The most intimidating fans
With 10 seconds remaining in the third period, Koga found Enguio on a backdoor cut, lobbing the ball for the 6-foot-1 Enguio to slam it home to the delight of the home crowd.
The loss spoiled the return of Aaron Black for the Capitals as the former Ateneo guard finished with 21 points, seven rebounds and nine assists.
Loud, raucous and intimately in love with their team, Flames fans are able to literally light a fire under their boys while striking a bit of fear into the hearts of their opponents.
At the end of the day, the cream of the crop will always rise, no matter how loud, wild or relentless a crowd can be on any given night.
Caps fans have proven that they know how to party, make a ton of noise and instill fear in the hearts of their opponents.
Between the Shark head and the antics of their mascot, S.
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Over the years, several NHL fanbases have established themselves as clear-cut heavy hitters when it comes to "bringing the noise" on game day.
But there's no denying that as an opposing player, stepping out on the ice to the sound of tens of thousands of rowdy fans simultaneously hissing at you while making the ground shake as the home team steps out on the ice can shake a psyche and rattle even the most stable athletes to their core.
More than a year removed from a finals appearance in the inaugural season, the Muntinlupa Cagers have found themselves in an early rut in the Lakan Season with a lineup weakened by departures of four of their five starters.
But the sparse crowd that showed up for the duel against the streaking Quezon City Capitals witnessed something rare even from previous iterations of the Cagers.
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“I know it’s been a struggle for us this season, but I’m just thankful that our supporters are still here with us,” an emotional Koga addressed the crowd after the game.