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IT&E forces series-clinching Game 3

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In Game 2 of this year's PABL Championship Series between the IT&E Sr. Nationals and the MVP Stars at the St. John's Gym, Deandre Walker with the bucket for the Sr. Nationals, who entered the game down 0-1 in the best-of-three series. J.P Cruz banging out the deep ball for the Stars.

Jine-Ho Han hit for 2 of his 16 in the game on a pullup jumper from the free throw line. The IT&E Sr. Nationals even the series at 1 game a piece with the 99-97 win forcing tiebreaker Game 3.  Leading the way for the MVP Stars was Cruz, who put up 45. Walker hit for 30.

Game 3 is set for Sunday at the St. John's Gym at 2pm in the afternoon.

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