SAN Miguel fell to solo second place in the Asean Basketball League standings following the 83-72 win of defending champion Indonesia Warriors over Chang Thailand Slammers at the Mahaka Square in Jakarta on Tuesday.
The Warriors improved to a 10-3 (win-loss) record to regain solo top spot after the Beermen took a share of the lead following their 68-61 victory over the Singapore Slingers in their last game.
The win allowed the Beermen to book their sixth straight victory and a 9-3 (win-loss) slate in the team standings.
Mario Wuysang finished with 20 points, while Filipino import Jerick Canada added 19 for the Warriors, who nailed 13 triples against the Slammers.
The Warriors look to pull away further from the Beermen in the standings as they take advantage of San Miguel’s long break when they battle the Saigon Heat on April 3.
San Miguel will not play until April 6 when it faces the Slingers this time at its home turf at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City.