Ebrahim Enguio Lopez
Ebrahim Enguio Lopez (born January 31, 1988) is an Indonesian–Filipino professional basketball player who plays for the Muntinlupa Cagers of the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL). He played collegiate basketball for the UE Red Warriors in the UAAP.
|No. 31 – Muntinlupa Cagers|
|Born||January 31, 1988|
Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines
|Listed height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Listed weight||177 lb (80 kg)|
|College||University of the East|
|PBA draft||2017 Round: 3 / Pick: 27th overall|
|Selected by the Blackwater Elite|
|?||Cobra Energy Drink Iron Men|
|?||Boracay Rum Waves|
|2016||Tanduay Light Rhum Masters|
|2017–2018||CLS Knights Indonesia|
|Career highlights and awards|
Enguio was born on January 31, 1988 in Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines. He is of mixed Philippine and Indonesian descent. His father, a Bali-native is an Indonesian citizen while his mother is of native Filipino descent.
As the youngest of six children, he claimed that his uncle taught him how to play basketball. Ebrahim's basketball career began at age 13 when he was in high school and played for a school team in Manila. It was then continued until he went to college and played for the University of the East Red Warriors in the UAAP.
Lopez debuted in NBL Indonesia with the team Aspac Jakarta. At that time, he was predicted to be one of the best rookies in the league besides Ramot Gemilang who played for Satya Wancana. Enguio has been known to dunk in games. He did it for the first time at the Solo Series III while he dunked in the Series IV three times. In Series IV Bandung, he did an alley-oop dunk twice which was very rare in basketball games in Indonesia. In one of his games as a rookie, he recorded a double-double with 31 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist and 3 blocks.
Return to the PBA D-LeagueEdit
Tanduay Light Rhum MastersEdit
Lopez signed with the team Marinerong Pilipino for the 2017 Foundation Cup.
An Indonesian citizen, Lopez played as part of the Indonesia national basketball team. He was part of the Indonesian squad the garnered second place at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games. In 2017, Lopez joined the training camp for the Indonesia national basketball team for the 2017 Southeast Asian Games.
|2013–14||Dell Aspac Jakarta||NBL Indonesia||27||-||46.7||24.0||57.6||1.6||5.8||1.7||0.9||12.9|
|2014–15||M88 Aspac Jakarta||32||-||46.8||30.9||61.3||2.1||5.6||1.0||0.9||10.8|
|2016||Tanduay Light Rhum Masters||PBA D-League||?||?||?||?||?||?||?||?||?||?|
|2017–18||CLS Knights Indonesia||ABL||12||12.90||31.0||21.0||100.0||0.4||1.8||0.8||0.1||4.2|
|2014||Dell Aspac Jakarta||NBL Indonesia||4||-||52.0||35.7||70.0||2.0||6.0||1.3||0.8||15.5||1.5|
|2015||M88 Aspac Jakarta||3||-||40.7||28.5||44.4||2.0||8.3||1.0||1.3||10.7||0.1|
- "Basketball profile". www.asia-basket.com. Retrieved 3 April 2014.
- "Ebrahim Enguio Lopez Bawa Aspac Jakarta Raih kemenangan Keempat di Solo". www.tribunnews.com. Retrieved 3 April 2014.
- Olivars, Rick (8 June 2018). "Ex-UE Warrior Biboy Enguio plays for Indonesia in FIBA 3x3 World Cup". Philippine Star. Retrieved 8 June 2018.
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