‘Walang kupas’: Ahead of FIBA World Cup, Ravena impresses in return
Yeng Guiao, who coaches Ravena in both the national team and in NLEX in the PBA, had no such qualms.
On Sunday, Ravena paid back his coach's trust with a solid performance. In his first game back since getting suspended in May 2018, the NLEX guard put up 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting, along with 2 rebounds, in just over 17 minutes of action against the Adelaide 36ers in a tune-up game.
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The coach of the 36ers, former PBA import Joey Wright, did not know Ravena's name, but could not help but admire his performance nevertheless.
"Sobrang saya na makita siya ulit na ganoon siya naglalaro. And ’yung moves niya, parang walang kupas," said Thirdy. "It's nice to see him still play the way he did noong bago siya ma-suspend. So, ayun, just very happy for him."
Kiefer will play in another tune-up game on Wednesday, this time with the NLEX Road Warriors who will take on the Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters.Read more: ABS-CBN News
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