THE big, 'prodigal son" is finally back home.
Raymond Almazan has come back home to his family on Sunday after disappearing for over a week, but has yet to commit whether to stay with Rain or Shine or not.
Danny Espiritu, who represents the 6-foot-8 Almazan, said he will meet with RoS board representative Atty. Mamerto Mondragon to discuss what the plan of the team is after the 'mysterious disappearance' of the lanky big man.
Although Almazan has finally surfaced, Espiritu said he has yet to sit down and talk with the player.
"Kaya kami muna ni Atty. Mondragon ang mag-uusap to know ano plano ng team sa kanya," the veteran and most well-known players' agent said.
Espiritu admitted he's clueless on what's going on in the mind of Almazan now.
Rain or Shine co-team owner Raymund Yu however, said the franchise is giving Almazan all the leeway and understanding.
"We're giving him time and space to figure things out," said Yu.
Almazan has not played in the Elasto Painters' last three games after going 'Missing In Action' two weeks ago.
Even without him, Rain or Shine downed erstwhile leader Barangay Ginebra, 104-97, in an out-town- game in Lucena City.