Alab Pilipinas guard Jason Brickman. ABL PHOTO
MANILA, Philippines – San Miguel Alab Pilipinas, who was involved in an additional session for the second game in a row, showed tremendous determination to face another challenge against one of the form-fitting teams in the Asean Basketball League.
Three days after a career performance, Jason Brickman faced the challenge of extra time when San Miguel Alab Pilipinas opened the Singapore Slingers, 86-77, on Sunday evening in Sta. Pink multi-purpose sports facility in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
Brickman used seven of his 16 points in stoppage time to stop Nick King's import when Alab scored an 8-4 record second consecutive win for the second solo game and the Slinger winning streak triggered.
King ended the game with 20 points, including a lay-up, to freeze the game at 81-75. In the extension there are 69 seconds. It was Brickman who set the tone for Alab's strong overtime appearance and took a 73:71 lead before Sam Deguara's back-to-back baskets gave the home team the final lead (77:75).
SAN MIGUEL ALAB PILIPINAS 86 – King 20, Brickman 16, Gray 10, Domingo 9, Deguara 8, Ganuelas-Rosser 7, Caracut 6, Williams 5, heading 3, Vigil 2.
SINGAPORE SLINGERS 77 – Elliott 18, Kwek 17, Goh 12, Alexander 11, McClain 11, Ng 6, J. Lim 0, K. Lim 0, Oh 0.
Quarters: 25-19, 42-31, 54-55, 71-71, 86-77.
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