RASHAD Woods isn't going far after concluding his stint with NorthPort in the PBA Governors’ Cup.
Woods said he will be playing in the Southeast Asia, although he declined to reveal in which league or which country he will be suiting up next.
“I’ll be back in Southeast Asia,” Woods said. “Where I’m going, you’ll see it online.”
When asked if it is the Asean Basketball League (ABL), Woods refused to give a categorical answer.
“You’ll see it online. I don’t want nothing to come out right now. You’ll see it online,” said Woods.
Woods averaged 27 points and 10.18 rebounds in his maiden PBA campaign. He finished with 33 points and 13 rebounds in NorthPort's loss to Alaska.
Woods said it was an honor to play in the PBA, saying he has heard a lot about the league even before coming over.
“PBA is great. Everybody respects the PBA. Even back in the States, they ask me why don’t I play in the PBA," he said. "It’s a great league. From the fans’ support, it’s great.”
Woods said he will definitely come back to play in the PBA and NorthPort if given the opportunity.
“Everybody knows we started with injuries. We started to get our chemistry in the end. It didn’t work out that way,” Woods said.
“Great group of guys, coaches, management. I like the PBA. It’s nice. If I come back, it’s nice,” Woods said.