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    Falcons regain groove and Jerrick Ahanmisi confident they'll be fine the rest of elims

    Oct 17, 2018
    PHOTO: Marlo Cueto

    ADAMSON is back on track after slip-ups to end the first round, and Jerrick Ahanmisi is confident the Falcons will be fine as long as they stick to their system.

    “No worries. We just have to go to practice everyday, working hard, making sure that everyone plays their roles and accepts their roles, we’ll be fine throughout the rest of the round.”

    A five-game winning run to start the UAAP Season 81 put Adamson on top, before suddenly slipping with overtime losses to the FEU Tamaraws and the La Salle Green Archers.

    “I think that’s what we should expect. Like what coach Franz has been saying, there’s a big target on our back and everybody wants to beat us,” said Ahanmisi.

    “We just want to come in every game, working hard, playing hard and playing together as a team,” he added.

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      Ahanmisi was at the forefront of that bounce back win as he finished with 21 points, waxing hot early as they cruised to a comfortable wire to wire win.

      “We took it as if it was any other loss. Of course we don’t want to lose any game, we took it as we lost another game in our schedule,” said Ahanmisi.

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      “We knew what we had to do this game, we knew how to bounce back from those two losses and that’s what showed today,” he added.

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