BARAKO Bull consultant Rajko Toroman is open to all possibilities for the fast-fading franchise, including a possible roster change in its bid to salvage a sagging campaign in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup.
The franchise has been on a tailspin after starting the conference with two wins in three outings. Sunday night's 89-96 loss to Barangay Ginebra was the Energy Cola's sixth in a row, leaving them near the bottom of the standings with a 3-7 (win-loss) record.
Now it appears desperate times need desperate measures.
“We’re talking about some possibilities, maybe a change or whatever. It could be anything,” Toroman intimated to Spin.ph but refusing to give any hints.
Asked if Barako Bull is open to even getting a new import at this point to replace Evan Brock, Toroman curtly replied by saying, “All things are being considered.”
The Serb, who assists Bong Ramos in handling the team, said he’s not in a position to blame his players for the skid. “Of course, they (players) make mistakes but I can’t blame them,” he said.