San Miguel Alab Pilipinas is slowly building a team to be reckoned with in the upcoming Asean Basketball League season.
After adding 6-foot-5 forward Caelan Tiongson to the mix last July, the Philippine-based club team recently secured the commitment of 6-foot-7 Filipino-American Brandon Rosser to the mix.
Brandon is the younger brother of four-year PBA pro Matt Ganuelas-Rosser.
“Yes, he is joining Alab,” team owner Charlie Dy told Tiebreaker Times, confirming the signing.
Rosser recently finished his collegiate career with the University of California-Riverside Highlanders, playing there for two years. In his stint there, he averaged 5.6 points and 3.6 rebounds.
He started out his collegiate career with Central Arizona College before transferring.
Alab looks to load up as for the upcoming season, as the team owners of the league have deemed to remove the ASEAN Heritage Imports for each team. Each squad will now be allowed to have three World Imports.
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