PBA: Hotshots aim of for 2-2 tie as series vs. ROS goes to Game 4

Paul Lintag on Apr 22, 2019 06:49 AM
PBA: Hotshots aim of for 2-2 tie as series goes to Game 4
Now after a Holy Week break, Magnolia has the chance for a follow up as the team takes on no. 2 ROS once again for Game 4 Monday at the the the Big Dome.

After finally solving Rain or Shine in Game 3, Magnolia returns to action looking to tie the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup semifinals at two gammes each.

Dominated during the first two games of the best-of-7, the Hotshots finally got things going in Game 3, using a strong fourt-quarter rally to cut their series deficit in half, 1-2.

Now after a Holy Week break, Magnolia has the chance for a follow up as the team takes on no. 2 ROS once again for Game 4 Monday at the the the Big Dome.

Meanwhile, ROS kept a positive outlook despite dropping Game 3, maintaining that they’re still ahead.

If not for a timely Ian Sangalang explosion in the fourth quarter, the Elasto Painters would have been on their way to three straight wins.

ROS can take that elusive third win Tuesday to put the Hotshots on the brink of elimination. Tip off will be at 7:00 p.m. Monday.

 

Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8After finally solving Rain or Shine in Game 3, Magnolia returns to action looking to tie the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup semifinals at two gammes each.

Dominated during the first two games of the best-of-7, the Hotshots finally got things going in Game 3, using a strong fourt-quarter rally to cut their series deficit in half, 1-2.

Now after a Holy Week break, Magnolia has the chance for a follow up as the team takes on no. 2 ROS once again for Game 4 Tuesday at the the the Big Dome.

Meanwhile, ROS kept a positive outlook despite dropping Game 3, maintaining that they’re still ahead.

If not for a timely Ian Sangalang explosion in the fourth quarter, the Elasto Painters would have been on their way to three straight wins.

ROS can take that elusive third win Tuesday to put the Hotshots on the brink of elimination. Tip off will be at 7:00 p.m. Monday.

 

Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8After finally solving Rain or Shine in Game 3, Magnolia returns to action looking to tie the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup semifinals at two gammes each.

Dominated during the first two games of the best-of-7, the Hotshots finally got things going in Game 3, using a strong fourt-quarter rally to cut their series deficit in half, 1-2.

Now after a Holy Week break, Magnolia has the chance for a follow up as the team takes on no. 2 ROS once again for Game 4 Tuesday at the the the Big Dome.

Meanwhile, ROS kept a positive outlook despite dropping Game 3, maintaining that they’re still ahead.

If not for a timely Ian Sangalang explosion in the fourth quarter, the Elasto Painters would have been on their way to three straight wins.

ROS can take that elusive third win Tuesday to put the Hotshots on the brink of elimination. Tip off will be at 7:00 p.m. Monday.

 

Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8

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