Garcia says adaptation now main concern of new-look ROS

Coach Caloy Garcia says Maverick Ahanmisi's consistency could be key for ROS in the long run. PBA
By Ivan Saldajeno

PASAY--Coach Caloy Garcia said on Sunday night that he might be sticking with the Rain Or Shine lineup that he has right now for the rest of the PBA Governors' Cup.

"I think [the player movement is] done for this conference depending on how they play," Garcia told a couple of reporters at the Mall of Asia Arena.

The Elasto Painters, who featured new import J'Nathan Bullock and locals Mark Borboran and Ed Daquioag, acquired through separate trades on Monday, walked away 94-86 winners over the Kia Picanto.

All that matters now, according to Garcia, is on how they will gel as a team.

"It's just more on them adjusting to what we want in our offense. The others are still struggling. [Yung kay] Maverick [Ahanmisi], consistency na lang. It's just adapting to the system kasi nasanay na kami before sa system ni Coach Yeng [Guiao]," Garcia further said.

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