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League  PBA
Name  Greg Slaughter
Position  Center
Listed weight  258 lb (117 kg)
Weight  117 kg

Listed height  7 ft 1 in (2.16 m)
Height  2.13 m
Nationality  Filipino-American
Role  Basketball player
Pro career  2013
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Born  May 19, 1988 (age 27)Cleveland, Ohio (1988-05-19)
High school  Massaponax(Fredericksburg, Virginia)
College  University of the Visayas (2007–09)Ateneo de Manila University (2011–12)
Education  Ateneo de Manila University, University of the Visayas
Similar People  Japeth Aguilar, June Mar Fajardo, Ian Sangalang, Mark Caguioa, Marcio Lassiter

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Gregory William "Greg" F. Slaughter (born May 19, 1988) is a Filipino-American professional basketball player for the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He was selected first overall by the Barangay Ginebra in the 2013 PBA draft. Sports commentators and scribes call him GregZilla because of his apparent heft and height.


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Early life

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Greg's father is 6'3", while his mother is 5'7". Both of his parents were health physicists at nuclear power plants. He was born in Ohio and grew up in Virginia, finishing at Massaponax High School. In 2007, his family moved to Cebu, the hometown of his mother. He quickly learned Cebuano and was convinced by his maternal uncles to play competitive basketball.

College career

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He studied and played for the University of the Visayas from 2007-2009 and took up Political Science. He was a dominant force due to his height. He transferred to Ateneo de Manila University in 2010 and became an eligible player in 2011. In his two seasons for the Blue Eagles, he averaged 13.1 PPG, 9.8 RPG, 1.8 APG 2.9 BPG and 49.7 FG%, and he placed second in rebounds and blocks. He successfully teamed up with Kiefer Ravena and Nico Salva to lead Ateneo to two UAAP championships and completing a five-peat.

PBA D-League

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After graduating from Ateneo, he signed with PBA D-League team NLEX Road Warriors to showcase his talent for the upcoming PBA Draft.

PBA draft

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Slaughter declared for the 2013 PBA draft. In the prospect camp, he was measured to have height of 6 foot and 11 5/8 inches and a wingspan of 85 inches. He had a vertical reach of 11 feet 6 inches and performed 40 bench presses, the most of all draft applicants. He also did 50 situps, 62 pushups and 18 pullups. After the workout, multiple PBA managers and analysts listed him as the no. 1 prospect. Barangay Ginebra San Miguel picked him with the #1 pick in the draft.

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel (2013–present)

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Greg Slaughter was paired with Japeth Aguilar to form one of the most formidable frontcourt duos in the PBA and was dubbed the "Twin Towers". In his first game in the PBA, he tallied 10 points (5 of 9 shooting) and 13 rebounds in 36 minutes of play.

International career

Slaughter was the starting center for the Sinag Pilipinas team that won the 2011 SEA games and the 2011 SEABA tournament which was the qualifying tournament for the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship. He was also a part the national team pool in preparation for the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship held in the Philippines but did not make it to the final 12 roster. He was again invited to the pool that will train to compete in both the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain and the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, but he declined.

PBA career statistics

Correct as of October 19, 2016


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