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    Tuesday, December 3, 2013

    Bobby Ray Parks Leaves NU To Join NBA Draft Next Year (2014): No More Parks In UAAP 77



    BallersPinas File (C) John Neil Sangalang

    By BallersPinas


    2-time UAAP MVP Bobby Ray Parks will no longer be playing for the NU Bulldogs next year in the UAAP Season 77 Men's Basketball Wars, that's according to an interview conducted by GMANetwork.com.

    Ray Parks disclosed to GMANetwork.com that he will no longer be with the Bulldogs next year because he is planning to pursue his dreams of making it to the biggest stage of pro-basketball, the NBA.

    He will soon get a college degree after he graduates on March 2014. After graduation, he will try his luck in the NBA Draft 2014.

    But before that, he will train with family friend Mike Miller of the Memphis Grizzlies as part of his preparation for next year's NBA Draft workouts.

    Parks will also join the Team Pilipinas contingent that will participate in the upcoming South-East Asian Games slated on December 11, 2013 in Myanmar.

    Meanwhile, Hans Sy and Coach Junel Baculi of NU have not yet commented on Parks' abrupt decision.



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