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    Monday, June 13, 2011

    Rain or Shine 's Import Arizona Reid Injured: May Be Out for Next Game on Wednesday

    The Rain or Shine (ROS) Elasto Painters are facing a problem right now because their import is currently experiencing some pains because of his hamstring injury. Arizona got injured after he bumped into his teammate Larry Rodriguez in their game against B-Meg. They won that game because of Reid's scoring and rebounds. He had 36 points, 17 rebounds, and 1 assist in that game. The final score of the game was 95-82. He notched a double-double performance and we can say that he's the new scoring leader of Rain or Shine. He will definitely be a huge lost in their next game on Wednesday against Air 21.

    Rain or Shine said that they will have to let Arizona Reid seek medical opinion regarding his injury. Through that they will know if that's just a case of hamstring muscle cramps or a serious hamstring injury. But they can't hide the fact that they saw Reid fell on the ground after he bumped into Larry Rodriguez. Reid is such a strong guy to go down that easily. They know that he's really hurt. The sad thing for ROS is that if ever it's a hamstring injury, it may sideline their import in their next game against Air 21 tomorrow at 4:30 p.m..

    If ever, this injury on their great import will be a huge blow on ROS because they are looking to have a great start in the 2011 PBA Governor's Cup. ROS had experienced several rough starts in the PBA. Back in their last 2 conferences they had a 0 win and 2 losses starts and 2 years ago they started with a 0 win and 5 losses. They consider those years as their Dark Ages. They don't wanna be there again. They want a Golden Age this time.

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