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NLEX, Terrafirma, Blackwater to remain in PBA Bubble due to Ulysses


Players and staff of NLEX, Terrafirma, and Blackwater will remain in Quest Hotel for the time being due to the onslaught brought about by Typhoon Ulysses.

This as the NLEX Bocaue exit is unpassable due to flooding.

All three teams played their last game for the 2020 PBA Philippine Cup last Wednesday.

NLEX finished with a 5-6 record, Blackwater went 2-9, while Terrafirma only tallied a 1-10 record.

Right after their 99-120 loss to San Miguel, Northport immediately headed back to Manila.

The four teams were already given their exit RT-PCR tests.

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