Ginebra vs Meralco Replay Finals

Ginebra vs Meralco Game 1 Replay Finals – October 7,2016


OPPO Governors Cup 2016 game 1 finals Ginebra vs Meralco replay, result, recap, score, and highlights are very to excitement to watch provided by Sports5 October 6,2016.

The super intense contender a hungry Gin Kings Brgy. Ginebra “Kontra” Newbie mighty bolts Meralco will match October 7,2016 at Smart Araneta Coliseum. Over 20,000 fans crowds will possible witness upon one of the most popular sports event in Philippines.






Ginebra Gin Kings hungry to catch the throne of PBA Governors Cup 2016, since 2008 is the last date of finals champion, They are ready to draw of 2016 Gov cup champion title holder.

Meralco Bolts, stay strong even if first time in the crowd of championship since 2010. The team never admit on underdogs words, They never fear of Gin crowds but Gin teams. It’s too early to finalize the result the ball is circle not square.

MERALCO accomplished in overtime what it came up short of doing in regulation, outlasting Barangay Ginebra, 114-109, on Friday night for a head start in their PBA Governors Cup Finals series at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.

Allen Durham almost single handedly carried the Bolts, scoring seven straight points to start the extra session before dishing an assist to Cliff Hodge who knocked down a dagger three-pointer that sealed the deal in Game One.

“It’s a hard-fought game,” Bolts coach Norman Black said after the game as his team beat the Gin Kings for the first time this season. “It’s a good time to beat them.”

Game Two of the best-of-seven series is on Sunday also at the Big Dome.

Jimmy Alapag hit two birds with one stone – in this case a triple – as he caught Allan Caidic at the top of the three-point shooting list, while also giving the Bolts the lead in regulation before LA Tenorio retaliated with a floater that sent the game to overtime.


MERALCO 114 – Durham 46, Newsome 17, Hugnatan 15, Alapag 13, Faundo 8, Amer 5, Caram 4, Hodge 4, Buenafe 2, Nabong 0, Uyloan 0.

GINEBRA 109 – Tenorio 36, Brownlee 17, Caguioa 14, Devance 13, Mercado 8, Thompson 8, Aguilar 6, Cruz 5, Marcelo 2, Mariano 0.

Quarter Score Breakdown: 31-28, 42-53, 75-80, 102-102, 114-109