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PBA Pass-Through: Narvasa new PBA CEO, Compton on Jeffers



March 10, 2016

Phoenix arrested a three-game losing skid after beating Mahindra on Wednesday night, 114-99. Alaska meanwhile, kept rolling as the team recorded its fourth straight win via hard-fought 86-80 decision over Barangay Ginebra.

Here are news and tidbits in today’s edition of the PBA Pass-Through.

Narvasa new PBA CEO

Current PBA Commissioner Atty. Chito Narvasa has been named PBA CEO Wednesday after a Board of Governors meeting.

Narvasa will assume the position and shall replace PBA Chairman Robert Non, who took over the role on an interim basis following the resignation of former CEO Atty. Chito Salud.

Compton admits trying to get Jeffers in the pastOthyus Jeffers

Alaska head coach Alex Compton opened up about how he, back when he was an assistant coach for other teams, always sought for the services of now Barangay Ginebra import Othyus Jeffers. Compton had high praise for Jeffers’ toughness in the match-up even though the Aces limited Jeffers to a woeful 7-for-25 from the field.

“I think I’ve told you, since 2010 I’ve been trying to get Jeffers since he is a great player and is unbelievably tough. My respect for him is off the roof. For us to defend him well, it is a sigh of relief,” he said.

Alaska moved to 4-1 overall, winning its last four matches.