“I hope you do well with a happy heart” Father’s support of ‘Philippine Legend’ for Ildefonso
Dave Ildefonso’s father left a message of support for his son.
On the 10th, the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot Professional Basketball Suwon KT and Jeonju KCC faced off in the 4th round at the Suwon KT Sonic Boom Arena. Before the game, a special face came out to sit-to. It was Danny Ildefonso, the father of Dave Ildefonso, who recently joined KT through the Asia Quarter System.
Danny Ildefonso is one of the legendary basketball players in the Philippines. He started his professional career in 1998 and won the MVP award in 2000 after leading his team San Miguel Beerman to victory in the Philippine Commissioner’s Cup and Governor’s Cup. Danny Ildefonso, who took the lead in San Miguel’s winning the Commissioner’s Cup and Governor’s Cup in 2001, won MVP for two consecutive years.
In front of KT fans, Denny Ildefonso said, “Hello. I am Dave’s father, Danny Ildefonso,” he greeted in Korean. Then, in his first attempt, he succeeded in a clean sit-toe, showing off his rust-free skills.
Danny Ildefonso said, “I am so grateful to have a sit-too. I would like to express my gratitude to the KT club for creating such a special opportunity.” 토토사이트
Danny Ildefonso stepped on Korean soil when his son, Dave Ildefonso, went to play for the KBL. He said that he had played for the same team as Changwon LG’s Mike Harris in the 2019-2020 season, and he also knew about KBL.
“I knew about KBL since I was a player. He was a teammate of Harris and I who played for LG. He seems to be more interested in him now that his son is playing in Korea.” Danny Ildefonso said.
Dave Ildefonso unfortunately did not make his KBL debut in front of his parents. He is scheduled to be put into action after boosting his fitness during the All-Star break.
Danny Ildefonso said, “I hope that the start of my professional career goes well with a heart that enjoys new challenges. I hope to show my strengths to the team as soon as possible, and I believe that I will do well. He left a word to his son, saying, “I will always support my son in the Philippines.”