Globalport vs Blackwater Elite “Bida Player of The Game” Romeo,Belo,Dec. 21, 2016

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Globalport vs Blackwater Elite “Bida Player of The Game” Romeo,Belo,Dec. 21, 2016. Mac Belo showed the way once again with 20 points, but the Elite also drew significant contribution from the bench down the stretch, especially from Roi Sumang and Ael Banal.

The Elite also took advantage of the absence of Stanley Pringle after the GlobalPort star was ejected late in the third after picking up a second flagrant foul 1, a landing spot violation on Belo.

The Elite also took advantage of the absence of Stanley Pringle after the GlobalPort star was ejected late in the third after picking up a second flagrant foul 1, a landing spot violation on Belo.

As a result, the Elite notched their second straight win and fourth in six games overall to surpass their most wins ever in any conference in their three-year history in the league.

The Elite also moved a half-game behind solo leader San Miguel Beer in the standings as they supplanted the Batang Pier, who dropped to a 3-2 win-loss card.

The result spoiled the near-triple-double Terrence Romeo put up as he fired a game-high 22 points on top of nine assists and eight boards in 38 minutes.

The GlobalPort franchise player, however, took 21 shots to get to his scoring output as he missed a handful of makeable close-range baskets in the payoff period.

Joining Romeo in his extra shooting work after practice appears to be paying off for Von Pessumal as the rookie marksman scored all his 10 points, including two treys, in the final frame that prevented the Elite from pulling away.