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Almost like a Deja Vu for Ginebra's LA Tenorio as he scores a new career-high for points in a game


LA Tenorio started the game hot during the game 1 of PBA Governors Cup Friday night as he scored 26 points in just three quarters. Tenorio was was on pace in tying his career high of 34 points which he made against the Meralco Bolts three years ago. Ginebra won that game as he steered the game but not this time.

Barangay Ginebra controlled the first half of the game as they led 53-42 but the Meralco Bolts showed patience and composure at the second half. Jimmy Alapag who tied Allan Caidic in the top spot of the PBA's all-time three pointers ladder made the big three that took the lead from Ginebra.
Durham splits his free-throw which only gave the Bolts a 2 point cushion. The hot hands of Tenorio did not stop as he made the sweet looking floater that tied the game after regulation. It was almost like a Deja Vu for Tenorio but his efforts was not enough as Bolts import Allen Durham took over in OT and gave Meralco Bolts their first Franchise Finals win 114-109.


Bolts and Ginebra will face again for the game 2 of PBA's Governor Cup on Sunday still at the Big Dome.

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