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COLEGIO DE SAN JUAN LETRAN
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College career Guevarra played college for Colegio de San Juan de Letran where he teamed up with future PBA players RJ Jazul and Bryan Faundo. Together, they led the Knights to a Finals appearance in 2007 before losing to rival San Beda Red Lions. On 2009, Guevarra injured his knee after a bad fall after colliding with San Beda center Sudan Daniel, which prevented him from playing with the Smart Gilas in the PBA and prematurely ended his college career. Professional career Air21 Express Guevarra was drafted by Air21 Express third overall in the 2010 PBA draft. San Miguel Beermen / Petron Blaze Boosters On March 2, 2011, Guevarra, along with Rabeh Al-Hussaini and Nonoy Baclao, the top three picks in the 2010 draft, was traded by Air21 to San Miguel Beermen for Danny Seigle, Dondon Hontiveros, Dorian Peña and Paul Artadi. Powerade Tigers / GlobalPort Batang Pier On April 20, 2012, him, Al-Hussaini and Lordy Tugade was traded by Petron Blaze (formerly San Miguel) to Powerade Tigers for Marcio Lassiter and Celino Cruz. "The Fafa Dunk" With 11 seconds left during the 3rd quarter of GlobalPort Batang Pier's (formerly Powerade Tigers) game against the Alaska Aces, Guevarra went coast-to-coast for a facial slam dunk over Aces import Jason Forte. Minutes later, he trended nationwide on Twitter. Meralco Bolts Guevarra, along with Vic Manuel, Josh Vanlandingham, and a 2015 first round pick was traded by GlobalPort to the Meralco Bolts for Sol Mercado, Kelly Nabong, and Jaypee Belencion.