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No. 8 Powerade defeats No. 1 B-Meg

Philippine Basketball Association 37th Season
2011 Philippine Cup Quarterfinals (All-Filipino Conference)
Powerade Tigers defeats B-Meg Llamados in OT, 131-123

Game Highlights:
-With the loss, B-Meg is now out of the All-Filipino Conference
-Kerby Raymundo led B-meg with 26 points
-Peter June Simon with 25 points
-James Yap with 23 points
-Gary David with 37 points and 4 assists
-1st Pick JV Casio with 22 points
-Another Rookie Marcio Lassiter with 19 points
-B-Meg led in the 1st three quarters and Powerade came back in the 4th quarter to force overtime
-After 8 straight wins in the Elimination Round, the Llamados end the Philippine Cup with 2 losses against Powerade

Game Scores:
Powerade 131 – David 37, Casio 22, Lassiter 19, Anthony 13, Vanlandingham 11, Kramer 10, Cruz 6, Antonio 6, Adducul 4, Lingganay 3, Allera 0, Crisano 0.

B-Meg 123 – Raymundo 26, Simon 25, Yap J. 23, Pingris 14, De Vance 11, Barroca 10, De Ocampo 7, Reavis 3, Urbiztondo 2, Yap R. 2.

Quarters: 23-30, 47-57, 78-87, 115-115, 131-123

Powerade defeats B-Meg, forces do-or-die on Sunday

Philippine Basketball Association 37th Season
2011 Philippine Cup Quarterfinals (All-Filipino Conference)
Powerade Tigers defeats B-Meg Llamados, 97-88

Game Highlights:
-1st loss of B-Meg after winning 8 straight games
-Do-or-die game on Sunday at 6pm
-James Yap with 21 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists but was only 2/10 from three-point range
-Peter June Simon contributed 16 points and 5 rebounds
-Marc Pingris (13pts/8rebs) and Kerby Raymundo (10pts/9rebs)
-B-Meg could not stop Gary David as he scored 32 points
-Rookie Marcio Lassiter had a big game with 24 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists
-1st Pick JV Casio contributed 9 points and 9 assists for the Tigers
-Happy Birthday Tim Cone!

Game scores:

Powerade 97 – David 32, Lassiter 24, Kramer 10, Anthony 9, Casio 9, Vanlandingham 5, Adducul 5,
Lingganay 3, Allera 0, Cruz 0, Crisano 0, Antonio 0.

B-Meg 88 – Yap J. 21, Simon 16, Pingris 13, Raymundo 10, Urbiztondo 8, Barroca 6, De Vance 6, Yap R.
6, Reavis 2.

Quarters: 27-21, 50-39, 79-71, 97-8

B-Meg defeats Powerade

Philippine Basketball Association 37th Season
2011 Philippine Cup (All-Filipino Conference)
B-Meg Llamados defeats Powerade Tigers, 97-80

Game Highlights:
– Peter June Simon led B-Meg with 21 points
– James Yap scored 20 points and led the Llamados in the 1st quarter with 12 points while the whole Powerade team just had 9 1st quarter points
– Highest lead of B-Meg was 27 points but was down to 9 in the middle of the 4th quarter
– Llamados rebounding edge 61-43
– B-Meg held high scoring Gary David to just 7 points
– Marcio Lassiter led Powerade with 15 points while his Smart Gilas teammate JV Casio had 5 points
– B-Meg now with 2 wins and 3 losses

Game scores:

B-Meg 97 – Simon 21, Yap J. 20, Barroca 11, De Vance 10, Urbiztondo 9, Raymundo 7, Pingris 6, Yap R. 6, Reavis 5, Maierhofer 2, Acuna 0.

Powerade 80 – Lassiter 15, Anthony 13, Kramer 8, Cruz 8, Lingganay 7, Vanlandingham 7, David 7, Adducul 7, Casio 5, Antonio 3, Calimag 0, Crisano 0.

Quarterscores: 24-9, 46-25, 68-48, 97-80

PBA Rookie Draft Recap

2011 PBA Rookie Draft
August 28, 2011
Robinsons Place Manila

1st Round
1. POWERADE – JV Casio
2. RAIN OR SHINE – Paul Lee
3. PETRON – Chris Lutz
4. POWERADE – Marcio Lassiter
5. SHOPINAS – Mark Barroca
6. ALASKA – Mac Baracael
7. MERALCO – Jason Ballesteros
8. BARAKO – Allein Maliksi
9. GINEBRA – Reil Cervantes
10. BARAKO – Dylan Ababou

2nd Round
1. SHOPINAS – Magi Sison
2. TALK N TEXT – Pamboy Raymundo
3. ALASKA – Eric Salamat
4. ALASKA – Julius Pasculado
5. ALASKA – Ariel Mepana
6. B-MEG – Brian Ilad
7. MERALCO – Gilbert Bulawan
8. GINEBRA – James Martinez
9. BARAKO – Ken Acibar
10. BARAKO – PJ Sorongon
11. POWERADE – John Marc Agustin

Note:
B-Meg owns the 5th pick from Shopinas but they allowed the Clickers to get the 5th pick (Mark Barroca), a trade may happen soon!

Who do you think should B-Meg draft using the 5th pick?

With B-Meg Llamados having the 5th pick overall and 16th pick in the PBA Rookie Draft tomorrow August 28, who do you think they should pick? (Assuming the player is still available)

Guard: JV Casio, Paul Lee, Chris Lutz, Mark Barroca, Dylan Ababou, Eric Salamat, James Martinez, Pamboy Raymundo

Forward: Marcio Lassiter, Mac Baracael, Reil Cervantes, Alein Maliksi, Ken Acibar

Center: Jason Ballesteros, Magi Sison