Filipino-Indian AMA Titan cager Pawandeep Singh takes basketball to greater heights

Resiliency, speed, playmaking and tactics define the world of physical games like basketball. These traits can be attributed to this young basketball star on the rise from Angeles City, Pampanga
Born Pawandeep Singh on March 10, 1999 in Caloocan City to Mr. Jagdev Singh and Ms. Mukhpaljit Kaur, the 5-foot-11 point guard from AMA University Titans is currently studying as a grade 10 student.

The 16-year-old Filipino-Indian heartthrob earned his career high 47  points, and averages 12 points and 8 assists per game.

His idol in the NBA is 4-time league MVP Lebron James, while in the PBA he likes Calvin “The Beast” Abueva. In the NCAA he likes Teytey Teodoro of JRU Heavy Bombers and Kiefer Ravena of the Ateneo Blue Eagles in the UAAP. If there is an NBA player he wished to have played one-on-one with, it would be Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls. “It will be an honor to lay with him. He is my inspiration during those times I had an ACL injury”, quipped Pawan.

His favorite shot is the mid-range shot because it is the easiest way to score for him. He takes good care of his body thru calisthenics and avoiding junk foods and softdrinks. Asked about balancing his studies and basketball, “As early as 5 in the morning, I do my dribbling skills then I go to school and later for team practice. I still find time for my studies. I believe it is a matter of time management” said Pawan.
Pawan would like to thank his coach Mark Herrera and his grandfather Mukhtiar Singh. His ambition in life is to become a successful professional basketball player someday. With perseverance and determination tucked under his belt, the road to glory may not be far-fetched for Pawan Singh.

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