By FOX Sports Staff
Armon becomes the Dragons' third ASEAN import while shooting guard Cabahug recovers from a severe ankle sprain sustained in their 75-56 win over the Jobstreet.com Singapore Slingers on March 10.
Cabahug hopes to return in the next two to three weeks while his replacement Armon has been cleared by the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) to play in Friday's rematch between the two Causeway rivals in Malaysia.
Armon is a 6'3" combo guard who previously played collage basketball in the Phillipines for the San Beda Red Lions.
The Dragons have made a couple of recent additions to their team after signing Marcus Hubbard last week and bringing in Armon for Cabahug.
"The main thing for us in this game is to build the team chemistry with this big line-up that we didn't have a week ago," Dragons' head coach Ariel Vanguardia said.
Meanwhile, John Ng is also on the injured list and will not be playing for the Dragons this week after undergoing minor surgery to remove gallstones.