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Jerramy King hopes to bring back old-deadly form with Northport
by Reynald Magallon, September 07, 2019 9:04pm
Jerramy King is working really hard to bring back the old-deadly version of himself before he got injured when he was still with the Columbian Dyip.
The NorthPort Batang Pier's newly acquired guard was never the same since his return but he was hoping to finally rediscover that killer form now that he's with a new team.
"Definitely, that's what I'm bringing here, I'm completely healthy, I worked really hard to get my body in shape and to feel myself. Basicall,y like I said I'm really excited hopefully I can bring a lot of help to the team," said King.
King averaged 1.5 points and 1.00 rebound in eight minutes of play last conference a far cry from his 20.18 average in last year's Governor's Cup. King was planning to replicate the same break out performance on the very same conference although, this time, in a different color of jersey.
"I'm just gonna try to help us win I'm not gonna put too much pressure on myself but I think I can help the team I'm gonna bring defense and whatever coach Pido wants me to do I'm gonna do it," King told reporters after their tune-up game against Blackwater was called off.
So far, King was loving his stay with his new home and he believes the transition will be seamless.
"Good, I've been here about a little over a week and I think I've adjusted really well and I'm just excited to play to be honest and I'm really happy to be here," said the 6'1" high scoring guard.
"This team is amazing honestly, I'm really really happy to be on this team all the guys are really cool, my teammates, coaches are amzing. Our tune up got cancelled today but I'm really excited to play."
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