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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 8:29 pm 
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Parks, Japeth, Kiefer root for Kai Sotto, but warn it won't be easy
by RANDOLPH B. LEONGSON
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KAI Sotto is now the Philippines' next great hope - a gangling 7-foot-2 wunderkind who fans hope will become so good some day to be the first homegrown Filipino player to make it to the NBA.

He needs all our prayers.

Actually, he's not the first to harbor that dream.

Johnny Abarrientos nearly got his chance in the nineties, but the call from the Charlotte Hornets never came. June Mar Fajardo almost had an NBA D-League tryout back in 2011 courtesy of legendary mentor Tim Cone through Dallas scout Jim Kelly.

There were also a handful of those who tried.

Japeth Aguilar left Ateneo for Western Kentucky in 2007, got to the D-League after the Santa Cruz Warriors drafted him in the seventh round at 109th overall in the 2012 NBA D-League Draft, largely serving as a practice player before coming back home in 2013.

It was Bobby Ray Parks' turn in the 2015 NBA D-League Draft, with the Texas Legends selecting him in the second round, 25th overall. The two-time UAAP MVP out of NU played one season with the Dallas Mavericks affiliate, averaging 4.6 points and 1.9 rebounds in 32 games before returrning home.

Kiefer Ravena was signed as a developmental player by the Texas Legends but, like Aguilar, never got to see action in the NBA D-League.

All three never made it. But they sure want to see Kai Sotto try.

"Go for it," said Parks, the most vocal in his support for Kai among the three. "Even if I had a son, I would tell him go to the States. If that's his dream of making it to the NBA, that's what he has to do. People will give their own left arm for it.

"He has the talent, he has the height, and I wish him all the best. I just wish he gets put in a position as early as now to be in that line of competition," the two-time UAAP MVP continued.

Aguilar, now a PBA star and a mainstay of the national team, said the prodigious teen will have to overcome several challenges, homesickness among them.

"For sure, the biggest challenge is that he will be outside of his comfort zone," said Aguilar. "Syempre it's an unfamiliar place, away from his family, he will definitely feel homesick. He will definitely have an adjusting period to their culture as well as the basketball culture there."

That's where a tough mentality comes in, Parks said. "He needs to be mentally tough cause you're there alone. You start from scratch."

"Here, basketball is basically like being an artista, you're always in the limelight. But there, you're treated like you're nothing. Are you mentally tough enough to go through that? And it's not for everybody. It's the road that not everybody takes."

Aguilar warned about the high level of competition overseas, saying Sotto will come have to prove himself either in Europe or US against players who are as tall, if not taller than him.

Work ethic, he added, usually separates the grain from the chaff.

"The level of competition is definitely higher with people around his size and athletic ability and they will all have the same goal. Kai will really have to work hard and put in the hours," elaborated Aguilar.

The journey will turn the boy into a man, Aguilar added.

"Three hours on court, three hours of weights and conditioning, iba yung pagod doon, iba yung exhaustion na mararanasan niya sa level of training doon. It will be physically taxing as well as emotionally draining. It’s going to be a journey for him from being a boy to becoming a man."

Ravena agreed, saying, "He just needs to be mentally stronger and tougher kasi when he gets there, he will face people with the same size or even bigger, di ba?"

But there's really no doubt for all three on Sotto's capability of reaching his dreams and being the first homegrown Filipino player to suit up in the NBA.

"I think he'll make it. I wish him all the best, I really want him to make it," said Parks. "The door is open. We've broken barriers already. It's time to step up on that light. Hopefully, he gets to develop his skills there because the competition is tough."

Aguilar added: "It’s definitely going to be difficult and competitive, but as long as he works his butt off and surrounds himself with the right people, I think he will make it.

"At the end of the day, he has the support of every Filipino coupled with his desire to achieve his goal. He already has the height, natural talent and all the potential, but with advanced and world-class training, it brings him closer to the possibility of getting into the NBA."

Ravena is just as optimistic.

