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Roi Sumang

Roi Sumang

Shej Roi R. Sumang (born December 12, 1990) is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Blackwater Elite of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Early life and high school career

He is the eldest of six children of Jess and Sheila Sumang. He grew up in the streets of Tondo, and already played basketball when he was a kid. He played for the Letran Squires in high school, where he became teammates with future PBA player Kevin Alas. He attended tryouts in Ateneo and San Beda, but he chose UE upon the proddings of former UE star and current PBA player Paul Lee, a fellow Tondo native. He dropped out of high school and was an out-of-school youth for two years playing pickup basketball games in different places, but his father convinced him to go back to school and play varsity ball.

College career

Sumang first played for the UE Red Warriors in 2011. In his rookie year, he only averaged 5.2 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.8 assist per game. The next season, he was the one of the league leaders in several categories: third in scoring average (18.4 ppg), second in assists (4.9 apg), and fifth in steals (1.4 spg). In 2013, he increased his scoring average to 19.33 ppg, second in the league behind season MVP Terrence Romeo. He was included in the Mythical 5 selection for that same year. When Derrick Pumaren took the coaching reins for the Red Warriors in 2014, his scoring average dipped down to 13.0 points per outing, and was always at odds with his new coach. At one point, he was benched by Pumaren for leaving the school’s quarters without permission, and was relegated to come off the bench after he lost his starting spot to Dan Alberto. In 2015, he elected to skip his fifth and final playing year in the UAAP, and instead saw action in the PBA D-League team, Tanduay Light Rhum Masters and opted to apply for the draft later that year.

Professional career

Sumang was projected to be taken as early as the first round in different mock drafts, but to everyone's surprise, he was drafted in the third round (26th overall) by the GlobalPort Batang Pier in the 2015 PBA draft. His late selection in the draft drew reactions from fans, and was the top trending topic on Twitter that day. A few days later, he signed a two-year multi-million contract with GlobalPort. He and Rain or Shine guard and fellow UE alumnus Paul Lee shared the same agent and adviser in coach Lawrence Chongson. He is the team's third-string point guard, playing behind Terrence Romeo and Stanley Pringle.

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Roi Sumang

Roi Sumang

Shej Roi R. Sumang (born December 12, 1990) is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Blackwater Elite of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Early life and high school career

He is the eldest of six children of Jess and Sheila Sumang. He grew up in the streets of Tondo, and already played basketball when he was a kid. He played for the Letran Squires in high school, where he became teammates with future PBA player Kevin Alas. He attended tryouts in Ateneo and San Beda, but he chose UE upon the proddings of former UE star and current PBA player Paul Lee, a fellow Tondo native. He dropped out of high school and was an out-of-school youth for two years playing pickup basketball games in different places, but his father convinced him to go back to school and play varsity ball. [1]

College career

Sumang first played for the UE Red Warriors in 2011. [2] In his rookie year, he only averaged 5.2 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.8 assist per game. The next season, he was the one of the league leaders in several categories: third in scoring average (18.4 ppg), second in assists (4.9 apg), and fifth in steals (1.4 spg). In 2013, he increased his scoring average to 19.33 ppg, second in the league behind season MVP Terrence Romeo. [3] He was included in the Mythical 5 selection for that same year. [4] When Derrick Pumaren took the coaching reins for the Red Warriors in 2014, his scoring average dipped down to 13.0 points per outing, and was always at odds with his new coach. [5] At one point, he was benched by Pumaren for leaving the school’s quarters without permission, [6] and was relegated to come off the bench after he lost his starting spot to Dan Alberto. [7] In 2015, he elected to skip his fifth and final playing year in the UAAP, and instead saw action in the PBA D-League team, Tanduay Light Rhum Masters and opted to apply for the draft later that year. [8]

Professional career

Sumang was projected to be taken as early as the first round in different mock drafts, [9] [10] but to everyone's surprise, he was drafted in the third round (26th overall) by the GlobalPort Batang Pier in the 2015 PBA draft. [11] His late selection in the draft drew reactions from fans, and was the top trending topic on Twitter that day. [12] A few days later, he signed a two-year multi-million contract with GlobalPort. [13] He and Rain or Shine guard and fellow UE alumnus Paul Lee shared the same agent and adviser in coach Lawrence Chongson. He is the team's third-string point guard, playing behind Terrence Romeo and Stanley Pringle.

