The Nueva Ecija Rice Vanguards is scheduled for a head-to-head game against the General Santos Warriors at 6:30 P.M. on February 12, 2020 live from the Caloocan Sports Complex, Caloocan City.
CHOOKS-TO-GO MPBL LAKAN SEASON 2020 LIVE! NUEVA ECIJA RICE VANGUARDS vs GENERAL SANTOS WARRIORS BURLINGTON
CHOOKS-TO-GO MPBL LAKAN SEASON 2020 LIVE! FEBRUARY 12, 2020 CALOOCAN SPORTS COMPLEX 3rd Game: NUEVA ECIJA RICE VANGUARDS vs GENERAL SANTOS WARRIORS BURLINGTON Live in ABS-CBN Sports+Action Channel 23 and LIGA channel Facebook Livestreaming Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Catch the games also in iWant Sports app. See other schedules and statistics here http://mpbl.web.geniussports.com/ Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @officialmpbl #ManokNgBayan #ChooksMPBL #LigaNgBawatPilipinoPosted by Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League on Wednesday, February 12, 2020
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The Rice Vanguards will try to make a bounce-back to make a quick return to winning tracks while the Warriors wanted to make back-to-back wins when the 2019-20 MPBL Lakan Cup continues in Caloocan this evening.
Team Nueva Ecija is coming from a defeat against the Davao Occidental Tigers last February 3 at the STRIKE Gymnasium.
Though the Rice Vanguards were dominant inside the post where they registered 48 points-in-the-paint yet they got overwhelmed with the supporting cast of the South Division leader.
Tonino Gonzaga led Nueva Ecija with his 23 points while teammate Mackean Sabellina added 14 points and 11 boards.
For team GenSan on the other hand, they’re coming from a huge victory against cellar-dweller Sarangani Marlins last February 10 at the San Andres Sports Complex.
The Warriors wasted no time as they immediately dominated the match in the opening quarter, 29-10. Likewise, they did it again in the opening frame of the second half where they registered, 29-20.
John Raymundo led the winning team with his 22 points and seven dimes performance while former Mighty Sports Pilipinas member Mikey Williams added 18 points, five boards and seven assists in their victory.