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    #841
    oo nga eh sana malakas din sila baka matulad sila sa talk n text..malakas line up pero puro talo, oo nga eh kawawa si rodney pag binabantay nya si dan seigle, ayos si hatfield mamaril at reavis dahil magiging advantage sila kasi matatangkad, all filipino ata ulit this coming october not sure lng...

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    #842
    all pinoy sa opening, kasi mga imports nasa NBA na ulit, sa march, madaming pagpipilian

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    #843
    Meanwhile, teams looking to complete their rosters now have the PBA pre-season games for reference.

    An expanded and more competitive pre-season matches will be played beginning this year that involve all 10 teams, including newcomer Welcoat, and feature rookie and veteran free agents left unsigned.

    The games are set from Sept. 1-17 just before the 32nd season of the PBA opens in October.

    Venues of the event have yet to be determined although league commissioner Noli Eala has proposed to take it to the provinces.

    He said prospective provincial organizers who wish to host an event will have to list up with the Commissioner’s Office.

    With the inclusion of rookie and veteran free agents, the 10 teams are allowed to have 18 players on their lineup during the three-week long pre-season games.

    The series of matches will allow unsigned players a final shot at showing their skills and talent, and hopefully, hook up with ball clubs still in the process of filling up their rosters.

    "So I’m encouraging all free agents to list up with the Commissioner’s Office so we’ll know how to spread them out," said Eala.

    "This is the way things are being done in the NBA, where teams still looking for talent or those which have excess players, rely on the pre-season games as barometer on which players they will sign or cut."

    He added NBA pre-season games are usually played for about a month.

    The PBA commissioner cited the case of Ginebra freshman Mark Macapagal as a perfect example of a rookie free agent that failed to land a roster spot with any of the teams prior to the 2005-06 season, but is now doing good with the Kings.

    The freshman guard out of San Sebastian was picked no. 14th by the Talk ‘N Text Phone Pals but failed to make the grade in the powerhouse backcourt of the telecommunication franchise.

    But he persisted and managed to land a spot with Ginebra.

    "Perhaps none of the team saw his potential in the beginning. It was a matter of giving the kid a break," said Eala of the hard-working Macapagal. "Now, he’s certainly enjoying his newfound status with Barangay Ginebra."
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    ayos ito para patayan sa slot ang mga player ,dami pa magagaling sa free agent pool

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    #844
    Quote Originally Posted by BoEinG_747
    Meanwhile, teams looking to complete their rosters now have the PBA pre-season games for reference.

    An expanded and more competitive pre-season matches will be played beginning this year that involve all 10 teams, including newcomer Welcoat, and feature rookie and veteran free agents left unsigned.

    The games are set from Sept. 1-17 just before the 32nd season of the PBA opens in October.

    Venues of the event have yet to be determined although league commissioner Noli Eala has proposed to take it to the provinces.

    He said prospective provincial organizers who wish to host an event will have to list up with the Commissioner’s Office.

    With the inclusion of rookie and veteran free agents, the 10 teams are allowed to have 18 players on their lineup during the three-week long pre-season games.

    The series of matches will allow unsigned players a final shot at showing their skills and talent, and hopefully, hook up with ball clubs still in the process of filling up their rosters.

    "So I’m encouraging all free agents to list up with the Commissioner’s Office so we’ll know how to spread them out," said Eala.

    "This is the way things are being done in the NBA, where teams still looking for talent or those which have excess players, rely on the pre-season games as barometer on which players they will sign or cut."

    He added NBA pre-season games are usually played for about a month.

    The PBA commissioner cited the case of Ginebra freshman Mark Macapagal as a perfect example of a rookie free agent that failed to land a roster spot with any of the teams prior to the 2005-06 season, but is now doing good with the Kings.

    The freshman guard out of San Sebastian was picked no. 14th by the Talk ‘N Text Phone Pals but failed to make the grade in the powerhouse backcourt of the telecommunication franchise.

    But he persisted and managed to land a spot with Ginebra.

    "Perhaps none of the team saw his potential in the beginning. It was a matter of giving the kid a break," said Eala of the hard-working Macapagal. "Now, he’s certainly enjoying his newfound status with Barangay Ginebra."
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    ayos ito para patayan sa slot ang mga player ,dami pa magagaling sa free agent pool
    magaling ata sadya ang ginebra magdevelop ng player hindi lang c Mark Macapagal... si Jayjay Helterbrand din, once player yan ng MBA naku ala alam gawin kundi magpenetrate ala naman nang yayari yun bangko tuloy pero ngayon one of the premier pointguards of the PBA... si Aries Dimaunahan hindi man lang naging UAAP/NCAA player yan parang practice player lang yan ng mga schools noong college days nya, ngayon decent player sya and got some playing time from ginebra.

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    #845
    ^^^ baka dahil sa coach ,
    kasi si Siot Tanquincen hindi masyado nabigyan ng break sa PBA

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    #846
    Quote Originally Posted by BoEinG_747
    ^^^ baka dahil sa coach ,
    kasi si Siot Tanquincen hindi masyado nabigyan ng break sa PBA
    maybe siguro sa coach nga. Pero nung 80's remember ducut and mamaril they got some playing time too ang crowds' pleaser

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    #847
    mas matindi ang applause pag pinasok ni Jawo si BUHAYYYYYYY!

