No need to panic just yet as Ginebra still regaining deadly form, says Brownlee
Justin Brownlee’s big night built with 44 points, on top of 10 rebounds, and 7 assists, went to drain Wednesday night after Ginebra falls to Blackwater in its PBA Commissioner’s Cup debut.
With Brownlee’s former San Miguel Alab Pilipinas teammate Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. taking over in overtime, the Gin Kings bowed to the gutsy Elite by just a hair, 107-108.
“Just got to give Blackwater a lot of credit. Give a lot of credit to Alex Stepheson, Bobby Ray Parks, Mac Belo. Just giving them props, they played us great tonight, really came out moving the ball well and they made big shots,” Brownlee said after the loss.
But even with a rough start into the tilt, Brownlee isn’t pushing the panic button just yet.
“I think we can take some positives from tonight’s game. Just try to get back to our form and re-establish ourselves. I think that’s the big thing for us, we just got to take the positive from tonight’s game,” said the reigning Best Import.