Kamao tries to regain winning ways

COMING off a tough loss to the Judiciary Magis last time, the Palace’s basketball team Malacañang-PSC Kamao looks to regain its winning ways in the UNTV Cup Season 6 this Sunday when it takes on the Ombudsman Graft Busters at 2 p.m.

Though still having the best record in the league, 4-1, the Kamao wants to improve on their performance every game. 

“Siguro, as a coach, sa akin magsisimula ‘yun. I need to start siguro ibahin ang approach sa practice plan. Nandito na tayo sa middle ng season going to the next round, medyo malalakas na ‘yung kalaban. Hindi puwede na mag-slow start kami. I need to address that problem,” Coach Luie Gonzales said.

Malacañang-PSC Kamao’s Narayan Das Javier (30) and Eric Dela Cuesta (21) try to stop DA Food Masters’ Julito Comerciase from scoring in the UNTV Cup Season 6.
On the other hand, the winless Ombudsman Graft Busters have yet to figure out how to overcome their challenges as a team. 

Former professional basketball player Noynoy Falcasantos has not seen action yet for the Graft Busters, who were just relying to their organic players like Lumague, Lasam, Palacio, Baldonado and others. 

In their previous battle, Ombudsman bowed to the PDEA Drug Busters by a huge 32 points, 109-77.

In the second game of a triple-header, the Senate Defenders will face the DoH Health Achievers at 3:30 p.m. 

The Senate basketball team (3-1) is coming off a sweet victory over the defending champions PNP Responders (3-1) in a game, where Jeffry Sanders, Harley Ng, Marlon Legaspi and Garry Sevilla led the team.

The Health Achievers (1-3) badly need to win to improve their record , especially after coming from a 10-point loss to the GSIS Furies.

In the main game, the Judiciary Magis will try to stretch its winning streak as they face the Jimwell Torion-led DA Food Masters at 5 p.m.

Games on Sunday

 (Pasig City Sports Center)

2 p.m. Malacañang-PSC vs 


3:30 p.m. Senate vs DOH

5 p.m. Judiciary vs DA

Topics: UNTV Cup Season 6
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