Reveling in his first PBA championship, Chito Victolero shares credit for Magnolia feat

Reveling in his first PBA championship, Chito Victolero shares credit for Magnolia feat

ANTIPOLO CITY—Chito Victolero wasn’t looked at as a successor to Tim Cone’s glorious run as head coach of the Purefoods franchise, but it’s what he turned out to be that cemented his legacy in the storied club.

Hired from Kia, Victolero was tapped to help the struggling Hotshots move on from their drastic drop to 11-22 less than two years removed from completing the Grand Slam.

Victolero’s only PBA achievement before arriving in Magnolia’s camp was lead Kia to its lone playoff appearance in the 2016 Governors’ Cup, but he is nowpart of an elite league of champion coaches in the PBA.

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