Enciso proves that the doubters are wrong by making Alaska half the victory



Spitfire Guards offsets his lean power play 1 with a blast in their triumph game 2 over Meralco

Published 11:49, November 13, 2018

Updated 11:49, November 13, 2018

REPEAT BACK. Simon Enciso directs Alaska Aces in their bounce to win over Meralco Bolts. Pictures from PBA pictures

REPEAT BACK. Simon Enciso directs Alaska Aces in their bounce to win over Meralco Bolts. Pictures from PBA pictures

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Simon Enciso entered the opportunity for a long time to help Alaska even his semi-final against Meralco in the 2018 PBA Governor Cup and one of his key motivations is to prove that his doubters are bad.

The Spitfire shooter put 23 points at the top of 2 strokes and 2 assists and served as a sparkplug, which propelled Aces to win 100-95 in the game of the 2 best of five fights on Tuesday, November 13.

It was a significant improvement from his performance in their 92-97 Game 1 loss on Bolts on Sunday, which saw Enciso limited to just 5 points despite playing almost 33 minutes.

"Every game tries to find an edge, and a lot of people were like," What happened to Simon, what happened to Simon? "He told reporters after the game ended.

"Of course, it's motivation and fire to get you to the next game and prove that people are wrong."

Having scored only 3 points in fantasy time, the 27-year-old player fired four times and finished with 18 midfield markers, as Aces had 20 points more lead.

The Bolts threatened to return and doubled their shortage to the whistle in the last frame, but did not achieve their great effort when Enciso hit an ace with two top shots in the last two seconds.

"I was really hard on myself and I knew I had to get out of the game." "Fortunately, my teammates have given me confidence and found me when I was open, just knocking shots," he added.

Enciso also wanted to give Mike Harris, who wore the script for the aces, a little bleeding.

"He (Harris) takes note of a lot of attacks, and if he can continue what he does, and we're chipping about 15 or 20, then it's hard to stop that."

Enciso and Ace are trying to set off the momentum they gained on Thursday 15th November in Cuneta Astrodome. – Rappler.com


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