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MANILA – Colegio de San Juan de Letran Knights handed College of St. Benilde Blazers its first defeat in the NCAA Season 98 men's basketball with an 81-75 beating on Friday at FilOil EcoOil Arena in San Juan. Brent Paraiso spearheaded the attack with ...
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LETRAN basketball star Rhenz Abando is headed to South Korea. Abando decided to leave the Knights in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and play professional basketball for Korean club Anyang KGC in the Korean Basketball League (KBL).
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Add Rhenz Abando to the growing list of Pinoy standouts trying their luck overseas. The reigning NCAA MVP is forgoing his final year at Letran to play for Anyang KGC in the Korean Basketball League.
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MANILA, Philippines — Rhenz Abando has signed with team Anyang KGC in the 2022-23 Korean Basketball League. Anyang on Thursday announced its signing of the NCAA rookie MVP from Letran. ADVERTISEMENT. Abando ended up as a one-and-done for the Knights ...
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