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FEU’s Joseph Nunag signs with NZ NBL’s Franklin

Joseph Nunag will once again play in the New Zealand-National Basketball League.

This time around, the 6-foot guard will not be playing alongside Ken Tuffin as he has opted to sign with Franklin for this season.

The Bulls made the announcement on their Instagram page.

Nunag, who was a fourth-year Tamaraw in Far Eastern University back in UAAP Season 82, played for Taranaki last year, averaging 0.6 points, 0.6 rebounds, and 0.3 assists in 18 minutes of action.

Franklin was the team eliminated by Taranaki during the battle for fourth last season.

Back in UAAP Season 82, Nunag averaged 2.4 points per contest.

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