RAIN or Shine mentor Caloy Garcia is feeling a feeling of disappointment that Richard Ross couldn’t come in early enough for the group in the PBA Governors’ Cup.
The Elastopainters’ fourth import of the meeting has demonstrated to be a guardian, helping the group win consecutive games and remain alive in the chase for quarterfinal spots.
On Sunday, Ross had another great appearing by scoring a gathering high 26 points and snatching 12 bounce back in the Elastopainters’ 83-81 win over Meralco.
Garcia said Rain or Shine has consistently been looking for an import who can supplement the play of nearby players, rather than putting a great deal of weight on certifications.
Ross likewise feels he fits directly in at Rain or Shine despite the fact that he came in late this meeting.
Rain or Shine’s season isn’t over as the success opened the probability of a season finisher for No. 8 for the Elastopainters. This early however, Garcia is looking past this competition as he trusts Ross will be accessible to play for the group later on.