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Coach made his players run after a win as punishment for missing "easy layups"

The University of Perpetual Help has finally won a game against the Arellano University Chiefs. This was their first win after their three-game losing streak.

Some would assume that Atlas team members are in good spirits after this win but that is certainly no the case.

After the game inside the Filoil Flying V Arena, Atlas' Tonton Peralta and Jielo Razon were seen running and panting from baseline to baseline.

Their head coach Frankie Lim shared that he actually ordered both of his guards to do a round of suicides as a punishment.

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He simply said: "They missed layups, you can't miss easy layups,"

Lim and the rest of the team watched Peralta and Razon go through one suicide after another one after the game.

"We do it every day in practice. There is no reason for you to miss open layups, that is why I made them run," said their head coach.

The team is looking to extend their winning streak as they face the league-leading Lyceum Pirates this week on Friday. Hopefully, nobody will run suicides after that game.

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