What do you do after dropping a game against a contender? Well, get an “easy” game against the league doormats. De La Salle looks to get back on track after their UAAP season-high seven-game winning streak was snapped by the rampaging FEU Tamaraws.
But pray tell, what else can we list down for you to follow? It’s pretty much moot how the Archers will fare against the worst offense in the league. Maybe they can rest the regulars as they prepare for a UST-NU-UE grind to end the regular season? Who knows.
GET THE ROOKIES SOME SEASONING
Julian Sargent, Abu Tratter and Prince Rivero need to get some game going. It’s almost the Final Four and you may want to rein them in so you can squeeze something out of them. De La Salle is short on the rotation and cannot dig deep from the bench at most times.
Tratter will give you one good play and maybe that’s it. But who knows how much he can do given some burn against the reed-thin (excluding Ivan Villanueva) Adamson frontcourt. It’s high time he gets to go against a rugged and wily veteran in Jansen Rios. Sarge will have his hands full defending a very underrated Don Trollano.
Almond Vosotros chucked his team to a loss against FEU. It was horrid. Like it hasn’t been all year long, no? And what’s up with Jason Perkins? Seems like Hefty Lefty has been forgotten for long stretches as Jeron Teng flashed that MVP form to start off the fiery seven-game run by DLSU.
Should they stop or should they continue to chuck? Either, they got Norbert Torres and Arnold Van Opstal to grab the boards, because Rios can only do so much for the Falcons. Chuck or not, De La Salle will get this one.
I kept this short because that’s how long your attention span would be for the game. We’re all going to be hum-drumming till the NU-UE showdown, unless Trollano gets out of his mind and drop 60 while Rios blows off for 30.
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