At just 34 years old, LA Tenorio is already looking at the possibilities for his career after the game.
The two-time PBA Finals Most Valuable Player is part of the coaching staff of newly-minted Letran head coach Bonnie Tan. Tenorio, who is in his 13th year in the pros, will join lead assistant Lou Gatumbato, Raymond Tiongco, and RJ Guevara as the team’s staff.
During his stellar run, Tenorio has also put up a basketball academy and has served as a mentor to various youth basketball programs.
On the side, Tenorio has also dabbled into broadcasting as well.
Besides the core of the Letran Knights, Petron’s squad will also have Alvin Pasaol as a guest player.
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