CJ Cansino in dealing with UST: No more emotions, I’m moving on

UP Fighting Maroons' CJ Cansino.

UP Fighting Maroons’ CJ Cansino. UAAP pictures

MANILA, Philippines – CJ Cancino has confirmed that everything is fine between him and his former school, the University of Santo Thomas, since they all moved on from the Sorsogan bubble issue two years ago.

Faced with his former team after his transfer to UP and the collapse of UST’s men’s basketball program, Cancino insisted he had no extra motivation against the Growling Tigers as his only focus was playing for the UAAP Season 84 Men’s Fighting Maroons. Basketball tournament.

“It simply came to our notice then. I am moving forward and I am now focusing on UP. There really is no more emotion. I am playing for UP now, ”said the transferee after UP’s 98-82 win over UST at the Mall of Asia Arena on Tuesday.

Casino played a key role in the win with seven points, five rebounds and a steal as the Maroons rose in the second half to recover from a 13-point first-half deficit.

The 6-foot-2 guard shared that he is still talking to his former teammates and coaches even after their controversial fall.

“We always call each other. I often communicate with my teammates and even coaches. Everyone really moved on. We all know what happened before. But we are all right now, ”he said.

The casino will continue its new journey as the Fighting Maroon as they look forward to their second win against the National University Bulldogs on Thursday.

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