Monday, November 21, 2011

PBA Sunday scores

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B-Meg went to other sources when James Yap struggled as it turned back a fiesty Brgy. Ginebra,
88-76, Sunday night to improve to a share of fourth with Meralco in the PBA Philippine Cup at the
Smart-Araneta Coliseum.

Yap ended up leading five other teammates with double-digit scores with 17 points but it was the
uncanny tandem of Marc Pingris and Roger Yap who came through in the clutch, firing six points
apiece in the crucial stretch to help seal it for the Llamados.

It was B-Meg's fourth straight victory and sixth overall to jump to a joint No. 4 with the Bolts and
just a full game behind the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters and Petron Blaze Boosters, who are jammed
at No. 2 on 7-3 cards.

"Well, our guys made some really tough plays down the stretch, we really made good hustle and
individual plays down the stretch," said B-Meg coach Tim Cone.

Lightning-quick rookie Mark Barroca continued to impress and wound up with 14 points he topped with
five boards, three assists and a steal while Simon, Josh Urbiztondo, Pingris and Kerby Raymundo
chipped in 12, 10, 10 and 10 points, respectively.

The Kings, who were spearheaded by Jay Jay Helterbrand's 17 points, had all the chances of snatching
the win but didn't have enough left in the tank in the stretch to fall to their fifth defeat against
four wins that was good for No. 7.

B-Meg attempted several times to pull away but everytime it did Ginebra had all the answers
including one stretch when superb passing led to a wide open JC Intal layup and a 55-all deadlock.

Six straight baskets capped by a Mark Barroca jumper and a James Yap layup gives the Llamados a
61-55 lead at the end of the third quarter.

Ginebra bombarded B-Meg with triples in the second period and even snatched a 32-31 upper hand in
the middle of the quarter with Mark Caguioa accounting for two triples and JC Intal and Jayjay
Helterbrand one apiece.

Rookie prize find Mark Barroca, picked fifth overall in this year's PBA rookie draft, unloaded an
eight-point barrage as B-Meg willed its way back to regain control, 44-38, at the end of the first

With Yap and Josh Urbiztondo erupting for nine points each, the Llamados took a 24-19 lead at the
end of the first quarter.

The scores:

B-MEG 88 - J. Yap 17, Barroca 14, Simon 12, Urbiztondo 10, Pingris 10, Raymundo 10,  Yap R. 7, De
Vance 5, Reavis 3, De Ocampo 0.

GINEBRA 76 - Helterbrand 17, Villanueva 13, Intal 10, Wilson W. 10, Cortez 10, Caguioa 6, Mamaril 4,
Canaleta 3, Maierhofer 2, Wilson J. 1, Labgala 0, Tubid 0.

Quarters: 24-19, 44-38, 61-55, 88-76

Alaska Milk used its height and heft advantage to neutralize's speed and sweet-shooting
and eke out an 86-80 victory for their first back-to-back wins in the PBA Philippine Cup at the
Smart-Araneta Coliseum.

The bullish duo of Sonny Thoss and Jay-R Reyes asserted their inside might and conspired for 28
points, 25 rebounds, nine assists and seven blocks in helping the Aces nail their second victory in
a row and third overall in 10 outings.

It also sent Alaska from ninth to a tie at eighth place alongside idle Powerade, a team it
outgunned, 121-111, last Friday, for the last playoff spot with four games remaining on its

"This is the first back-to-back wins this conference and I have to give credit to them. They
(Clickers) played small because they know they couldn't match in size," said Alaska coach Joel

"Our big guys though gave them problems in the post that they had to focus a little bit on defense
that somehow took off their minds on what they're trying to do offensively, which is run and shoot,"
he added.

RJ Jazul, a former Smart-Gilas player, was blowtorching the Aces all game long as he exploded with a
career-high 24 points he laced with six three-pointers while Jojo Duncil got the rest of the job
done with 13 points, six rebounds and a personal-high eight assists.

But the Clickers just didn't have enough firepower and solid interior defense to stop the taller and
bigger Aces in falling to their 11th straight loss in as many outings that tied the third all-time
longest losing skid in a conference alongside Welcoat, which had the ignominy of doing that four
seasons ago.

The all-time longest losing streak in the league is 13 straight, which Great Taste recorded in the
1982 Reinforced Conference and Countryfair in the 1984 (2nd) All-Filipino Conference.

Eric Salamat, a rookie out of four-peat UAAP champion Ateneo, beat the buzzer with a layup in
transition to give Alaska a 71-58 advantage at the end of the third period.

It was, however, that grabbed an 11-7 upperhand and initiative early before Cyrus
Baguio unloaded a 10-point barrage that saw Alaska commandeering control and a 19-18 lead at the end
of the opening quarter.

The Aces then made their move in the second period  where they erected a 39-27 lead, the biggest in
the first half. But the Clickers honed their perimeter gun with Jazul exploding for three booming
triples to help his team close the gap at 40-45 at the end of the break.

Jazul wound up the highest scorer at the half with 14 points, four of which coming from beyond the
arc, to lead while the high-flying Baguio had 12 points in the first two quarters to
pace Alaska. (JV)

The scores:

ALASKA 86 - Thoss 15, Reyes 13, Baguio 12, Custodio 10, Dela Cruz 9, Baracael 8, Tenorio 8, Salamat
4, Bugia 4, Eman 3.

SHOPINAS.COM 80 - Jazul 24,Duncil 13, Sena 8, Hubalde 8, Sison 7, Espiritu 7, Escobal 6, Ritualo 3,
Mirza 2, Daa 2, Menor 0, Aquino 0, Se 0.


Talk N Text Tropang Texters810.889
Rain or Shine Elasto Painters730.700
Petron Blaze Boosters730.700
Meralco Bolts640.600
B-MEG Llamados640.600
Barako Bull Energy540.556
Brgy Ginebra Kings450.444
Alaska Aces370.300
Powerade Tigers370.300 Clickers011

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