AMA Online Education is struggling to get its bearing back in the PBA D-League Aspirants' Cup.
Fortunately for the Titans, a big help is on the way.
AMA coach Mark Herrera said the team is bringing in Mac Andaya as the Titans hope to arrest a three-game skid in the league's opening conference.
The 6-9 giant, who is also moonlighting as showbiz actor, is expected to play for the Titans on February 12 in the game against Batangas-EAC.
"Oo (lalaro next game) kaso inaayos pa schedule niya (shooting)," said Herrera of Andaya, who is also seeing action for Valenzuela in the MPBL.
Herrera said the 36-year-old former Letran center will indeed be a huge boost for the team that is in dire need of a veteran presence.
"Young team kami kaya kailangan namin ng veterans," he said.