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    Beermen take control

    Rob Herndon TNT vs SMB Game 3 PBA Finals

    SAN Miguel made it two straight over TNT to take control of the PBA Philippine Cup Finals, notching a 108-100 overtime win on Friday at MOA Arena.

    Robbie Herndon made up for a late slip in regulation by delivering huge in extra minutes, scoring five straight points.


    With 11.7 seconds left in the fourth and San Miguel leading by a hair, Herndon committed a delay of game technical and Roger Pogoy made the free throw and forced the extension.

    Herndon made up for the gaffe and helped push San Miguel to a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.

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    June Mar Fajardo led the Beermen with 27 points and Jericho Cruz scored 18.

    Roger Pogoy again led the Tropang Giga in scoring, delivering 25, while Mikey Williams and Jayson Castro chipped in 17 apiece.

    Clarkson rues Gilas turnovers

    Jordan Clarkson Lebanon vs Gilas


    JORDAN Clarkson is eager to get back in action and deliver for the Philippines after a tough road loss in the Fiba Basketball World Cup Asian qualifiers.

    The former top Sixth Man in the NBA is hoping the Philippines can avoid wasting chances like it did in Beirut, where the Filipinos committed 21 turnovers in an 81-85 loss to Lebanon.

    "It's hard to win when you have 20-plus turnovers in a game like this especially with the home crowd behind them," he lamented.

    Clarkson is confident ahead of the game against Saudi Arabia on Monday at MOA Arena, saying Gilas did pretty well against Lebanon.

    "I think we did a good job of competing. Coach prepared us really well, trying to scout this team now. We had a great game plan coming in," he said.

    "We just got to take it on the head and get back to the drawing board," said the 30-year old Fil-American.


    "We'll try to get a win at home."

    SMB bringing in Thomas Robinson

    Thomas Robinson Kings

    SAN Miguel Beer is getting ready for the PBA Commissioner’s Cup even as it battles for the title in the Philippine Cup, tapping NBA veteran Thomas Robinson for the season’s second conference.

    The 6-foot-10 Robinson was the fifth pick overall in the 2012 NBA Draft and played in the league until 2017.


    Robinson was drafted by the Sacramento Kings and later had stints with the Houston Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers, Philadelphia 76ers, Brooklyn Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers.

    The 31-year-old Robinson last played for Piratas de Quebradillas in the Baloncesto Superior Nacional league of Puerto Rico.


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