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    #848
    jay jay helterbrand gumaling tlga, pero pumunta ata ng isang taon sa USA para mag practice dun. pero gumaling pa rin sya dhil binigyan sya ng break...

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    galing sa inq7.net

    SAN MIGUEL BEER officials are set to announce within the week the appointment of Chot Reyes as coach of the Beermen in the coming Philippine Basketball Association season and commissioner Noli Eala sees no conflict arising from Reyes’s duty as national coach.

    “His appointment, if it pushes through, has little effect on his coaching duties with the national team,” Eala told the Inquirer yesterday.

    San Miguel officials are expected to shuffle assistant coaches as Reyes is set to bring in his own assistants to San Miguel, sources said.

    No details have been bared pending the announcement except that Ginebra coach Siot Tanquingcen will slide as assistant to Jong Uichico, who will take over the Kings’ reins.

    Reyes is currently in Qatar with the national team while Uichico is vacationing out of the country and will be back this afternoon.

    Expected to be bumped off from the San Miguel roster of assistants is Art dela Cruz, who will be transferred to one of the four SMC-owned ballclubs.

    Stiffest sanctions

    In another development, Eala said his office is ready to apply the stiffest sanctions on erring Sta. Lucia Realty star Alex Cabagnot, who has gone AWOL (absent without leave) for the second time in two years.

    “We have looked at his case and there are violations right at first glance,” said Eala, a lawyer by profession. “There are precedents already in his case and I assured [Sta. Lucia governor] Buddy [Encarnado] that we will not spare the rod if he asks for it.”

    The Realtors have asked the commissioner’s office to help out in the case of Cabagnot, who went missing and then saw action in a US summer league, where he joined a team that played against Talk ‘N Text.

    “You’re not allowed to play for any other team once you are contracted by a PBA team,” said Eala.

    SLR team manager Ariel Magno said the Realtors were willing to explore all options in dealing with the Cabagnot case and were not ruling out the possibility of filing a suit against the cager.

    The Realtors gave Cabagnot 72 hours to explain his disappearance. They were expecting an answer yesterday.

    But Magno could not be reached for comment as to whether Cabagnot had already responded to the team’s ultimatum.

    Cabagnot also went AWOL after he was drafted No. 2 overall last year, saying he wanted to continue his studies first before playing professionally. He used the same reason in “disappearing” anew this time.

    Cabagnot, sources say, faces a possible lifetime ban from the league if he does not show up.

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    PBA Coaches Slam Trade Heavily Favoring Giñebra


    FOR PBA coaches Tim Cone of Alaska, Yeng Guiao of Red Bull, Alfrancis Chua of Sta. Lucia and Leo Austria of Welcoat, the trade that landed blue-chip players like Raffi Reavis, Billy Mamaril and rights on Rudy Hatfield to Ginebra was “an overkill.”

    “That was definitely overkill,” Cone told People’s Tonight in a telephone interview. “Even if Ginebra doesn’t have Romel Adducul, who is injured at the moment, having Eric Menk, Mamaril, Reavis, Andy Seigle, Mike Holper, Mark Caguioa, Jayjay Helterbrand and Rodney Santos playing on one team will install fear on every team.”

    “They took away the balance in the PBA,” said Guiao. “Yun nga ang dahilan kung bakit umangat ang rating ng PBA ulit it’s because of the balance among the teams, not Ginebra alone. Now, it seems that Ginebra will once again get the upperhand as far as manpower is concerned.”

    Chua agreed on Guiao as far as maintaining the balance among the participants.

    “Akala ko ba gusto ng PBA balance ang mga teams?,” said Chua. “Balance ba ‘yan? Kahit hindi marunong mag-basketball matatawa eh.”

    Austria, who will handle newcomer Welcoat beginning October, has different approach.

    “Having together these superstars in one team, paano mo pagkakasiyahin ‘yung budget ng isang team sa kanila?,” said Austria.

    The four coaches gave their views in the light of the trade that took place Saturday wherein Ginebra acquired Reavis, Mamaril and the rights on Hatfield.

    Coca-Cola, whose franchise is reportedly set to be sold, took in role players Ryan Bernardo, Manny Ramos, Kalani Ferreria plus one future first round pick and two second round picks.

    The Express, on the other hand, went up having Aries Dimaunahan and Ervin Sotto, who will be reunited with former St. Francis of Assisi Doves teammates Yancy and Ranidel de Ocampo.

    Former PBA chairman Buddy Encarnado of Sta. Lucia was also furious when he learned about the trade. He said SMC used Air 21 as a conduit, to go around league rules that disallow direct trading between sister teams.

    Encarnado said that the PBA rules were “bastardized,” and blamed Air21 for being a party to the trades that helped strengthen Ginebra and weaken Coke. But PBA commissioner Noli Eala, who just returned from a planning session with key members of his staff as well as some of the league’s partners including ABC 5, acted on the comments.

    “We’re holding in abeyance approval of the trades until such time that I have completely studied whether any of the rules have been violated,” said Eala, who also indicated he needed time to fully study the implications of the trades, which he conceded was done by the teams in their own best interests.

    Meanwhile, Alaska Milk has renewed the contracts of ace guard Mike Cortez and center Sonny Thoss. Both players were extended for three years.

    The 5-9 guard from La Salle and the 6-7 center are set to get the maximum pay of P350,000 a month.


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    Wa ako say.........He-he! Ginebra ako eh!
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