Fuel Masters break through at expense of Dyip; Beermen remain unbeaten

Phoenix's Jayson Perkins hustles for the ball.

Phoenix’s Jayson Perkins hustles for the ball. –PBA Pictures

Phoenix received its initial activity in the PBA Philippine Cup in fashion on Friday, using lessons acquired from two former losses to publish a 97-74 demolition of Terrafirma which gave mentor Topex Robinson a thing great to seem ahead to.

“[We thought] as very long as we’re relocating the ball, and engage in attractive basketball alongside one another, we’ll have a probability [at winning],” reported Robinson after drawing 17 points, 9 rebounds and five assists from Jason Perkins at Ynares Middle in Antipolo.

“We’ve uncovered so quite a few classes … on how to adhere collectively when theTerrafirma likely receives challenging. What we agreed upon was to participate in with each other.”

San Miguel Beer remained ideal soon after carving out an 87-81 victory in excess of Magnolia in the nightcap.

Mo Tautuaa came off the bench to shoot 19 factors and tempo the Beermen, who rose to 3- though working the Hotshots a third decline in 4 video games.

Matthew Wright, the Gas Masters’ cornerstone who will be leaving the team following the conference to perform in Japan, completed with 11 details and 10 helps to assistance Phoenix to sales opportunities of as huge as 35 points—the major in the youthful tournament therefore significantly.

Phoenix climbed to 1-2 and will just take some form of momentum likely into its subsequent recreation, which will be towards newcomer Converge on Sunday.

“They’re a terrifying staff. I imply, they’re participating in superbly together,” Robinson explained of the FiberXers, whose 3 losses in opposition to formidable groups ended up near.

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