The Stanley Pringle Show finally ends in a win for Globalport
Norman Lee Benjamin Riego on Jan 12, 2018 08:59 PM
At long last, Stanley Prigle’s hot start to the season gives Globalport a win
Globalport has long been Terrence Romeo’s show to run.
With Romeo sidelined for at least one more month, however, a new yet equally capable show has taken his time slot.
Stanley Pringle has taken the reins of the Batang Pier and has been one of the league’s brightest stars in the early going.
Pringle has scored more than 20 points in all four of his games.
He made it clear, though, that he doesn’t concern himself with scoring, but with plays that help his team win. “Scoring and making points is never my mindset; it’s making the best play you can. Of course, I must be aggressive and I must attack, but I don’t like to force myself just to score points,” he said.
The former top pick made all the best plays on Friday to help Globalport get the better of Rain or Shine and finally get on the win column.
With 29 points to go along with nine rebounds, an assist, and a steal, he was, without a doubt, the engine that powered his team’s breakthrough.
Still, in Pringle’s eyes, their breakthrough is no cause for celebration. “It feels good, but we definitely can’t celebrate too much cause we’re still down 1-2 and we’re trying to get to . 500,” he said.
He then continued, “We still (have) a lot to improve on. We will just take it game by game.”
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