Alab Pilipinas further loaded up its offense by securing the services of spitfire guard Kiefer Ravena, the team confirmed on Wednesday.
"Kiefer agreed to play already, pero hindi pa this Sunday," Alab team manager Charlie Dy told ABS-CBN Sports, citing a right-hand injury Ravena sustained in a recent Dubai tournament.
With Ravena joining Bobby Ray Parks Jr., Alab now has two former 2-time UAAP MVPs joining forces, both of whom saw ample exposure in NBA Developmental League-level basketball.
Alab, expected to contend for the ABL championship, has struggled of late, dropping games to Saigon and Malaysia in which the Filipino squad was expected to win.
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