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Mick Pennisi

League  PBA
PBA draft  2000 / Direct Hire
Weight  107 kg
Name  Mick Pennisi
Pro career  1995
Role  Basketball Player
Position  Center, Power forward
Listed weight  235 lb (107 kg)
Height  2.11 m

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Born  March 13, 1975 (age 40) Australia (1975-03-13)
College  Eastern Michigan (1994–1997)
Education  Eastern Michigan University

Listed height  6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
Nationality  Filipino / Australian

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Michael Alfio "Mick" Pennisi (born March 13, 1975) is a Filipino-Australian retired professional basketball player. He last played for the GlobalPort Batang Pier of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He was automatically hired by Red Bull in 2000. He was then traded to San Miguel for future draft picks.

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Player profile

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An Australian-Filipino, Pennisi is a very good left-handed 3-point shooter. He played five seasons with the Townsville Crocodiles before moving to the Philippines. In the 2007–08 PBA Philippine Cup, he was the third highest 3-point field goal shooter behind his former teammate Mike Hrabak and Ren-Ren Ritualo. His career high is 29 points. He is also a many-time member of the Philippine national basketball team.

Townsville Crocodiles (1995–1999)

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Pennisi started his career with the Townsville Suns of the Australian NBL.

Red Bull Barako (2000–2008)

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In 2000, he decided to try his luck in the Philippines where he was signed by Red Bull Barako, then an expansion team in the Philippine Basketball Association. There, he was one of the team's stars, along with Lordy Tugade, Junthy Valenzuela, Davonn Harp, and Kerby Raymundo, leading Red Bull to two consecutive Commissioner's Cup championships in 2001 and 2002 PBA Commissioner's Cup. He was also a key player in Red Bull's 2006 PBA Fiesta Conference championship-winning squad.

San Miguel Beermen / Petron Blaze Boosters (2008–2011)

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Pennisi was traded to the San Miguel Beermen after the 2008 PBA Fiesta Conference in exchange for San Miguel's 2010 first round pick (which Red Bull traded to Barangay Ginebra which then used it to pick John Wilson).

Barako Bull Energy Cola / Barako Bull Energy (2011–2014)

On August 28, 2011, Pennisi was traded by San Miguel to Barako Bull Energy Cola along with Sunday Salvacion and the rights for the 2010 no. 8 pick (which was used by Barako Bull to pick Allein Maliksi for Dondon Hontiveros.

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On March 21, 2012, he achieved his 700th career 3-point field goal in the 1st quarter of their game against his former team, Petron Blaze Boosters. He became only the eighth player to achieve such feat joining a list that included Allan Caidic and Ronnie Magsanoc. On the same day also he made a controversy by reacting late in a flop when Will McDonald threw the ball thus, hitting Mick Pennisi in the head.

Purefoods Star Hotshots / Star Hotshots (2014–2015)

On December 8, 2014, Pennisi was traded to Purefoods Star Hotshots in exchange for Ronnie Matias and Isaac Holstein.

Return to Barako Bull / Phoenix (2015–2016)

On September 19, 2015, Pennisi was sent by the Hotshots back to Barako Bull in exchange for Barako Bull's 2017 second round pick.

GlobalPort Batang Pier (2016–2017)

On November 11, 2016, Pennisi was traded by the Phoenix Fuel Masters to the GlobalPort Batang Pier in exchange for Doug Kramer.

On September 2, 2017, he announced his retirement after playing 17 seasons in the PBA.

References

Mick Pennisi Wikipedia


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