Ateneo Blue Eagle champions Isaac Go and Matt and Mike Nieto headline a 71-man pool for the next PBA Draft.
Three-time UAAP champion Thirdy Ravena will not be joining the next PBA Draft, opting to focus on his overseas career.
“Woke up this morning to a misleading article … For people to actually believe that I don’t want to represent my country is crazy,” – Ray Parks Jr. #FIBAWC
“I hope Ginebra fans out there will learn to love me slowly by just seeing how I play with my heart on my sleeve, and the energy and emotion that I like to bring when I play the game,” said Dillinger to the source.
“I’m overwhelmed with joy. I can’t express how I feel now,” – Terrence Romeo #PBA
Per reports, Almazan, the third overall pick in the loaded 2013 PBA Draft, will be traded to the Bolts in exchange of Meralco’s 2019 and 2021 first rounders. #PBA
Jeron Teng, the bull-strong former DLSU Green Archer who once scored 104 points in a high school game, will need to develop an outside shot if he is to last long in the PBA.
Wearing out his welcome because he expressed his dismay on social media, LA Revilla tries to move forward with another PBA team. The former DLSU Green Archer has reportedly been traded to the Phoenix Fuel Masters in exchange for Jayson Grimaldo, the 21st overall pick of the recently concluded PBA Draft plus a 2018 second round pick.
Chris “Air Force” Ellis showed a lot of promise when he entered the league back in 2012. He was the sixth overall pick in that PBA Draft and ended up with the league’s most popular team, Barangay Ginebra.
Known as one of the sharp-shooting guards for San Beda, it was a bit of a surprise to see Davon Potts slide down to the second round of the recently concluded PBA Draft.