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Kiefer quick to move on after career-best goes for naught

MANILA, Philippines – After seeing his best scoring game so far in the PBA went down the drain, NLEX rookie Kiefer Ravena said he and the Road Warriors have to "wake up" and play better.

Ravena fired 31 points and added five assists against the Magnolia Hotshots on Sunday, but they still lost, 105-94. It was their second consecutive defeat in the 2017-18 PBA Philippine Cup. The Road Warriors have yet to win in 2018.

NLEX guard Kiefer Ravena looks to attack the Magnolia defense. PBA Media Bureau
"Down the drain," Ravena said after the game. "But yeah, we have to wake up. After 2-0, now we're 2-2."

As it stands, NLEX is in the middle of the league standings. They are tied with the Alaska Aces for sixth and seventh places. If the playoffs started tomorrow, they will be saddled with a twice-to-beat disadvantage.

"We have to fight for survival. Grabe 'yung dikdikan ng standings ngayon eh," said Ravena. "Lahat talaga, naghahabol sa panalo."

Author: Camille B. Naredo, ABS-CBN News
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