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.