LIVE UPDATES: PBA Finals Game 6 San Miguel vs Magnolia

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7:30 p.m. San Miguel Beermen vs Magnolia Hotshots

San Miguel’s Bennie Boatwright in the PBA Finals Game 5. –MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.net

Having some momentum and the veritable psychological edge, San Miguel sets out to deal the finishing blow on Magnolia when they clash in Game 6 of what has been a compelling PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals on Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.

The Beermen also have a lot of history going for them when they take the floor at 7:30 p.m. as they have, in the last 25 years, never lost a title series once they grab a 3-2 lead.

June Mar Fajardo San Miguel Beer vs Magnolia PBA Finals

San Miguel Beer center June Mar Fajardo during Game 5 of the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals against Magnolia. –MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.net

MANILA, Philippines—San Miguel Beer star June Mar Fajardo has no plans to miss Game 6 of the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals on Wednesday despite nursing a sore left calf.

Fajardo sustained the injury in the Beermen’s 96-85 Game 4 loss to the Magnolia Hotshots on Friday.

Tyler Bey: Failure to wall-in Jericho Cruz led to Hotshots defeat in Game 5

San Miguel Beermen’s Jericho Cruz in the PBA Finals. –MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.net

Magnolia import Tyler Bey kept it simple when asked about what went wrong with the Hotshots in Game 5 of the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals on Sunday.

“We can’t just let guys go off for 30,” he told reporters with a long face on the heels of a 108-98 defeat at Smart Araneta Coliseum. “We got to respect everybody on their team and I just feel like we didn’t respect them today, and that was our problem.”

Simon Enciso San Miguel Beer PBA Finals Game 5

San Miguel guard Simon Enciso celebrates during Game 5 of the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals against Magnolia.–MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.net

Simon Enciso made his first start in San Miguel’s PBA Commissioner’s Cup championship duel against Magnolia on Sunday. His father was also in the Smart Araneta Coliseum’s stands, watching him in his first-ever pro game. He was about to turn a year older, too.

But none of those were bigger than what truly drives the Filipino-American guard to play well.



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