Alaska vs Rain or Shine paul lee

Alaska vs Rain or Shine result 117-114 – August 13, 2016

Alaska vs Rain or Shine paul lee
Alaska vs Rain or Shine result 117-114 – August 13, 2016

PBA Schedule OPPO Governor’s Cup Alaska vs Rain or Shine result – August 13, 2016, Smart Araneta Coliseum. Elasto painters proved the team will make up to consistency made by fighting spirit to win against Aces after a hero last 1 minute 3 points by Paul Lee.

Lowhorn led the Elasto Painters with 18 points while Chris Tiu scored all 13 of his points, including a perfect 3-for-3 from beyond the arc, over the first two periods.

Henton was able to nurse his fouls as he scored 12 big points in the third period and Sonny Thoss came alive as well, scoring nine for Alaska as the game entered the fourth quarter in an 82-all deadlock.

Alaska made a big opening salvo as hits from Calvin Abueva and RJ Jazul in transition and long-range bombs from Henton and Dondon Hontiveros made it a 10-1 run for the Aces, which surged ahead, 92-83, early in the fourth quarter.

Kevin Racal gave Alaska a lead of as high as 11, 98-87, at the seven minute mark of the game.

But Rain or Shine worked their way back into the game, getting some easy points from the charity stripe while also getting some huge three-pointers from Quinahan and Lee.

Lee’s trey at the 1:22 mark of the game gave the Elasto Painters a 108-106 lead.

After an empty possession for Henton and Alaska, Jeff Chan made one of the biggest shots in the game, draining a pull-up jumper from the midrange to make it a four-point game, 110-106.

Chan also finished with double-digit scoring, tallying 10 points in the game.

Abueva tallied 17 points and eight rebounds for Alaska before fouling out in the last minute of the game.

The final score result:

RAIN OR SHINE 117 – Lowhorn 24, Lee 18, Quinahan 16, Tiu 13, Chan 10, Cruz 9, Norwood 8, Almazan 6, Belga 6, Ponferada 4, Trollano 3, Ahanmisi 0, Nimes 0.

ALASKA 114 – Henton 41, Abueva 17, Casio 13, Hontiveros 13, Thoss 11, Jazul 8, Racal 5, Exciminiano 3, Baclao 2, Menk 1, Banchero 0, Magat 0.

Quarters: 22-17, 56-53, 82-82, 117-114