AS the misfortunes heap up for Phoenix, so does the troubles.
The Fuel Masters missed the full help of primary man Matthew Wright on Sunday in what the group suspects could be an instance of plantar fasciitis.
The Fil-Canadian heavy armament specialist was played sparingly by mentor Louie Alas and held to only four of every a 94-111 thrashing on account of Meralco in their PBA Governors Cup game at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Wright is set to experience MRI test on Monday to mind the degree of the damage.
Wright was the most recent to go down with damage for Phoenix, which was additionally without veteran JC Intal and gatekeeper Alex Mallari, who sprained his lower leg against the Bolts.
The misfortune was the second in a row for the Fuel Masters, who tumbled to a 1-4 record.
Oh said Wright as of now grumbling about an agony in his foot during training at the eve of the game against Meralco.
“Bother game arrangement kami, hindi ko na siya ginamit kasi may kinu-grumble na siya doon sa PT namin,” Alas said.
Wright seemed prepared to play against the Bolts, yet then felt something on his foot again while heating up.
The Gilas Pilipinas stalwart attempted to play through the torment, yet was taken out by Alas after simply playing for three minutes.
Wright still figured out how to play for 15 minutes however clearly felt some kind of problem with his foot as he shot 1-of-10 from the field, including 0-of-3 from three-point run.