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Expect coach Vis Valencia's Quezon City to shoot more from the outside

by Eugene Flores, July 12, 2019 11:10am

Changes in the system of Quezon City head coach Vis Valencia continues to bring positive outcome for the Capitals.

Quezon City Capitals drilled 12 triples, including two crucial ones in the fourth quarter by Tonino Gonzaga and Clark Derigue, to outlast the Mindoro Tamaraws in Thursday's main game, 72-62.

"Well for five games, I told this on our first game pa lang, medyo I changed a little bit sa system namin na will do more on the outside," said coach coach Valencia after the game.

Prior to the game, the Capitals made 11 three-points against the Iloilo United Royals. QC has now recorded back-to-back wins.

"Sabi ko nga taasan namin yung low percentage namin. Kasi we don't have tall players, we don't have that inside presence, so sa labas kami mag-concentrate," he added.

Coach Valencia is also proud with the adjustment of the team as they played without Aaron Black last night. Black will be out for two weeks with his commitments with the Mighty Sports team that will play in the Jones Cup.

"He will be out for two weeks because of the Jones Cup. That was a prior commitment before we signed him up. Nasabi na niya, but I said yes pa rin. It'll be a big help for the kid, 'di ba, yung Jones Cup," he revealed.

Tougher opponents await Quezon City as the Makati Super Crunch looks to stay unbeaten in their game on July 15.

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