The Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok is scheduled for a head-to-head game against the NLEX Roard Warriors at 6:45 P.M. on November 10, 2019 live from the Ynares Center in the City of Antipolo.
The Road Warriors wanted to hang on to their current position in the standings while the Hotshots will try to snag a twice-to-beat incentive when the 2019 PBA Governors Cup resumes in Ynares Center this evening.
When NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao learned that Manny Harris is available to be hired as an import, the fiery coach didn’t hesitate to take the gamble and replaced Olu Ashalou who helped them win four games this conference.
That risky move of Guiao is now starting to produce dividends as the Road Warriors still undefeated after Harris added to its roster.
Harris who is indeed a scoring machine converted the PBA floors as his playground. The former LA Lakers player is currently averaging 42.5 points a game.
“I hope we can hold on to it as long as we can. Ang importante sa amin, maka-Top Four kami para may twice-to-beat advantage,” said Guiao. “That’s really the purpose. We never dreamed of No. 1, but if it’s there, we will take it, of course.”
For Magnolia on the other hand, Chris Banchero seems comfortable with his new team as after he delivered 10 points, five rebounds and three assists for Magnolia.
Yet, the Hotshots still below the top-four teams and the best record they can do is to finish at 7-4.