"He has one foot inside already with the attention he’s getting and how large of an improvement he's had in terms of his game," he said. "He just gotta wake up and realize it's not a dream."

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 8:31 pm 
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Kai Sotto's NBA journey begins with two-month training in Atlanta
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KAI Sotto will train in the United States to begin a journey that he hopes would make him the first homegrown Filipino player in the NBA.

Sotto’s father Ervin Sotto bared the news during a send-off ceremony held on Tuesday at the Edsa Shangrila, saying the 7-foot-2 teenager will leave in April to train for two months in an Atlanta facility.

“Ang unang stop namin US para mag-training,” said Ervin, adding the focus will be on strengthening as the 16-year old aims to bulk up before embarking for the rest of the trip.

The elder Sotto said the rest of the itinerary, including a long-planned stint in Europe, has yet to be finalized.

Sotto's dad also said Kai is committed to play for Batang Gilas in the Fiba Under-19 Basketball World Cup in Greece.

The send-off attended by Sotto’s family, relatives, friends, teammates, and coaches was held after the Ateneo big man announced that he will be leaving the Philippines to pursue his NBA dream.

Sotto played for the Blue Eaglets for three seasons, winning the MVP award in his final juniors stint in UAAP Season 81. The former St. Francis of Assisi College-Las Piñas product also won the UAAP finals MVP in Season 80 and the Rookie of the Year in Season 79.

Ervin said it was Kai’s handlers who made the decision to head over to Atlanta for training. The Sotto family recently signed with player agency firm East West Private LLC which will handle the career of Kai from hereon.

“Alam mo naman ‘yung basketball, physical game. Para makipagsabayan siya sa mga malalakas na players, kailangan magstart muna siya ng intensive training para lumakas katawan niya," said Ervin.

Ervin expressed confidence that his son will be able to develop even more with exposure to top-notch training in Atlanta.

“Nandoon naman ‘yung basketball skills niya at basketball IQ sa laro. Para sa akin, as a father niya, at ex-professional basketball player, ang nakikita kong kulang niya is ‘yung pagpapalakas ng katawan, competition, at exposure,” said Ervin.


Ervin said he will be accompanying his son in the US before their entire family will join him for the two-month training.

Ervin said it was not an easy decision for the family on whether to entertain the offers abroad for Kai. The former PBA player said he had to consult a lot of people including family, friends, and even former teammates at St. Francis where he played college as well as in the PBA for advice.

In the end, training abroad was what they believe was what’s the best for Kai.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 8:33 pm 
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US NCAA not part of plan as Kai Sotto headed for Europe, says dadby REUBEN TERRADO
1 HOUR AGO


KAI Sotto is targeting a stint in Europe, instead of the United States, in an ambitious bid to reach his dream of making it to the NBA.

Sotto’s father Ervin bared during Tuesday’s send-off ceremony that there are no plans to have his son play in the US NCAA, saying they are strongly looking at going to Europe for continuous training.

“Wala sa plano namin maglaro sa US NCAA,” said Sotto. “Slim siya maglaro doon.”

Seeing how European players have developed over the years before making it to the NBA, Ervin recognized the best chance for the prodigious teenager to make it to the NBA is through Europe.

“Kung marunong ka tumingin ng player, marunong ka tumingin ng laro at basketball, alam mo ‘yung skill set ng anak ko. Mas maganda talaga mag-train siya sa Europe at maglaro sa Europe,” said Ervin.

“Kung titignan mo, top 10 big man sa NBA nasa Europe. Mostly, mga 50, 60 percent Europe (big man). Kahit si Kai, tanungin mo, alam niya kung nasan siya puwedeng mag-fit para makuha ‘yung goal niya,” said Sotto.

So far, Ervin confirmed four European ballclubs have a standing offer for Kai to play under their program. But before deciding on which team to choose, Kai will be training for two months in the US to strengthen his body.

Ervin said they are not in a hurry to decide on where Kai will be playing in Europe as they are also focused on their son’s stint in the Fiba Under-19 Basketball World Cup stint of the Philippines.

