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gie
05-16-2008, 01:05 AM
--im a big fan of pbl and ive been cheering for harbour for 4 championships already...pwde ba wag ng ilayo yung venue ng games...ok lng sna ng out of town games during nung start ng conf ndi ung ngaun finals na..ok lng sna kung rizal,san juan or prnque eh pro ung cavite..munti ang hirap po humabol dun ah...ang skin po eh sna wag naman ilayo maxado...question bkit po pla bigla nag OUT OF TOWN ANG GAMES NG PBL?? ??? ???

kamsss
05-16-2008, 01:30 AM
oo nga. dapat malapit lang venues. haha ;D

nastrans
05-16-2008, 10:41 AM
Kasi walang nanonood ng games sa mga regular venues, by bringing the games outside of the usual arenas mas madaming manonood.

At bakit at this point nagkaroon ng games sa probinsiya? Cost efficient kasi dahil same personnel, players, etc. ang idadala mo sa venue imbis na 4-6 na teams ang sasama sa bawat lugar.

jonas-jason
05-16-2008, 10:52 AM
sa Arena po ba gaganapin ang Finals? ???
sana doon na lang kasi un lang ang alam kong puntahan. ;D


Oh! by the way
kaya daw hindi na ginaganap sa RIZAL MEMORIAL COLISEUM
ung games kasi mainit daw doon at may mga natulo kapag naulan ng malakas.
;D

gaya ng pumunta ang PBL sa Tanauan Batangas. Sa home town ko. nakakahiya kasi nang umulan ay malakas ang tulo sa Gym kaya kinailangan na itigil ang game until the rain is over.
hiyang hiya talaga ako sa PBL. :-[

gie
05-17-2008, 08:11 PM
Kasi walang nanonood ng games sa mga regular venues, by bringing the games outside of the usual arenas mas madaming manonood.

At bakit at this point nagkaroon ng games sa probinsiya? Cost efficient kasi dahil same personnel, players, etc. ang idadala mo sa venue imbis na 4-6 na teams ang sasama sa bawat lugar.
oo sbihin n ntin marami nga nanunuod pag out of town pro nanunuod lng ni wla nga maxado na cheer kung hindi ganun kaganda game..kc ndi lahat ng nag la2ro dun kilala ng mga tao..unlike sa PBA...oo me ilan kila2 malamang either kamag anak or kakila2 pwde...lalu na sa cable pinapalabas ung game..replay nman 1 game lng kung sa ch 23 malamang ok pa...kung mas malawak ang pag promote ng PBL marami nmn ang manunuod eh..and im sure of that...

GeRiZ1412
05-18-2008, 11:26 PM
i TOTALLY agree on the matter... how could it be cost efficient? and to whom?... i have seen couple of the venues apparently, its not really satisfying. not even to the audience/crowd. Rizal well no doubt, its hot. The ARENA should be a good venue... and there are also a lot of fans anticipating especially the finals... ITS THE FINALS THAT SHOULD BE WITHIN MANILA... ant the eliminations possible to be out of MANILA... since MANILA is where the PBL began ryt?

gie
05-19-2008, 06:59 PM
i TOTALLY agree on the matter... how could it be cost efficient? and to whom?... i have seen couple of the venues apparently, its not really satisfying. not even to the audience/crowd. Rizal well no doubt, its hot. The ARENA should be a good venue... and there are also a lot of fans anticipating especially the finals... ITS THE FINALS THAT SHOULD BE WITHIN MANILA... ant the eliminations possible to be out of MANILA... since MANILA is where the PBL began ryt?*
true...sana nung start plng ng conf dun cla nag out of town...mas tanggap ko pa un dhil gusto ng tao na dun me laro ang pbl..pro FINALS DUDE dapat manila hindi ako selfish what so ever pro this is what were waitng for ang pagha2rap ulit ng HAPEE AT HARBOUR...tingin ko pwede xa umabot ng game 5 sa tingin ko lng ah..esp ngaun na gus2 iwanan ni gabe ang HAPEE na napg champoion nia..with a good coach like coach louie no wonder pwede db...

