Alvin Pasaol getting used to big league and huge venues, hopes to help UE finally stop bleeding
Alvin Pasaol hopes to deliver more for the winless UE Red Warriors. Dante Peralta

ALVIN Pasaol is getting the hang of playing in the UAAP, and is hoping his improved play would help University of the East finally stop the bleeding.

The former Holy Cross of Davao college player scored 22 points in UE's 15-point loss to Ateneo, 84-69, Saturday in his first breakout game of the season.

"Ngayon komportable na ako kasi ilang laro na din na off ako. Ngayon siguro eto na," Pasaol said.

"Siguro para sa akin dirediretso na ito basta consistency lang,” said Pasaol.

The product of Samal City said he is starting to get used to the crowd and arena sounds.

"Siguro nagaadjust ako nung past few games namin. Yung four  games namin, siguro sa crowd gaanoon, yung laro namin, sa playing court na nilalaro namin," Pasaol said.

Still, Pasaol and the Warriors need to do much more to finally score a victory. They are winless in five outings.

"Yung sa amin lang, lalaban lang kami, hanggang sa huli lalaban kami kahit worn down na lalaban pa din kami,"  he added.

Gabriel Pe

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