Kobe Paras commits to play for Cal State Northridge
"I'm just glad to say I'm committing to Cal State Northridge." --- Kobe Paras.
Kobe Paras has made a decision regarding his NCAA journey in the United States.
Paras, who spent last season with the Creighton Bluejays, said Tuesday in a conference call that he is verbally committed to play at Cal State Northridge.
"I believe Cal State Northridge has an amazing program. Coach Reggie [Theus] is a great guy," Paras said.
"I'm just glad to say I'm committing to Cal State Northridge," the son of PBA legend Benjie Paras added.
I am happy to say that I have verbally committed to play at Cal State University Northridge.— Kobe | KoKo Wave (@_kokoparas) May 9, 2017
Can't wait to be back on the court playing! pic.twitter.com/VcQv4KJPRE
Cal State Northridge plays in the Big West Conference and has two NCAA tournament appearance under its belt.
The Matadors are coached by Reggie Theus, a former NBA first round draft pick by the Chicago Bulls and a former coach of the Los Angeles D-Fenders in the NBA D-League.
Paras left Creighton last month after appearing in 15 of 35 games for the Bluejays, including the team's first round loss in the NCAA tournament.
Kobe, who originally committed to play for UCLA before landing at Creighton, averaged 1.3 points, and 1.0 rebounds in 4.7 minutes per outing.
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