NLEX aims to reach next level

AFTER failing to get past the quarterfinals the past conferences the NLEX Road Warriors are looking to veteran coach Yeng Guiao to led them to the next level in the Philippine Basketball Association.

With Guiao leaving the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters just several days ago, the Road Warriors are already pondering the future they will have under the fiery tactician.

NLEX governor Mon Fernandez expressed his vote of confidence for the team’s new man at the helm.

He believes that the impact of the seven-time PBA champion coach will be felt right away by the Road Warriors.

“With his championship experience and passion for the sport, we are certain that Coach Yeng (Guiao) will take our team to another level,” he said.

Aside from his contributions on the court, Fernandez said that they are looking for Guiao to also make a solid impact off the playing court.

“We look forward to a very fruitful partnership with Coach Yeng, not only in the field of basketball but also in the socio-economic initiatives of our company,” said Fernandez adding that Guiao will also be active in the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.

Meanwhile, Meralco is looking to go ahead 2-0 in its best-of-seven championship series against Barangay Ginebra in the 2016 Philippine Basketball Association Governors’ Cup.

Meralco Bolts import Allen Durham (in white) tries to dribble past Barangay Ginebra counterpart Justin Brownlee (32). The Bolts and the Gin Kings are battling for the championship of the 2016 PBA Governors’ Cup.
Game 2 is being played as of press time with the Bolts trying to post a 2-0 lead while the Gin Kings are looking to equalize and avoid falling into a huge hole.

Topics: NLEX Road Warriors , Coach Yeng Guiao , PBA
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