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History in Philippine Arena up for grabs in Game 7 of PBA Governor's Cup Finals

Mark Caguioa of Brgy.Ginebra makes a move against Meralco Bolts import Allen Durham in Game 6 of the PBA Governors Cup Finals.
By Michael Joseph Romero

THE stage is set for history on Friday.

Brgy .Ginebra San Miguel and the Meralco Bolts will face each other for a covenant milestone for each team.

Brgy.Ginebra San Miguel will try to defend their precious crown again in Game 7 against a worthy opponent in the Meralco Bolts.

Here are the pointers to watch out ahead of Game 7.

Injured players
Sol Mercado until now is unsure if he is going to be used by Brgy. GinebraHis court presence was missed in Game 6.

Ranidel de Ocampo was supposed to be a huge boost in the Meralco Bolts in their quest for that first championship. Sad to say that due to his calf injury, he will not play in Game 7.

The X Factor in this Do or Die game 
Reynel Hugnatan played his hearts out in their last two games. "Oldies but goodies," they may say, but he still provides good offense and defense against Brgy. Ginebra.

Kevin Ferrer is a hardworking player who provides instant offense from the bench. He also provides a glue like defense to his opponents to shut them in their offensive mode. 

Making History in the Philippine Arena 
Coach Tim Cone is going for his 20th Championship and second for Brgy .Ginebra.

Coach Norman Black is going for his 12th Championship and first for the Meralco Bolts.

Tony Nepomuceno
The gate attendance in Game 5.

The gate attendance in Game 6.

This will be the first time that a PBA team will be crowned champion inside the Philippine Arena, and a crowd even larger than that of Game 6 is expected.

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