2023 PBA Tournament of Champions – Stepladder 2 Finals

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31 Comments on “2023 PBA Tournament of Champions – Stepladder 2 Finals”

  1. Kimberly: “Does anybody call you Mr. 100?”
    TD: “Not anybody that I like.”
    **Robert Stone smirking**πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

  2. These have to be the most difficult lane conditions we’ve seen in a while on tv. They seem to missing more often too, I wonder why.

  3. That 9 pin to Stu was wrong and shaking its head saying β€œI’m not gonna fall” πŸ˜†

  4. Great sportsmanship by Via for giving Malott one last hurrah. I shedded a few tears when this happened.

    1. Via is a class act and a terrific bowler. I expect him to win many more titles in the coming years.

  5. These balls nowadays just destroy the oil on the lanes and mess up things so fast. But these guys are good regardless. I remember bowling in a tournament and thought I had a decent shot in practice, but by the middle of the first game I was lost, hang point and then became afraid to even get the ball on, and then early hook. I was lost and never even got close to figuring things out.

  6. 36:25 “Jakob, do you got a nickname?”
    “Yeah, uhhhh everybody on tour, they call me-”

    Yes…? Come on now Jakob, don’t leave us hangin’. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  7. My prediction is Malott is going to retire after this year.
    I say this as a guy who has back problems. Just going though a normal life is hard, but stepping up to a professional level? I hope I’m wrong. _…but I don’t think I am._

  8. Looks like Via is hanging up in the thumb hole a bit. I wonder which adjustment he’ll make to get out clean. It takes skill to know exactly how to get a good feel and a clean release. It’s a vital part of real bowling.

    1. It’s a vital part of commenting on bowling to notice that Chris Via is a 2-hander. As such, he does not even have a thumb hole in his balls. So your observation that he’s hanging up in the thumb hole? Stop smoking those magic mushrooms, or learn about bowling. 2-handers don’t use thumb holes.

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