NLEX mentor Yeng Guiao and Poy Erram denied theories via web-based networking media that the two had a dropping out which prompted the forthcoming exchange that will send Erram to TNT.
Guiao on Wednesday said he and Erram have a decent relationship and there was never any dropping out that prompted the exchange.
Erram is set to be moved to TNT as a major aspect of a three-group manage Blackwater as the channel. The PBA Commissioner’s Office has requested corrections to the exchange that included Anthony Semerad, Ed Daquioag, and Marion Magat.
With the arrangement still not settled, Erram keeps on going to NLEX rehearses just as tune-up games. He was available in the Road Warriors’ success over Alaska in the Phoenix Super Basketball Tourney yet Erram didn’t play.
Erram likewise said there was no battle among him and Guiao.
Erram said he is content with his NLEX partners as the Road Warriors have been buckling down in the number one spot up to the 2020 PBA Philippine Cup, realizing that the group get an opportunity to win the gathering crown.