Coach Tim Cone Applauds Ginebra’s Remarkable Progress in PBA On Tour

Barangay Ginebra may have experienced a tough loss to Converge on Sunday night with a score of 123-95, but Coach Tim Cone remains satisfied with the Team’s overall growth during the PBA On Tour, even in the absence of five key players. Despite the defeat, Cone acknowledged the progress made by the Team, particularly the confidence and performance of the backup players who stepped up in the preseason games.
Coach Tim Cone Applauds Ginebra's

Barangay Ginebra may have experienced a tough loss to Converge on Sunday night with a score of 123-95, but Coach Tim Cone remains satisfied with the Team’s overall growth during the PBA On Tour, even in the absence of five key players. Despite the defeat, Cone acknowledged the progress made by the Team, particularly the confidence and performance of the backup players who stepped up in the preseason games.

Building Confidence through Preseason Minutes

Coach Tim Cone expressed his pleasure with the Team’s progress, emphasizing that the outcome of the most recent game does not overshadow the growth he witnessed. The preseason matches allowed players such as Jeremiah Gray, Nards Pinto, Von Pessumal, Sidney Onwubere, and Jayson David to gain valuable playing time and build confidence in their approach to the game.

Focused on Growth

While the Kings’ record currently stands at 4-5 after back-to-back losses, it’s important to note the context. The Team has faced the challenge of missing star players, including Scottie Thompson, Jamie Malonzo, Japeth Aguilar, Christian Standhardinger, and Stanley Pringle, who are all on loan to the National Team. Despite these absences, Coach Cone emphasizes that their focus is not solely on the record but rather on the growth and development of the players, who have been performing admirably.

 
 

 

 

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Recognizing Ginebra’s 3×3 Team

Coach Cone also took the opportunity to acknowledge the outstanding performance of Ginebra’s 3×3 Team, composed of Kim Aurin, Ralph Salcedo, Ralph Cu, Donald Gumaru, and JJ Espanola. He commended Coach Kirk Collier for his exceptional work in leading the 3×3 program and highlighted the seamless integration of the 3×3 players into the Team, resulting in their valuable contributions on the court.

Looking Ahead: Final Two Games

As the PBA On Tour progresses, Barangay Ginebra’s final two games are against winless teams TNT and NLEX. These upcoming matches provide an opportunity for the Team to bounce back and secure crucial victories. With the continued growth and development of the players, Ginebra aims to finish the tour on a positive note, showcasing their resilience and determination.

Challenges and setbacks have marked Barangay Ginebra’s journey in the PBA On Tour. However, under the guidance of Coach Tim Cone, the Team has demonstrated tremendous growth and resilience. Despite missing key players, the Kings have maintained a competitive stance, focusing on the progress and development of their roster. The integration of the 3×3 Team has proven to be a significant asset, highlighting the Team’s depth and versatility. As Ginebra prepares for their final two games, they aim to showcase their continued growth and end the tour on a high note.

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