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Blackwater owner thinks Ellis on his way out of PBA after continued no show

Blackwater owner Dioceldo Sy couldn’t be more disappointed with Chris Ellis after the Fil-Am forward refused to report to the squad’s practices.

Speaking to the media, the amiable executive shared that he thinks that the 28-year-old Ellis is already on his way out of the league.

Chris Ellis. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net
“Actually I think he is on the exit already from the PBA. Otherwise, if you’re interested to play, you have no choice but to follow the trade,” he said. “So far, in the past three years I’m in the PBA, this is the first time I found a player who doesn’t report in a trade. So we won’t force the issue.”

Ginebra shipped Ellis together with center Dave Marcelo to the Elite in exchange for the injured Art dela Cruz and Raymond Aguilar last August.

Since being dealt, he has just showed up once in the team’s practice before complaining of a kidney problem which needed hospitalization. That was the last time the team saw of the former Slam Dunk champion.

Author: Randolph B. Leongson, Inquirer
Full Article: http://sports.inquirer.net/272462/blackwater-owner-thinks-ellis-way-pba-continued-no-show

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