nastrans
05-19-2008, 08:04 PM
sa Arena po ba gaganapin ang Finals? ???
sana doon na lang kasi un lang ang alam kong puntahan. ;D


Oh! by the way
kaya daw hindi na ginaganap sa RIZAL MEMORIAL COLISEUM
ung games kasi mainit daw doon at may mga natulo kapag naulan ng malakas.
;D

gaya ng pumunta ang PBL sa Tanauan Batangas. Sa home town ko. nakakahiya kasi nang umulan ay malakas ang tulo sa Gym kaya kinailangan na itigil ang game until the rain is over.
hiyang hiya talaga ako sa PBL. :-[


Tukayo, paturo naman kung papano pumunta sa venue nyo sa Tanauan? Salamat

sherwin152003
05-21-2008, 05:15 PM
actually, nagcomment lng ako ksi of disappointment s pbl due to the final venues..
actually, this is the first time since 2006, (i think PBL unity cup p yata yun) na hindi ako makakawatch ng game in the championship series... since 2006 i watch all the championship series, game by game.. the 5 games in magnolia championship ang all the championshipl game series of the 4 peat of harbour... nakakainis kasi kung kailn n finals, den they are going out of town...

well, i remember all the championship saga i watched in the pbl, i remember the time when jeff chan waxed hot in the game 5 s championship series nila with rain or shine... remember when joseph yeo made 4 straight 3 pointer in the first championship of harbor.. or maybe the scoring drought of Hapee during the game 2 of the first hapee-harbour series, which cost them the championship in the game 3.. or the duel between ateneo teammates in the harbour-cebuana series(Jc intal for harbor and macky and doug for cebuana).. and lastly who would ever forgot the series last december.. panalo na ang hapee but sol mercado and company destroy the party.. well i might sound awkward pero naiinis tlga ako s PBl.. many pbl fan wants to watch the final series of this championship.. many people wouldwant to watch the battle between jason castro and gabe norwood (the two of the greatest amateur player in this year) in this champioship series.. many people are longing to watch this battle (including me) but ryt now think it much better if we are going to be contented watching on our television and hope the intensity of the game would filled the room where we are watching.. i hope PBL would realize the importance of bringing back the PBL where it really started..

about the issue na mas maraming nanunuod sa province, i would say na marami na nanunuod outside s regular venues because walang bawal... in the regular venue, you cannot enter the venue if u are wearing slippers, sando, sandals (kng lalaki ka ha) at bata kng wala kasamang matnda.. in other venue especially s mlabon, at muntilupa wlang bawal.. you can enter the venue if you want kaya maraming tao dun.. hope umabot ng game 5 kasi balita sa arena ang game sa game 5...

GeRiZ1412
05-22-2008, 03:18 PM
I agree po... hay ewan MAJOR disappointment to the MNILA fans... josko... sana noong elims nila naisip un! duh... commmon sense... hay... and if they are worried about the crowd/audience, puno naman ang venue pag FINALS e... hallerr... common... MAJOR PAIN! and such a DISAPPOINTMENT... they should have realized it in the first place... nanjan na e... la n tyo magagawa...

