GlobalPort veteran Joseph Yeo has bemoaned his side's inability to take their opportunities during their semi-final series against Alaska.
Alaska currently lead the best-of-seven series 3-1, having impressed with their team ethic throughout the season.
Whilst GlobalPort has arguably the two best players in the division in Terrence Romeo and Stanley Pringle, their star duo has been unable to impose themselves on any of the matches.
"It should be me, [Keith] Jensen, Jay Washington [but] we just couldn't deliver," Yeo said after he finished with 3-of-7 when shooting from the field.
Romeo and Pringle scored nearly half of GlobalPort’s output in Sunday's 109-84 loss. They were thoroughly outclassed by Aces forward Calvin Abueva, who impressed with 31 fast break points on the night.
"Basketball looks so easy to them, they go on fast breaks while we go for more one-on-one plays," Yeo continued
"Their experience and depth was a big factor, Cyrus [Baguio] played in the second half," Yeo said.
"You see their depth, anyone can deliver, we don't know who to defend, unlike us who’s very predictable because you know who gets the ball."