WITH Rey Pandoro hitting his mark from the perimeter, AACI Transport routed JSY Transport, 99-83, while Huminova Tigers bounced back from a lethargic first half to tame Basecom, 92-85, in the latest match-ups of the Fil-Sino All Asian Countertrade 2nd Conference Inter-Color Basketball at the Bacolod Tay Tung High School Po Hang gym.

Pandoro's sweet shooting hands earned him 24 points in the game while Julius Teruel tallied 20 points as the duo played a major role in giving AACI Transport its second victory.

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Backing them up were Jolly Castillo who went 6 of 7 from the field to finish with 14 points, while Daniel Chiu contributed 11 points, Mark Binguan and Mic Mic Germudo scored had 8 points each.

With its frontcourt men mission in action, JSY was left trailing AACI all night, failing to cut the lead below single digit from the second quarter onwards after getting off to a good start in the opening quarter.

Garret Tabanao and Vincent Tan combined their efforts to deliver the points for JSY, but they were not enough to stop AACI from registering its second win in as many start.

Compounding JSY's woes were the shooting accuracy of ACCI trio Teruel, Pandoro and Castillo who spread the points among themselves in the second quarter.

Stephen Tan's back-to-back triple and JB Baylosis' drives cut the lead at halftime 53-39.

But the second half belonged to AACI as Teruel and Pandoro remained hot to extend the lead to 79-49, even as Tabanao and Dr. Chico Coruña combined for 14 points for JSY.

Baylosis, a 9th round pick in the draft led JSY with 24 points while Tabanao finished with 19 markers and Vincent Tan added 14 points.

In the second game, after training Basecom 33-37 a the half, Huminova Tigers got its bearing going in the third canto, opening the quarter with 18 of its first 20 points from the three-point arc.

Joshua Chua led the surge with three triples while Deonyson hit a couple of trey for the Tigers.

Stanley Bontigao and Albert Li valiantly tried to spark a rally for Basecom but the Tigers countered with the trio of Mark Antonio, RB Chua, and Bobby Yap to protect the Tigers' lead.

Antonio led four other Tigers who finished in double figures as he scored 22 points in the game, while Bobby Yap tallied 15 points, RB Chua chipped in 14, Joshua Chua added 12, and Richard Co, 10 points.

Five players of Basecom also scored in double digits led by Bontigao with 26 points, Vincent Javelosa and Albert Li registering an identical 11 points, Brian Tan and Ton Ton Chua with 10 points each, and Jordan Chua, 8 points.