ALLYN Bulanadi’s stay with NorthPort proved to be shortlived.
A day after being traded by his former ballclub Converge to NorthPort for Jerrick Balanza on Wednesday, Bulanadi found himself on the move again as he was shipped to powerhouse San Miguel on Thursday.
In exchange, NorthPort will receive the rights to Paul Zamar and San Miguel’s 2025 (Season 51) second-round draft pick in a deal that was already approved by the league's trade committee.
The Batang Pier now owns the rights to Zamar, who had started practicing with his former team Blackwater after his SMB contract expired at the end of 2022.
But Zamar is still under a 30-day grace period where the ballclub which owns his rights, in this case NorthPort, can make a tender offer to retain his services.
Blackwater is still in the hunt to acquire Zamar once the one-month grace period lapses.