PBA: Aces pick up win no. 2 by trouncing free-falling Elite
Paul Lintag on Oct 26, 2019 06:28 PM
Save for a the third period, the Aces were on point the whole game, riding a balanced scoring attack to improve to 2-6 in the team standings. (PBA)
The Aces may have just played their best game of the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup.
Alaska was all over hapless Blackwater Saturday at the Big Dome, scoring a big 101-91 victory in the season-ending joust.
Save for a the third period, the Aces were on point the whole game, riding a balanced scoring attack to improve to 2-6 in the team standings.
Jeron Teng led the way for Alaska with 19 points and eight rebounds.
Import Franko House and Abu Tratter added 18 each and Vic Manuel was good for 12 points.
The Blackwater loss, the Elite’s third straight, put them at 2-6 as well.
Marqus Blakely was the high man with 19 points while KG Canaleta, picked up in a trade with Meralco, fnished with 18 points for Blackwater.
Alaska 101 - Teng 19, House 18, Tratter 18, Manuel 12, Banchero 9, Thoss 7, Racal 6, Pascual 4, Ayaay 3, Casio 3, Enciso 2.
Blackwater 91 - Blakely 19, Canaleta 18, Parks 14, Belo 14, Desiderio 11, Cruz 5, Heruela 4, Cortez 2, Sumang 2, Tolomia 2, Al-Hussaini 0,
Quarterscores: 29-19, 60-36, 84-75, 101-91.
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