The Scorpions and the Saints slug it out in the deciding Game Three of their semifinal series at 3:30 p.m, with the winner set to face Marinerong Pilipino in the best-of-three title bout.
Senegalese big man Malick Diouf was at the forefront of the Scorpions’ well-deployed attack, filling up the stat sheets with 29 points, 21 rebounds, eight assists, five blocks, and two steals. #PBADL
It was the Blue Eagles’ first title in the developmental league, winning the cup in only their first foray, as the Cignal banner also won its third championship, the first two banking on the San Beda core back in the 2016-17 season. #PBADL
The Blue Eagles have righted the ship with a dominant 67-52 Game Three victory on Thursday to go on the hill in the best-of-five championship series, calming the tides after a shocking 77-74 Game Two defeat last Tuesday. #PBADL
“We are facing the number one college team in the land. With CEU, I think (probably outside the NCAA and the UAAP) we were able to prove that we can go as far with them thanks to our basketball program,” – Derrick Pumaren #PBADL
Senegalese big man Malick Diouf etched his name in the developmental league’s history books as he set a new rebounding record with 30 boards. He also finished with a game-high 21 points and four blocks as the Scorpions racked up their fourth straight win in as many games. #PBADL #PBA