Alaska set to leave the PBA after 35 years

One of the PBA’s most fabled franchise is throwing in the towel.

In a stunning development, the Alaska Aces announced on its Facebook page that the 2021 Governors’ Cup will be its last in the league.

“After more than three decades of basketball, 14 titles, and a grand slam, it is with a heavy heart that Alaska Milk Corporation (AMC) announces the retirement of its Alaska Aces team from the PBA,” the team said in a statement.

“We thought long and hard before making this final decision. However, we believe that this will allow us to focus our resources on providing affordable nutrition for Filipino families,” said Uytengsu.

Below is the team’s full statement.

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@peepso_user_215(sniper )
Paano ka na bro @peepso_user_127(Kram Aleta) ?
9 months ago
@peepso_user_127(Kram Aleta)
if the core will be buyout by independent team. dun ako. pero if this will be bought by SMC/MVP group i will support Phoenix/ROS
@peepso_user_215(sniper )
Phoenix nga ano. Puro former Aces. Kaso parang tagilid na din sila eh, parang walang drive manalo.
@peepso_user_127(Kram Aleta)
lalo na baka ito na din last playing ni Wright sa Phoenix uniform. nasira na ang balanse sa PBA simula nung pinayagan nila yung Purefoods na makapaglaro under SMC umbrella bukod sa sister teams na Ginebra at San Miguel
9 months ago
@peepso_user_701(Alvin Martinez)
Hanggang sa huling sandali, maayos at may integridad talaga ang Alaska!
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