amdgc82
05-23-2008, 06:35 AM
Trinidad lauds warm reception for PBL*
May 23, 2008 07:19 PM Friday
www.journal.com.ph
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COMMISSIONER* Chino Trinidad yesterday* expressed* his* deep gratitude to the legion of PBL fans, especially* those in the provinces, for their* tremendous support* of the ongoing Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup finals* between Hapee Toothpaste and Harbour Centre.
* *
Trinidad* said the* *huge crowd that filled the* newly-built Batangas City Sports Center during Game 1* of the on-going best-of-five finals series was* just* another heart-warming episode of the season-ending* tournament.
* *
“Nakakataba ng puso ang reception namin hindi lamang* sa Batangas pati na rin sa Cavite, Tarlac and Baguio,” said Trinidad, who was informed by the Batangas* organizers, led by Fr. Leonido* Dolor, that more 6,000 fans watched the game last Wednesday.
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That crowd, according* to Trinidad, was the biggest* since the titular showdown between Hapee (Fast Liquid* Detergent) and Welcoat* Paints in 2004.* * * * *
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Game 5 of that* *title series was played at the Philsports Arena in Pasig City.
* *
Though it requires a lot of effort, not to mention the* time and money, bringing entertainment to the* countryside is part of the league’s main thrust.
* *
“Aside from bringing the sport closer to the* basketball fans, by doing so, we are also helping our teams expand their market in the provinces,” said* Trinidad.
* *
“Sa dami ng problema ng bansa natin ngayon,* kailangan nila ng kunting entertainment.”
* *
During the early* phase of the elimination round, the* PBL held its games either at the historic Rizal* Memorial Coliseum and* The Arena in San Juan.
* *
The league* also staged some of its quarterfinal* games in Malabon and Muntinlupa and the response was* also tremendous.

amdgc82
05-23-2008, 06:41 AM
Success of PBL provincial games opens possibilities
FRIDAY |MAY 23, 2008
www.malaya.com.ph

PBL COMMISSIONER Chino Trinidad yesterday said the tremendous response of cage fans in the provinces, especially last Wednesday during Game 1 of the title series between Harbour Centre and Hapee Toothpaste in Batangas, showed the immense potential of bringing games to nearby provinces.

Hapee stole Game 1 of the Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup finals, battling back from 18 points down to score a 74-73 win before some 6,000 fans.

"Mas lalong na-inspire ang mga bata dahil sa dami ng tao cheering for us. It shows fans appreciate what the league is doing," said Hapee team manager Bernard Yang.

"Ang feeling ng mga players namin ngayon parang nasa pro league na sila sa dami ng nanonood," said Erick Arejola, team manager of Harbour Centre, said.

Game 2 is set tomorrow at Trece Martires in Cavite.

"Nakakataba ng puso ang reception lamang sa Batangas kundi pati na rin sa Cavite, Tarlac and Baguio," said Trinidad.

The crowd at the Batangas Sports Center was the biggest since the titular showdown between Hapee (Fast Liquid Detergent) and Welcoat Paints in 2004. Game 5 of that series was played at the Philsports Arena.

"Aside from bringing the sport closer to basketball fans, we are also helping our teams expand their market in the provinces," said Trinidad.

This early, officials from Olongapo and Dagupan have already signified their interest to host a game or two in the next conference.

amdgc82
05-23-2008, 06:45 AM
Chino thanks PBL fans
Friday, May 23, 2008
http://manilatimes.net

COMMISSIONER Chino Trinidad on Thursday thanked the legion of PBL fans, especially those in the provinces, for their tremendous support of the ongoing Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup finals between Hapee Toothpaste and Harbour Centre.

Trinidad said the huge crowd that filled the newly-built Batangas City Sports Center during Game 1 of the on-going best-of-5 finals series was just another heart-warming episode of the season-ending tournament.

“Nakakataba ng puso ang reception namin hindi lamang sa Batangas pati na rin sa Cavite, Tarlac and Baguio,” said Trinidad, who was informed by the Batangas organizers, led by Fr. Leonido Dolor, that more than 6,000 fans watched Wednesday’s game.

That crowd, according to Trinidad, was the biggest since the titular showdown between Hapee (Fast Liquid Detergent) and Welcoat Paints in 2004. Game 5 of that title series was played at the Philsports Arena.

Though it requires a lot of effort, not to mention the time and money, bringing entertainment to the countryside is part of the league’s main thrust.

“Aside from bringing the sport closer to the basketball fans, by doing so, we are also helping our teams expand their market in the provinces,” said Trinidad.

