San Miguel's Allyn Bulanadi. —PBA IMAGES ANTIPOLO — After an uneventful start to his pro career, Allyn Bulanadi made the most out of its restart on Sunday night, starring in San Miguel Beer's thrashing of Phoenix at Ynares Center here. Bulanadi had 16 points in the outing—just two points behind scoring champion CJ Perez, and three from cornerstone and six-time Most Valuable Player June Mar Fajardo in the 114-93 blowout 114-93 blowout that ushered in the Beermen's post-Leo Austria era. "First game with SMB, of course, I was excited," Bulanadi told reporters on his way out of the hilltop arena. "I'm not content. I want to (keep adding to my play) for my performance in the next game," he added. Bulanadi was the fourth pick of the 2019 Special Gilas Pilipinas Draft that featured Mike and Matt Nieto, Rey Suerte and Isaac Go. That bunch was loaned to the national team hobbled by the coronavirus outbreak for nearly two years. The spitfire guard out of San Sebastian went on to play for his mother PBA club Alaska at the turn of 2022, but the club's disbandment disrupted his career's progression. He saw limited minutes under the Aldin Ayo-mentored Converge that… Read full this story
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