NCAA basketball games pushed back anew due to bad weather brought by Typhoon Isang

THE first round of the NCAA Season 93 will have to be pushed back further as the league decided to postpone the scheduled games on Tuesday due to heavy rains brought by Typhoon Isang.

Matches between College of St. Benilde and Arellano, Lyceum and Mapua, and Perpetual and Emilio Aguinaldo College have been postponed anew alongside its counterpart matches in the juniors division.

Co-incidentally, these games are also the same matches which were postponed late in July due to Typhoon Gorio.

This will be the third game day that the league decided to postpone due to inclement weather, a clear contrast from last season where good weather favored the league all throughout.

The league will resume on Thursday in the NCAA on Tour as San Sebastian hosts Jose Rizal University, another game that was supposed to be played last July but got pushed back due to bad weather.

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