Green Archer Almond Vosotros relieved to see shots finally start to fall
After a string of disappointing games, Almond Vosotros finally makes his shots and now hopes to do it consistently for the Archers. Jerome Ascano 

ALMOND Vosotros' shots finally started falling on Wednesday afternoon.

The La Salle guard shot a season-best 3-of-4 from beyond the arc and finished with 15 points as the Archers won their fourth straight game, downing University of the Philippines, 74-53.

Vosotros, who started the game having made only seven of 35 shots from three-point land, said it was practice and a change in mindset that helped him snap out of the cold shooting spell.

“Siguro talagang wino-work out ko lang sa practice kasi gusto kong bumalik ’yung shooting ko," he said. "Sa game, hindi ko iniisip na dapat maka-shoot ako ng three-points. May mga open shots ako na hindi ko tinira pero tinry ko nung second half.”

The former San Sebastian Staglet had revealed the slump started to get in his head, but insisted he never lost confidence in his shot.

“Hindi naman nagbago kumpiyansa ko. Nag-focus lang talaga ako every game. Hindi ko na rin iniisip na kailangang maka-shoot ako. Basta manalo ang team, okay na sa akin,” said Vosotros.

Vosotros also said he is starting to adjust to his new role as the court general of the team with Thomas Torres out with an ankle injury.

“Hanggang ngayon, slowly nag-aadjust pa rin ako. Dati sine-setup ako ng mga point guard. Ngayon, ako na ang nag-sesetup. Winowork out ko talaga ’yun sa practice. One and two position,” said Vosotros.

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