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Migs Oczon Makes Move from Benilde to Ulsan in KBL

College of St. Benilde lost another key player, Migs Oczon, who will not be returning for the next NCAA season.

Oczon decided to turn pro after receiving an offer from the Korean Basketball League club Ulsan Hyundai Mobis Phoebus.

CSB coach Charles Tiu said Oczon informed the team about his signing with Ulsan “just yesterday.”

Migs Oczon.–MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.net

Oczon will be joining Ulsan, which used to have the services of Filipino import RJ Abarrientos. Last year, Abarrientos won Rookie of the Year honors with Ulsan before transferring to the Japan B.League.

Ulsan will now have a new Filipino on the block in Oczon, who averaged 13.17 points, 4.72 rebounds and 2.78 assists per game in his final season for Benilde. He helped the Blazers make the Final Four where they lost to the top-seeded Mapua Cardinals.