NLEX and TNT try to stay undefeated on Wednesday when they clash in the 2023 PBA Governors’ Cup at the Philsports Arena.

The Road Warriors take on the Tropang Giga at 5:45 p.m. The winner of the match will join Converge (3-0) on top of the team standings.

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NLEX is in search for its third win in the penultimate game of Jonathon Simmons, who is set to play in China after his stint with the Road Warriors.

Head coach Frankie Lim revealed that Simmons promised to give NLEX four wins before he leaves for China.

"Sabi ko, maybe you can give us four wins before you leave," said NLEX coach Frankie Lim.

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The Road Warriors have won the games halfway through Simmons’ campaign with the team after a 121-112 win over NorthPort last Saturday.

TNT, on the other hand, edged Rain or Shine, 105-100, after storming back from an 18-point deficit.

Mikey Williams had 24 points including a three to seal the victory for TNT in his second game while coming off the bench for his team.

TNT coach Jojo Lastimosa said Williams is still finding his rhythm after suffering from injuries in the Philippine Cup finals, but added the former Rookie of the Year will eventually go back to his role as a starter.

San Miguel vies for its second win when it faces Blackwater at 3 p.m.

The Beermen opened the Jorge Gallent era with a 114-93 win over Phoenix Super LPG last Sunday.

The Bossing are fresh from a 108-105 win over Phoenix to even its record to 1-1.

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