SAN Miguel lastly broke up its so-called ‘Fatality 5. On Monday, the SMB Trades Arwin Santos, the former MVP, to NorthPort for the services of newly-acquired onward Vic Manuel.
The PBA profession committee currently authorized the one-on-one offer.
In a shocker of an action, San Miguel has let go of among its columns. It has traded Arwind Santos to NorthPort Batang pier in exchange for Vic Manuel in a one-for-one offer.
The offer has received approval from the PBA Commissioner’s Workplace, as announced by the PBA organization on Monday mid-day.
It came as a shock to numerous since Santos has been a massive factor behind SMB’s success in the last 12 years he played there.
Traded by Air21 to SMB San Miguel Beermen back in 2009, he won 9 champions with the ball club, consisting of an unmatched Philippine Cup five-peat from 2015-19.
His time with the fabled ball club additionally saw him bag the MVP award in 2013. He was the last to win the plum before June Mar Fajardo started his regime.
A member of the organization’s 40 Greatest Athletes, Santos also won two Finals MVPs, 2 BPC titles, and seven Mythological Group citations with San Miguel.
Currently, he’s about to play for the same team he and the Beermen defeated greatly in the last Philippine Cup– in the removals and then in the quarters.
The 40-year-old veteran Santos averaged 12.3 points, 8.1 rebounds, and 1.3 blocks in his last game with SMB. There, they lost to ultimate champs TNT in the semis.
Meanwhile, Manuel saw himself traded simply two days after Phoenix az Super LPG sent him to NorthPort in a multi-player bargain.
Likewise, throughout his remain with the Beermen, he ran away with the MVP plum in 2013, the last player to win the private honor before teammate June Mar Fajardo started his string of 6 MVP titles.
Santos additionally won 2 Finals MVP with the Beermen in 2011 when they irritated the conquest quote of Talk N Text by winning the making a decision Video game 7 of the Governors Cup title collection, as well as in the 2015 Philippine Cup when his clutch 3 -pointer late in Game 7 clinched the title for the team.
Meanwhile, the advancement also implied Manuel would not be returning to wear the jacket of the same franchise business that prepared him in the first round almost a decade ago.
Barely had the 34-year-old veteran ahead warmed up his seat with the Batang Pier when he located himself on the move yet once more.
It was the third time Vic Manuel was traded this season that saw him jump ship from Alaska to Phoenix metro before the beginning of the 46th season, and afterward simply over the weekend, when he was sent by the Fuel Masters together with Michael Calisaan to the Batang Pier for Sean Anthony, Sean Manganti, and also a 2021 second-round pick.