MANILA, Philippines – Bobby Ray Parks Jr. has promised to play better in the 2022-23 Japan B-League season after extending his contract with Nagoya Diamond Dolphins.
On Monday, Nagoya announced that both Filipino Importer and Scott Arthurton had signed a new agreement. However, the terms were not disclosed.
Parks thanked the Diamond Dolphins for giving him a chance to play in another season in Japan.
“I really appreciate the fans, the organization and the city of Nagoya for welcoming me and making me feel at home,” Parks said in a statement. “Between our shortcomings this year and the many obstacles we’ve been able to fight, we’ve been able to fight and I can’t be more proud of that for the team. All of this is possible because of the love and unconditional support of our dolphin family. “
The former UAAP MVP is keen to bring his team back to play better next season.
“I can’t wait to get back next year. We will definitely continue to give it our all, ”he said.
In 38-percent three-point shooting, Park averaged 10.7 points and posted 3.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.1 steals in 22.4 minutes as the Nagoya starter in 33 of the team’s 46 games.
The National University standout was the only Filipino import to reach the playoffs as Nagoya lost to Kawasaki Brave Thunders in the quarterfinals with a 34-15 record.
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