Kevin Quiambao reiterates commitment to La Salle

La Salle Green Archers star Kevin Quiambao. –


La Salle Green Archers star Kevin Quiambao. –

La Salle Green Archers star Kevin Quiambao. –MARLO CUETO/

MANILA, Philippines — Kevin Quiambao remained committed to La Salle’s upcoming title retention bid in the UAAP Season 87 men’s basketball tournament later this year amid receiving multiple offers.

The reigning UAAP Season and Finals MVP admitted that he pondered what’s best for his young career.

But he decided to stay with the Green Archers, keeping his word when he promised to play one more year for the school last December.

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“After countless days and weeks of praying and weighing on what’s best for me and my family, Spending time in God’s Word is the only way to grow closer to Him,” wrote Quiambao on Facebook.

“I’ve decided to fulfill my promise for DLSU and [the]Lasallian Community. To God be the Glory. Animo.”

The 22-year-old forward attracted multiple offers after a stellar Season 86 when he emerged as the runaway MVP winner.

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Quiambao, who played for Gilas Pilipinas in the first window of the Fiba Asia Cup qualifiers, even received an offer from the United Arab Emirates to be its naturalized player during his stint with Strong Group in Dubai.

The Season 85 Rookie of the Year wasn’t part of the Green Archers’ roster in their ongoing campaign in the 2024 PBA D-League.

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The 6-foot-7 player led La Salle’s series comeback against the University of the Philippines to end the school’s six-year title drought.


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