Mahindra Enforcers, surprising everyone with their 3-0 Rank

One of the youngest teams in the PBA turned out to be one of the PBA's top contenders, Mahindra Enforcers stunned everyone with their 3 straight wins and has yet to lose a game. For a team who struggled for a couple of conferences, this is a huge development talent-wise and competitiveness. The Enforcers defeated three big teams such as, Star Hotshots, Globalport and the recent win they had against the San Miguel Beermen.

Canaleta, Taha and Agovida scored double digits each while their paint defenders did a great job in stopping the former best import Arizona Reid by allowing 17 out of 33 field goals. Though the beermen guard Cabagnot and Lassiter both finished the game with double figures, the Mahindra Import white was able to snatch the game from SMB with his last stretch shots made contributing a total of 34 points and was chosen as the Best player of the game by adding up 11 boards.

MAHINDRA 105 - White 34, Canaleta 17, Taha 12, Agovida 10, Ramos 9, Revilla 8, Pinto 6, Yee 3, Guinto 2, Jaime 2, Zandi 2, Ballesteros 0, Digregorio 0, Aguilar 0.

SAN MIGUEL 103 - Reid 43, Cabagnot 15, Fajardo 13, Arana 11, Lassiter 10, Reyes 4, Tubid 3, Mabulac 2, Ross 2, David 0, De Ocampo 0, Heruela 0.

Quarters: 28-27, 48-48, 81-74, 105-103


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