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PBA SEMI FINALS Alaska vs Global Port Jan 4 – Philippine Cup 2016

PBA full games replay, videos, result, boxscores Alaska vs Global Port Jan 4 – Philippine Cup 2016 Semi Finals at Mall of Asia Arena.


2015-16 PH Cup Semis Preview: GlobalPort Batang Pier vs Alaska Aces—The Hunger Games.
GlobalPort and AK area unit 2 of the hungriest groups within the league at once. The Batang Pier have not been ready to advance past the quarterfinals, and this is often a large milestone in their young franchise’s history. On the opposite hand, the Alaska Aces, despite being among the league’s perennial contenders, haven’t won a title within the past few seasons, and that they area unit undoubtedly trying to finally bag the large one this point around.


Alaska has place along a dominant showing this conference, winning 9 games and losing their alternative 2 games by a mean of solely three.5 points. With such a deep and balanced list, the Aces ar the handily favorites during this match-up, however they conjointly understand they can’t overlook the Batang Pier, WHO have enough posture to drag the carpet from underneath Alaska on quarter finals of this PH cup 2015-2016 PBA league.


GLO key offensive stats:

  • Scoring – 99.6ppg (#3)
  • 2pt FG% – 48.3 (#3)
  • Fastbreak Pts – 12.2 (#4)
  • 2nd chance Pts – 12.7 (#4)
ALA key defensie stats:

  • FG% allowed – 39.96% (#2)
  • Steals – 7.2spg (#3)
  • Opponent’s TOs – 20.1 (#1)
  • Pts off TOs – 17.5 (#1)


GlobalPort’s top gun Terrence Romeo did not disappoint in his team’s first-ever semifinal appearance, scoring 41 points as the Batang Pier took Game One of their SMART BRO PBA Philippine Cup best-of-seven series against the top-seeded Alaska Aces, 107-93, on Monday at the Mall of Asia Arena.


GlobalPort opened the game on a dizzying 24-6 run and never really looked back as they held off repeated Alaska rallies before taking a 1-0 lead in their semis series game match-up highlights and replay here.


The Final Boxscore Result:

GLOBALPORT 107 – Romeo 41, Pringle 14, Jensen 12, Mamaril 12, Kramer 6, Semerad 6, Washington 6, Yeo 5, Maierhofer 4, Sumang 1, Pena 0.

ALASKA 93 – Baguio 15, Jazul 14, Manuel 14, Abueva 12, Thoss 12, Banchero 8, Menk 8, Casio 5, Hontiveros 3, Baclao 2, Dela Cruz 0, Dela Rosa 0, Exciminiano 0.

Quarters: 29-18, 52-42, 82-74, 107-93