Spitfire Guard compensates for its deadly match Game 1 with a sudden eruption in Game 2 over Meralco
MANILA, Philippines – Simon Enciso is quite elevated to help Alaska even in the semifinals against Mercer at the PBA Governors Cup in 2018, and one of his key reasons is to prove his suspicions wrong.
The spitfire guard secured 23 points at the top of 2 rebounds and 2 assists and served as a priest who Aces freed 100-95 wins in the 2nd game of the top five on Friday, November 13th.
It was a big upgrade from his performance in their loss of 92:97 in the Bolts game on Sunday, when Enciso was limited to only 5 points despite having played for nearly 33 minutes.
"Every game you try to take advantage of." And many people were: "What happened to Simon? What happened to Simon? "He told reporters after the match.
"Of course, he keeps you motivated and fire to go to the next game and prove people wrong."
After reaching only 3 points in the ninth year, the 27-year-old set up 4 trophies to finish with 18 markers in the middle quarter, while Aci enjoyed a 20-point lead.
The Bolts threatened to return and exhaust their deficit in the last frame, but failed to win the win for Ace with two fouls in the last 2 seconds.
"I was very tough for myself and I knew I had to get out. Fortunately, the guys from the car gave me confidence and found me when I was opened, I just shot the shots," he added.
Enciso also wanted to give Mike Harris, who wears the birds for Ace, a bit remote to attack.
"He (Harris) takes a lot of load on the attack and if he can continue to do what he does and we can even chip up to 15 or 20 points, then it's difficult to stop this kind of team."
Enciso and Aces want to drive the moment they get on when on Thursday, November 15, at the Aston Villa in game 3. – Rappler.com