Ray Parks Jr. offered a clue with respect to which PBA group he'd get a kick out of the chance to play for in spite of the fact that he stays mum over his future plans after San Miguel Alab Pilipinas' effective ASEAN Basketball League crusade.
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The two-time ABL Most Valuable Player said he needs to be a piece of the San Miguel bunch particularly after the combination rescued Alab's ABL season following the exit of the group's first corporate supporter. He said in a DZMM program "Fastbreak" on Saturday that since he knows that San Miguel knows how to take care now, he just wanted to remain in the family.
"Never beyond words", his reaction at the point when squeezed which among the San Miguel groups he'd get a kick out of the chance to sign with.
In the interim, Parks said he will counsel with his tutors initially in regards to his PBA idea.
At the present time, he stated that he simply needs to savor Alab's title prevail upon Thailand's Mono Vampire in the ABL finals. He said that 'he's simply taking it in and simply getting a charge out of it.
To [interviewer] inquiry concerning him joining the PBA, they will talk about it with his guide who is his mentor Jimmy Alapag, then mentor Danny Seigle, and then sir Charlie Dy.
Ray Parks Jr. is a Filipino-American born in Paranaque, Philippines. He is the first Filipino-born national to play in NBA Summer League. He was invited to be in NBA Draft 2015 yet he was undrafted.
He was also part of the Philippine basketball team who played and won Gold Medal in 2017's Southeast Asian Games. The 2017 SEA gold medal is actually his 3rd win in the process.