PHOENIX Pulse looks to get back to its winning ways when it faces NorthPort on Wednesday as the PBA Philippine Cup resumes action at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.
Gametime is set at 7 p.m. as the PBA returns after taking a break to give way to Team Pilipinas’ campaign in the Fiba Basketball World Cup Asian qualifiers.
The Fuel Masters suffered their first loss of the conference on Feb. 10, bowing to Rain or Shine, 98-94.
NorthPort, meanwhile, will be playing without Stanley Pringle, who was slapped with a one-game suspension by the league for his involvement in a brawl during a tune-up game against Columbian.
The Batang Pier have lost two in a row, bowing to Rain or Shine, 107-100, on February 8.
Meralco and Columbian clash at 4:30 as the two teams try to bounce back from losses.
The Bolts lost to NLEX, 87-83, on February 3 to slip to a 2-3 win-loss record.
After an impressive start, the Dyip have lost three straight games, dropping a 22-point loss to Alaska, 94-72, on February 6.