MANILA, Philippines–Despite a stable recovery, Northport’s Arwind Santos is staying cautious when it involves his knee creating him to miss out on the group’s very first video game in the PBA Governors’ Cup on Sunday.
Santos endured a knee injury prior to the PBA Commissioners’ Cup which maintained him sidelined for the rest of the previous meeting. He has actually given that gone through surgical procedure which he claimed is ending up penalty.
“The recovery’s okay. But I can’t rush the process because I’m the one who is going to feel it,” claimed the professional after his group’s 122-92 loss to Coverage at PhilSports Arena on Sunday.
“If it’s [injury] was in my fingers, it’s okay to play now but it’s different when we’re talking about the lower body because that’s where I get my speed and power,” he included.
Alongside the 41-year-old cager, Robert Bolick likewise remained Batang Pier’s very first period loss because of a troubling hamstring.
Bolick led last meeting in racking up with 21 factors per video game.
As for Santos, he eyes a return following month for newly-minted trainer Bonnie Tan in a proposal to place Northport in playoff positioning.
“I’ll try to return in mid-February. I hope my teammates can win, my trust in them is there,” he claimed.
“Before I play, I hope they can reach 4-2,” he likewise prompted.
The Batang Pier started their Commissioners’ Cup with a loss. They proceed their work on Thursday versus a Chris Newsome- led Meralco at Ynares Antipolo Center.
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