Guiao says that Sotto can make the finale of PH 12
National coach Yeng Guiao said the 16-year-old Kai Sotto could still be included in the 12 Pilipin team teams to take part in the forthcoming AFBA Asian Boxing Fifth Box of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA).
Guiao, also the current head coach of the North Lausanne speed track, feels that the tough 7 & # 39; 1 Sotto is able to play with pro big boys, despite his gentle age.
"You would not want to say that he is only 16, as he plays against the big players, that's right to include him in the national team," Filip Guiao in a telephone interview told his novice to the new players on the first day of the team's first day at the Meralco Sports Hall.
Sotto is one of the 20 players Guiao has chosen as a national pool. Guiao will mark the 12th finals before Philippines is followed by Kazakhstan on November 30 and Iran's December 5th Asian bidder window at Pasay City Mall of Asia Arena.
When Ervina Sotto's son, 6 & # 7; the former Sv. Francis De Assisi's Challenge.
In Argentine Argentina in July, the FIBA World Championship U-17 tournament in seven games averaged 16.4 points and 10.6 rebounds.
Sotto will compete against veteran veterans in Team Pilipin's 12 people, including Greg Slaughter (7 feet), Jun Mar Fajardo (6 & # 39; 11), Christian Standhardinger (6 & # 39; 8), Troy Rosario (6 & # 39; 8) , Japeth Aguilar (6 & # 39; 8), Ian Sangalang (6 & # 39; 7), and JP Erram (6 & # 39; 7). JOSEF T. RAMOS