The Columbian Autocar franchise just made another facelift name-wise.
It was an opportunity that he was waiting for as rookie Jon Gabriel tries to fill for Kia Picanto’s injured big men.
With his team needing big men in the post, Cliff Hodge of the Meralco Bolts returns earlier than expected to save his team from dropping in the standings.
The losing woes of Kia Picanto ended last Saturday after earning a victory over the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters at the Cuneta Astrodome to break a 16-game spell that has plagued them since May, 2017.
Both Eric Camson of Kia Picanto and Rain or Shine’s Raymond Almazan are being summoned by PBA OIC Willie Marcial on Tuesday to explain their side of the story on their recent altercation during their game this last Saturday at the Cuneta…
A fight broke out during the match between Kia Picanto’s Eric Camson and Rain or Shine Elasto Painter’s Raymond Almazan during the first game of a double-header just this Saturday at the Cuneta Astrodome.
Suffering their 16 th straight loss in the PBA, Kia took another black eye by losing top rebounder and interior presence Jackson Corpuz who fractured his hand during their game against the Magnolia Hotshots.
As of this day, Kia Picanto dropped their last 16 games and their last known victory in the PBA was dated back in May 21, 2017 during the 2017 Commissioner’s Cup.