SEAN Anthony may have finally found a home at NLEX.
The do-it-all forward was signed by the Road Warriors for another three years following a scintillating two-conference showing with the franchise that saw him consistently in contention for the Best Player of the Conference award.
Terms of the deal though were not made available.
The 30-year-old Fil-Canadian has bounced from one team to the other since being selected sixth overall by Powerade during the 2010 Rookie Draft.
Following his stint with the Tigers, Anthony suited up for Barako Bull, Tropang TNT, Air21, and Meralco.
Just before the season, the Bolts dealt him to Mahindra for two second round picks in the 2016 and 2017 seasons, respectively. The Enforcers then sent him to the Road Warriors in exchange for Juneric Baloria and a 2016 second round pick.
It was with NLEX that he really blossomed as a go-to-guy, forming a 1-2 combo punch with veteran Asi Taulava.
Anthony though, failed to suit up in the Road Warriors’ first game in the PBA Governors Cup against Blackwater owing to a pulled muscle. NLEX won the match, 96-90.