PBA All-Star 2019: Rey Guevarra moves to 5th slam dunk level at registration level


Rey Guevarra gets his fifth slam dunk title after winning the competition at the 2018 All-Star PBA weekend at Calasiao Sports Center on Friday. News Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News

CALASIAO, Pangasinan – (Last Updated) The power continues for Rey Guevarra of Phoenix after he fifth won the Slam Dunk competition in the PBA All-Star, reinforcing his role in pre-league history.

Guevarra defeated the listeners and judges in the final round, giving a good 100 to defend his crown at Calasiao Sports Center on Friday.

“Fafa Rey” picked up the Slam Dunk cup in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2018. It now connects KG Canaleta for most titles in PBA history by five.

“Go sobrang special kasi na-tie ko, y kg,” said Guevarra. He was also at the first visit with 95 points.

Guevarra sent a 50 race in his first attempt in his tour after a windmill went out. Then he raised 50 more people after one-way bivalves between all his partners in Phoenix.

“The last Yung Hung is a dunk ko, a Louie coach, once used bigla niya kong tinawag. That is, as well as the first time I went on Facebook and created a video and team support, that's the issue at that time?

“Ayun, tapos by-usap-usap kami than the gawin namin. The teacher will work. So tinake benefit ko na, ”he said.

Guevarra warned that Canaleon had been standing this year and that he can return to his final competition at the end of the weekend.

The Phoenix keeper put on too great a leap from the Columbian Renz Palma of Blackwater and CJ Perez in the final.

Palma had the opportunity to re-open Guevarra after fifty-five duties over six cagers. However, he failed to convert a successful man in his second attempt after moving it out from Beau Belga off the site. He recorded 25 points after the ribs.

Lervin Flores from Northport was also competing in the competition but he was struggling during the introductory tour.

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