“Ang tinitignan muna namin is training sa US. After nun, meron pa naman siyang Under-19 sa June. Nagpapalakas siya sa sarili niya at nagpapalakas siya sa Fiba Under-19,” said Ervin.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 8:35 pm 
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Kai Sotto assures PH team commitment despite overseas stintby REUBEN TERRADO
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KAI Sotto is fully committed to playing for the Philippine national team even in wake of his decision to go abroad to fulfill his dream of becoming the first-ever local born NBA player.

Sotto’s father Ervin said Kai will be suiting up for the country in the 2019 Fiba Under-19 World Cup this year in Heraklion, Greece from June 29 to July 7.

Ervin said he will also play for the national team if the senior national squad will also invite him to any competitions in any level like the Fiba World Cup and its qualifiers, Asian Games, or even the Southeast Asian Games that will be held in the next few years.

Ervin said the contract they have signed with their agent East West Private allows Kai to play in international competitions for the Philippines.

“Sa kontrata na pinirmahan namin ni Kai at sa pipirmahan namin sa anong club, number one priority namin ‘yung Gilas,” Sotto said. “Ano mang oras na kailanganin ng Pilipinas ‘yung serbisyo ng anak ko, expect niyo na nandoon ‘yung bata.”


“Ano man (tournament), maglalaro ‘yung bata. Dream na ‘yun,” said Sotto.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 8:48 pm 
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Kai Sotto assures PH team commitment despite overseas stintby REUBEN TERRADO
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KAI Sotto is fully committed to playing for the Philippine national team even in wake of his decision to go abroad to fulfill his dream of becoming the first-ever local born NBA player.

Sotto’s father Ervin said Kai will be suiting up for the country in the 2019 Fiba Under-19 World Cup this year in Heraklion, Greece from June 29 to July 7.

Ervin said he will also play for the national team if the senior national squad will also invite him to any competitions in any level like the Fiba World Cup and its qualifiers, Asian Games, or even the Southeast Asian Games that will be held in the next few years.

Ervin said the contract they have signed with their agent East West Private allows Kai to play in international competitions for the Philippines.

“Sa kontrata na pinirmahan namin ni Kai at sa pipirmahan namin sa anong club, number one priority namin ‘yung Gilas,” Sotto said. “Ano mang oras na kailanganin ng Pilipinas ‘yung serbisyo ng anak ko, expect niyo na nandoon ‘yung bata.”


“Ano man (tournament), maglalaro ‘yung bata. Dream na ‘yun,” said Sotto.


Kudos for the sense of nationalism and patriotism to our country!

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:11 am 
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kinawawa ni Jalen Green itong si kai sotto
mabagal at mahina pa ngayon. at hindi masyado tumatakbo sa kabilang court para dumepensa.
sana ma kondisyon ang katawan nya. malamang lamang ito ang the next greg slaughter or maybe EJ Feihl :D

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:00 am 
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Jalen Green is a top prospect in his class here in the US... He's no ordinary FilAm baller visiting the country.

Kai is progressing okay.. and with better training and competitions ahead, his future is bright.
With the failures of those the came before him, I'm hoping he'll do better with some smile from lady luck :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:58 pm 
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sana magpatrain nalang si Kai kay Slowter :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:16 pm 
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FunkyDog wrote:
kinawawa ni Jalen Green itong si kai sotto
mabagal at mahina pa ngayon. at hindi masyado tumatakbo sa kabilang court para dumepensa.
sana ma kondisyon ang katawan nya. malamang lamang ito ang the next greg slaughter or maybe EJ Feihl :D


That's why he decided to train oversees so he'll improve unlike the names mentioned...

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Kai Sotto keeps door open for PBA despite NBA dreamby REUBEN TERRADO
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DESPITE his son's dream to make it to the NBA, Ervin Sotto said he still sees Kai Sotto playing in the PBA someday.

