MATT Ganuelas-Rosser made his season debut for San Miguel last Friday, months after being sidelined due to pain on his right shoulder.
Ganuelas-Rosser played for about four minutes in San Miguel’s win over NLEX last Friday but it was enough to quench his desire to finally play again after the injury.
He played again last Sunday and scored four points in 10 minutes of action against NorthPort.
“Oh man, it feels great to be back helping my team, get the win. It's been some months now since I'm able to play. Competing again it's so fun, man. It's fun. Especially my first game back we win,” said Ganuelas-Rosser.
The San Miguel wingman is hoping to play in full strength as the season goes by.
“(I’m) 85-90 percent. As the season goes on, playoffs, I’ll be more comfortable, be on the rotation more. I'm looking forward to that,” said Ganuelas-Rosser.
In his return, Ganuelas-Rosser said his focus is on the defensive side.
“With our team, it's gonna matter on the game. Each game is gonna be a different rotation. We have so many guys, anybody can get hot. Whenever they need support, that's where I come in. I can be that glue-guy. I can play 1 to 4. I could do a lot of things. Whenever I'm needed, I'm there,” said Ganuelas-Rosser.
After a sluggish start to the conference, the Philippine Cup champions are now on the roll and are positively aiming to finish the elimination round with a twice-to-beat advantage.
“Our goal is to win. We never go out there [to lose]. Try to give our best. We’re a championship team. We want to win. We’ll try to win to get the best seed possible. We still have the chance for the twice-to-beat that's what we're going for,” said Ganuelas-Rosser. Eugene Flores