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Thirdy Ravena trains with San-En for first time

Thirdy Ravena has finally joined San-En.

After quarantining for 14 days, the 6-foot-3 winger completed his first full practice with the NeoPhoenix, Saturday morning.

The UAAP’s only three-time men’s basketball Finals MVP also had to hand over a cake to fellow import Kyle Hunt, who was celebrating his 31st birthday.

San-En is hoping that Ravena’s arrival will boost the team’s campaign in the 2020-21 B.League season.

The NeoPhoenix currently sport a 1-9 slate — only winning its first game last October 28 against Kyoto, 94-75.

Prior to that, San-En has been demolished by an average margin of 22.37 points per game.

Ravena will make his debut on November 7 in a road game against Shimane.

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