Imus handed Iriga City its first loss after a 99-96 victory in overtime, last Sunday in the National Basketball League (NBL) Season 2 at the Dominican College Gym in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
The Bandila improved their record to 3-2. Meanwhile, the Oragons fall to their first defeat after winning their first four games of the season.
Kim Cinco had 26 points including five threes. Jepoy Sarao had 23 points and 14 rebounds for the Bandila, who bounced back from their overtime defeat against Nueva Ecija in their previous game.
Lerry Jhon Mayo had 21 points including the go-ahead basket with 8.7 seconds left in the game, as the Taguig Generals defeated the Laguna Pistons, 94-93, to pick up their third win in four outings.
Last Saturday, JP Rabe had 23 points and 14 rebounds, as the Dasmariñas Ballers nipped the Nueva Ecija Rice Makers, 95-94, to even their record to 2-2.
Jeff Comia had 22 points and 10 rebounds, as the Quezon City Rising Stars also won their second straight game after defeating the Zamboanga Valientes, 94-82, to improve their mark to 3-4.
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