Elite eye share of lead; Fuel Masters face faltering Bolts

/ 05:20 AM September 19, 2018

If there’s one team which took advantage of the two-week break, it should be NorthPort.

The PBA Governors’ Cup resumes on Wednesday after giving way to the Fiba World Cup 2019 Asian qualifiers, and the winless Batang Pier hope injuries have healed and import Rashad Woods  will fully integrate into their system.


How NorthPort translates its training into won games will be known when it tangles with unbeaten Blackwater at 4:30 p.m. at Smart Araneta Coliseum.

“We have to play consistent basketball, offensively and defensively, to beat NorthPorth,” said Blackwater coach Pido Jarencio.


The Elite are looking for a third win in as many games and a share of the lead with idle defending champion Barangay Ginebra.

In the 7 p.m. main game, Meralco tries to arrest a two-game skid against the Eugene Phelps-led Phoenix Fuel.

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