The Sotto family is going all out in helping Kai achieve his dream of playing in the NBA as they will leave for the United States this April for a two-month training before heading out to Europe where several ballclubs have already offered the 7-foot-2 big man a contract.

Ervin, though, said he is not discounting the possibility of his son playing in the PBA in the future, as Kai will return to the Philippines whatever happens to his NBA bid.

“Kahit anong mangyari, babalik at babalik siya rito,” said Ervin in an interview during a send-off party for his son organized by Chooks to Go. “Pilipino ‘yan eh. Siyempre, maglalaro siya sa PBA.”

“Pero hindi ngayon,” added Ervin, who had an eight-year career in the PBA.

The odds, however, is that Kai will not be playing in the PBA anytime very soon.

The 16-year-old Sotto has shown tremendous potential that he has drawn interest from European ballclubs in Real Madrid, Barcelona, Baskonia, and Estudiantes in Spain, and Alba Berlin.

To further improve Kai’s game, the Sotto family has agreed with their son’s handlers, East West Private LLC, that he train in Atlanta for two months before deciding on which European team he will go.

Kai, however, has expressed commitment to play for the national team despite his stint in Europe.

“’Yun muna. May proseso. Hindi ko sinasabi na hindi siya maglalaro (dito). Para sa akin, maglalaro siya (sa PBA),” said Ervin.

“Kahit anong mangyari, maglalaro ‘yung bata sa Gilas,” Ervin added.

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Family's sacrifices make road to NBA far easier for Kai Sottoby CHRISTIAN JACINTO
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EVER since he was thrust into the spotlight as a towering 12-year old kid, Kai Sotto faced an enormous amount of pressure from all fronts.

Will he stay? Will he take the risk of playing abroad and pursuing his NBA dream? How will his skillset develop?

Those are just some of the questions that Sotto had to deal with on a daily basis, questions with life-altering implications, not normal for a kid his age.

Luckily for him, his parents Ervin and Pamela, are always there for guidance.

"Mahirap, hindi siya naging madali," shared the Sotto patriarch during the official send-off ceremony for Kai hosted by Chooks-to-Go's last Tuesday.

"Kahit yung tatay ko tinanong ko, yung biyenan ko, lahat ng malalapit sakin tinanong ko talaga kung tama itong magiging decision namin. Positive naman ang response nila," he added.

A lot of fans felt it was a no-brainer, saying Sotto must head overseas, either to Europe or the US, if he is to truly unlock his full potential.

But it's not the easiest decision, either. After all, it's still the life of a 16-year old that's the centerpiece of this decision.

"Actually ayaw ko talaga, nung una ako ang may ayaw, kasi 'yung the thought na mag-isa si Kai, hindi ako agree kasi I can see na hindi pa siya independent," said Pamela Sotto, Kai's mother.

"Yun lang naman ang concern ko. Walang magluluto, walang maglalaba for him. Kasi, malaki lang siya pero bata pa rin," he added.

That's why it took them over a year to make the decision, regardless of the mouth-watering offers from teams abroad.

His father took everything in consideration. Does Kai have the tools physically to compete? And how well can he adjust to international competition.

"Nung naglaro siya sa China [for a Fiba youth event], sabi ko, 'Kai, ito yung test mo para makita kung hanggang san ka,'" shared Ervin.

"Yung nag World (Cup) sa Argentina, may usapan kami, may goal kami na tignan natin kung uubra ka dito. Kung uubra ka, tignan natin yung next na gagawin."

When Ervin was finally satisfied with Kai's progress, then came the hard part.

For the family, it came down to choosing the club that will give Kai the support that he needs - including having his family with him all throughout.

After getting that assurance from all of Kai's suitors, that was only the time when the family made the decision.

"When we moved from Las Pinas to Ateneo, kasama yung family, ngayon pa kaya na tatawid ka ng lupa?" the elder Sotto said.

But Ervin made one thing clear. While the elder Sotto presented to Kai all the options available, it was still the 7-foot-2 teenager who had the final say.

