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    Javee Mocon signs three-year deal with Phoenix Fuel Masters

    Jun 7, 2022
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    Picked sixth overall by Rain or Shine in the 2018 Draft, Javee Mocon joins his second team in the PBA.

    PHOENIX warmly welcomed new acquisition Javee Mocon with a new contract.

    The wingman out of San Beda came to terms with the Fuel Masters on a three-year deal which he signed just a few hours after the PBA approved his trade from Rain or Shine to Phoenix.

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    No less than Phoenix team governor Raymond Zorilla was present to welcome Mocon during the contract signing also attended by Phoenix team manager Paolo Bugia and his agent PJ Pilares of Titan Management.

    Nick Demusis, Javee Mocon Javee Mocon moves to Phoenix, while Nick Demusis goes to Rain or Shine.

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    Mocon already showed up in the Fuel Masters' practice and is eligible to play in the team's debut game against San Miguel on Wednesday.

    In acquiring the 27-year-old native of Guagua, Pampanga, the Fuel Masters had to unload sophomore Fil-Am Nick Demusis, a first round pick in the 48th season, and a second round pick a season after.

    The trade likewise ended Mocon's three-year stint with Rain or Shine, where his career truly flourish after the franchise took him in as the no. 6 overall pick during the 2018 draft.

    He was initially offered a new three-year deal by Rain or Shine management, but the two failed to reach an agreement, leading the Elasto Painters to put Mocon on the trading block.

    The Elasto Painters appeared to have move forward in the absence of their second leading scorer last season after ekeing out a 79-77 win over Converge during their debut game in the Philippine Cup last Sunday.

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