Christian Standhardinger, the best pick in the current draft, didn't exactly have the PBA make a big appearance he made arrangements for himself after the San Miguel Beermen collided with a 85-93 misfortune to the Meralco Bolts on Wednesday, the 9th of May.

The Filipino-German experienced difficulty dealing with his fouls as he completed with 4 pts, 5 bounce back, 2 assists and two takes against two turnovers and five fouls in 19 minutes of play.

This is making his first PBA game a bit unfortunate.

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Standhardinger conceded despite everything he needs some time changing in accordance with the PBA. In his initial 7:31 minutes of play, Standhardinger as of now had 4 fouls however he demanded the PBA's physicality wasn't the explanation behind his moderately calm night.

He said that 'he doesn't believe [PBA] is that physical, "to be completely forthright with you". He thinks the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) was more physical. He was astounded, and really it's not more on a similar level. He simply needs to change in accordance with the way the recreations are called here'.

Standhardinger is falling off a noteworthy season with Hong Kong Eastern in the ABL, where he found the middle value of 22.5 pts, 11.8 bounce back, Two point three assists and 1.3 squares for each diversion. All things considered, he said he doesn't anticipate pursuing similar numbers unless San Miguel head mentor Leo Austria discloses to him unique. 

Be that as it may, the 6-foot-8 control forward doled out two helps, had two takes, and recorded the most astounding in addition to less among his colleagues with +8.

He said, "you know, I believe I'm OK. That is the thing that I've told folks I'm going to do. I'm not going to go around here like in the ABL where like I'm the primary scorer of the group and endeavor to forcefully get my focuses."

Added that he shots 5 shots, [as] he thinks, and he's simply attempting to facilitate, get the folks open, put the folks in a correct circumstance. Shockingly that didn't work out today.

San Miguel has a couple of days to repair things before confronting the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters on Sunday, May 13th, at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City and the 28-year-old is sure it will be an alternate outcome.

He would likely almost certain that in their next game, they will pull it off.