The Magnolia Hotshots are staying with the man who guided them to the highest point of the PBA Governors’ Cup a year ago.
Mentor Chito Victolero said there is no arrangement right now to search for a swap for harmed import Romeo Travis, who avoided the group’s down Wednesday night against Blackwater at the Ynares Center.
The Hotshots set up a courageous battle playing with an all-Filipino team, however the Elite and Marqus Blakely demonstrated a lot as they pulled off a 95-89 win.
Romeo is averaging 22.6 focuses, 10.6 bounce back, and 5.0 helps for the Hotshots, who tumbled to an even 3-3 card with their second in a row misfortune.
In any case, by Thursday, Victolero said Travis could begin rehearsing with the group.
Romeo was in uniform during the game yet remained on the seat.
Victolero, however, expects Travis, who sprained his lower leg in the group’s 90-89 misfortune to San Miguel a week ago, to suit up Sunday when the supreme bosses face Barangay Ginebra.