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‘Tired’ Dandan on another Kia loss: ‘We have to suck it up, move forward’

Even new Kia coach Ricky Dandan couldn’t exactly tell how the Picanto quickly lost control of their game against the Magnolia Hotshots on Wednesday.

Kia led 49-47 at the end of the first half but it was all Magnolia after as the Hotshots, led by Paul Lee, left the Picanto in the dust thanks to a blistering 34-11 run.

Ricky Dandan. PBA IMAGES
“I don’t know what happened. I can’t explain it I have to review tape, watch the third quarter and see what happened, but from my recollection we played according to plan in the first two quarters only to play, suddenly, differently in the third,” said Dandan.

It was a tale of two halves for Kia, which got outscored 77-28 in the last two quarters.

Dandan made his head coaching debut after replacing Chris Gavina, who stepped down just before the new year, but it seems that the job has already taken its toll.

Author: Mark Giongco, Inquirer
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