Yancy de Ocampo has been a revelation for B-MEG so far, averaging 16.5 points in his first two games, including a 16-point and eight-rebound performance in a win against Ginebra. Barako Bull, meanwhile, relies on its explosive import Jamine Peterson, who scored 33 points and 22 rebounds in their first game but was limited to just 19 points en route to a loss against Alaska.
Can De Ocampo lead B-MEG to another win? Or will Peterson and Barako Bull bounce back strong?
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