References
  1. ^ Halili, Mico (June 25, 2013). "The Final Score: Roi Sumang is perfect underdog PG for a not-so-underdog team". GMA News and Public Affairs . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  2. ^"All-Filipino UE Red Warriors All Set for UAAP 74". University of the East. July 22, 2011 . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  3. ^UAAP Season 76 Statistical Leaders at PBA-Online!
  4. ^"UAAP: League formally awards Terrence Romeo MVP". GMA News and Public Affairs. October 5, 2013 . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  5. ^UAAP Season 77 Points Per Game Leaders at PBA-Online!
  6. ^ Terrado, Reuben (August 31, 2014). " " He's not above the law," says UE coach Derrick Pumaren on decision to bench star player Roi Sumang". Spin.ph . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  7. ^ Naredo, Camille B. (September 11, 2014). "What Roi Sumang thinks about his new role". ABS-CBN News . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  8. ^ Terrado, Reuben (March 17, 2015). "UE Warriors star Roi Sumang to skip UAAP season, plans to join PBA rookie draft". Spin.ph . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  9. ^ Flojo, Enzo (March 26, 2015). "2015 PBA Mock Draft 3.0: My Top 12". Rivals . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  10. ^ Ballesteros, Jan (August 24, 2015). "Can GlobalPort's new acquisition Roi Sumang co-exist with Romeo, Pringle?". CNN Philippines . Retrieved August 29, 2015 .
  11. ^"Full Results: 2015 PBA Rookie Draft". GMA News and Public Affairs. August 23, 2015 . Retrieved August 24, 2015 .
  12. ^ Fopalan, Renee (August 23, 2015). "Fans stunned by Roi Sumang's late draft selection". GMA News and Public Affairs . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .
  13. ^ Terrado, Reuben (August 25, 2015). "Roi Sumang puts draft snub behind him, signs two-year contract with GlobalPort". Spin.ph . Retrieved August 28, 2015 .

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Roi Sumang - s career game keys Blackwater shocker over NLEX

Roi Sumang’s career game keys Blackwater shocker over NLEX

The Blackwater Elite pulled off a narrow 107-106 victory after outlasting the NLEX Road Warriors in their 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup clash at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum Friday night.

Roi Sumang broke out of his shell, producing career-best 32 points off the bench, on 5-of-10 from the long range, to help Blackwater register its second straight victory after dropping their first three games.

After unloading 22 points in the first half, Sumang continued to torch NLEX in the payoff period as he nailed two triples to give the Elite a six-point separation, 107-101, before coming up with a big block on Alex Mallari’s fastbreak attempt.

Leading only by a precarious one point at 107-106 in the final 1:15 mark, Blackwater delivered big on the defensive end, making it difficult for the Road Warriors to execute as it preserved the hard-earned win.

Import Henry Walker supplied 29 points, 15 boards and six assists in 44 minutes, while Michael Digregorio hit four triples to wound up 18 points as a starter.

Despite a well-balanced attack that resulted to seven players scoring in double digits, NLEX still fell to 5-2. Kevin Alas led the team with 19 points, 11 rebounds and three dimes, JR Quiñahan scattered 13 markers, while Aaron Fuller added 13 points and 11 caroms in a lost cause.

Making franchise-record 17 three-point baskets, the Leo Isaac-mentored squad also did their part on defense after forcing NLEX to 23 turnovers which translated 28 points.

BLACKWATER 107 – Sumang 32, Walker 29, Digregorio 18, Erram 8, Cruz 7, Pinto 7, Gamalinda 4, Sena 2, Miranda 0, Canaleta 0, Pascual 0.

NLEX 106 – Alas 19, Quinahan 13, Fuller 13, Al-Hussaini 11, Tiongson 11, Fonacier 10, Baguio 7, Mallari 6, Soyud 6, Monfort 5, J. Villanueva 5, Lastimosa 0.

Quarter scores: 32-29, 59-56, 84-86, 107-106.

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