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James Yap out for 3 weeks

James Yap

James Yap will miss the remaining elimination round games of Star Hotshots in the 2016 PBA Commissioners Cup as he sustained a right calf injury during the Star vs San Miguel game. Big Game James will be out for at least 3 weeks to rest and do rehab.

Last 2 Games of Star Hotshots in the Elimination Round

Get well James Yap! Big game James with ACL sprain

James Yap injured

James Yap with a sprained Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL and maybe miss a couple of games. No timeline yet on return of James Yap but status is described as “week-to-week” by Coach Tim Cone.

Get well James Yap!

Purefoods Star Hotshots - James Yap

James Yap did not play in their game against SMB because of an injury and is listed as day-to-day due to a hamstring injury.

Get well soon James Yap!

Get well James Yap!

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James Yap did not play in their game against Air 21 Express yesterday because of a hyperextended right elbow injury. No timetable yet on the return of James Yap. Get well James Yap!

Other injured players of San Mig Coffee Mixers: Joe Devance (Knee injury), Justin Melton (Fractured hand), Allein Maliksi (ACL) and Peter June Simon (Achilles Tendon), although PJ Simon already played last night he is still not 100%.

James Yap out as Meralco defeats Derby Ace

Philippine Basketball Association 36th Season
2011 Commissioners Cup
B-Meg Derby Ace Llamados vs Meralco Bolts
Meralco defeats Derby Ace, 89-86

Even without MVP James Yap, who sat out of this game due to a calf injury, B-Meg almost defeated the Meralco Bolts again but came up short in the end game as they suffered their second straight setback and now at the bottom half of the standings with 2 wins and 4 losses.

Derby Ace had a chance to get the lead with 26 seconds left and Meralco leading by 1, 87-86, but Kerby Raymundo in just his second game back from an injury missed a shot and Mac Cardona sealed the win for the Bolts with 2 free throws.

Peter June Simon led the Llamados with 17 points and 3 rebounds while Marc Pingris contributed a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Nino “KG” Canaleta had a big 4th quarter with 10 points (3 three point shots) but was neutralized by Meralco Import Champ Oguchi who made 4 three pointers in the 4th quarter which includes the shot that gave the Bolts the lead, 87-86.

It was the first time that Meralco won against Derby Ace since getting the Sta. Lucia franchise and the 1st win by Meralco head coach Ryan Gregorio against his former team.

Game scores:

Meralco 89 – Oguchi 29, Taulava 15, Mercado 13, Cardona 13, Hugnatan 6, Espinas 5, Ross 4, Gamalinda
2, Isip 2, Aquino 0, Ritualo 0.

Derby Ace 86 – Simon 17, Pingris 16, Canaleta 12, Raymundo 10, Spears 9, Yap R 9, Escobal 8,
Adducul 3, Fernandez 2, Gaco 0, Salvador 0.

Quarters: 17-15, 38-37, 62-62, 89-86