Tyler Bey wants to settle unfinished business with Magnolia

Tyler Bey, despite falling short in his initial attempt, is eager for another chance at securing a PBA championship.

The Magnolia import’s tenure with the esteemed franchise ended in heartbreak on Wednesday night as San Miguel staged a remarkable comeback to clinch Game 6 of the Commissioner’s Cup finals, 104-102, claiming their 29th league title.

Bey showcased his prowess by contributing 18 points, eight rebounds, four assists, and three blocks during his nearly 46-minute performance in the decisive game at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Although his time with Magnolia fell short of the target, Bey expressed readiness to return if called upon by the team.

“For sure, no doubt. I would love to come back,” said Bey.

Reflecting on the team’s defeat, Bey attributed Magnolia’s downfall in the final six minutes to their loss.

“We wish we could do everything better. Execute plays, not turn the ball over. I mean that’s pretty much the game,” he added.

As one of the earliest imports to arrive in the Philippines, Bey formed strong bonds with the Hotshots during his five-month stay.

“I love the Philippines, I love Magnolia,” said Bey. “We didn’t get the result that we wanted, but I just felt like we have a group of guys that I could call family.”

Eager for another opportunity to compete alongside them, Bey affirmed his willingness to do so once more.

“I just hope we can run it back and go from there.”

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