ROS climbed to 6-1 and is now in the middle of a four-game winning streak. Phoenix dropped to 5-1 with its first loss of the year after a franchise-best start.
San Miguel-Magnolia and Phoenix-Rain or Shine for the biggest game day of 2019 so far.
That’s back-to-back wins for the Ginebra Gin Kings in the Philippine Cup.
The NLEX Road Warriors showed their support for Kevin Alas, who tore his right ACL once again, by wearing special patches.
James Yap’s effective scoring for Rain or Shine continued, firing 19 points on 60 percent shooting from the field Friday against Northport.
Saturday at Davao del Sur, Ginebra can take another step towards the right direction as the Gin Kings battle a struggling Blackwater side.
Lion pride was front and center on Friday at the MOA Arena as Javee Mocon and Robert Bolick went at it for the first time in the PBA.
When Rain or Shine drafted Rey Nambatac, the former Letran Knight was to be groomed as the team’s point guard of the future.
Down 97-100 with less than four minutes to go after Stanley Pringle drilled a booming three for the Batang Pier, ROS came back to score the game’s final 10 points for the win.
Phoenix's latest win just so happened to have more meaning for Alex Mallari