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PBA: Phoenix Fuel Masters sign rookies Tyler Tio, Encho Serrano

/ 06:30 PM May 25, 2022
Phoenix Fuel Masters draft pick Tyler Tio. PBA IMAGES

Phoenix Fuel Masters draft pick Tyler Tio. PBA IMAGES

MANILA, Philippines — Phoenix Super LPG has signed rookies Tyler Tio and Encho Serrano on Wednesday ahead of the 47th PBA Season opener on June 5 at Smart Araneta Coliseum.

The Fuel Masters shared on their social media pages that their two rookies Tio, who was drafted 14th overall, and Serrano selected at No.19 have both inked their first professional contracts.

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Tio’s handler, Titan management group, shared the three-time UAAP champion out of Ateneo signed a two-year deal.

“Can officially say that I LOVE MY JOB. Thank you for the trust (Fuelmasters),” the rookie guard wrote on his Instagram post.

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Tio averaged 7.41 points on 31.43-percent shooting from deep in 14:31 minutes of play per game in the UAAP Season 84 men’s basketball tournament, where Ateneo’s three-season reign was ended by University of the Philippines.

Meanwhile, Serrano, who played for Ginebra 3×3, also signed his rookie contract with Phoenix.

The La Salle standout is set to bring his experience from the amateur leagues, where he won MVP awards in the National Basketball League and Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League.

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