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Paul Zamar Sees No Problem With Lesser Playing Time As He Joins The Beermen Next Season

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Former Thailand Mono Vampire star Paul Zamar sees no problem with lesser playing time as he moved to the San Miguel Beermen next season.

Paul Zamar Sees No Problem With Lesser Playing Time As He Joins The Beermen Next Season

Zamar who got acquired by the Blackwater Elite after his impressive stint with the Thailand based basketball squad in the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) seems to be getting ready to soak more time in the bench but will also be ready if SMB head coach Leo Austria calls his name.

“Sa akin, hindi issue ang playing time kasi I know na anytime na kailangan akong gamitin ni coach Leo (Austria), ready ako maglaro. Sa PBA, we are paid to play anytime kaya dapat anytime, ready ka,” Zamar said in his interview with spin.ph.

The son of Beermen assistant coach Boyzie Zamar will compete with playing minutes with the likes of Alex Cabagnot, Chris Ross and Marcio Lassiter who are the usual guards of coach Austria.

Likewise, there’s also Von Pessumal and Louie Vigil the resident back-up guards plus the arrival of Terrence Romeo and the balik-beermen Ronald Tubid who also plays the same position with Zamar.

“Sa akin naman, expected ko naman ‘yun going to a loaded team and a very talented team,” said Zamar. “Mas naging talented pa dahil nakuha nila si Terrence.”

Coach Austria is very well known of his style where he utilizes few players in a game. That strategy is effective and produced multiple championship crowns for the franchise especially during the Philippine Cup, the conference where they’re most dominant.

Yet, with the success of Magnolia Hotshots in the recent Governors’ Cup and the roster revamp of other teams, SMB seems to be brewing a different taste in the upcoming PBA 44th season.

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