Meralco vs Mahindra Replay – September 21,2016


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Most popular Philippine sports, PBA replay September 21, 2016(Wednesday) [6-5] Mahindra Enforcer vs Meralco Bolts [6-5] PBA replay as of “Wednesday” 4:15PM at Smart Araneta Coliseum. Manila Bolts will face off Kia Enforcers.

Meralco vs Mahindra april 2016


The Meralco Bolts made a huge second half comeback to steal the final twice-to-beat ticket from the Mahindra Enforcer, 104-99, in their PBA Governors’ Cup playoff for No.4 seed on Wednesday at SMART-Araneta Coliseum.

Bolts only need one more win to advance to the semifinals. They will face again the Enforcer, who slid to No.5 after emerging as an early league leader, in the quarterfinals proper.

Mahindra took the driver’s seat early in the game, leading 26-16 in the first quarter. Meralco however answered with a 10-3 run that cut Mahindra’s lead to just three, 29-26.

The Enforcer countered with a strong 14-2 to grab a 53-41 halftime lead. They enjoyed their biggest lead at 16, 57-41, early in the third period until the Bolts made a furious run.

Meralco suddenly put the clamps on Mahindra and went unstoppable on offense, dropping a 19-2 bomb capped by a Dillinger basket to hand the Bolts a 60-59 lead.

Meralco even led by six, 68-62, courtesy of two straight triples from Dillinger. But Mahindra still had the advantage entering the final frame, with KG Canaleta’s trey putting the Enforcer back on top, 71-69.

The Enforcer stayed afloat and led 84-78 in the fourth quarter. But Dillinger and Newsome conspired in a 15-3 run to give Meralco a 93-87 lead with just 2:50 left.

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The Final Boxscore Result:

MERALCO 104 – Durham 34, Dillinger 22, Amer 16, Newsome 12, Faundo 7, Hodge 4, Hugnatan 4, Al-Hussaini 2, Nabong 2, Alapag 1, Uyloan 0, Caram 0.

MAHINDRA 99 – White 22, Ramos 20, Taha 16, Canaleta 10, Revilla 10, Yee 10, Ballesteros 6, Digregorio 5, Jaime 0, Agovida 0, Bagatsing 0, Guinto 0, Paniamogan 0.

Quarterscores: 26-29, 41-53, 69-71, 104-99