The 6-foot-8 White scattered 24 points as the Enforcer clinched franchise-best sixth win in eight games en route to booking an outright playoff berth.
“We’re just thankful for this opportunity and we’re still going to keep building off of it,” said White after stunning another championship contender TNT, 107-104 on Friday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
White and the Enforcer included erstwhile unbeaten Katropa to their growing list of victims in the season-ending conference.
Other powerhouse squads Mahindra defeated this conference included San Miguel, Alaska and 2014 Grand Slam champion Star.
But for the Georgia Tech standout, maximizing every possession allowed them to accomplish their mission in beating the Katropa, a feat that six others teams failed to do this conference so far.
“We’re just having fun from it (winning),” he said. “We just got to have fun with it and enjoy the moment.”
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