Galing mo, gRABEH!

Inside the Court

by Jose Antonio A. Conde

PASIG CITY—This guy maybe the next Chris Tiu, Ateneo superstar center Rabeh Al-H

Here talking to a referee after a foul

ussaini is now a certified UAAP superstar. In this season, instead of Tiu leading the Ateneo Blue Eagles, it was Al-Hussaini who dominated the team, averaging 29.0 mpg, 18.0 ppg, and 13.0 rpg, these stats proved that he can also dominate the league nor the team itself.

Nobody was then happy with Rabeh Al-Hussani. Recruited by ADMU Head Coach Norman Black in 2005, Rabeh was not the Rabeh we all know then, he was always on the bench backing up with the

likes of Clariford Arao and Doug Kramer. Until the departure of these big guys, Norman decided to use Rabeh as a balanced player and he totally became a superstar!

Now Ateneo has been winning because of his performances in the games and the balance of the team wherein every player in the roster with the likes of Nonoy Baclao and Chris TIu are helping the team to win. Ateneo is mighty asĀ  it is, they are currently 11-1 in the team standings which proves that Ateneo is likely going to win the championship, their best record since 2003. Now Rabeh is great as he is! Galing mo, gRABEH!

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