Calvin Abueva reveals one final requirement for PBA suspension to be lifted

Calvin Abueva needs to fulfil one last requirement before the PBA considers lifting the indefinite suspension slapped on him by league commissioner Willie Marcial last June 2, 2019 for clotheslining TNT import Terrence Jones and for engaging in a verbal altercation with a fan.

The 32-year old Kapampangan out of San Sebastian College revealed during the 2OT podcast with hosts Magoo Marjon and Carlo Pamintuan that all he needs is to finish his psychological sessions which unfortunately got delayed due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Actually tapos na ako sa dalawang requirement na pinapagawa sa akin, ‘yung humingi ng apology sa board, sa PBA fans at lalo na sa nasaktan ko at ‘yung mga community service na kailangan kong gawin. ‘Yung pinagawa ni Comm., mas dinoble ko pa kasi opportunity ko buhay ko na makatulong rin,” explained Abueva.

“Ang pangatlo, ‘yun ngang drug test na nakumpleto ko na requirements ko. Ngayon, sayang nga ‘yung nagka-pandemya. Hindi nagtuloy-tuloy ‘yung sessions ko about sa psychology,” he added.

With still four to go, the 2013 PBA Rookie of the Year awardee admitted that the psychological sessions has already made a big difference in his personal life.

“Sa dalawang psychology ko, nakatulong at naging kumportable ang buhay ko. Dami kong na-improve sa family ko, pakikisama sa ibang tao. Nag-pe-prepare ako at hinihintay ko ‘yung apat na session sa psychology para makabalik,” stressed Abueva.

“Nanggi-gigil na ako makabalik.”

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