Blackwater shocks TNT in the opening season

Jun 11, 2022

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35 year old – Casio scored the Bossing’s final seven points of the game to break a tie 78-78 to save the Bossing, who started the conference on a winning note.   Months after their 29-game losing streak was snapped during their final game of the previous Governor’s Cup. Casio turned back the clock and exploded 22 points on 5-of-11 shooting beyond the arc for the Bossing.  Baser Amer backstopped Casio with 11 points, while newly acquired big men James Sena and Tousef Taha, as well as rookie Ato Ular all stepped up with 10 markers apiece as they are missing the services of their No.1 overall pick Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser due to finger injury. After leading by only 2 points, 39-37, at halftime, the Bossing shifted into high gear in the third quarter and outscored the Tropang Giga. TNT however, managed to crawl back and tie the game at 78-all with just 1:49 left to play, thanks to a big fourth quarter surge by RR Pogoy. Fortunately for the Blackwater, Casio took over late and released a personal 7-0 run, including a crucial triple with only 41 seconds remaining, which put the Tropang Giga away for good. “It’s a good win against a very good team. Pero it’s just one game.” Said JVee Casio after the game. Pogoy finished with a game-high 32 points, while Jayson Castro and Poy Erram chipped 10 points each for the Tropang Giga, who were unsuccessful to ride on the momentum of their opening-day win and moved to 1-1. Still, the Bossing still hope to bring the force from this win when they face the Gin Kings this weekend for another victory over a good team. 
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