As the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup Finals goes to a Game 7, Allen Durham could only look back on the decision he made to return to the country to once again play for Meralco and complete what he regarded as unfinished business.
“This is why I came back. I came back to have another opportunity at it. We were so close last year and we’re in the same situation now,” said Durham on the heels of the Bolts’ 98-91 Game 6 victory on Wednesday to force the winner-take-all tussle.
In danger of losing the title in six games again, Meralco came out just as it should and clobbered Ginebra from start to finish to keep its championship hopes alive.
“I think everybody is focused, and everybody knows how significant Game 7 is and all we got to do is to perform. We’re gonna come out just as strong, but we got to play it for 48 minutes. After 48 minutes, we’ll be PBA champs.”