LESS than 24 hours after suffering a huge loss, the Philippine squad returns to action in the Fiba Asia Champions Cup on Sunday against Thailand team Mono Vampire at the Chenzhou Sports Center in China.
Gametime is set at 2:30 p.m.
It is unclear whether American import Isaiah Austin will play after hurting his right foot the day before.
Ravena, who has led the team in scoring with 23.0 points in the first two games, is expected to lead the way anew after Chooks to Go lost, 82-89, to Palestine.
"Tough game tonight. No excuses. Gotta stay positive and consistent. #Puso," said Kiefer Ravena said in a tweet.
Austin needed help as the team returned to the dugout at halftime.
The lanky slotman still played in the second half but hardly made an impact as he was limited to just 13 points and eight rebounds.
The Thai club, meanwhile, is coming off a 102-100 overtime win over Palestine.
Michael Singletary scored 38 and Fil-Am Jason Brickman had 19 points in for Mono Vampire.