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PBA Result: February 8, 2019

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Here are the results of the PBA games scheduled on February 8, 2019 (Friday).

PBA Result: February 8, 2019

The first game was between the Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters and the NLEX Road Warriors.

The Fuel Masters has made it and they’re now achieved the elusive five-game winning streak.

The other best thing for the squad of coach Louie Alas is that they’re still undefeated.

The Road Warriors had the chance to win the game with only two seconds remaining in the fourth quarter but shot of Bong Galanza got swatted by Calvin Abueva.

Phoenix almost given up the game where they led as much as 17 points in the second quarter.

“Medyo naging complacent kami ng second quarter nu’ng lumamang kami ng 17, as if nanalo na kami ng game,” Alas said.

Phoenix vs NLEX Box Score

Fuel Masters (83) – Wright 17, Perkins 14, Abueva 13, Mendoza 8, Jazul 8, Chua 6, Mallari 6, Revilla 3, Kramer 2, Marcelo 2, Napoles 2, Dennison 2, Gamboa 0.

Road Warriors (82) – Quinahan 14, Galanza 12, Erram 11, Fonacier 9, Baguio 9, Lao 8, Ighalo 6, Porter 6, Paniamogan 5, Taulava 2, Tiongson 0, Magat 0, Tallo 0.

In the second match it was the game between the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters and the NorthPort Batang Pier.

It seems that the Elasto Painters are too serious on reaching the top of the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup standings.

After Phoenix secured their today’s assignment, ROS made sure that they’re still behind the shoulders of the Fuel Masters.

The boys of coach Caloy Garcia able to withstand the 34 points scoring explosion of Stanley Pringle.

Rain or Shine turned to James Yap and Norbert Torres to do their offense who registered 19 and 16 points respectively.

Rain or Shine (ROS) vs NorthPort | February 8, 2019 | PBA Livestream - 2019 PBA Philippine Cup

Rain or Shine vs NorthPort Box Score

Elasto Painters (107) – Yap 19, Belga 19, Torres 16, Almazan 14, Ahanmisi 11, Nambatac 11, Borboran 6, Norwood 4, Daquioag 3, Rosales 2, Mocon 2

Batang Pier (100) – Pringle 34, Anthony 22, Tautuaa 16, Bolick 9, Lanete 7, Guinto 6, Gabayni 4, Grey 2

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