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(C) Gian Mamuyac


Rain or Shine locks Mamuyac, Ildefonso, Clarito for two years

Rain or Shine has once again secured its future.

The Elasto Painters have signed its 2022 PBA Draft picks Gian Mamuyac, Shaun Ildefonso, and Jhonard Clarito to respective two-year deals on Monday.

Representing Rain or Shine in the contract signing were Mike Nieto, team governor Atty. Mert Mondragon, assistant team manager Jireh Ibanes, and basketball operations head Caloy Garcia.

Mamuyac was the fifth overall pick in the draft. A 6-foot-2 winger, Mamuyac has developed from being more than just a defensive specialist; he is now known as a knockdown shooter.

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(C) Shaun Ildefonso

Meanwhile, Ildefonso is a 6-foot-2 workhorse who can both rebound and score in the paint. He was the 10th overall pick in the draft.

Mamuyac, who is represented by Titan Management Group, and Ildefonso can be called up anytime by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas during FIBA competitions.

Clarito also stands at 6-foot-2 and is a known blue-collar worker during his long stint with San Juan.

Yet to be signed by Rain or Shine are RJ Ramirez and Rhaffy Octobre.

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