The wait is finally over. It took 50 years for La Salle to win a juniors basketball championship in either the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) or the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP). And that long drought ended when De La Salle – Zobel demolished the University of the Philippines (UPIS), 86-62, to sweep the best-of-three finals for this year’s UAAP crown at the Araneta Coliseum.
At 5’5” tall, this point guard and shooting guard is tall for his age and could grow taller than his 6-foot dad. Genes is a factor in his physical growth, but to help athletes be taller, taking Cherifer in the morning and for lunch or dinner would help them be Tangkad Sagad!
Members of the ’98 and ’99 DLSU Men’s Basketball team who won the first two of four straight UAAP Championship under legendary coach Franz Pumaren were treated to a steak dinner at House of Wagyu Stone Grill in Green Hills by then team manager Johnny Valdes.
Thank you for one hell of an adventure.
Although he has two careers, Guiao still manages to give 100 percent in both roles.