San Miguel’s Chris Ross Takes Home PBA Player of the Week Honors

38-year-old Chris Ross of the San Miguel Beermen is named PBA Player of the Week after leading his team to back-to-back victories against Barangay Ginebra and TNT Tropang GIGA.
Chris Ross Roars Back as PBA Player of the Week

In a heartwarming display of veteran leadership and clutch play, Chris Ross of the San Miguel Beermen has been named the PBA Player of the Week for the period of December 13-17. This comes as a much-needed boost for the Beermen, who have been battling through injuries to key players.

Ross, a 38-year-old guard, stepped up in a big way during this crucial week, leading San Miguel to back-to-back victories against two of the league’s best teams: the reigning champions Barangay Ginebra and the formidable TNT Tropang GIGA.

His contributions went beyond just scoring (although he did sink a impressive six out of nine three-pointers against Ginebra and drain crucial shots in the closing minutes against TNT). It was his leadership and composure that truly set him apart. He orchestrated the offense with veteran finesse, guiding his younger teammates and making smart decisions under pressure.

Ross’s confident leadership helped the Beermen get back on track and qualify for the playoffs. His unyielding belief in his team and his ability to motivate them earned him the respect and admiration of the PBA Press Corps, who named him Player of the Week.

This award isn’t just a personal accolade for Ross; it’s a message to the entire league that experience and heart can still compete with raw talent and youthful energy. It’s a reminder that leadership and poise under pressure are invaluable assets on the court.

Congratulations to Chris Ross on earning the PBA Player of the Week honor! He’s shown everyone that age is just a number, and true heart and talent can shine bright on any court.

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