B-Meg defeats Alaska in double OT

Philippine Basketball Association 37th Season
2011 Philippine Cup (All-Filipino Conference)
B-Meg Llamados defeats Alaska Aces, 92-89

Game Highlights:
-3rd straight win for the Llamados now with 5-4 record
-James Yap led B-Meg with 24 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists (4/4 in 2nd OT)
-Rookie Mark Barroca with a career high 22 points
-Kerby Raymundo had a double-double with 14 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists (and also made a shot to tie the game in regulation to force overtime)
-2nd win by Tim Cone over his former team
-LA Tenorio led Alaska with 28 points

Game scores:

B-Meg 92 – Yap J. 24, Barroca 22, Raymundo 14, Pingris 10, De Vance 9, Maierhofer 5, Urbiztondo 2, Ferriols 2, Reavis 2, Yap R. 2.

Alaska 89 – Tenorio 28, Baguio 17, Reyes 14, Thoss 13, Baracael 7, Custodio 4, Dela Cruz 4, Eman 2, Salamat 0, Sotto 0.

Quarterscores: 22-25, 34-35, 56-53, 73-73, 80-80, 92-89

3 Responses to B-Meg defeats Alaska in double OT

  1. captain says:

    If everything falls together, fans of Barangay Ginebra may finally see the frontcourt upgrade that they’ve been praying for.

    The Gin Kings are in talks to acquire B-MEG’s Rico Maierhofer and Barako Bull’s Allein Maliksi, a pair of forwards who could inject a dose of athleticism to the frontcourt of the league’s crowd darlings.

    According to a source close to the Ginebra camp, the team is planning to send Yancy de Ocampo to B-MEG and Jimbo Aquino to Barako Bull in the deal, even as other details are still up in the air.

    In an interview with InterAKTV last week, Ginebra coach Siot Tanquingcen hinted at possible trades for his team.

    “There will be changes along the way,” he said. “We made some recommendations regarding the players we need, but we just have to wait for it because we don’t know if it’s agreeable to the other party.”

    On Monday, San Miguel Corporation official Noli Eala said a trade has been finalized, the details of which will be submitted to the PBA Commissioner’s Office for approval. Eala, however, refused to divulge any details of the deal he mentioned.

    League commissioner Chito Salud has the right to revise deals he deems unfair.

    Maierhofer won the league’s Rookie of the Year award in 2010, but is coming off an ACL injury which caused him to miss parts of last season. Maliksi, on the other hand, is the No. 8 overall pick in this year’s draft and was the inaugural Most Valuable Player of the PBA D-League.

    Ginebra has been looking to upgrade its frontcourt since the departure of starting power forward Rudy Hatfield, who left the team midway through last season.

    ==========================>>>>>>> lokohan n ito pag natuloy mga bro…. wag dapat pumayag management sa trade n ito… keep rico… malaki potential nya.

  2. ximen says:

    tsk2x sayang c rico…

  3. Fudge says:

    Bad move talaga, Rico is the best big defender ng bmeg..tas trade pa nila, hope na sana alam nila ginagawa nila and I hope Rico wont laugh at us on Sunday, super motivated yan for sure …Goodluck Rico!!!

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