Smart Araneta Coliseum
2 pm – FEU vs. NU
4 pm – De La Salle vs. Ateneo
The University of Fighting Maroons of the Philippines won the UAAP 81-man basketball game at Santo Tomas University for the first time in the final 4th place with a solo solo victory for the fourth time in 833-69. Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Nigerian rookie Bright Akhuetie finished with 25 points and 18 rebounds. Paul Desidero scored and Juan Gomez de Liano scored seven points in the UP, scoring 11 points on the bench and four points ahead of 6-6 Far Eastern College. The last semi-final spot.
"The best thing for us is to put us in a position to fight for that slot and we need that one win on Wednesday," he said of his team's game against De La Salle. UP coach Bo Perasol said.
"We have to put this victory behind us, and we can not underestimate it because there is a much more important game on Wednesday," he added.
UST, who scored 26 points in Marvin Lee, dropped 5-8 in the third-eight seasons, and has been officially active in Aldin Ayo for three consecutive rounds.
In the first game, Adamson strengthened his defense, restoring the East Red Warriors' five-to-85-72 team, winning the playoffs in second place, and getting the incentive in the second inning was the most important. semifinal.
Adamson's Jerrick Ahanmisi and Sean Manganti scored 12-0 in the third quarter, scoring six points, 59-53, and the Falcons scored the final goal in the 65-59 lead.
Adamson gave control of the tempo, giving him control. Camiño center Papi Sarr's three-point play ran Falcon (11 points) at 72:61, 6:22.
Ahanmisi led Adamson to 23 points, Manganti 19 points, Jerom Lastimosa 10 points and Sarr added 9 points and 25 rebounds.
Adamson's coach Franz Pumaren said, "Sometimes there is a prejudice to think that another team will be overturned." It was possible to reconfigure. I had to tell them a sweet look at half time. "
"We were able to stop by the way we put pressure on them and we showed Adamson's defense." Pumaren got 28 points from Adamson's 16 UE hijackings.
Adamson's victory was 10-3, defeating champion and league leader Ateneo 10-2, 10-3. More important to Falcons is that they have at least a playoff team for one of two two-time breaking incentives in Final Four.
"Well, of course, we still have to look at the rest of the schedule," he said. "Today was the second place in the playoffs," Fumaren said in an interview with his ex-team De La Salle.
The Blue Eagles victory or Falcone's victory with the Far Eastern University Tamaraws on November 18th will end Green Acer's second hope and double hope in the semi-final.
UE's Alvin Pasaol posted an average of 24.75 per game with 24 points, making it the top league since 2003.
Pasaol's current average performance is 22.2 points per game of FEU star Terence Romeo (Tennesse Romeo) in one season, and in Sunday's game against NU, the chance of exceeding the average score of 24.9 points last season Have.
Adamin 85 – Ahanmisi 23, Manganti 19, Lastimosa 10, Sarr 9, Camacho 7, Catapusan 6, Pingoy 5, Espeleta 4, Zaldivar 2, Mojica 0, Magbuhos V 0, Bernardo 0, Colonia 0.
UE 72 – Pasaol 24, Manalang 19, Cullar 12, Bartolome 8, Gallardo 5, Varilla 4, Strait 0, Antiporda 0, Beltran 0, Conner 0, Gagate 0.
Quarter: 21-24; 40-40; 65-59; 85-72.
UP 83 – Akhuetie 25, Desiderio 19, Ju. Gomez de Liaño 11, Jaboneta 9, Murell 6, Manzo 5, Prado 3, Vito 3, Ja. Gomez de Liaño 2, Lim 0, Tungcab 0, Spencer 0, Española 0, Gozum 0, Longa 0.
UST 69 – Lee 26, Subido 22, Bats 7, Mahinay 4, Marcos 3, Huang 2, Cansino 2, Caunan 2, Zamora 1, Agustin 0, Bonleon 0.
Quarter: 19-22; 42-38; 63-54; 83-69.
Tags: Adamson, Aldin Ayo, Bright Akhuetie, UAAP, UAAP Season, UAAP Season 81, Santo Tomas University, East Red Warriors University, University of the Philippines Fighting Maroon