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NCAA: Altas guards run suicides for missing easy layups in win over Arellano

/ 07:37 PM September 18, 2018

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The final buzzer had sounded but University of Perpetual Help coach Frankie Lim still had one final instruction for a couple of his players.

Even after a convincing win over the Chiefs, Lim still made guards Jielo Razon and Tonton Peralta to run suicides for committing a cardinal sin.

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READ: NCAA: Altas shut down Chiefs, snap 3-game skid

“You can’t miss easy layups,” said Lim.

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Lim, who is in his first season at the Altas’ helm, said the players get penalized for the same mistake even in practice.

“We do it everyday in practice. It’s a must. there’s no reason for you to miss an open layup that’s why I made it run,” he said.

Peralta scored 10 points and had three assists while Razon had nine points and seven rebounds to help Perpetual Help rip Arellano, 57-45.

READ: Return to coaching a blessing for Frankie Lim

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The Altas stopped a three-game skid but they’re going to have their work cut out for them on Friday against the undefeated Lyceum Pirates.

“[They’re the] strongest team. We’ll try to make adjustments and we’ll see what we can do.”

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