Tim Cone on Caguioa return to Ginebra: It will be his decision | Inquirer Sports

Tim Cone on Caguioa return to Ginebra: It will be his decision

By: - Reporter / @BLozadaINQ
/ 03:55 PM November 18, 2021
Mark Caguioa

FILE PHOTO – Barangay Ginebra guard Mark Caguioa and head coach Tim Cone celebrate after the Gin Kings won the title. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

MANILA, Philippines—Mark Caguioa could still return for another go-around with Barangay Ginebra–if he does decide to come back.

Answering a question on Twitter, Gin Kings head coach Tim Cone said that whether Caguiao will be part of the team’s roster for the 2021-22 PBA Governors’ Cup rests on the veteran guard’s decision.

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“That will be Mark’s decision,” wrote Cone in response to fan account @OfficialGinebra’s question Wednesday.

“If he wants to suit up, we will certainly make room for him.”

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Caguioa did not play in the 2021 Philippine Cup, where the erstwhile defending champion Ginebra exited as early as the quarterfinals, prompting the Kings to re-activate shooting guard Jeff Chan.

While Chan filled up a roster spot, Caguioa became an unrestricted free agent.

Caguioa, who was initially on the team’s injury list during the conference, won nine titles with Ginebra, was a three-time Best Player of the Conference, and was the 2012 MVP.

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