Right from the start, the Green Archers were in total control of the match, maintaining its double-digit lead over NU after three quarters.
The Green Archers finished 4th in the 2018 Asia Pacific Universities Basketball Challenge (APUBC) held for the whole of last week in Seoul, South Korea.
As part of their preparation for their title defense in the upcoming UAAP season, the Green Archers is currently competing in Buddha Light International Association (BLIA) Cup in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan De La Salle is representing the Philippines in this tournament, organized by the Fo Guang Shan Monastery and is participated by select universities all over the world.
There are a lot of what ifs that we can mention about that tightly-fought Game 1 of the UAAP Finals.
Sole possession of the number one seed and a twice-to-beat advantage, the Green Archers were in full control of their own fate this season.
If there is one thing to say about the Green Archers’ pair of overwhelming wins this past week is that this team is just too deep, too big and too strong.
After breezing past UST by 43 points last Sunday, the Green Archers are in for a tough grind tomorrow against the UE Red Warriors.
This season, every time the Green Archers go up against a team they are expected to beat, the most common phrase read online, whether it is social comments, forum posts or other pregame articles is “don’t be overconfident”.
Just when we thought their season is practically over, UP has picked up two big wins against Ateneo and Adamson this past week to put themselves within striking distance of the top 4 spots in the standings.