Dominant Sarr a sight to see for Adamson fan Justin Brownlee

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The two-time PBA champion with the Gin Kings was with his agent Sunday at the Big Dome, taking time to watch the UAAP Season 80 showdown between the Adamson Falcons and the UP Fighting Maroons.

For the first time in quite a while, Justin Brownlee was at the Araneta Coliseum and he didn’t have to drain multiple clutch shots to save Brgy. Ginebra from trouble.

The two-time PBA champion with the Gin Kings was with his agent Sunday at the Big Dome, taking time to watch the UAAP Season 80 showdown between the Adamson Falcons and the UP Fighting Maroons.

And just like in the pros, Brownlee walked away from the Big Dome with a win as the Falcons locked up the no. 3 seed by handing the Maroons a sound beating.

You see, Brownlee is a fan of the Falcons. There is legit connection here but we’ll let you, our readers, figure it out.

“I’m actually a fan of Adamson and Papi,” Brownlee said, talking about Franz Pumaren’s crew and Papi Sarr in particular.

With a crucial game at hand, Adamson played like a true Final Four team and Sarr didn’t disappoint.

The towering reinforcement was good for 25 points and 17 rebounds in the Falcons’ statement victory.

Brownlee was impressed, of course.

“I like him [Papi] as a player. I think he’s an incredible rebounder and when he gets the ball around the basket, you might as well say it’s two points,” the Ginebra import said.

While it wasn’t the first time Brownlee watched a Philippine collegiate game live, he still marveled at the incredible atmosphere the games have.

“Comparing to the US, it’s a lot similar. The college atmosphere, for me it’s a lot of excitement especially with the band playing and the fans they get really into it,” he said.

“I’m familiar with it and it’s exciting,” Brownlee added.

 

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