Header Ads


Jio Jalalon regaining his old form for Hotshots

Collegiate foes and national team brethrens years ago, Jio Jalalon knows how good Kiefer Ravena is dating back to their collegiate days.

The sophomore Jalalon and rookie Ravena clashed on Sunday when Magnolia and NLEX met, and just as expected, the young guns stepped up to the challenge.

Jio Jalalon. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net
Ravena was impressive anew for the Road Warriors, notching a new career-high 31 points with four rebounds and five assists.

Jalalon, on the other hand, saved his best for last and uncorked seven of his nine markers in the payoff period. He also posted six boards to help Magnolia fend off NLEX late.

Asked about his duel against Ravena, Jalalon could only smile seeing how his former Gilas teammate is thriving in the pros.

“He has really stepped up his game. He has experienced a lot and now that he’s in the PBA, he’s still playing well,” he said. “He doesn’t look like a rookie, and just like what everyone is saying, he really is a super rookie.”

Author: Randolph B. Leongson, Inquirer
Full Article

No comments

Powered by Blogger.