NLEX Road Warriors star Kiefer Ravena thanked fellow backcourt player Jericho Cruz for his game-winning follow-up which allowed them to stun Magnolia, 86-85 last Sunday.
Gilas Pilipinas head coach Tim Cone praised Kiefer Ravena’s maturity level in light of Ravena’s addition to the national team pool for the 2019 Southeast
NLEX Road Warriors star guard Kiefer Ravena said his squad cannot be satisfied by just being in the quarter-finals of the PBA Governors’ Cup as
Departing NLEX Road Warriors import Olu Ashaolu took time to thank the franchise for giving him an opportunity like no other.
Kiefer Ravena felt glad to finally be able to return to a competitive and organized basketball game after his FIBA-imposed 18-month ban has finally been
“He feels he’s not ready to compete internationally. It is his belief that there are other players who can take his slot and who can perform his role,” – Yeng Guiao #GilasPilipinas
“We invited Ray Parks but he declined. My understanding is he declined to be part of the pool. I asked Yvette Reyes to get in touch with him, so my understanding is may iba siyang priorities,” – Yeng Guiao #FIBAWC #GilasPilipinas
“I need to be wiser now because my career is at stake. It’s really more of an emotional and psychological battle,” – Kevin Alas. #PBA
“We’re just going to finalize his status. He has personal priorities so we will finalize that within the week if he’s going to be staying with the team or taking a break,” – Yeng Guiao
“We also commend Kai for his commitment to play for Batang Gilas in the World Cup in Greece, and in future international competitions of the men’s national team, Gilas Pilipinas, including the FIBA World Cup here in 2023,” – SBP President Al Panlilio.