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Ray Parks, Josh Urbiztondo torch Mono, lead Alab to bounce back win

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Philippine Sports News - Tiebreaker Times Ray Parks, Josh Urbiztondo torch Mono, lead Alab to bounce back win ABL Alab Pilipinas Basketball News  Renaldo Balkman Paul Zamar Mono Vampire Mike Singletary Justin Brownlee Josh Urbiztondo Jimmy Alapag Jason Brickman Bobby Ray Parks Jr. 2017-18 ABL Season
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Coming off a frustrating home loss to the Singapore Slingers last Wednesday, skipper Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. and Tanduay Alab Pilipinas vented their ire with a huge statement win at the expense of the streaking Mono Vampire Basketball Club, 114-87, Sunday evening at Stadium 29 in Bangkok, Thailand.

The win lifted Alab’s slate to an even 4-4, a full game behind the fourth-running Saigon Heat. Moreover, Alab was able to snap Mono’s three game winning streak.

After scoring 16 points in their 80-90 loss to the Slingers, Parks, Jr. was able to follow it up with a sensational 19 point outing. The reigning Local Most Valuable Player added seven rebounds, six assists, and a block to his statline.

The second generation cager provided the spark in the opening frame, scoring 10 points in the opening frame to give the road team a strong start.

Josh Urbiztondo followed it up in the second frame, dropping nine points in the second quarter. He finished the game with 17 markers, spiked by five triples.

Alab never looked back, leading by as much as 33 points, 104-71, after a Justin Brownlee bucket with 6:58 left.

Brownlee flirted with a triple-double, tallying a game-high 29 points to go along with eight rebounds and nine assists. Fellow World Import Renaldo Balkman had an efficent outing with 14 points on 7-for-11 shooting, seven rebounds, and five assists in just 23 minutes of game time.

As a team, Alab knocked down 14 triples with the troika of Parks, Urbiztondo, and Brownlee combining for 11.

Filipino export Paul Zamar paced Mono with 20 points on 6-for-11 shooting. The same could not be said for Filipino-American Jason Brickman, as he played his worst outing so far, ending the game with just seven points and a personal-low of three assists.

Former Mighty Sports-Philippines player Mike Singletary had 24 points on 22 attempts and 11 rebounds.

Alab will visit Indonesia for the first time this season on Saturday, January 20, to take on the CLS Knights.

The Scores:

Tanduay Alab 114 — Brownlee 29, Parks 19, Urbiztondo 17, Balkman 14, Raymundo 10, Maierhofer 7, Javelona 6, Alabanza 4, Domingo 4, Celiz 2, Hontiveros 2, Sumalinog 0.

Mono 87 — Singletary 24, Zamar 20, Deguara 17, Brickman 7, Boonyai 5, Ananti 4, Chanthachon 3, Apiromvilaichai 2, Khukhandhin 2, Phuangla 2, Samerjai 1, Kruatiwa 0.

Quarterscores: 32-22, 54-37, 88-62, 114-87.

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