NCAA: Frankie Lim punishes players for missing "easy layups"
Danine Cruz on Sep 18, 2018 07:13 PM
"You can't miss easy layups." -- Frankie Lim
University of Perpetual Help are back to their winning ways as they halted their three-game losing skid at the expense of the Arellano University Chiefs. One may imagine that the Altas are all in celebration mode but that is not exactly the case.
After the alma mater hymns were sung, the lights inside Filoil Flying V Arena turned off and fans made their way to the exit, Altas' Tonton Peralta and Jielo Razon were seen running and panting from baseline to baseline.
Perpetual's Rey Peralta and Jelo Razon doing suicides after the Altas' win over Arellano U as punishment for missing easy layups pic.twitter.com/IImxPIqY06— Mark Escarlote (@fromtheriles) September 18, 2018
Upon asking head coach Frankie Lim, he shared that he ordered both of his guards to do suicides as punishment.
"They missed layups, you can't miss easy layups," he said.
Ala-Coach Carter, Lim and the rest of the team watched the two guards endure the suicides after the game.
"We do it everyday in practice. There is no reason for you to miss open layups, that is why I made them run," said the stern mentor.
With a memorable punishment, Lim seeks to extend Perpetual's fortune as they face the league-leading Lyceum Pirates next on Friday, September 21.