There was downpour inside the SMART-Araneta Coliseum on a rainy Tuesday night, as the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters swamped Barako Bull, 120-93, in the day’s first match.
The nightcap was delayed to wait for players stuck in traffic, before San Mig Coffee came out to defeat Alaska, 95-82, for the Mixers’ third straight win.
|Petron Blaze Boosters||5||1||0.833||-||W5|
|Barako Bull Energy Colas||4||3||0.571||1.5||L1|
|Rain or Shine Elasto Painters||4||3||0.571||1.5||W1|
|San Mig Coffee Mixers||4||3||0.571||1.5||W3|
|Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters||2||3||0.400||2.5||L1|
|Barangay Ginebra San Miguel||2||4||0.333||3||L1|
|GlobalPort Batang Pier||2||4||0.333||3||L3|
|Air 21 Express||1||5||0.167||4||L4|
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