After being traded to the Meralco Bolts late within the season, veteran ahead Ranidel De Ocampo discovered himself competing for a title as soon as once more as his squad takes on Barangay Ginebra San Miguel within the Oppo PBA Governors’ Cup finals.

De Ocampo, who performed for TNT within the Commissioner’s Cup finals final season, is hoping to lastly win a crown this time round particularly that he’s approaching the twilight of his illustrious PBA profession.

“Nung nakakausap ko si Danny Seigle nung andun pa ako sa TNT, yun rin yung gusto niya mangyari. Kasi nga ilang taon na ba siya. Gusto niyang maka-champion ulit kasi nga limitadong-limitado na siya. Ako, palapit na doon,” stated the 35-year-old De Ocampo.

“So talagang sobrang blessing ako na nagkaroon ako ng opportunity kahit papaliit nang papaliit na yung chance, andito pa rin. Sana hindi masayang. Pipilitin kong hindi masayang.”

The former Finals MVP has been an enormous addition to the Bolts who hope that he can be the final piece to Meralco’s championship puzzle.

“Andito ako para tulungan yung team. Sa tingin ko deserve ng Meralco manalo ng championship. Championship na lang kulang sa kanila. Gusto kong maibigay yung best ko para manalo yung team. Yung experience ko sa finals sana mai-provide ko sa kanila,” he stated.

“Basta ang gusto ko lang makuha namin yung goal namin, ma-accomplish namin yung target namin at magtulungan kami.”

De Ocampo can be relishing the truth that he and Meralco coach Norman Black are again collectively vying for a title. They received championships after they had been nonetheless with TNT.

“Masaya ako pakiramdam ko blessing talaga na nasa finals ulit ako. Naka-back-to-back appearance ako ngayon. Minsan lang mangyari ito eh. Para sa akin big opportunity ulit ito lalo na kasama ko si coach Norman. Siya yung isa sa mga dahilan kung bakit ako andito kasi kinuha niya ako. Susuklian ko yung tiwalang ibibigay niya,” De Ocampo stated.

Source: interaksyon