Joey Mente remembered fondly as ex-PBA player loses battle with Big CJoey Mente 24 February — 22 August was a Filipino professional basketball player in the Philippine Basketball Association who last played for the Welcoat Dragons. He was drafted 10th overall by the San Miguel Beermen in Mente first played for the Iloilo Mega Volts standout in the defunct Metropolitan Basketball Association during the maiden season of the league.
Remember Me? Advanced Search. Results 1 to 6 of 6. According to a Joey Mente posted on Spin. He was The 5-foot Samar native was best known for his hang-time moves, despite being under 6 feet, even during his collegiate years with Lyceum. Ateneo champion coach Joel Banal rushed to hospital after heart attack:
You will not see me become an F. Mente studied and played for Lyceum, and roamed the streets of Intramuros. Then in , the big break came.
JOEY Mente is best remembered as an unheralded player who shot to fame with his acrobatic and high-wire acts on the way to becoming a PBA slam dunk champion. He was Mente's remains lie in state at the family residence in Capul Island, Northern Samar, according to his niece Ivy Catucod. Interment will be announced later.
The Samar native was best remembered for his aerial creativity during the Slam Dunk contest where he was hailed as the champion. I remember him because of his sense of humor, that's what he was known for. He always makes jokes and was fun to be with. He's full of energy on and off the court," Racela said. Updated
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Former PBA slam dunk champion Joey Mente has died after succumbing to a lingering illness. According to a report posted on le-monde-pluriel.eu, the. Joey Mente, who dunked his way to fame in the PBA, passed away last Wednesday of lingering illness. Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, August 22) — Former Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) player Joey Mente passed away after losing his.
Manila Bulletin Sports Online was able to get in touch with the niece of Joey Mente, Ms. Ivy Catucod who shared the actual cause of death.