The Elasto Painters are looking for a three-game winning streak and improve its chances to make it to the next round while the Dyip continue to figure out how to crack their first victory this 2018 PBA Governors’ Cup.
Columbian Dyip are currently on it ninth-game losing skid and 23 overall in the Governors’ Cup. Though on paper it seems they’re easily to beat but coach Rain or Shine coach Caloy Garcia sees the opposite.
“Their record does not reflect the improvement they have had in their last few games. There’s no room for complacency on our part.”
In the past two conferences when the Elasto Painters were on a winning streak, the Columbian Dyip were there to put them in full stop. Coincidentally, this is the case for Rain or Shine.
After their 0-4 start, coach Caloy Garcia and his wards are now enjoying a two-game winning streak.
“They have this defensive energy that, if you’re not careful, would cause you trouble,” noted Garcia.
“And they also have a dynamic backcourt, not to mention their import,” added Garcia, referring to Jerramy King, Rashawn McCarthy and Akeem Wright.