San Miguel import John Holland is fully aware of the Beermen’s current predicament.
Faced with a twice-to-win disadvantage against 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup titlists Brgy. Ginebra, the 31-year old former NBA player nevertheless likes his team’s chances.
“It’s a harder road now but we still have enough talent to do it so I’m still confident in us. I still think that no matter team we play we have a good chance. Now it’s just a little harder, we just need to win two games. It’s alright,” said Holland who finished with 25 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists and 6 steals in a no-relief job against TNT which was a marked improvement from his forgettable debut against Rain or Shine.
“It’s a tough situation but it is what it is, it’s the playoffs. We have to deal with all that adversity and just keep pushing and push through it. And I think we have enough talent on the team to do it so I think it’s just about getting it done now,” he added.
With the Beermen’s poise and championship experience a potent weapon at this point in the tournament, Holland believes that the team has the necessary tools to advance into the next round.
“It’s clear that we have enough to get it done. We just have to do it and put together for one game, two games, one game at a time. I still think that no matter what team we play, we have a good chance,” he said.