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PBA Result: February 6, 2019

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Here are the results of the PBA games scheduled on February 6, 2019 (Wednesday).

PBA Result: February 6, 2019

The first game was between the Alaska Aces and the Columbian Dyip.

After their below average performance in their 44th PBA season debut, the Aces immediately made a bounce back game.

All of the quarters were won by Alaska as they prevented any comeback attempt from the Dyip.

Carl Bryan Cruz took advantage the absence of their key player Vic Manuel who is unavailable due to injury.

CBC scored 20 points and had nine rebounds but it was an entire team effort which gave them the victory according to coach Alex Compton.

“I thought they all played hard,” said Compton.

“I really appreciate my guys’ efforts. I thought pretty much the whole game, of course there were spots, but I thought pretty much the whole game we were energetic, all over the place, covering grounds, getting to the loose ball. The things that really matter.”

Alaska vs Columbian Box Score

Aces (94) – Cruz 20, Pascual 13, Exciminiano 12, Banchero 10, Potts 9, Teng 8, Ayaay 8, Baclao 6, Thoss 4, Galliguez 4

Dyip (72) – Perez 15, Corpuz 12, Khobuntin 8, Cabrera 6, Reyes 5, Escoto 5, Gabriel 5, Cahilig 4, Camson 4, Calvo 4, McCarthy 2, Tabi 2, Agovida 0.

In the second match it is the game between the San Miguel Beermen and the Blackwater Elite.

Alex Cabagnot got his clearance to return to basketball hard-court while Arwind Santos is also back after got sidelined in their previous game against the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters due to food poisoning.

Immediately those two players made an impact as they helped their squad end a two-game losing skid.

Blackwater felt the wrath of the defending champion most especially from the SMB’s Kraken, June Mar Fajardo who registered a monstrous 20-20 performance.

The five-time MVP finished the game with 20 points and 21 rebounds.

Likewise, Terrence Romeo had his best game as a Beermen where he added 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists.

The Elite gave the Beermen a competitive game in the first quarter but in the following quarters it was all dominated by San Miguel.

Roi Sumang led Blackwater in scoring with 17 points while Michael DiGregorio added 14 markers.

San Miguel vs Blackwater Box Score

Beermen (93) – Fajardo 20, Cabagnot 19, Romeo 17, Ross 14, Nabong 7, Lassiter 6, Santos 4, Tubid 2, Lanete 2, de Ocampo 2

Elite (79) – Sumang 17, DiGregorio 14, Maliksi 13, Javier 9, Tratter 9, Belo 8, Eriobu 4, Desiderio 4, Banal 1

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