In the words of the Incredible Hulk, you wouldn't like Robert Bolick when he's angry.
Following a loss to the Lyceum Pirates in their recent NCAA Finals rematch, the San Beda Red Lions unleashed their wrath on the Arellano Chiefs, 98-79, behind Bolick's historic 50-point outing, interestingly on Kobe Bryant's 40th birthday. He went 18-of-25 from the field—five treys, a perfect 9-of-9 from the free-throw line—and became unconscious in the second half with 37 points.
Bolick broke JRU Heavy Bomber John Wilson's 2009 final boxscore of 48 in the NCAA's modern Final Four era—he was five points short of Lim Eng Beng's record of 55. His scoring display also overshadowed an earlier basketball feat, courtesy of the first player to register a triple-double in back-to-back games, Bong Quinto (11 pts 10 reb 11 ast vs EAC) of the Letran Knights.
Such ridiculous performance from the former De La Salle Green Archers benchwarmer caused Twitter to blow up: