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sa_pula
06-13-2008, 11:19 AM
Ateneo def. La Salle, 70-60

UE vs. Ateneo sa NSL Finals


Go Ateneo One Big Fight!

Basta PULA = May GULO


basta PULA may GULO? Eh yung TEAM (FEU) mo nga muntik magkarambulan vs LYCEUM ;D

Dark Knight
06-13-2008, 04:53 PM
Parang sabay ang Finals ng NSL at Filoil, or im crosseyed.

nastrans
06-13-2008, 05:57 PM
Saturday FilOil finals, Sunday ang NSL finals.

Congratulations to the Adamson Lady Falcons and the San Sebastian Staglets for winning their respective divisions.

eightyfiver
06-13-2008, 07:08 PM
Pag pinabayad kayo sa labas ng ticket tomorrow para manood ng NSL ibig sabihin peperahan ng Nike yung Ateneo-La Salle semis.


On the contrary, mukhang mas organized and profit is not one of their priorities. Libre na entrance, televised pa ang games mula quarterfinals including the finals of women's and juniors division. Kudos to the organizers!

Question lang Nabro ba ang kinuha nilang refs?

nastrans
06-13-2008, 07:25 PM
Pag pinabayad kayo sa labas ng ticket tomorrow para manood ng NSL ibig sabihin peperahan ng Nike yung Ateneo-La Salle semis.


On the contrary, mukhang mas organized and profit is not one of their priorities. Libre na entrance, televised pa ang games mula quarterfinals including the finals of women's and juniors division. Kudos to the organizers!

Question lang Nabro ba ang kinuha nilang refs?


NABRO ang mga referees but then I think BARECOM ang kinuha ng Filoil, familiar kasi mga mukha nila.

NSL is bound to lose money from this tournament anyway from venue booking (magkano pa kaya yung parenta sa ULTRA), awarding of incentives, trophies, gatorade bottles, electric bills, sweldo sa mga referees, statiscians, schedule makers, tournament head, website and PR writers and website photographers, and free giveaways to anyone involved, ewan ko lang kung nagbayad sila ng airtime sa ABS.

nastrans
06-15-2008, 05:29 PM
Congrats to Ateneo for winning the NSL title, 65-64, over UE.

Tiu with the game-winning 2pt, Salamat named MVP.

gabriel
06-15-2008, 06:06 PM
bawi na lang sa uaap, congrats to ateneo ;D

Dark Knight
06-15-2008, 09:42 PM
Im confused.............

1. Boom Gonzales mentioned that this is NSL's FOURTH Season.

2. Wikipedia says its just the SECOND staging of the tournament.

3. I researched and found out that UE is the champion of the 2006 NSL. Are they merged with FMC Summer League in 2006?

4. I cant find a 2005 NSL edition if this is indeed the 4th season of the NSL.

So whats the real score here?

nastrans
06-15-2008, 11:22 PM
2006 was a merged league between the NSL and the FMC, so it had a mixed name. When 2007 came along, both leagues started to make separate leagues.

eightyfiver
06-16-2008, 08:26 AM
Im confused.............

1. Boom Gonzales mentioned that this is NSL's FOURTH Season.


Hindi lang iyon. During the 1st half when UE was leading, may mga hirit pa siya na, "How serious is Ateneo in winning this league?" ???

Dark Knight
06-16-2008, 08:31 AM
:D Classic Boom "and the bank is open on saturday" Gonzales. ;D

The_Big_Cat
06-16-2008, 12:12 PM
At least mas malaki ang champions' trophy dito sa Nike Summer League kaysa sa Fil-Oil. ;D

coreytaylor
06-16-2008, 04:00 PM
At least mas malaki ang champions' trophy dito sa Nike Summer League kaysa sa Fil-Oil.* ;D


Tumpak!

Joescoundrel
06-16-2008, 09:54 PM
Ateneo De Manila leaned on the end-game heroics of team captain Chris Tiu to nip the UE Red Warriors 65-64, bagging the Nike Summer League 2008 title.

UE played near-perfect basketball for over 39 minutes. In the last 34 seconds of play though they suddenly forgot how to fight through staggered screens as Tiu came off two screens then nailed a picture-perfect jumpshot from the top of the key, the ball ripping through the nylons with still 26 seconds left.

In the ensuing play the Warriors had two chances to pull out the victory but just could not buy a basket: Paul Lee had a shot back-rim and Hans Thiele bungled a point-blank shot. UE still had the ball with just 2 seconds remaining but the ball just wouldn't go in for the Warriors. Tiu rebounded the last UE miss as time expired to complete his save of Ateneo.

"That was really the play. Even if he doesn't make all his shots you can't leave him open with the game on the line," said coach Norman Black of Tiu's game-saving shot.

Eric Salamat was declared the MVP after the game. Joining him in the Mythical 5 were UE's Pari Llagas, Lasalle forwards Rico Maeirhofer and PJ Barua, and FEU pointguard Mark "Babyface" Barroca.

In the opening game FEU bagged third place after beating the undermanned Green Archers.

FEU forward Mac Baracael was wearing an ankle boot, while La Salle guard JV Casio had his right wrist in a wrap as well.

bchoter
02-22-2009, 10:53 PM
Heard there's going to be a coaches' meeting on March 17

pusongbaste
02-26-2009, 07:02 AM
Kelan start nito?