Yes, Chris McCullough was intended to play for San Miguel Beer once more. The East Asia Super League (EASL) Champions Weeks, not really the PBA
However, the 27-year-old former NBA player is not yet fit to play for the said Beermen in Japan’s March 1-5 event game.
Gee Abanilla, the Beermen’s team manager, contacted McCullough and his representative in an attempt to secure him as one of two foreigners for the five-day regional
However, the McCullough camp confessed that the import is not yet 100 percent capable of playing due to an ACL issue.
Abanilla said that he can’t play on March one to five for the EASL game. Abanilla also said that he is still unsure if he will be healthy by then coming from an ACL injury that happened.
McCullough was hurt in his knee while playing in the P for the New Taipei Kings. Taipei League+ game.
The import is best known for leading San Miguel to the 2019 Commissioner’s Cup title, defeating fellow NBA player Terrence Jones and the TNT Tropang Giga in six matches.
McCullough came in late to start replacing former Best Import Charles Rhodes.
McCullough was so outstanding during his time with the San Miguel Beer that now the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) regarded himself as a prospective eligible player for Gilas Pilipinas.