The San Miguel Beermen is scheduled for a head-to-head game against the Talk ‘N Text TNT Tropang Giga at 6:45 P.M. on October 16, 2020 live from the AUF Sports Arena & Cultural Center in Angeles City, Pampanga.
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The San Miguel Beermen are looking for their first win in the PBA Bubble, while the TNT Tropang Giga are looking to extend their winning streak after an amazing game by Bobby Ray Parks.
The 2 players of the San Miguel Beermen looked very rusty in their first game in the PBA Bubble, namely, Arwind Santos and Chris Ross. Both players scored 6 combined points while only hitting 1 of their 13 shots in the field.
The only player in the PBA who has 6 MVP awards, June Mar Fajardo, will still be watching his team battling the Tropang Gigas. Without “The Kraken” the team could not efficiently execute the usual high-low play.
While Santos and Ross did not play that well, Lassiter stepped up and scored 20 points for his team and also hit 5 three-point shots.
Moala Tautaa should keep up his nice performance in their last matchup because he scored 17 points while also grabbing 11 rebounds to somehow replace June Mar Fajardo who is still unavailable at the time.
Lassiter and Tautuaa should be productive in terms of scoring in tonight’s game so that they can somehow win against the TNT.
The TNT looks to extend their hot start in the PBA Bubble against the San Miguel Beermen tonight after a big night by Parks.
Parks scored 40 huge points and also dropped 7 three-point shots against the Terrafirma. His motivation in that game was because he was tired of being ignored.
“I just want to show the hard work that I put in and the team put in,” said Parks. “To be honest, I’m tired of being forgotten. I feel like I’ve been slept on.” He added.
After that game, Troy Rosario ended the match up with a double-double performance as he scored 20 points and also grabbed 11 rebounds.
Both teams will have a semi-rematch tonight after their battles in the Commissioner’s Cup back in 2019 which the San Miguel Beermen won the championship.