Alab Pilipinas stars spearhead 2021 PBA Rookie Draft

    MANILA – Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) fans can’t wait to see the 2021 season unfolds as the league’s draft pool is stacked with high-caliber pro and amateur ballers.

    Filipino-American playmaker Jason Brickman declares for 2021 PBA Rookie Draft. Photo Credit: aseansports.com

    Leading the way is Filipino-American playmaker Jason Brickman who currently plays for San Miguel Alab Pilipinas and had stints with Westport Malaysia Dragons and Mono Vampire Thailand before settling with the Philippine team in the ASEAN Basketball League.

    Aside from Brickman, teammates Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser and Jeremiah Gray also declared to enter the said draft. Ganuelas-Rosser is the younger brother of San Miguel Beermen Matt Ganuelas-Rosser.

    Philippines 3x3 men’s national basketball team members Joshua Munzon, Troy Rike, Alvin Pasaol, and Santi Santillan expressed their intentions to join the PBA draft but have not yet to officially submit their applications as of publishing time.

    Fil-am Franky Johnson, who’s the current Chooks 3x3 MVP, will also bring his talent to the biggest basketball stage in Asia as he also declared for next year’s PBA draft.

    Pinoy basketball fanatics will be seeing another generation of PBA players as Andre Paras, son of hall of famer Benjie Paras will also be joining the deep draft pool. The younger Paras last played for AMA Online Education in the PBA DLeague.

    All aspiring PBA players still have until January 27, 2021 to submit their applications for the 2021 PBA Rookie Draft which will be held on March 14.

    — Joey Boy Capos, The Summit Express

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