Alberto Reynoso

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Alberto Reynoso
Personal information
Born (1940-05-14)May 14, 1940
Pasig, Philippines
Died November 22, 2011(2011-11-22) (aged 71)
Sacramento, California
Nationality Philippines
Listed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Listed weight 216 lb (98 kg)
Career information
College San Beda College
PBA draft 1975
Selected by the Toyota Super Corollas
Playing career 1975–1977
Position Center
Number 4
Coaching career 1977–1987
Career history
As player:
1957–1960 San Beda College (NCAA)
1960–1968 Ysmael Steel Admirals (MICAA)
1968–1972 Meralco Reddy Kilowatts (MICAA)
1973–1976 Toyota Comets (MICAA and PBA)
1977 Mariwasa Honda (PBA)
As coach:
1977–1982 Mariwasa Honda
Finance, Inc.
Galerie Dominique
1984–1987 Al Manama Sports Club (Bahrain)

Alberto C. Reynoso[1] (May 14, 1940 – November 22, 2011),[2] also known by his nickname "Big Boy" Reynoso, was a professional basketball player from the Philippines.

During the 1960s to 1970s, Reynoso played in the amateur basketball tournament of the Manila Industrial and Commercial Athletic Association. He later played in the professional Philippine Basketball Association from its formation in 1975 to his retirement. Though he was listed as only being 6'2" in height, he was selected numerous times to play the center position on the country's national basketball team.

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