The Mono Vampire edged out the San Miguel Alab Pilipinas, 111-76, on November 16, at the Stadium 29 in Bangkok Thailand.
Mono Vampire jumped to an early 23-point lead to finish the first half, 54-31. Mike Singletary led the way with 13 points and 7 rebounds heading to halftime.
Nick King led the struggling Alab Pilipinas, banking 21 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists—but not enough to stop the bleeding for Alab.
In the fourth quarter, local hotshots Freddie Lish and Teerawat Chanthachon aggravated the bleeding of Alab building the biggest lead of the game.
Multiple turnovers from the Alab Pilipinas caused the huge deficit since the first half which buried the team by 35 points in the end.
The Mono Vampire shot at 56% beyond the arc, draining 18 triples. Moses Morgan had a hot-streak from deep tallying four out of five three-point shots.
The Alab Pilipinas only put up 11 assists, a huge difference to Mono Vampire’s 23.
Mike Singletary paced the Mono Vampire with 19 points and 11 rebounds, and 4 assists. Ryan Watkins and Freddie Lish helped the cause with 13 markers each.
Lish only needs 3 points to achieve the 1,000-point milestone.
The San Miguel Alab Pilipinas will try to bounce back on November 27 8 PM (GMT +8), against the Macau Wolf Warriors at the Foshan Shishan Gymnasium in Macau.
The Mono Vampire will go up against the Formosa Dreamers on November 23, 3 PM (GMT +7) at the Stadium 29, Bangkok Thailand.