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Rafi Reavis back for 19th PBA season, renews with Magnolia

Rafi Reavis will play out his 21st season as a pro. 

The 6-foot-8 big man, who was drafted to the PBA back in 2002, has decided to re-sign with Magnolia.

Chito Victolero bared the development in The Chasedown.

Also back are Kyle Pascual and Mon Abundo.

“I don’t know yung length ng kontrata nila at yung ibang detalye. Ang sa akin lang yung recommendation para mabuo yung team,” said Victolero.

Reavis remained a steady presence for Magnolia despite being 43 years old inside the PBA bubble, averaging 4.0 points and 6.45 rebounds in 28 minutes of game time.

Pascual, a 6-foot-6 forward, played in three games. Meanwhile, Abundo, a 5-foot-8 guard, played in four.

The only player Magnolia is waiting for is Marc Pingris, who is going to make his decision next month.

“Ang huli naming pag-uusap, he continues to do his rehab and therapy para lumakas siya,” shared Victolero.

The team let go of Michael Calisaan and Jessie Saitanan earlier this week.

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