GRADUATION YEARBOOK: Thompson’s message to Perpetual
Norman Lee Benjamin Riego on Oct 22, 2015 06:21 PM
FUEGO ALTAS. Scottie Thompson will no longer be part of University of Perpetual Help next season.
Scottie Thompson has already moved on to the next phase of his basketball career as the hope for Barangay Ginebra San Miguel, but his alma mater University of Perpetual Help will always remember his contributions to their basketball program and school community.
We caught up with “Earl the Pearl” in this edition of ABS-CBN’s Graduation Yearbook.
How are you feeling after playing your final NCAA game – which ended as a loss at the hands of Letran?
Sobrang sakit, sobrang nakakapanghina, yung parang ayaw mo nang maglaro. Binigay ko naman lahat, pero nagkulang lang performance namin as a team. Pero simula nung nag-attend na ako ng practice sa Ginebra, unti-unti nang nawawala yung sakit… pero nandun pa rin. Nalulungkot ako kasi hindi ko na nga nabigyan ng Finals yung Perpetual, nalaglag pa kami sa Final Four.
Here's Letran consoling Scottie Thompson who played in his final NCAA game. https://t.co/cGz8WDU5tj— Normie Riego (@riegogogo) Oktubre 9, 2015
Scotie Thompson still on the bench as the Perpetual alma mater song plays for the last time with him in a A... https://t.co/pQWRntziO6— Normie Riego (@riegogogo) Oktubre 9, 2015
What is the legacy you will be leaving behind to the Altas?
Binigyan ko ng lakas ng loob ang Perpetual para lumaban.
What is your final message to the Perpetual community?
Sana patuloy ninyong suportahan ang Perpetual sa mga susunod pang season tsaka suportahan ninyo rin ako rito sa PBA.
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