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B.League: Kobe Paras sits out last two Niigata games


Kobe Paras did not play in the last two games of Niigata this season.

Despite not having Paras and Rosco Allen, Albirex BB split their last weekend series in the 2021-22 B.League season against the Yokohama B-Corsairs, losing last Saturday, 70-76, before ending their campaign with an 82-70 victory at City Hall Plaza Aore.

Paras ended up playing 49 games in his first pro season, averaging 8.2 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 1.2 assists.

Niigata ended its campaign with a 7-45 record — last place in the 22-team league.

Yokohama, meanwhile, finished with a 22-35 slate.

It is still unknown whether Paras will be renewed by Niigata for one more run. He did not enter the 2022 PBA Rookie Draft.

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