Isaac Go aces PBA Combine reaction test, thanks to love for video games

Dec 6, 2019
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ISAAC Go topped the anthropometry phase of the 2019 Gatorade PBA Draft Combine Thursday at the Gatorade Hoops Center in Shaw.

The Ateneo Blue Eagles center, who is projected to lead this year's rookie class, was the fastest and scored the most hits in the reaction time test.

The test works something like this:

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But as much as the consensus top pick in the coming 2019 PBA draft wants to take credit, he admitted the high score is more because of his love for video games.

"Playing video games has finally paid off," the Blue Eagles slotman and Applied Chemistry major said on his personal Twitter page.

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In other tests, St. Benilde forward Yankie Haruna showed off his hops as he recorded the best vertical leap at 36 inches while former La Salle skipper Kib Montalbo was quickest on the 3/4 court sprint, finishing the course in just 3.44 seconds.

Far Eastern University guard Hubert Cani also made his presence, registering 11.28 seconds to top the lane agility.

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