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The always-entertaining and deep-thinking Robert Bolick joins host Naveen Ganglani on the latest episode of the At The Buzzer podcast.
In a conversation that spans nearly an hour, the PBA standout discusses a wide array of topics that will keep listeners glued.
The former King Red Lion candidly shares his college basketball odyssey, beginning with his departure from De La Salle University, how he almost ended up with the Ateneo Blue Eagles, how he tried out for the UP Fighting Maroons, and how he ultimately wound up in San Beda.
Bolick then allows a peek into his emotions, explaining why he hates to lose at anything.
What about his future in the PBA? Does he think he will be with NorthPort long term? Bolick tackles that important subject.
The Ormoc native also gives his advice on how aspiring ballers from the province can make it to the big leagues.
Here is an excerpt from the episode:
Naveen: Do you think some players don’t watch film because their pride is too high and they can’t take seeing themselves making repeated mistakes?… Because it’s a hit on their pride?
Robert: On point! Noong college ako, si coach Boyet [Fernandez], parati ginagawa sa akin yan. Nahihiya ako. Like every time, ‘Tingnan mo ginagawa mo, nakatayo ka lang, hindi ka nag help side! Eh tingnan mo ginagawa mo, tingnan mo, panoorin mo sarili mo.’