PASIG Chooks dominated MSC Binan City-Azi&Tets Travel N Tours, 22-12, to top the sixth leg of the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3x3 MelMac Cup on Sunday at Gold's Gym Sheridan in Mandaluyong.
Franky Johnson unloaded all 10 of his points off of five long bombs, including the game-winner from the right wing at the 2:00 mark to finish off the finals.
Joshua Munzon added three treys in the triumph to wound up with 10 points as Pasig bagged P100,000 and claimed its fifth win in six legs.
"I just wanted to come back today and refocus. Yesterday was in the past, and move forward. That's what we could really do," said Munzon as the Kings rebounded from its bitter semis exit in leg 5 to Big Boss Cement-Porac a day before.
Adrian Celada led Binan City with five points, as Dan Reducto had two before spraining his left ankle midway through the finalsof the tournament also presented by Coca-Cola and Gold's Gym.
The first time finalists bagged the P30,000 prize, while Muntinlupa, which reached the semis for the first time, brought home bronze and P20,000.
Meanwhile, Ever Bilena once again won the women's division with a 21-14 rout of Careline.
Afril Bernardino poured 10 points, including the game-winning putback with 2:22 remaining to lock up the P20,000 prize.
Tina Deacon had seven points and Ria Nabalan posted four in the finals for Ever Bilena.
Miranda led Careline with eight points in the runner-up finish.
Darwin Cantong narrowly defeated Michael Alvarez to win his second Chooks-to-Go Harissa Roast Slam Dunk title and take home P10,000.
Wilkins-Balanga Pure, fresh off from their Jeddah Masters stint, will return on Monday for the seventh leg.