Mark Caguioa can see the handwriting on the wall.
Now in his 14th PBA season, the six-foot resident Barangay Ginebra star knows it’s time to give way to next generation of Gin Kings.
But before even thinking of leaving the game he loves, the 36-year-old Caguioa wants to contribute another PBA championship that could finally end Ginebra’s eight-year drought and bring back the big smile on the faces of their legion of fans.
Just recently, FOX Sports got the chance to chat with the 2011 PBA Most Valuable Player as he shares his thoughts on Ginebra’s ongoing Governors Cup campaign, his ever-changing role with the team under coach Tim Cone, when he plans to retire and their American coach’s surprise move to veer away from the time-tested triangle offense. – Richard Dy
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