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PBA on Tour: Sean Anthony carries NLEX past NorthPort

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NLEX’s Sean Anthony in the PBA on Tour. -PBA IMAGES

Sean Anthony scored 10 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter as NLEX pulled away to defeat NorthPort, 95-87, in the PBA On Tour on Wednesday inside the campus of University of Santo Tomas.

Anthony’s key baskets and defensive plays helped the Road Warriors take control of the contest and take the match held at UST Quadricentennial Pavilion. He also had eight rebounds and three steals.

“We have different players putting up big games for us. And with that we should be more consistent,” said coach Frankie Lim.

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NLEX now has a 3-4 record after winning its last two outings.

Five others scored in double figures, with Clint Doliguez and Kris Rosales posting 13 and 12 points.

But it was Anthony who stepped up for NLEX, continuing his return to form after dealing with an ankle injury while with Phoenix in 2021.

NorthPort lost two straight despite making things close following a comeback in the third quarter to go 3-4.

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Paul Zamar finished with 22 points, nine rebounds and six assists for the Batang Pier in the defeat.

The scores:

NLEX 95—Anthony 25, Doliguez 14, Rosales 13, Trollano 12, Alas 11, Adamos 10, Pascual 6, Guissani 2, Nieto 2, Paniamogan 0.

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NORTHPORT 87—Zamar 22, Calma 17, Ayaay 13, Tolentino 9, Santos 7, Munzon 6, Yu 6, Salado 3, Balagasay 2, Gabriel 2, Comboy 0, Bauzon 0.

Quarters: 23-24, 52-44, 67-66, 95-87.

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