Tim Cone, Brgy. Ginebra expect a lot more physicality in Game 2 as San Miguel tries to even series

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A proper mindset would keep the Barangay Ginebra Kings calm, and that could give them a chance to make it two in a row in the PBA Commissioner Cup finals.

That’s what in coach Tim Cone’s mind ahead of Game Two of their best-of-seven title showdown with the San Miguel Beermen at the Smart Araneta Coliseum Sunday.

“It’s about mindset. We know they will make adjustments. We should not panic. We have to stay calm as we go along,” said Cone as they brace for SMB’s strong fightback from a 99-127 rout in the series opener Friday.

“But we’re not coming out doing the same thing either. We’ll try to continue keeping them off balance,” Cone added.

The Kings played an awesome game spearheaded by Justin Brownlee’s 42 points as they pulled off Ginebra’s biggest win in PBA finals in 11 years.