Monthly Archives: October 2015

De La Salle versus National U Part Two was really a perfect example of how a system built on the foundation of basic fundamentals and teamwork can overcome brilliant individual performances. When NU’s Kyle Neypes went down with an ankle injury, J-Jay Alejandro stepped-up and torched the Green Archers’ defense; highlighted by a personal 8-0 run with 5:12 to...
A lot has already been said about last Saturday’s heartbreaking loss to Adamson. Heartbreaking is an understatement when this game should have been theirs from the beginning had they just played their normal game. But the questions is, what is the normal game of the Green Archers? So far this season, we still don’t have a clear idea on...
In a span for 30 actual minutes and 15:22 of official game time, my line of thinking went from wondering how big La Salle’s winning margin against Adamson might be to “please, please, send this game into overtime!” In the end, getting outscored 15-27 in the final period and cold 20% shooting doomed what should have been a solid...
Glad that game against FEU last Sunday was called off due to bad weather. Honestly, the Green Archers aren’t ready to face the Tamaraws just yet and had they lost, it would put them just a game ahead of those chasing for a semis berth. In spite of a winning record, the team is still struggling to find its form and...
After 2 games in the second round, the De La Salle Green Archers are at 5-4 after losing a heartbreak to the UST Growling Tigers but winning against the UE Red Warriors. Similar Tactics, Two Different Games It’s interesting how these two games are more similar than what most people would think. The fact that there seems to be a set...