The PBL held games either at the historic Rizal Memorial Coliseum and air-conditioned The Arena in San Juan during the elimination round while some quarterfinal games were held in Malabon and Muntinlupa.

Hapee Toothpaste took Game 1, 74-73, while Game 2 will be on Saturday in Trece Martires, Cavite.

amdgc82
05-23-2008, 06:47 AM
PBL packs them in in provincial games
Friday, May 23, 2008
www.mb.com.ph

Commissioner Chino Trinidad yesterday expressed his deep gratitude to the legion of PBL fans, especially those in the provinces, for their tremendous support of the ongoing Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup finals between Hapee Toothpaste and Harbour Centre.

Trinidad said the huge crowd that filled the newly-built Batangas City Sports Center during Game 1 of the on-going best-of-five finals series was just one of the heart-warming episodes of the season-ending tournament.

"Nakakataba ng puso ang reception namin hindi lamang sa Batangas pati na rin sa Cavite, Tarlac and Baguio," said Trinidad, who was informed by the Batangas organizers, led by Fr. Leonido Dolor, that more 6,000 fans watched the game last Wednesday.

That crowd, according to Trinidad, was the biggest since the titular showdown between Hapee (Fast Liquid Detergent) and Welcoat Paints in 2004. Game 5 of that title series was played at the Philsports Arena.

Though it requires a lot of effort, not to mention the time and money, bringing entertainment to the countryside is part of the league’s main thrust.

"Aside from bringing the sport closer to the basketball fans in the provinces, by doing so, we are also helping our teams expand their market in the provinces," said Trinidad. "Sa dami ng problema ng bansa natin ngayon, kailangan nila ng kunting entertainment."

During the early phase of the elimination round, the PBL held its games either at the historic Rizal Memorial Coliseum and airconditioned The Arena in San Juan. The league also staged some of its quarterfinal games in Malabon and Muntinlupa and the response was also tremendous.

Even team officials of Harbour Centre and Hapee were equally elated with the huge turnout of fans during the opener of their title series which Hapee won, 74-73.

"Mas lalong na-inspired ang mga bata mag-laro ngayon dahil sa dami ng tao nagchecheer sa kanila ngayon. It just shows they also appreciate what the league is doing," said Hapee team manager Bernard Yang.

"Ang feel ng mga players namin ngayon parang nasa pro league na sila sa dami ng nanonood," Erick Arejola, team manager of Harbour Centre, said. Government officials from Olongapo and Dagupan have already signified their interest to host a game or two in the next conference.

"Yung isa nga, gusto humabol sa finals," said Trinidad.

Game 2 is set tomorrow in Trece Martires in Cavite.

gie
05-24-2008, 05:42 PM
PBL packs them in in provincial games
Friday, May 23, 2008
www.mb.com.ph

Commissioner Chino Trinidad yesterday expressed his deep gratitude to the legion of PBL fans, especially those in the provinces, for their tremendous support of the ongoing Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup finals between Hapee Toothpaste and Harbour Centre.

Trinidad said the huge crowd that filled the newly-built Batangas City Sports Center during Game 1 of the on-going best-of-five finals series was just one of the heart-warming episodes of the season-ending tournament.

"Nakakataba ng puso ang reception namin hindi lamang sa Batangas pati na rin sa Cavite, Tarlac and Baguio," said Trinidad, who was informed by the Batangas organizers, led by Fr. Leonido Dolor, that more 6,000 fans watched the game last Wednesday.

That crowd, according to Trinidad, was the biggest since the titular showdown between Hapee (Fast Liquid Detergent) and Welcoat Paints in 2004. Game 5 of that title series was played at the Philsports Arena.

Though it requires a lot of effort, not to mention the time and money, bringing entertainment to the countryside is part of the league’s main thrust.

