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    Sunday, September 4, 2011

    Paul Lee of Rain or Shine Will Get A Salary of 150, 000 - 225,000 PESOS Per Month

    The Rain or Shine Elasto Painters are so happy with the performance of their sole draft pick, Paul Lee, in his first training session with them. They are so happy that they signed a 3-year contract deal with him worth 8.7 million pesos and they also gave him a maximum salary deal.

    The maximum salary deal will give Paul Lee a whopping monthly salary worth 150,000 pesos in his first year, 225,000 pesos in his second year of playing with the team and 350,000 pesos in his third year.

    The Rain or Shine management thinks that Lee deserves the maximum salary deal because he's a good player. In fact, the Team Owner of Rain or Shine, Mr. Raymund Yu praised their number 2 pick. He said that:

    “He was very impressive in practice. He plays more like a veteran than a rookie and he has high basketball IQ.”

    Well, I have to agree to Mr. Yu said, Lee is indeed a terrific player.

    1 comment:

    Anonymous said...

    He'll surely make an impact in his rookie year. He is one of those hard working, thinking point guards ever to play in the UAAP. He can shoot from the outside, he can drive the ball to the hoop, he can see the open man for a pass and rebound decently. He's an A1 player.

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