Four squads mix it up for final 4 berths

/ 02:53 AM November 27, 2016

BaliPure vs UST_5679 - kungfu reyes

Unlike other teams with “overwhelming imports,” RC Cola-Army’s coach Kungfu Reyes rued that it’s their locals who have been carrying their imports so far.


Reyes said Hailie Ripley and Kierra Holst can’t carry the locals by themselves and so they’re working up a plan to make it the other way around.

“Other teams have imports who are overwhelming, but skills-wise maybe some of my locals are better,” said Reyes.


Reyes was referring to “super imports” like Lindsay Stalzer and Ariel Usher of league leader Foton and Stephanie Niemer of No. 2 Petron.

RC Cola-Army hopes to work that one out when it takes on Generika at 5 p.m. in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix today at Philsports Arena.

F2 Logistics and Cignal slug it out at 7 p.m.

The winners will join Petron and Foton in the semifinals.  —MARC ANTHONY REYES

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