Sunday, September 9, 2007
Tall, athletic and a deadshot from the perimeter, Zandro "Jun" Limpot took to basketball as a duck to water.
A former tennis player, Limpot turned to basketball at the urgings of his uncle, the late Gov. Jose Sering.
That decision proved to be wise, as it opened many doors for the young Limpot.
After leading De La Salle to the championship, Limpot followed coach Derek Pumaren to Magnolia in the PBL, where he stayed for four years, and won an MVP award in the process.
The rest, as they say, is history.
Like most of his peers, Limpot made the jump to the PBA, and today, he continues to be one of the most prolific scorers in the league.