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Ricky Vargas remains as PBA chairman

Having taken the PBA in a new direction after a tumultuous 2017, the league’s Board of Governors has retained Ricky Vargas as its chairman for the 44th season of the league.

Moreover, for the second straight year, Vargas will serve as the league’s chairman and as the president of the Philippine Olympic Committee.

This will be his third term as chairman as well.

“I’m humbled to serve once again as the chair of the PBA Board,” expressed Vargas.

Also retaining their posts are Dickie Bachmann of Alaska (vice chairman) and Phoenix’s Raymond Zorilla (treasurer).

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