, Stanley Pringle and Jay Washington designed a 10-2 run that place them ahead for the primary time, 80-79.

However, Lassiter and Wilkerson unbroken on creating shots, with the import nailing a buzzer-beating triple to finish the quarter and provides the Beermen a 93-86 lead.

Things doomed for GlobalPort early within the final frame once Pringle, UN agency finished with nineteen points, lacerate his articulatio plana throughout a drive try. He quickly asked to be subbed out and ne’er came back.

San Miguel force removed from then and ne’er looked back to return away with the win.

Import Calvin Warner denote twenty seven points and seventeen boards within the losing effort for GlobalPort (2-1) that saw the top of its two-game win streak.


Wilkerson 52, Lassiter 28, Fajardo 15, Cabagnot 12, Ross 5, Tubid 4, Espinas 2, Semerad 2, Arana 0, De Ocampo 0, Heruela 0, Lutz 0.

Warner 27, Romeo 22, Pringle 19, Washington 13, Taha 9, Mamaril 7, Yeo 6, Sumang 4, Kramer 2, Maierhofer 0, Semerad 0.

Quarter Score: 34-23, 67-58, 93-86, 120-109 –