SAN Miguel Corp. sports executive Alfrancis Chua on Tuesday denied that Greg Slaughter wasn’t offered an agreement expansion by Barangay Ginebra, or that there were plans to exchange the enormous man before the last chose to enjoy a reprieve from the game.
Ending his quiet on the issue during the 2020 PBA season press lauch at the Conrad Hotel, Chua uncovered Slaughter didn’t appear in the group’s office the week after Ginebra won the 2019 Governors’ Cup Finals against Meralco.
Chua said the typical practice is for players to move toward the group if his agreement had lapsed. Slaughter’s agreement lapsed last Jan. 31.
Chua said he hasn’t addressed Slaughter since he made the stunning declaration to take a holiday from ball a week ago.
When met later by journalists after the question and answer session, Chua likewise denied that Slaughter is being delivered to another group. As indicated by bits of gossip, Slaughter was made a beeline for NorthPort in return of Christian Standhardinger.
Chua said he regards the choice of Slaughter as he is mature enough to recognize what’s best for him in his life and his profession.