Monday, December 4, 2023


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PBA 3×3’s third leg of Season 3 Second Conference saw Triple Giga achieve their third consecutive victory, making them the first team to ever achieve a triple giga score in the league.


TNT made history by becoming the first team to achieve three consecutive wins in the PBA 3×3 during Leg 3 of the Season 3 Second Conference on Tuesday.

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The Triple Giga secured their third consecutive championship victory with a dominant 21-12 win over Cavitex, thanks to Almond Vosotros’ four two-point shots.

Mr. Vosotros ended the game with a total of 12 points and teamed up with Chester Saldua (four points and 11 rebounds), Ping Exciminiano (three points, five rebounds), and Gryann Mendoza (two points) to maintain the team’s winning streak.

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The Triple Giga took control of their 16th-century

The three-year-old division champion emerged victorious, earning a cash prize of P100,000 and serving as a great early birthday present for Coach Mau Belen.

Mr. Saldua expressed his joy at achieving a three-peat victory, calling it a first for the franchise and a great honor to be a part of.

The Triple Giga pulled ahead from a tied score of 6-6 with a strong 11-3 run that was led by Mr. Vosotros and ended with a powerful two-point shot. From that point on, TNT easily maintained their dominance over Cavitex, the team they previously beat in the final match of Leg 1, with a score of 18-16.

Although they did not achieve their desired goal, Cavitex’s Marion Magat (6), Ken Ighalo (4), Tonino Gonzaga (1), and Bong Galanza (1) were able to help the Braves recover from their disappointing seventh place ranking last week.

TNT and Cavitex organized a final celebration following their victories against Pioneer (21-18) and Meralco (21-19) in the semifinals.

The Bolts’ Joseph Sedurifa, Jeff Manday, Reymar Caduyac, and substitute JJ Manlangit clinched the third spot with a prize of P30,000 by defeating the Katibays with a score of 21-16.