NorthPort buys Trollano from SMB and Bolick from NLEX

Dec 14, 2023

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MANILA, Philippines – The manufacturing sector associated with NorthPort, NLEX, as well as San Miguel, which involved three teams and multiple players, was approved according to the PBA Commissioner’s Administration on Monday.

Robert Bolick was in the middle of the trades; NorthPort dealt the 6-foot-1 guard for shooting to NLEX after their attempts to retain him were unsuccessful.

It’s true that the members of the Road Warriors went after Bolick to fill up the hole left by standout guard Kevin Alas, who sustained an ACL injury that ended his season.

Kent Salado, the backup guard, is also going to NLEX in addition to Bolick.

Guard Kris Rosales, forward with a small frame Don Trollano, big man Ben Adamos, and NLEX’s PBA Season 49 the following round put together picks were all acquired by NorthPort in exchange.

The trade between NorthPort and NLEX made it possible for San Miguel to negotiate an arrangement alongside NorthPort to get Trollano in return for Allyn Bulanadi, Jeepy Faundo, and the second-round selection of SMB’s 51st season.

NorthPort trades SMB its recently acquired Trollano in exchange for Bulanadi, Faundo, and a pick.

The trade that took place between NLEX as well as Northport on Sunday was only the beginning.

Not long after the members of the Road Warriors traded Don Trollano to the Batang Pier, the scoring machine guard was traded to San Miguel Beer in exchange for Allyn Bulanadi, Jeepy Faundo, and the team’s second-round selection in the 51st season draft.

On Monday, the trade was authorized by the Commissioner’s Office.

But according to Northport coach Bonnie Tan, the two of the other former NLEX players that the Batang Pier acquired in the Robert Bolivk trade, Kris Rosales and Ben Adamos, will remain with the Batang Pier.

In a blockbuster trade that saw Northport deliver the signing rights to guards Kent Salado as well as Robert Bolick to NLEX, Rosales, Adamos, and a second-round pick the following year were packaged with Trollano.

On Sunday, the agreement was accepted.

The absence of potential 24 hours later, Trollano was already on the move again, and barely had time to warm up for Northport.

Interestingly, the Road Warriors released Trollano, their leading scorer with an average of 19.3 points per game, as he stepped up his game after star guard Kevin Alas tore his ACL.

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