"Aside from bringing the sport closer to the basketball fans in the provinces, by doing so, we are also helping our teams expand their market in the provinces," said Trinidad. "Sa dami ng problema ng bansa natin ngayon, kailangan nila ng kunting entertainment."

During the early phase of the elimination round, the PBL held its games either at the historic Rizal Memorial Coliseum and airconditioned The Arena in San Juan. The league also staged some of its quarterfinal games in Malabon and Muntinlupa and the response was also tremendous.

Even team officials of Harbour Centre and Hapee were equally elated with the huge turnout of fans during the opener of their title series which Hapee won, 74-73.

"Mas lalong na-inspired ang mga bata mag-laro ngayon dahil sa dami ng tao nagchecheer sa kanila ngayon. It just shows they also appreciate what the league is doing," said Hapee team manager Bernard Yang.

"Ang feel ng mga players namin ngayon parang nasa pro league na sila sa dami ng nanonood," Erick Arejola, team manager of Harbour Centre, said. Government officials from Olongapo and Dagupan have already signified their interest to host a game or two in the next conference.

"Yung isa nga, gusto humabol sa finals," said Trinidad.

Game 2 is set tomorrow in Trece Martires in Cavite.


WHATEVER...xempre klangan nia mag thank you ang dami nanuod kc dun x ginawa eh...but come to think of it yung mga loyal fans ng PBL d2 sa manila d nia pinasa2lamatan...hay naku ewan

nastrans
05-24-2008, 09:34 PM
Anu bang mas gugustuhin ninyo, finals na halos hakot na empleyado ang manonood o mga taga probinsiya na makikinabang at pupunuin ang crowd? Hindi ba't maganda na rin na puno ang tao sa venue kesa naman na tayong taga Maynila e halos e depende sa venue e di pa mapupuno ang venue. At saka pagbigyan na natin mga tiga-probinsiya, ilang taon na din nagfifinals ang PBL dito, kahit minsan lang.

Pero ika nga kung ayaw niyo, wag niyo, yun lang.

sherwin152003
05-25-2008, 01:20 PM
naku, i'm hoping, that the move of PBL to the province IS SOLELY FOR THE PBL INTEREST....
and about the thing in the finals venue, you know its very very onesided affair wher fans are only cheering for gabe norwood or the people they only knew.. (for short kung marmi kang kamg-anak dun, mas marming cheerer na) people on the province doesn't know the caliber of harbour or even the talents of castro, Ty tang, sol mercado or jeff chan.. they didn't even know that the last 4 conference champion is harbor.. for short popularity contest lang ang pagsupport ng mga tao sa province rather than in manila...
i don't want to start any fight here pero i hope the PBL would realize that they need also to appreciate people who are supporting here in manila... people who are coming from different places in manilA just to watch PBL.. student who skipped their classes and enjoying their summer in the san juan arena, workers who take a leave just to watch in the Rizal, fans who went to the practices of the team in the PBL routinely and watch their game live, friend families and love ones of the PBL player living in manila and support their player, people who willingly pay 20 pesos in one of their venue for the sake to see the game, and just ordinary people who enjoy watching basketball... i hope PBL would realize that this people went in the opening of this conference and maybe a proper way of appreciation to this people is giving a game series or even just 1 game in the championship set here in manila... hope they value this people..

kamsss
05-25-2008, 05:53 PM
naranasan ko na mag-absent ng ilang beses sa last class ko. ;D lumuluwas ako papuntang manila galing dito sa cavite para makanood ng games. ;) hello naman kasi ung batangas games. at ang masama pa dun, pati ung mga all - important games eh ndi pa sa manila :-[. game4. pano kung magchamp na ung hapee or harbour? walang future db? wag nilang sabihin na dun makikita kung sino tlga ung avid fans ng teams. ang hirap naman kasi pumunta sa masyadong malayong lugar. di mo pa alam ung mismong venues. tinitipid mo na allowance mo para sa pamasahe mo pero hindi pa rin enough ung naipon mo. taeng yan.