Brothers Kiefer and Thirdy Ravena are going to take part in an online show that will replace the B.League All-Star Game which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 situation in Japan.
The Ravenas are among the players scheduled to appear in the program titled “B.League All-Star Game 2022 in Studio” on Saturday, Jan. 15 that will feature discussions and fun activities.
Both players were supposed to take part in the Rising Stars game, a side-event of the midseason event along with seven other Filipinos this weekend in Okinawa.
Ray Parks Jr., Kobe Paras, Dwight Ramos, Javi and Juan Gomez de Liano, Kemark Carino would have team up with the Ravenas for the Asian team against the Rising Stars squad which features Matthew Aquino, who is listed as a local player in the B.League.
Kiefer and Thirdy were also slated to participate in the skills event.
But the league decided last week to cancel the All-Star for the second straight season due to COVID cases that led to the postponement of some games recently.
Ramos was the only Filipino to play in last week’s first division which saw the Toyama Grouses split a two-game series with the Akita Northern Happinets.