The curious case of San Miguel's braids

Paul Lintag on Apr 17, 2017 05:26 PM
The curious case of San Miguel's braids
As San Miguel continues to pile on the wins, the reigning three-time All-Filipino champs currently have three in the Commissioner's Cup with no defeats, it's important for the Beermen to keep things light as the PBA grind gets heavier by the day.

The Beermen do a lot of winning in the PBA, so naturally, they need to keep finding ways to keep things fun and not boring.

Yep, that's actually a burden if you really think about it.

And as with everything they do, the Beermen have gotten better at having fun as well.

Arwind Santos has taken over full DJ duties at the San Miguel camp, providing incredible music for everyone.

Following the Holy Week break, a handful of Beermen then messed up with their hair and debut braids.

Chris Ross, Alex Cabagnot, and Brian Huruela all sported the look on Easter Sunday against Star. It was well-thought out plan for the team's point guards.

"it was just a thing we talked about in practice, Alex, Ross, and I. Actually, Semerad had it yesterday but I guess he took it off," Huruela said on the braids.

"Just something different. Alex found a guy to braid our hair. He came into our practice and braided the other guys," Ross added on how theu actually managed to pull it off.

As San Miguel continues to pile on the wins, the reigning three-time All-Filipino champs currently have three in the Commissioner's Cup with no defeats, it's important for the Beermen to keep things light as the PBA grind gets heavier by the day.

"That's the thing. We're trying to build the team and just have fun," Ross said.

As the team continues to explore new trends, Ross said he might also considering dyeing his hair.

However, the Beermen already have a gray-haired Jack Frost in the lineup so that plan is shelved for now.

"I want to but Arnold [Van Opstal} beat me to it. So maybe after next conference," Ross said.

 

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