Hello my dear reader’s and all of you who are fans of the PBA, the most followed sports finale in the Philippines has come to it’s awaited stage of games the Governor’s Cup best of seven game series featuring two totally different teams that were both come out battle scarred by repulsing the powerhouses defending champion San Miguel Beermen and the Tropang Texters both are MVP and SMC group teams respectively that has deep history of winning championships.
Two great american coaches will try to outmatch each teams defense and offense but the sixth man’s presence will play a greater role inside the venue who happens to be the thousand of strong fans rooting for the “masses team” Barangay Ginebra which has gained its popularity during the time of one of the 25 Greatest PBA Hall of Fame awardee the former senator Robert “Big J” Jaworski. Mr 100% multi-awarded former Best Import head coach Norman Black have made his way to the championship with a core of young players. Meralco Bolts leader or a force to offer on the court is none other than Jimmy Alapag and their import Allen Durham 30 points 15 rebounds per game averages. The championship series will see the former Gilas members and the exciting ball rotation that Barangay Ginebra masterfully played against the San Miguel Beermen.
It’s a tossed between who will sustain the run and gun scheme and the most defensive tenacity centered team, obviously have the advantage in every possession and execution of plays where we are all eager to see how the rookie Scottie Thompson will go against Chris Newsome, Sol Mercado and LA Ternorio pitted with the Mighty Mouse Jimmy Alapag. The Meralco Bolts has the import advantage while GSM has the ceiling at the center position. And with this cards on the table it is pretty obvious that the team that can distribute the ball consistently will surely establish the mastery of the seven game dates with the Never Say Die team emerging victorious in the final sound of the buzzer of the seventh game. Enjoy the game.
With the same target in sight, one who has the discipline, distribution of ball and defensive stock normally end up with the hardware. – Paquito