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  1. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    kimpOy:sino kaya pwede i trade ng welcoat?
    di ba ang GF ni Rommel ay iyon babae anak ni Bert Lina (owner ng FEDex)
    yun ba yung medyo may kalusugan, if yes kasama niya sa welcoat office yun...

    so medyo feasible ang paglipat ni adducul sa welcoat kasi nag beef up ang gins with the recent trades...
    Last edited by kimpOy; July 30th, 2006 at 09:38 AM.

  2. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    chua: yeah gf ni adducul yung daughter ng may ari ng air 21,
    dami ng matatangkad sa ginebra ah...bka umalis na si adducul nyan, mdami na syang kalaban sa position

  3. Join Date
    May 2005
    pero ang dapat mawala din doon sa Gins ay si Andy Seigle

    dami na din injury ,trade na nila habang may vAlue pa

  4. Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Quote Originally Posted by BoEinG_747
    Ginebra lands Reavies, Mamaril


    AT this early in the off-season, Barangay Ginebra is proving to be the busiest among teams of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA)

    Shortly after re-signing to new contracts veterans Rodney Santos and Andy Seigle, the Kings found themselves involve in a three-team trade that netted them big men Raffi Reavies and Billy Mamaril.

    The 12-player deal that included the rights on controversial Fil-Am Rudy Hatfield and three future picks had the Kings doing business with the Coca-Cola Tigers and the Air21 Express in what was easily the biggest off season trade in the league so far.

    The papers consummating the trade will be submitted to the PBA Commissioner’s Office tomorrow.

    A highly placed source revealed to PJ that in exchange of Mamaril and Raffi Reavis, the Tigers acquired Ryan Bernardo from Air21 and Kalani Ferreria, Manny Ramos and a future first round pick and two second round picks from the Kings.

    In return, Air21 took in Aries Dimaunahan and 6-7 forward Ervin Sotto from Ginebra.

    “I think it’s a fair deal to everyone,” said the source.

    Being sister teams, the Kings and Tigers are not allowed to trade players directly, necessitating the presence of the Express as a third party.

    The Kings had a successful 2004 season, but could only finish fourth in this year’s Fiesta Conference.

    Injuries hampered the Kings’ campaign in the recent Philippine Cup, where they failed to retain their title, even coming up short of reaching the semis.

    By getting Mamaril and Reavis, Ginebra has beefed up its already formidable frontline led by Eric Menk, Romel Adducul, Seigle and sophomore Mike Holper.

    Their inclusion in Ginebra’s line-up installed the Kings back as a championship contender, not to mention the fact that they also got the rights on the hardworking Hatfield.

    Hatfield is still working on his papers in the hope of being reinstated in the league again.

    On the side of the Tigers, they too, are trying to put up a core composed of promising young guys.

    By acquiring Ferreria, the Tigers strengthen the guard rotation of coach Binky Favis. Bernardo and Ramos will serve as relievers to Ali Peek and Neil Rañeses.

    The Tigers, who will not have a first round pick in the coming draft, have two first round picks and two second round picks either next year or 2008.

    For the Express, the inclusion of Sotto reunites him with former St. Francis Doves teammates Yancy and Ranidel de Ocampo.

    The De Ocampos and Sotto formed up the Doves triple tower that catapulted the team to numerous championships in the NCRAA.

    By taking in Sotto, the Express have deepened their frontline. They already have the De Ocampos, veteran Mark Telan and banger Homer Se.

    Dimaunahan, a scrappy guard who has a decent touch from the three-point region, will serve as back-up for Wynne Arboleda.
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    Bro Chua .,agree ka na ba dito?

    Reavis, Mamaril? Pwede na...... lalo na kung babalik pa si Fafa Rudy? PWEDE!

    He-he! Ok, ah....Si Daddy Mamaril naglaro sa Gins, ngayon pati anak, Gins na rin. Pero si Adducul sa Gins pa rin........di walang trade?

  5. Join Date
    Sep 2003
    From Abante.....

    Gaano kaya katotoo na mawawala na sa Philippine Basketball Association ang koponan ng Coca-cola. Magiging iba na ang may-ari ng kumpanya, kaya kung sakaling mabili ito ng ibang company. May kalabuan umano itong lumahok sa next season ng PBA.


    May balita ba kayo tungkol dito?

  6. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    bali balita palang, sana wag mangyari yan, sayang naman kung mawawalan ng isang team. para maganda ang laban.

  7. Join Date
    May 2005
    ok lang mawalan basta may papalit na new team(paging.. Harbour Centre) para naman marami pa din mga player na may "K" makalaro pa sa PBA ,siempre para matulungan din ang familiy nila alam naman natin ang ibang player ang pag lalaro ang bread and butter nila

  8. Join Date
    May 2005
    Chot Reyes to San Miguel Beer, and Jong Uichico to Ginebra.

    Barring any top-management decision to call it off, this big development is about to take place in the coming days as the off-season buildup of the different PBA teams shifts to high gear.

    According to a very reliable source, San Miguel Corp., which owns the PBA franchises of San Miguel Beer, Ginebra, Coca-Cola and Purefoods, has finalized the deal between the two sister teams.

    Reyes and Uichico are two of the finest coaches in the land today with close to a dozen PBA titles between them.

    SMC president Ramon Ang will most likely make the formal announcement this week.

    The source, a team insider, said Reyes will replace Uichico as head coach of San Miguel Beer, one of only three teams, aside from Crispa and Alaska, ever to score a Grand Slam in the PBA.

    Uichico will be elevated as consultant of Ginebra where Siot Tanquingcen will continue to call the shots. It’s also possible for Uichico to take over as coach with Tanquingcen as his assistant.

    Uichico won six crowns for San Miguel Beer, two each in 1999 and 2000, one in 2001, and the last in the 2005 Fiesta Conference. He was head coach of the RP team to the 2002 Busan Asian Games.

    The STAR tried to get in touch with Uichico who said in a text message: "I am out of the country."

    Staying put as coaches of the two other SMC franchises are Binky Favis with Coca-Cola and Ryan Gregorio with Purefoods, the newly-crowned All-Filipino champion.

    Reyes, the Coca-Cola coach before he was tapped to handle the national team, was unavailable for comment although it’s certain that he will take on the challenge as new SMB coach.

    The stylish coach has four titles under his belt, two with Purefoods and two with Coca-Cola. —

  9. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    pwde din ang harbour centre. pero d pa raw sila ready as of now malay natin in a few years.. malakas lineup ng gin kings ah.....

  10. Join Date
    May 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by KG21
    pwde din ang harbour centre. pero d pa raw sila ready as of now malay natin in a few years.. malakas lineup ng gin kings ah.....
    sana maging malakas din line up nila sa loob ng playing court ,
    madami na din cases malakas ang line up sa papers,
    pag dating sa laro hirap manalo or madalas pa matalo

    good catch si Rafi Reavis& Rudy Hatfield( if ever na babalik sa Pinas)
    may pantapat na sila sa mga kalaban like Danny Seigle,
    naawa ako kay Rodney Santos pag sila nag babantayan ..hehehe

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