The Mahindra Floodbuster is scheduled for a head-to-head game against the Phoenix Petroleum Fuel Masters at 4:30 P.M. on May 21, 2017 in Mall of Asia Arena.
The last few tickets moving to the second round of the 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup are still for grabs. Both the Floodbusters and the Fuel Masters still has the chance to qualify in the quarterfinals.
One of the brightest players during the campaign of Gilas Pilipinas to win the 2017 SEABA Championships gold medal is Matthew Wright.
He was deadly in the three-point territory and finished second for the best percentage in the just concluded tourney.
Wright was even awarded twice as the PBA All-Stars Most Valuable Player in Mindanao and Luzon leg.
This time around he will be suiting up once again his Phoenix jersey as there are still more business to be taken care. One of which is to secure its slot in the quarterfinals round.
Coach Chris Gavina seems like he found the right chemistry for his team after trading its valuables.
Glenn Khobuntin and Eric Camson provide the needed energy for Mahindra as both players logged a very significant minutes in the court versus Blackwater Elite.
Khobuntin scored 15 points while Camson chipped in 9 points but most importantly his defense poured against Greg Smith.
Mahindra still has a slim chance for the next round as Alaska lost another game yesterday in their out-of-town game. All they need to do is to sweep their remaining two games and hope that Aces losing skid continues.