James Yap’s bad day
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MANILA, Philippines – James Yap was not having a good day.
San Mig Coffee’s star guard had a horrible shooting night in his squad’s 82-87 defeat to Air21 on Wednesday night, finishing with 17 points on 6-of-19 shooting.
And this was on top of a temporary protection order (TPO) filed against him by his ex-wife Kris Aquino, barring him from going near his son, Bimby.
When sought for comment about the Mixers’ loss, Yap still didn’t seem himself and needed a few seconds to process the interview.
“Uhm, iba nalang muna interview-hin nyo. Wala pa ako sa ano… Pasensya na,” Yap told the reporters waiting outside the dugout.
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