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Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser, prospective top pick, joins PBA Draft

/ 05:15 AM April 30, 2022
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Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser and Encho Serrano have been playing with sustained brilliance over at the Philippine Basketball Association’s (PBA) 3×3 tournaments.

And both are hoping that their impeccable showing has done enough to bolster their stock ahead of this year’s Rookie Draft.

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“I’ve put my name in the draft, finally. And I’m excited to finally join the 5-on-5 side,” said Rosser, brother of TNT and former Gilas forward Matt.

“It’s something that I’ve been looking forward to for a long time now, so I’m just excited wherever I play, wherever I go. I’m just looking to go there and get better, prove myself and win as much as I can,” he added.

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At 6-foot-7 with a high motor and a knack for shot creation, Rosser, who plays for Limitless, is shaping up as the overall pick of this year’s annual selection set for May 15 at Robinson’s Ermita.

Serrano, meanwhile, has been on a tear since his departure from La Salle. He was instrumental in championship runs of Pampanga in the National Basketball League and then Basilan in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League.

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