When the Road Warriors play Tropang Giga, will Bolick make his debut?

Dec 14, 2023

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MANILA, Philippines – Robert Bolick may don the NLEX jersey for the first time on Wednesday when the Road Warriors play the TNT Tropang Giga that make up the PBA Commissioner’s Cup at the PhilSports Arena, provided negotiations get underway and a deal is finalized in time.

In addition, NLEX has added Kent Salado to its roster; however, mentor Frankie Lim is now going to be without first Don Trollano and Kris Rosales, two key players the team had to give up in order to acquire Bolick from the NorthPort Batang Pier.

According to the guidance of beforehand San Beda champion trainer Frankie Lim, yet another previous employer Red Lion has recently been introduced to the NLEX lair.

Developing a winning culture at NLEX is the ultimate objective, of course. The team is currently tied for ninth place alongside the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, both of whom have identical 2 to 5 win–loss records, and are outside the Magic Eight.

The NLEX Road Warriors are planning a strategy to change their current situation, as they have been losing a lot of their games. The goal of adding Stokley Chaffey to the starting lineup through a series of substitutes is to improve the team’s overall performance. But the Road Warriors are looking forward to one of their star players, Robert Bolick, who spent time in the Japan B League honing his backcourt talents and scoring power, making his debut.

The addition of Robert Bolick to the NLEX lineup raises hopes and expectations. Bolick’s abilities are anticipated to have a big impact on the Road Warriors because of his performance in international leagues. Bolick’s official NLEX debut date is yet unknown, so both the team and supporters are excited to see what kind of impact he can have on the court.

Ronald Dulatre, the team governor, highlights Bolick’s exceptional skills and experience while expressing optimism for the player’s quick assimilation into the starting lineup. Dulatre sees Bolick as a vital player who can help the NLEX Road Warriors achieve their goals.

NLEX must overcome a losing record against strong opponents like NorthPort and Meralco as they prepare for their next games. Although the squad has struggled, coach Jojo Lastimosa is optimistic about the club’s standing in the league—they are now tied for second place with teams like ROS. In the forthcoming games, the Road Warriors hope to make up for their recent setbacks and demonstrate a more resilient and competitive mentality.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson nearly got a triple-double (35 points, 13 rebounds, and 8 assists) in a recent game against the Batang Pier, but the Tropang Giga lost in overtime after giving up a lead they had established in regulation. NLEX views these obstacles as chances to gather themselves, shift their attention, and capitalize on the power of their lineup as a whole—especially with Robert Bolick’s upcoming debut, which might be a game-changer for the team.

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