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    Friday, July 15, 2011

    B-Meg's New Import Myron Allen to Replace Darnell Hinson in PBA Governors' Cup 2011: I Feel Sorry for Hinson

    After showing his worth in the B-Meg Derby Ace Llamados' line-up, Darnell Hinson will have to leave the Llamados because of legal problems involving his family. He needed to appear in the court proceeding personally. Thus, he needed to be replaced immediately. Fortunately, one of B-Meg's top import prospects for the Governors' Cup 2011 was reportedly available and so they immediately contacted him. His name is Myron Allen. He's expected to arrive on Sunday.

    Allen plays the guard position. If needed, he can play the point guard position. He stands 6'0 flat in the USA. Approximately, he stands 5'11 here in the Philippines. When I saw his videos, I told to my self that he's like Jeremy Wise. He's also lefty and he can play inside and out. He can drive the ball hard to the basket and he can also shoot three pointers. The good thing about Allen is that he has a rich global basketball experience. He's played both in the WBA and ABA.

    Here are his professional basketball averages:

    Finished the 2004-05 season with the Arkansas ArchAngels in the WBA. Led the league in scoring (26.8 ppg) and ranked fifth in assists (6.1 apg) in 17 games. Started the year with the Fresno Heat Wave in the ABA. Played in five games, averaging 21.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 6.2 assists. Played with the Brevard Blue Ducks in the summer of 2003. Averaged 7.7 points and 2.3 assists in 12 games.

    Here's how he does his thing on the court.

    1 comment:

    NoUse4aName said...

    Same here man. Hinson might be credited for the 2 losses (ugly losses that is) during his tenure as BMeg's imprt but there's something in his game that shows very god chemistry to compliment James Yap's outside shooting. Too bad his going back to the US. I wish him luck.

    As for the new import, I dunno. All hype about the vertical leap and his showmanship. But I look beyond that. Let's not forget that he played for a Div. II school and not Div I NCAA. His tour of duty after that is less spectacular. Playing for a now defunct NBDL team and stints from lesser known teams abroad. I dont wanna play Jester but I hope he's the right fir for BMeg.

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