WE’LL HAVE whatever Carl Tamayo is having.
Exploding with 12 points in the home stretch, Tamayo turned into a man on fire as he led the UP Fighting Maroons from 14 points down and into a slot in the UAAP Finals.
He didn’t just chip in the points. Tamayo contributed four steals, three assists, and 10 rebounds, including a game-saving board in the final seconds of the faceoff against the De La Salle Green Archers.
On Twitter, UP fans — and one Gabe Norwood — hailed his heroics.
Norwood even called him a modern-day Ranidel de Ocampo, another clutch king in the PH hardcourt.
Thirsty agad? :D
Tears from Carl Tamayo
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