Steady ever since his Gilas Pilipinas debut, Dwight Ramos was held to just five points in the Philippines’ 74-66 conquest of Jordan last Friday, his lowest output throughout his stint with the National Five in the Fiba World Cup Asian Qualifiers.
But that actually allowed him to display another facet of his game.
“I didn’t play very well, but (my teammates) picked me up. I struggled offensively so I focused defensively,” he said. “Everybody else is capable, so they handled that [scoring] load and won [us] the game, really.”
Struggling to get in a groove early, Ramos instead focused on guarding Dar Tucker, the Falcons’ naturalized player, clipping the hosts’ wings and ultimately …
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