MANILA, Philippines—Noy Remogat’s breakout season certainly didn’t go unnoticed.
Remogat was among this year’s Mythical Five and he gave an honest answer when he was asked about the possibility of other schools giving him an offer.
The University of the East guard said that he has gotten different offers from other schools to have him on their squad for the future, without disclosing any names.
“There are offers but me and the (UE) team management are working on what’s best for me,” said Remogat in Filipino at Araneta Coliseum on Sunday.
“Maybe we just need to talk about the things that’s really needed to be talked about.”
Thankfully for the UE faithful, the shifty point guard gave some assurance and said his heart is with the Red Warriors.
It’s up to his fans if they would see the cup half-full or half-empty, especially when he mentioned that it’s hard to speak about an uncertain future.
“If it’s up to me, I’d like to stay in UE. I’m thankful to the community and the support I’m getting here. I started here and I molded here.”
“For now, I don’t have much goals in the future because a lot can happen and it’s hard to determine things right away so now I’ll just continue what I did this season.”
If the current UE star keeps up his upward trajectory next year, then he may win more than just a Mythical Team selection.
After all, he tallied 85.93 statistical points at the end of the Red Warriors’ season with averages of 16.5 points, 6.36 rebounds and 7.86 assists and two blocks—for good measure—per game.
Where he’d increase those numbers may be blurry now but one thing’s for sure; he wants to improve despite already having a stellar season under coach Jack Santiago.
“I’ll work on what I did this season even more so it could bear results again. Who knows for next season, maybe I’d get more than a Mythical Five. If I get lucky, I might get MVP and hopefully, what we all really want, a championship.”