February 28, 2024

First order of business for Chot Reyes, TNT in South Korea for EASL comes as no surprise

First order of business for Chot Reyes, TNT in South Korea for EASL comes as no surprise
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The TNT Tropang Giga are out of the country once more as they are set to compete in another leg of the East Asia Super League (EASL).

 

After competing in Japan and Taiwan, the Tropang Giga are now in South Korea. They are set to face the reigning champion of the Korea Basketball League, Anyang KGC Red Boosters, featuring Filipino high-flyer Renz Abando.

 

TNT is still looking for its first win after dropping its first three assignments. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and company hope to finally turn things around in South Korea.

 

But before the on-court action ensues, the Tropang Giga are already done with their first important business: Eating samgyeopsal.

 

TNT senior consultant Chot Reyes posted a video on his Instagram Story, where he and the whole team were having a good time while eating KBBQ.

 

Nothing is better than eating as a group, especially over delectable grilled food, to continue building team chemistry.

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To advance to the next round of the EASL, TNT will likely have to win its three remaining games.

That’s on top of managing its PBA Commissioner’s Cup campaign, where the team currently sits in seventh place with a 2-3 record.

With Hollis-Jefferson, Quincy Miller, and Calvin Oftana leading the way, there’s still a big chance for the Tropang Giga to make it to the next round of the EASL.

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TNT will go up against Abando and the rest of Anyang KGC this Wednesday.

Catch the game live at 6 p.m. on One Sports+ and the Pilipinas Live app.

(PM)