TROY Rosario was scolded by TNT mentors for his resistance. He reacted with a late show on protection.
The Gilas Pilipinas pillar scored 17 of his 22 points in the final quarter, helping the KaTropa draw off a 103-100 win over a courageous NorthPort side and remain unbeaten through five games in the PBA Governors Cup.
The TNT forward said he willingly volunteered to take over on offense in the wake of getting an earful from the training staff about his protective omissions.
Rosario did only that, hanging six straight indicates that cut TNT’s shortage one point, 84-83. He later emptied a three-pointer that ended up being the negligible crate with 1:06 left, 101-100.
Regardless of the success, the previous National University star is stressed over his protective weaknesses just as the group resistance of TNT, which has surrendered 100 points or more in everything except one game in the Governors’ Cup.