Per reports, Almazan, the third overall pick in the loaded 2013 PBA Draft, will be traded to the Bolts in exchange of Meralco’s 2019 and 2021 first rounders. #PBA
The man, later identified as Paulo Felizarta, was immediately handled by venue security but he already did damage, colliding into five-time PBA MVP June Mar Fajardo while running the length of the court.
Branrey Bienes lit up for the Tamaraws, dropping nine of his 25 points in the final canto, on top of six rebounds to rise to a 5-3 record in the Foundation Group. #PBADL
“I just have to be a professional. I just need to do my best to fulfill whatever role is given to me,” – Terrence Romeo #PBA
Alvin Pasaol started off hot with his 10 first quarter points to guide his side to a 31-11 advantage, before once again imposing his might late, dropping eight of the Knights’ last 11 points. He registered 28 points, seven rebounds, and three assists in the win. #PBADL
“I wasn’t able to do anything in the first half but I just stayed positive and it was Ping who lifted me up,” – Ian Sangalang #PBA
“It was a frustrating loss to say the least. I felt like we played well, especially in the first half, I felt like we got what we wanted to do on offense. Defensively we were really clicking, making it hard for June Mar. But and then we just collapsed in the fourth in the last couple of minutes, we just crumbled you know?” – Matthew Wright #PBA
Cameroonian bruiser Patrick Tchuente conspired with Ken Tuffin as the Tamaraws gained early headways with a 12-0 outburst to end the first period and grab a 26-14 lead, using that run to preserve a cushion that never dipped to as low as 10.
“Ginawa ko ‘yung part ko sa depensa tapos pambubully, asaran hanggang sa dulo,” – Arwind Santos #PBA
“We just have to be more aware or be more prepared with what they’re doing to us. We just have to be better the next time around when we play them, especially in a playoff series.” – LA Tenorio #PBA