Casio 'like a coach,' says Compton | Inquirer Sports

Casio ‘like a coach,’ says Compton

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 08:17 AM June 06, 2015

Alaska guard JVee Casio eludes the defense of Kia’s Joshua Webb with the help of import Romeo Travis. PBA IMAGE

Alaska guard JVee Casio eludes the defense of Kia’s Joshua Webb with the help of import Romeo Travis. PBA IMAGE

For Alaska head coach Alex Compton, having a point guard who thinks like a coach like JVee Casio is a positive thing for them.

Even if his realization came off a humiliating loss.

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“It’s a huge thing for us when our point guard thinks and speaks like a coach,” Compton said Friday after they sent KIA into oblivion, 101-63.

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Compton saw his Aces lose a 13-point lead, 77-64, in the third quarter en route to a 113-102 loss against NLEX on Tuesday.

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He said Casio talked to him and said things which he “thought are true.”

“He said, he felt we relaxed after we went up by 13,” Compton said. “NLEX didn’t stop, they deserved to win.”

READ: PBA: NLEX snaps skid, trips Alaska

It wasn’t the action on the court that got the better of Alaska, even the marks on the coaches’ white boards were not on his side.

Compton admitted NLEX head coach Boyet Fernandez was the better tactician on Tuesday.

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“Coach Boyet out-coached me. We didn’t adjust quick enough on their adjustments. When you give up 113 points, it’s the coach’s fault.” IDL

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