MANILA, Philippines — Greg Slaughter can’t wait to be again on the courtroom after taking a shock sabbatical final February.
Slaughter, like many Filipino basketball followers on Friday evening, was revved up after being handled to a collection of video games that began with a pair of do-or-die Philippine Cup semifinals clashes and ended with Gilas Pilipinas’ first sport in 9 months.
“Do or die sport for Ginebra and FIBA Asia video games for our #TeamPilipinas bought me itching to play once more so unhealthy!” Slaughter wrote on Twitter.
Do or die sport for Ginebra and FIBA Asia video games for our #TeamPilipinas bought me itching to play once more so unhealthy!
— Greg Slaughter (@GWillSlaughter) November 27, 2020
The 32-year-old heart went to the US final February to coach after successful his fourth PBA championship with Barangay Ginebra.
Slaughter, whose contract with the Gin Kings had already expired on the finish of final January, returned to Manila final month.
The five-time PBA All-Star and former nationwide group member had additionally stated he’s “open to all potentialities” so far as his basketball profession is worried together with a doable return with Ginebra.
The Gin Kings knocked off the Meralco Bolts on Friday evening after a last-second triple by Scottie Thompson to advance to the Philippine Cup Finals.
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