Robert Bolick hopes Cignal can avoid endgame lapses as it looks to finish off Racal
Robert Bolick and the Hawkeyes try to complete a sweep of the best-of-three title series. Dante Peralta

ROBERT Bolick vowed there will be no let-up as Cignal-San Beda tries to finish off Racal and claim the PBA D-League Aspirant's Cup crown on Monday.

Game Two of the best-of-three series starts at 4 p.m. at The Arena in San Juan, with Bolick and the Hawkeyes hoping to avoid a repeat of the collapse in the series opener.

The Hawkeyes led by 21 but allowed the Tile Masters to mount a comeback in the final period.

Rey Nambatac powered Racal's late-game rally that sliced the deficit to five in the final minutes before San Beda recovered to take the win.

"Dapat hindi mangyari uli yung ganun," said Bolick following the 93-85 win in Game One on Thursday.

"Wag kami magre-relax katulad nung ginawa namin nung fourth quarter. Dapat laban pa rin kahit one minute, 30 seconds, 20 seconds ... dapat push pa rin ng push kasi ito na yun e, championship na. Sino ba namang hindi gusto manalo?"

Bolick said they are expecting a furious fightback from the Tile Masters.

"It's going to be a dogfight, it's going to be dirty," he said.

"Kasi ganun naman talaga e. Kahit kami kung down 0-1 kailangan namin gawin lahat para manalo. Sure ako ganun din sila."

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