Isaac Go will be out for the rest of the year for Terrafirma.
The 6-foot-7 big man has been diagnosed with a torn anterior cruciate ligament, medial collateral ligament, and meniscus tear.
The MRI result came out on Monday evening.
The development was first reported by Snow Badua and confirmed to Tiebreaker Times by Titan Management Group’s PJ Pilares.
The injury occurred with 5:24 left in the opening frame of the Dyip’s tilt against Northport last Saturday.
Go figured in a rebounding skirmish against Jamie Malonzo. As he secured the board, his right knee buckled, resulting in his exiting the game.
Recovery time for this type of injury takes eight to nine months.
Also out for the Dyip of the Philippine Cup is Ed Daquioag, who broke his right fibular fracture in the same game.
The second game of each gameday is also live-streamed on SMART Sports.