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    #191
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    nag apologize na si coach chot. bawi na lang tayo sa next fiba asia.

    apology para sa mga ofws lang sa taiwan.
    e tayo dito sa pilipinas, na milyones ang nanood, di siya nag apologize, sa coaching blunder nya?

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    #192
    2nd round schedule

    Date Time Court Game Group Teams
    Monday
    05/08/2013 10:30 MOA 22 Group E Qatar Vs Jordan 12.45 23
    Group E Iran Vs India 15:00 24
    Group E C. Taipei Vs Hong Kong 17.45 25
    Group F Kazakhstan Vs China 20:30 26
    Group F Philippines Vs Japan 22:30 27
    Group F Korea Vs Bahrain 18:00
    N. Aquino 28 13-15 Plc Malaysia Vs Thailand

    Tuesday
    06/08/2013 10:30 MOA 29 Group E Jordan Vs Hong Kong
    12.45 30 Group E Bahrain Vs Iran 15:00 31
    Group E Japan Vs C. Taipei 17.45 32
    Group F China Vs India 20:30 33
    Group F Philippines Vs Qatar 22:30 34
    Group F Kazakhstan Vs Korea 18:00 N. Aquino 35
    13/14 Plc Winner 28 Vs Saudi Arabia

    Wednesday
    07/08/2013 10:30 MOA 36 Group E Japan Vs Jordan 12.45 37
    Group E Iran Vs Kazakhstan 15:00 38
    Group E C. Taipei Vs Qatar 17.45 39
    Group F Bahrain Vs China 20:30 40
    Group F Hong Kong Vs Philippines 22:30 41
    Group F India Vs Korea

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    #193
    madali-dali ang kalaban ng PH

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    #194
    I wouldn't want to be in the place of India

    Ang kalaban ay Iran, China and Korea

    Mas maganda ang posisyon at kalaban ng Pilipinas dito

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    #195
    Quote Originally Posted by 111prez View Post
    I wouldn't want to be in the place of India

    Ang kalaban ay Iran, China and Korea

    Mas maganda ang posisyon at kalaban ng Pilipinas dito
    parang massacre na mangyayari sa india.

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    #196
    Based on the groupings in the second round, even assuming that the Philippines beat C. Taipei, parehas din pala ang kalaban, i.e. Japan, HK and Qatar.

    So win or lose pala, it did not matter.

    Pride lang ang natamaan.

    In retrospect, it was better to lose already and knock some sense into the Gilas team and coach/es para mas focused na sa mas importanteng round na ito


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    #197
    Quote Originally Posted by 111prez View Post
    Based on the groupings in the second round, even assuming that the Philippines beat C. Taipei, parehas din pala ang kalaban, i.e. Japan, HK and Qatar.

    So win or lose pala, it did not matter.

    Pride lang ang natamaan.

    In retrospect, it was better to lose already and knock some sense into the Gilas team and coach/es para mas focused na sa mas importanteng round na ito

    May bearing yan pagdating sa knockout game... Meron mga carry overs eh..hinde ko lang alam exactly Kung Paano pag compute pero lahat ng games may bearings.

    Ang importante yun laban ng china and kazhastan dahil pwede tayo magbenta ng laro after...pwede tayo pumili ng kalaban...yun standing ng china dapat malaman natin..since iran sure ball na rank 1 na...china ang magulo...maiwansan lang natin china and Iran...may pagasa tayo..since Korea ang makakalaban natin...

    Pero alangin pa rin tayo sa Japan and quatar....saka malay mo tsambahan din tayo ng Hk

    Kakahiya pag mag tank tayo ng games...Paano na yun pride natin saka Paano na yun Sinabi ni Chot na nagpapakamatay sila para sa bayan...
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    #198
    Gilas fallout from Taipei loss: a likely quarters clash with China and a semis duel with Iran



    IT’S just one loss, but its fallout could haunt Gilas Pilipinas deep in the knockout rounds of the 27th Fiba-Asia Men’s Championship.

    As the nation woke up with a giant hangover following Gilas' late meltdown in a 79-84 heartbreaker against Taipei on Saturday night, Gilas coach Chot Reyes was left to weigh the implications of a defeat that dimmed the hosts' chance of topping their bracket in the second round of the eliminations.

    That means Gilas will have to go through the proverbial eye of the needle to reach its goal - a likely quarterfinal showdown with China and a possible face-off with formidable Iran in the Final Four.

    Reyes conceded that he is well aware that the road has just become harder for Gilas in its bid to return to the world championships for the first time since 1978, but insisted he is trying not to look that far ahead.

    “We’re very aware of that possibility," Reyes said. "My point is, our target is (to make the ) quarterfinals first."

    The loss relegated Gilas to second place behind the unbeaten Taiwanese in Group A with a 2-1 record which it would take into the second round of the preliminaries in this biennial event where three places to nexr year's world championships in Spain are up for grabs.

    After a rest day on Sunday, Gilas along with Taipei and Jordan join undefeated Group B topnotcher Qatar, Japan, and Hong Kong in Group E, while making up Group F are powerhouse Iran, South Korea, and defending champion China from Group C and Group D qualifiers Kazakhstan, Thailand, and India.

    But here's the tricky part.

    By topping Group A, Taipei now gets the inside track on the top spot in Group E which it can wrap up with victories over Japan, Hong Kong, and Qatar. Gilas must hope that Taipei stumbles not just once but twice to wrest the top spot away from its arch-enemy.

    If it gets the job done, the Taiwanese will be gifted with a pairing against the most likely No. 4 qualifier from Group F, Kazakhstan, in the crossover quarterfinals - a privilege Gilas had hoped to get.

    So where does that leave the Philippines?

    With unbeaten Iran a lock for the top qualifying berth from Group F, Gilas, if it beats Qatar, Japan, and Hong Kong, will most likely end up facing the No. 3 qualifier from the other group, which could be either defending champion China or nemesis South Korea.

    But since Korea beat China in the group stage, the defending champion Chinese will most likely land at No. 3 entering the quarters - and right on the path of Gilas if the Filipinos end up at No. 2 in their own group.

    Assuming Gilas gets past China, a battle with mighty Iran will most likely follow in the semifinals where a place in the world championships will be on the line.

    Reyes however, stands defiant.

    “Whoever we play there (quarterfinals), we play," he said. "It doesn’t matter who.”

    Source: Gilas fallout from Taipei loss: a likely quarters clash with China and a semis duel with Iran | SPIN.PH - Sports Interactive Network Philippines

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    #199
    Putangina talaga sa yabang itong si Chot bading

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    #200
    Di ba talaga pwede magpetition online na palitan na itong si chot reyes?!

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