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Poy Erram bids farewell to NLEX

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It’s all official, Poy Erram will proceed to TNT.

A blockbuster traded was needed in order for the defensive big man to be traded.

Still, Erram has nothing but kind words for the Road Warriors

“It has been one of the best highlights of my career; being a road warrior,” Erram wrote on Instagram.

“I have grown to my full potential because of this team. Each and everyone has helped me; my brothers and the coaching staff. They trusted me on and off court than also led me to represent the country once more.”

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Thank you. For the support, the trust, the team and the management. It has been one of the best highlights of my career; being a road warrior. I have grown to my full potential because of this team. Each and everyone has helped me; my brothers and the coaching staff. They trusted me on and off court than also led me to represent the country once more. To Coach Yeng, who inspired me to work hard each day, who taught me to play smart and who shaped not only me but all of us. To my brothers, who fought beside me through out the season, I would definitely cherish the brotherhood. To the fans, for your unending support, tho I had my flaws you all stood by to support and cheer for the team. Again, thank you! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’―

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In the official trade, Blackwater just got back Erram from NLEX for Anthony Semerad, Rabeh Al Hussaini, the team’s first-round pick for 2020 and a second-round pick for 2021.

However, Erram’s return from the Elite was only a pitstop for him, as he was sent to the Katropa for Ed Daquioag, Marion Magat, Yousef Taha, and two future first-round picks.