A DARK cloud covered San Miguel and its mission for a stupendous pummel season after word turned out that import Dez Wells got into a battle with partners Arwind Santos and Ronald Tubid during a scrimmage practically speaking on Sunday.
Various observes exposed emotions began to flare when Santos set a hard pick that thumped Wells to the floor in the warmth of the Beermen’s scrimmage at The Upper Deck Sports Center in Pasig City.
Albeit cooler heads figured out how to isolate Wells and Santos, witnesses asserted Tubid, a great companion of Santos, punched Wells before long.
In the warmth of the upheaval, SMB enormous man Kelly Nabong punched Tubid before request was at long last reestablished, a source included.
The battle demolished a planned group festivity for five-time PBA MVP June Mar Fajardo, who turned 30 on Sunday.
Witnesses said fans who were permitted to watch practice were approached to leave the premises as group authorities dealt with the wreckage.
San Miguel authorities presently can’t seem to react to demands for input on the episode, in spite of the fact that sources said the board has booked a group meeting later in the day.
All things considered, insiders uncovered an uneasy harmony in the Beermen camp since Wells went down with a lower leg damage in an October 27 game against Meralco that constrained him to sit out for a significant lot.
The high-scoring Wells rejoined the group by and by on the eve of a game against Blackwater on November 6 however bafflingly passed on the match, fuelling theories.
The Beermen got an import substitution in John Holland who neglected to dazzle in a 91-85 misfortune to Rain or Shine last November 9 in Cebu City.
That ought to clarify why Wells is still here, in spite of the fact that the battle is relied upon to augment an effectively enormous hole between the showy import and his nearby colleagues.
The uproar throws a foreboding shadow of vulnerability on the status of Wells just as the Beermen’s offered to finish the subsequent excellent hammer in establishment history.
The Beermen are through to the PBA Governors’ Cup quarterfinals and looking for a twice-to-beat advantage in front of their last match against rival TnT Katropa on Wednesday.