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    Generals seek to recover from 'nightmare' performance vs Altas as they battle winless Blazers

    Aug 2, 2016
    Coach Ariel Sison and the Generals look to bounce back when they take on the cellar-dwelling Blazers. 

    EMILIO Aguinaldo College coach Ariel Sison described their performance against perpetual a 'nightmare' but he is confident the Generals can shake it off as they try to get into playoff contention.

    The Generals shot a season-low 22.5 percent from the field against the Altas in the NCAA basketball tournament on Tuesday, hitting just 16 of their 71 attempts in the 70-53 defeat.

    [See Altas stretch streak to four with big win over Generals behind Bright Akhuetie double-double]

    “I told them, ‘It was a bad game, tomorrow is a new day, practice uli.’ Anyway, may game pa naman sa Thursday para maka-recover from this ‘nightmare’ if I may say,” Sison said.

    “I hope this is just one of their off nights. Sobrang baba ng percentage” Sison said.

    The Generals slipped to 2-6 but look to cap off the first round with a victory over winless College of Saint Benilde on Thursday.

    “The bad game is against Perpetual and not on Thursday,” said Sison.

    With Igee King going 0 for 9 and Francis Munsayac 1 for 11, EAC import Hamadou Laminou had to bleed for his points despite a respectable statline of 14 points and 13 rebounds.

    “Hindi bubuka yung Laminou para makakuha ng high percentage shot kung yung outside walang nangyayari.

    “’Yun ‘yung problema namin today, napaka-tight ng offense namin, outside namin wala,” Sison said.

    Gabriel Pe

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    Coach Ariel Sison and the Generals look to bounce back when they take on the cellar-dwelling Blazers. 
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