OKBet Sports: NorthPort’s Robert Bolick Career-High Beats Meralco 2022

Robert Bolick scored in his second consecutive career game during the PBA Commissioner’s Cup on Friday night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City.

Despite the fact that NorthPort prevailed over Meralco in overtime by a score of 101-95, NorthPort did not advance to the next round of the tournament.

Nearly a week after his 33-point bomb was overshadowed by Myles Powell’s game-winning shot, Bolick dropped 44 points on the Bolts, and this time, he made sure that the Batang Pier would win as he took over at the beginning of the overtime period. Bolick’s performance ensured that the Batang Pier would emerge victorious.

Bolick started the extra period with a five-point scoring run, which sparked a seven-point, one-point run that put NorthPort in the lead, 96-90, with one minute and forty-four seconds to play.

After a timeout, Bong Quinto scored quickly from beyond the arc to keep Meralco in the game, but Arwind Santos answered back with a three-pointer from the perimeter on the very next play to effectively end the game for Meralco.

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In almost 51 minutes of action for NorthPort, Bolick recorded six rebounds, seven assists, and one steal. As a result of this performance, NorthPort moved up to 2-1 in the standings.

Santos contributed 15 points, seven rebounds, one assist, two steals, and one block, whereas Prince Ibeh came close to a rare 10-block triple-double with 12 points, 11 boards, and eight swats in addition to two assists and one steal. Santos contributed 15 points, while Prince Ibeh contributed 12 points, 11 boards, and eight swats.

Additionally, Arvin Tolentino scored 12 points while also grabbing six rebounds, providing one assist, stealing one ball, and blocking three shots.

Meralco was led by Johnny O’Bryant, who led the team with an impressive stat line that included 30 points, 22 rebounds, five assists, one block, and one steal.

The first game was won by NLEX, 105-102, after they staged a furious comeback in the final minutes to defeat Blackwater.

After being in a losing position for the majority of the game, the Road Warriors were able to turn the tides within the final 3 minutes and 50 seconds of play, going on a 14-0 run to take the lead with 12.5 seconds left on the clock.

The Bossing managed to finish the game on a high note by going on a 5-1 run, but the outcome of the match had already been decided.

NLEX finished its stint with Adonis Tierra as interim coach with a 2-0 record. Frankie Lim will finally make his debut with the team on October 8 against Phoenix at the PhilSports Arena in Pasig. Earl Clark led NLEX with 38 points, 25 rebounds, four assists, three blocks, and one steal.

Don Trollano contributed an additional 18 points, eight rebounds, and three assists to the team’s total.

Blackwater now has a record of 1-2 despite the efforts of Baser Amer, who scored 26 points and added two rebounds and five assists, and Cameron Krutwig, who contributed 18 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists, one block, and two steals for the team.

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