Lee catches fire as Magnolia torches NLEX to level semis series
“We just only tied the series,” said Magnolia coach Chito Victolero, who downplayed his team’s blowout victory.
“Credit to my players because of the team effort on both ends. We adjusted a little bit on our defense, and on offense, we just tried to move the ball and looked for the good shots which is what we didn’t do in Game 1. We did a good job on defense on their guards, especially the guards who are creating for them.”
Magnolia seized control of the game early and built a 12-point lead, 32-20, in the first half.
Kiefer Ravena rallied the Road Warriors to within four, 66-62, with1:14to play in the third frame, but it was Magnolia’s night for the taking with Aldrech Ramos drilling…
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