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Blackwater re-signs Ron Dennison for PBA Season 46

Ron Dennison received a pleasant surprise during Blackwater’s first practice of the year.

The Bossing brass handed a one-year contract extension to the 6-foot-1 defensive specialist, Monday at Aero Center Basketball Court in Quezon City.

With him during the signing were Titan Management Group’s PJ Pilares and Blackwater team manager Jacob Nunez.

Dennison, a product of Far Eastern University, was selected as the 21st overall pick in the 2018 PBA Rookie Draft by Phoenix.

The Cebuano was shipped by the Fuel Masters to the Elite last January 16.

In the PBA bubble, the 27-year-old played in all 11 games of Blackwater, averaging 3.73 points, 3.64 rebounds, 1.18 assists, and almost a steal per game.

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