"Ako rin naman ang nag-decide. Alam ko rin naman na para sa akin din ito, para sa pamilya namin," said Kai.

When the time comes that the Philippines can finally say it has a homegrown player in the NBA, the spotlight will shine brighter than ever on Kai. And rightfully so.

But save some of that credit to his parents, who made all the sacrifices to enable the prodigious kid to realize his dream.

"Laban natin lahat to. Kasama narin ang mga Pilipino na nag-dream na ma-break ni Kai yung barrier sa NBA," said Sotto.

"Pag nangyari 'yun, sigurado lahat tayo magiging masaya."

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 8:15 pm 
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Europe can wait as Kai Sotto focuses on US training
by RANDOLPH B. LEONGSON
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FIVE European teams are out to get Kai Sotto's services, but so far, the 16-year-old wunderkind has yet to ponder on where he'll take his talents next.

"Wala pa kasi di pa kami nakakapag-decide," he said during the Chooks-to-Go-hosted sendoff party at Edsa Shangri-la on Tuesday night.

Barcelona, Real Madrid, Baskonia, and Estudiantes in Spain, as well as ALBA Berlin in Germany are intent on enlisting the UAAP Season 81 juniors Most Valuable Player.

Sotto has had the chance to soak in the atmosphere as he and his family visited some of those clubs late last year.

For now, though, the 7-foot-2 phenom is focused on his first order of business, which is to undergo intensive training in Atlanta.

"Sabi ng dad ko, mag-focus lang ako sa US kasi sobrang crucial noon para sa akin," he said.

Sotto also expects his mettle to be tested in this foray, one which he welcomes with open arms as he sees himself coming out to be a better player.

"Ine-expect ko na mahihirapan talaga ako kasi bago pa lang kami mag decide, sabi na nung dad ko sa akin na hindi ito magiging madali. Pero sabi niya rin sa akin, hindi ko makukuha lahat ng magagandang bagay ngayon kung hindi ko paghihirapan," he said.

"Ako naman, naniniwala ako sa kanya. Alam ko naman na makukuha ko yung dreams ko pag pinaghirapan ko talaga."

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Ateneo juniors coach has one final advice as Kai Sotto chases dream

by RANDOLPH B. LEONGSON


ATENEO coach Reggie Varilla would like to believe the school prepared Kai Sotto for the future in the three years the 7-foot-2 prodigy spent in the Blue Eaglets' nest.

Speaking on Tuesday during the send-off party for Sotto hosted by Chooks-to-Go, the youthful mentor said he is happy to see the 16-year-old center spread his wings.

"I'm not a fortune teller, but we certainly hope we did out part. Happy kami na natulungan namin siya to develop this early," he said.

Sotto has had a decorated run in Katipunan, winning the Rookie of the Year back in Season 79, leading Ateneo to the Season 80 title where he was adjudged the Finals MVP, and eventually winning the Season 81 MVP award.

Varilla takes pride in having coached Sotto from the moment he moved to Ateneo from St. Francis of Assisi to his final season before heading overseas.

"Yung history namin when he first played for Ateneo, doon siya sa team ko muna when I was handling the development team. Yung unang time na nagsuot siya ng Ateneo jersey and last time na nagsuot siya ng Ateneo jersey, kami yung magkasama," he said.

Varilla only wishes Sotto nothing but the best as he embarks on this new journey.

"Ang lagi ko lang sinasabi sa kanya is if you have a dream, chase it for your own reasons, not for anyone else's," the soft-spoken mentor said.

"It won't be easy. May araw na magiging masaya, may araw na mahirap, pero ang isipin mo lang we're all here, we're praying for you. Don't be pressured, don't play for us, play for yourself."

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ganda ng advise ng ex-coach niya...

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ganda ng advise ng ex-coach niya...


"Ang lagi ko lang sinasabi sa kanya is if you have a dream, chase it for your own reasons, not for anyone else's."
Don't be pressured, don't play for us, play for yourself."

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