What does a Joseph Yeo brings to a team like Ginebra?

Now with the Acquisition of the NLEX Franchise on the Air21 Franchise, The team looks to Revamp the players and the coaching staffs. One move they did is Sending Michael Burtscher into the unprotected list and also Trading Joseph Yeo for a 1st round pick to Ginebra.

Now Ginebra Acquired Joseph Yeo, the Question remains: What would he bring in this Ginebra team?

Joseph yeo is a talented player, his career was revived in the Air21 team and I’m sure having him on a team is really a treasure indeed.

Here are the things Joseph yeo can bring in the Ginebra camp:

* His Versatility – Joseph yeo is a stretch-1, he can play point guard even though his original position is a Shooting guard. During his stint on Air 21, The team is lacking a legit point guard and when Joseph Yeo went to the team he has no choice but to slide down into the Point Guard Position so that the Air 21 would have at least a point guard. Now him being versatile is a big factor for this ginebra team because the team is now using the Triangle offense and in the offense being versatile is a huge factor, if you can set the triangle and at the same time be a threat in the offense then you’re going to be unpredictable and being unpredictable/surprising is one of the purpose of the Triangle Offense.

* His Athleticism – Joseph yeo is still fast, he still can run the floor and with that Athleticism he will help the veterans like JJ helterbrand and Mark Caguioa to have a breather and also help the team when they are in need of speed.

* His Fighting Spirit – Ginebra is known for it’s “Never Say Die” Spirit and as we all know Joseph yeo has loads of Fighting Spirit and he might Inject this team some of his Fighting Spirit and revive the old “Never Say Die” Spirit.

But the problem of having Joseph yeo in the Ginebra is that they are already loaded up in the Guard position and he might not get the minutes he had and might not produce like he did during his Air21 Days.


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