The Commissioner’s Cup declared the Alaska Aces as the ultimate winner, and right now the different PBA teams are preparing for their reinforcement for the third conference of the year 2013, the PBA Governor’s Cup.
The Governor’s Cup imports have a height limit of only 6′ 5″. Some of the PBA teams were eyeing to recall their previous imports during last year’s Governor’s Cup imports.
Here’s the updates of the 2013 PBA Governor’s Cup Imports:
Rain or Shine:
The Elasto Painters is the depending champion of the Governor’s Cup. They have decided not to call back former Best Import Jamelle Cornley, so right now they are still looking for an able replacement.
San Mig Coffee.
The Mixers will once again hire the services of Marqus Blakely.
To tapped Dior Lowhorn, a prolific scorer who played for Saigon Heat in Asean Basketball League. He averaged 26.7 points and 8.42 rebounds in the tournament.
Eyeing for the former Rain or Shine import Arizona Reid, who had 28.67 points, 15.42 rebounds and 4.17 assists average in his 2011 stint with Elasto painters.
Talk N’ Text.
To bring back Tony Mitchell, who saw action in Commissioner’s Cup after replacing Jerome Jordan.
Looking forward for a negotiations with Mike Singletary, their import during the Dubai Invitational and in Governors Cup.
The newly-crowned champ Aces will go for back-to-back titles with Wendel McKines.
Looking for the possibility of bringing best import Jamelle Cornley, after Rain or Shine waived their rights to their former reinforcement.
For other teams import such as the Meralco Bolts, Globalport Batang Pier and Air21 Express, we will update this post as soon as we get the details.
The import-laden PBA Governors Cup 2013 will start on August 14, a week after the FIBA Asia Championship in Manila.