The Barangay Ginebra Kings have decided among themselves to treat each and every game a knockout setto in their great desire to win the bubble crown.
They’re determined to pound every opening, seize every opportunity and take advantage of any advantage that they could have.
And that could well be their mindset if Bobby Ray Parks is really unable to play in Game Two of the PBA Philippine Cup best-of-seven finals at the AUF Sports Center Powered by Smart 5G.
“LA (Tenorio) was telling us let’s treat all our remaining games as do-or-die, no-tomorrow; our last chance to win this all-Filipino crown,” said Japeth Aguilar.
“We never know, this might be my last time to play in an all-Filipino championship,” said Tenorio. “Whatever it takes again, whatever it takes for us to win every game, to get the win, we’ll take it.”
The Kings go for the 2-0 advantage in the race-to-four series, targeting a follow-up to their 100-94 overtime triumph Sunday as they tangle with the Tropang Giga at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The Tropang Giga barely lost the series opener as Jayson Castro couldn’t make his tab at a game-winner in the closing seconds of regulation.