Alaska Aces beat Globalport batangpier 79-107(replay) score, result, recap March 17, 2017

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Latest Commissioner’s cup Alaska vs Globalport pba(replay) game result, recap of first game March 18, 2017 at TV5 provider online @sports5 pba full game, @Cuneta Astrodome, Saturday night 05:15PM.

On PBA game #4, day 2 match-up players and teams, Aces Milk sweep Batangpier 28 points ahead, to end the ballgame match-up 107-79.

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Alaska finds Octavius Ellis replacement in nick of time with ex-Nets forward Cory Jefferson made 28 points contribution to his team on first game match Alaska Aces.

Final: Alaska 107-79 GlobalPort

Cory Jefferson flashes potential as Alaska pounces on Terrence Romeo-less Globalport, ALASKA pounced on a fellow shorthanded GlobalPort side, cruising to a 107-79 victory on Saturday at the Cuneta Astrodome to start its PBA Commissioner’s Cup campaign on a high note.

Facing a Batang Pier side without one-half of the “Slash Brothers” in Terrence Romeo due to an unspecified illness, the Aces zoomed to an early lead and refused to let up to coast to the blowout win.

Cory Jefferson showed he’s a worthy last-minute replacement import as he registered 28 points and 14 boards, while Calvin Abueva provided the spark off the bench anew and tallied 15 points, seven boards, and four assists as the duo led an Aces side that was also undermanned without injured Vic Manuel, JVee Casio, Dondon Hontiveros, and Noy Baclao.

Thoss hits then Racal makes a three in transition; 101-74 Aces lead, Abueva! 96-74 Alaska lead. Thoss buries 16 footer, gives Alaska a 94-74 edge, 4:29 4q , Pascual, Canaleta and Abueva score! 90-74 Alaska lead, 5:20 4q until Wiliams drains short j; GlobalPort behind 72-86.

The Final Scoreboard Result

ALASKA 107 – Jefferson 28, Abueva 15, Thoss 13, Pascual 12, Galliguez 9, Banchero 8, Exciminiano 7, Enciso 6, Magat 4, Racal 3, Dela Cruz 2, Mendoza 0, Andrada 0.

GLOBALPORT 79 – Pringle 27, Williams 18, Quinahan 8, Canaleta 6, Cortez 6, Pessumal 5, Mamaril 4, Maierhofer 3, Aban 2, Pennisi 0, Paredes 0.

Quarterscores: 32-24, 59-42, 81-58, 107-79