IAN Sangalang props for the intense fights ahead as Magnolia bunches wins to begin its title protection in the PBA Governors’ Cup.
With Sangalang driving the charge, the Hotshots acquired their third straight triumph in the wake of beating Alaska, 95-90, on Sunday at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. Sangalang said he regarded this game as a significant one, despite the fact that they confronted a winless squad in Alaska, which tumbled to its fifth misfortune with the annihilation against Magnolia on Sunday.
Sangalang’s mentality against Alaska appeared in the detail sheet as he scored nine of his 19 points in the final quarter to help Magnolia in the triumph.
For Sangalang, the genuine test for the Hotshots lie in the coming stretch of games where their enemy will be Grand Slam-chasing San Miguel on Friday as he will be hollowed against five-time MVP June Mar Fajardo just because this meeting.
The Hotshots played against their adversaries from a year ago’s Governors’ Cup finals which they won in six games against the Mike Harris-drove Aces. As they shield their crown, Sangalang said he is additionally mindful so as not to put an excess of weight this gathering.
In their readiness for their game against San Miguel, Sangalang trusts that its recognition with Magnolia inhabitant import Romeo Travis will pay profits against the Beermen, who are as yet unbeaten in three games after their game in Dubai.