Ginebra Kings invades Cebu

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014


TEAM Ginebra Kings made the crowd go wild during their mall tours last July 12. The team visited Gaisano Grand Mall in Lapu-Lapu City and Gaisano Country Mall in Banilad mainly to promote Ginebra products and interact with their enthusiastic followers.

Greg Slaughter, also spent time with his fans and supporters during his visit to his alma mater, the University of Visayas.

During the basketball clinic at Mandaue Sports Complex, the team gave the aspiring players the opportunity to participate and learn the techniques of how the Ginebra team play in order to develop their skills in the court. The clinic focused on helping the athletes improve their skills and develop their talent by learning basic practice drills and the fundamentals of playing basketball. The team also led an exhibition game versus the University of the Visayas at Mandaue Sports Complex.

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Emmanuel Monfort, Chris Ellis, Greg Sanchez, Marc Baracael and Dylan Ababou were among the Ginebra players who came. (Ninachleo Dianne O. Saplad, STC Mass Comm intern)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on July 24, 2014.

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