PBA Philippine Cup 2017 Globalport vs Rain or Shine, NLEX vs Brgy. Ginebra replay, full games schedule January 29, 2017 Sunday Afternoon @ Cuneta Astrodome before playoffs big will rise again 4:30PM up to 6:45PM game# 63-64 match-up.
Mahindra 3-7 stats recap, Star 6-4.
The Hotshots continued to flaunt their dominant form as they walloped Mahindra, 124-87, at the Cuneta Astrodome to zero in on the second seed and the twice-to-beat advantage that comes with it in the PBA Philippine Cup quarterfinals.
Coming off a 47-point blowout win over Meralco last Saturday, the Hotshots delivered on both ends again, establishing a huge lead they never relinquished to coast to their seventh win in 11 games – and first four-game win streak in the post-Tim Cone era.
Allein Maliksi sustained his sizzling streak, firing a career-high 33 points built around seven triples to lead the balanced effort of the Hotshots, who dealt the Floodbuster their eighth loss in 11 games at the end of their elimination campaign.
The Final Score Result:
STAR 124 – Maliksi 33, Lee 16, Melton 11, Ramos 11, Jalalon 11, Sangalang 10, Abundo 8, Barroca 7, Brondial 6, Reavis 5, Pingris 2, Javier 2, Dela Rosa 2, De Leon 0
MAHINDRA 87 – Salva 15, Mallari 15, Yee 14, Paniamogan 9, Revilla 7, Ballesteros 6, Teng 6, Celda 5, Apinan 4, Elorde 2, Eriobu 2, Galanza 2, Nimes 0
Quarterscores: 41-19, 68-40, 93-65, 124-87
Alaska 6-4 stats recap, Rain or Shine 5-5.
ALASKA simply showed more desire than Rain or Shine did as it hacked out a 94-89 decision on Wednesday night to clinch the second seed in the quarterfinals of the PBA Philippine Cup.
The Aces erased a late deficit, proving steadier down the stretch where they bucked the absence of a foul-plagued Calvin Abueva to earn the second twice-to-beat spot in the first round of the playoffs.
Top seed San Miguel Beer is waiting forh the winner of the Elasto Painters-Elite playoff on Friday.
Casio finished with a game-high 25 points, including four straight that knotted the count and gave the Aces the lead for good at 91-89 with over two minutes left, before coming through on the other end with steal that led to a breakaway layup by Ping Exciminiano that practically sealed the deal.
The Aces prevailed despite Abueva hobbled by foul trouble throughout the game as The Beast played less than 13 minutes, contributing four points, four boards, and one steal.
James Yap led the E-Painters with 16 points, including a three-pointer that put his team ahead, 86-79, with a little over seven minutes remaining, only to be questionably benched by coach Caloy Garcia for a crucial part where the Aces were in the middle of their comeback.
The Final Score Result:
ALASKA 94 – Casio 25, Thoss 13, Manuel 13, Jazul 12, Mendoza 8, Exciminiano 6, Racal 5, Hontiveros 5, Abueva 4, Galliguez 2, Cruz 1, Pascual 0
ROS 89 – Norwood 16, Yap 16, Cruz 12, Chan 10, Tiu 9, Washington 8, Belga 6, Ponferada 6, Ahanmisi 4, Trollano 2, Matias 0
Quarterscores: 17-19, 43-45, 66-71, 94-89