Yeng Guiao says misfortune to NorthPort an auspicious rude awakening for NLEX

IT was one misfortune that would profit NLEX over the long haul.

Despite the fact that mentor Yeng Guiao lamented the Road Warriors’ 102-94 difficulty against NorthPort that finished their series of wins in the PBA Governors Cup, he said there’s a great deal of things to gain from the group’s second misfortune in 10 excursions.

NLEX is presently tied with Meralco for the top spot making a beeline for the last seven day stretch of the disposals.

The Road Warriors drove by upwards of 15 points from the get-go in the game, yet were outflanked by the Batang Pier in the second half as an establishment best five-game winning run reached a conclusion.

Beneficial thing, NLEX is as of now guaranteed of in any event a Top Four completion and twice-to-beat motivating force in the end of the season games.

Guiao said the Road Warriors still get an opportunity at completing at No. 1 toward the finish of the disposals, which would be a record for the establishment.

The Road Warriors can officially secured the top seed with a success over the Alaska Aces in their last excursion.

That remaining parts the objective of the group, he included.


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