Do or Die, PBA finals Brgy. Ginebra vs Meralco Game 6 replay. Gov cup 2016 championship still going match-up ‘Wednesday’ 6:30PM October 19,2016.
PBA Finals Game 5 is super close match-up, which is Meralco import Allen Durham scored 20 points while Hugnatan earned 17 points, But Brgy. Ginebra big man import Brownlee achieved 29 points stayed “never say die” on game 5 final score result 92-81.
Sol Mercado a team defender, after three points successfully shoot in last two minutes. that shot withstands his team momentum until the game ends.
Meralco team, after 6 years been active in PBA franchising from 2010-2016 its first time in championships, But still strong contender of Brgy. Ginebra one of the most popular PBA team history.
Former Talk n Text MVP, 39-year-old Jimmy Alapag still proving Meralco team he still on the run after making his new teammate back to momentum of never fade 3 points shootout.
Fast and Furious” backcourt of Jayjay Helterbrand and Mark Caguioa proved they still have a lot left in their tanks. The 40-year-old Helterbrand and 36-year-old Mark Caguioa proved age doesn’t matter led Gin Kings “never say die” moves.
PBA Game score recap:
Game 1: 114-109 – MERALCO
Game 2: 82-79 – GINEBRA
Game 3: 107-103 – MERALCO
Game 4: 88-86 – GINEBRA
Game 5: 92-81 – GINEBRA
Game 6: 91-88 – GINEBRA
Stands Ginebra 4-2 Meralco
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Ginebra@Meralco Game 6 Quarter Replay
1st Quarter: Meralconal led 9 points final score Bolts 27-18 Gin Kings
2nd Quarter: Meralco led 13 points final score Bolts 45-32 Ginebra
3rd Quarter: Meralco led 1 point final score Bolts 66-65 Ginebra
4th Quarter: Ginebra led 3 points final score Ginebra 91-88 Meralco
GSM Meralco Game 6 Score Result
GINEBRA 91 – Brownlee 28, Tenorio 25, Thompson 10, Aguilar 7, Caguioa 6, Helterbrand 5, Ellis 4, Marcelo 3, Devance 0.
MERALCO 88 – Newsome 19, Durham 15, Hugnatan 12, Faundo 8, Alapag 8, Uyloan 7, Hodge 6, Amer 6, Nabong 4, Caram 3.
Quarters: 18-27, 32-45, 65-66, 91-88.