It was a hazard NLEX needs to take in the event that it is to swarm any semblance of San Miguel, TnT Katropa, and Barangay Ginebra for the PBA Governors Cup title.
That, fundamentally, was the explanation for the Road Warriors’ bet to supplant old-hand Olu Ashaolu with exceptionally touted Manny Harris regardless of bringing a triumphant record part of the way through the group’s disposal round crusade.
NLEX mentor Yeng Guiao said Olu isn’t generally doing awful, having guided the group to a 4-1 record before the executives chose to release him for the 30-year-old Harris.
Guiao didn’t explicitly make reference to any names, in spite of the fact that he was clearly alluding to any semblance of KJ McDaniels of TnT Katropa, San Miguel’s Dezmine Wells, Barangay Ginebra’s old dependable Justine Brownlee, Meralco’s double cross Best Import Allen Durham, and Romeo Travis of safeguarding champion Magnolia.
The NLEX mentor conceded Harris, who recently played with Cleveland, LA Lakers, and Dallas in the NBA, has been in the group’s radar for quite a while now.
Notwithstanding having not played over the most recent a half year, Harris still didn’t disillusion, contributing 45, five bounce back, and four helps while shooting 15-of-28 from the field in the success over Columbian.
Guiao was satisfied to see the bet result, at any rate for the present.