Now that the first round of the UAAP men’s basketball eliminations has come to an end, it’s time to sit back and take a closer look at where the Green Archers stand.
The Green Archers failed to end the first round on a winning note after a tough 56-63 loss against the National University Bulldogs earlier at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
With everybody still reeling from yesterday’s second consecutive loss by the Green Archers, I’m certain most, if not all of the headlines written in the form of a recap or a reaction to that game has the words “another meltdown,” “another won game that slipped away”, and the like, in them.
Despite establishing a double digit lead during the last quarter, the De La Salle University Green Archers once again suffered a last-minute meltdown to eventually succumb to their second consecutive loss in the hands of the University of the East Red Warriors today at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.
With the team’s heartbreaking loss to FEU still fresh on every Green Archers fan’s mind, the issue of poor free throw shooting is something that seems easier and easier to keep harping on.