Rampaging Tamaraws want to be more aggressive
Paul Lintag on Oct 28, 2015 05:34 PM
"Medyo kulang pa yung pagiging aggressive kaya ayun yung mga game namin medyo dikit lagi." - Russel Escoto after the Tamaraws won a ninth straight game.
By now it should already sound like a broken record but the FEU Tamaraws swear that their best is yet to come.
After another dominant but quiet performance against an overmatched Adamson side for a ninth striaght win, Russel Escoto insists that his squad should show more aggressiveness. That is some scary thought for the rest of the UAAP particularly those who will make the Final Four.
"We are happy but not satisfied," Escoto said who finished with 13 points to lead the FEU offense that featured eight players scoring at least seven points. "Medyo kulang pa yung pagiging aggressive kaya ayun yung mga game namin medyo dikit lagi."
With a crucial three-game stretch that includes another finals rematch against a desperate NU Bulldogs plus a pair of games with the always dangerous La Salle and fellow leader UST Growling Tigers, the Tamaraws are just about to shift into a higher gear.
"Kulang pa talaga lalo na yung sa defense. Katulad nga ng sabi ni coach [Nash Racela] hindi na basta-basta kasi papunta na kami sa playoffs," center Raymar Jose added.
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