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Grand Slam-seeking Beermen on the right track

After disposing of sister team Barangay Ginebra in grand fashion on Sunday, 107-103, San Miguel Beer coach Leo Austria declared that a top-four finish in the elimination round is achievable.

“We’re after a top-four finish and it looks achievable now,” said Austria after his third import, Terrence Watson, proved to be a lot better than the unimpressive Tarik Bridgeman.

“He’s a big help. He’s a big factor. And it’s tough for Ginebra because they’re not able to scout our new import,” added the Grand Slam-seeking Austria.

Watson, who had only two practices before Sunday’s match, came through with a game-high 28 points and 17 rebounds, just enough to help his teammates snap Ginebra’s seven-game winning run.

“It was a tough game. They’re a great team. They’re tall, they’re big,” said the 30-year-old Watson of the Gin Kings.

Author: Beth Celis, Inquirer
Full Article: http://sports.inquirer.net/264611/grand-slam-seeking-beermen-right-track

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