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Louie Brill’s sons apply for PBA Draft

Remember NCC player Louie Brill? His two sons are ready to continue his legacy.

This as brothers Louie III and Loren have submitted their draft application forms to the PBA Office in Libis, Pasig.

Louie III, 26, was part of Energen-Pilipinas that won the 2011 SEABA Under-16 championship.

The 6-foot guard played college ball in Our Lady of Good Counsel High School.

He would come back home in 2019, playing for Diliman College-Gerry’s Grill and Marinerong Pilipino.

On the other hand, Loren, 24, is a product of Old Dominion University.

During his senior year, he only had a total of three points, two rebounds, and one assist.

The two are clients of Espiritu Manotoc Basketball Management.

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