Jeron can't wait for PBA comeback as Aces workouts "too hard"
Paul Kennedy Lintag on Jul 29, 2020 04:27 PM
"Sana makabalik na kasi naka-kapagod yung workout namin, halos araw-araw na rin eh. Mas nakakapagod pa kaysa sa training namin." — Jeron Teng, jokingly of course.
The PBA is oh so close of having all its 12 teams resume practice, especially since the league finally acquired official government clearance to do so.
As the PBA inches closer to a 2020 return, Jeron Teng is one of the many players that are itching to get back on the court.
In fact, when the PBA eventually returns, Teng will be in top shape.
"Kami sa Alaska, grabe kami mag-workout," Jeron said on a recent PBA Kamustahan episode as Alaska has been conducting Zoom workouts for its players.
"Sana makabalik na kasi naka-kapagod yung workout namin, halos araw-araw na rin eh. Mas nakakapagod pa kaysa sa training namin," he added with a laugh.
The Aces have not played an official PBA game yet in 2020 so it's actually been a while.
Before the pandemic shut down pretty much everything, including the PBA, Alaska was gearing up for a bounce back season.
[Related: PBA: Cariaso's Aces ready to start fresh]
Jeron hopes they can stay the course, especially as they a rather unique season if the PBA does manage to come back this year.
"I think the next conference would be more meaningful because it will show how the players are preparing even during this pandemic," Teng said.
"At para rin may maipakita tayo sa mga PBA fans na entertainment and something to look forward to," Jeron added.
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