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The_Big_Cat
06-28-2010, 10:53 AM
The country's oldest collegiate league opened last saturday with a bang. San Sebastian staved off a pesky Letran squad for a 6- point victory. In the second game, San Beda crushed JRU.

Among to watch this season are the rookies. Letran paraded a 6'7" behemoth in Raymond Almazan. He is a quicker version of Mark Andaya. Excellent hands, great footwork and works hard off the boards. San Beda has the Fil-Aussie twins and former RP Youth cagers (6'6" Kyle Pascual & 6'3" Jaypee Mendoza).

San Sebastian and San Beda remain the teams to beat this Season 86.


Post your comments/opinions/sentiments/observations here.

coachjake
06-30-2010, 08:39 AM
The country's oldest collegiate league opened last saturday with a bang. San Sebastian staved off a pesky Letran squad for a 6- point victory. In the second game, San Beda crushed JRU.

Among to watch this season are the rookies. Letran paraded a 6'7" behemoth in Raymond Almazan. He is a quicker version of Mark Andaya. Excellent hands, great footwork and works hard off the boards. San Beda has the Fil-Aussie twins and former RP Youth cagers (6'6" Kyle Pascual & 6'3" Jaypee Mendoza).

San Sebastian and San Beda remain the teams to beat this Season 86.


Post your comments/opinions/sentiments/observations here.


JRU is too overrated.

The_Big_Cat
07-02-2010, 03:48 PM
San Sebastian over Perpetual, 73-69. For the 2nd straight game, SSC trailed at the half and for the 2nd straight game SSC was pushed to the limit. You can see the difference without Jimbo Aquino. Awful field goal shooting despite controlling the boards.

Gilbert Bulawan was caught throwing a punch on a Perpetual player.

admiral thrawn
07-02-2010, 09:15 PM
Gilbert Bulawan was caught throwing a punch on a Perpetual player.


As usual!

lionbanker
07-02-2010, 10:06 PM
Bat wala ng replay ng mga games?

Rafiboy_05
07-02-2010, 10:27 PM
^^ May World Cup daw kasi. kinabukasan na yung replay ng games 6am sa Balls

danny
07-04-2010, 03:26 AM
Gilbert Bulawan was caught throwing a punch on a Perpetual player.


As usual!


Non-issue. This is a given.

BedanRoar
07-04-2010, 12:11 PM
Yup, maling sport ang pinasok niya! Anyway, what's the equivalent penalty for this MANCOM headed by the Host School?

KingRedLion
07-04-2010, 02:16 PM
Yup, maling sport ang pinasok niya! Anyway, what's the equivalent penalty for this MANCOM headed by the Host School?


IINM, if a closed fist was thrown, whether it landed or not, that's an automatic ejection from the game and a 1 or 2- game suspension. Pag tumama yata anywhere above the shoulder, auto eject from the game and a review whether to suspend/ban from the rest of the season is invoked.

I stand corrected but that's what happened in years past. Just not sure if there have been significant changes on such acts committed that merit heavy penalties and sanctions.

Heavily contested game that could've gone either way in the last 20secs. Altas just have to bring that type of intensity every single game and for sure, they'll give everyone a run for their money.

BedanRoar
07-04-2010, 06:23 PM
They (Atlas) don't have a deep bench. Talagang kakapusin sa end game.

Poging Baste
07-24-2010, 09:33 AM
CONGRATS TO THE STAGS!

Another resounding victory, tis time against the cards.

BRAVO!! BASTE!! ;D

RED HORSE
08-01-2010, 12:43 PM
When was the last time the Letran Knights started the NCAA season 1-4?

The_Big_Cat
08-01-2010, 01:34 PM
NCAA Player of the Week: Sudan Daniel (San Beda)
by NCAA Press Release
August 1, 2010



http://www.ncaa.org.ph/season86/images/news/87_SudanDaniel.jpg


Look who has reappeared for the San Beda Red Lions in the 86th NCAA basketball tournament.

It's not a bird. It's not a plane. But it's "Superman" Sudan Daniel, the latest winner of the Accel/Filoil NCAA Press Corps Player of the Week.

The 6-foot-7 center from Los Angeles, California reemerged in the Red Lions' 101-74 demolition of Perpetual Help on Wednesday at The Arena in San Juan.

Daniel, who made into last year's Mythical Five, toyed the undermanned Altas by scoring 16 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked 10 shots to keep the Mendiola-based cagers unbeaten after five games to nail the award backed by Terrilicious meat products.

San Beda are tied for the lead with defending champion San Sebastian to keep pace with its goal of regaining the title it lost last season to the Stags.

"This is a very emotional season for us because we want to get the title back to San Beda," said Daniel.

""He was a monster. He really showed his presence inside," said coach Frankie Lim, who only inserted his prized big man with just three minutes left in the first quarter.

Prior to this game, Daniel, who notched his first triple-double of the season, was averaging just 8.5 points, 10.3 rebounds and 3.7 blocks.

Daniel won the weekly award presented by ACCEL and Fil-Oil over San Sebastian's Calvin "The Beast" Abueva, Mapua's Macky Acosta and Emilio Aguinaldo College's Milan Vargas.

matzuraku
09-11-2010, 08:28 PM
,gudpm.. alam nio po ba rison bakit lumipat sa UP si ANGELO MONTECASTRO ng CSB? :) thank you.. =)

lekiboy
09-11-2010, 10:24 PM
nope- you better ask this from the blazers' thread/

Spikermike
09-13-2010, 12:05 PM
NCAA Press Corps Player of the Week: Garvo Lanete (San Beda Red Lions)
.by UAAP-NCAA Press Corps on Saturday, September 11, 2010 at 2:47pm.


Itís very rare to have a player who can step up and deliver the goods at any given time.

But itís a privilege San Beda College has with veteran guard Garvo Lanete, who powered last yearís runnerup Red Lions to its 12th straight wins in as many outings in the 86th NCAA seniors basketball competition.

Playing without itís veteran court general Borgie Hermida, who had a fever, Lanete filled the leadership void for the Red Lions and steered the Mendiola-based squad pass the scrappy Mapua Cardinals, 90-78, Wednesday.

The 21-year old, 4th year guard buried his personal season-high 30 points, including 13 in the fourth period, in the hard fought battle to preserve San Bedaís immaculate record and emerged as the hands down choice for the Accel/FilOil NCAA Press Corps Player of the Week award presented by Gatorade and Terrilicious Meat Products.

ďHe played a monster game,Ē said San Beda coach Frankie Lim of his ward, who pocketed his second POW award this season.

San Beda took control of the game early but when the Cardinals sparked a furious rally and trimmed down their deficit to seven with eight and a half minutes left in the fourth, Lanete took matters into his own hands when he nailed five straight points in the decisive 11-2 run to finally take the fight out of Mapua.

ďPamatay-sunog, thatís what Garvo is,Ē added Lim.

The win pushed the Red Lions closer on snaring a twice-to-beat advantage in the Final Four or four wins away from completing a sweep in the eliminations for an automatic best-of-three finals appearance.

Lanete edged Nate Matute of Jose Rizal U Heavy Bombers, Letranís Kristoffer Alas and San Sebastianís Calvin Abueva for the weekly citation given by a group of scribes from the country's leading broadsheets and tabloids covering the beat.

oca
09-28-2010, 09:51 AM
Average age of line-up; oldest to youngest (Sum of age of each player/ number of players in the line up as listed at the NCAA website)
1- SSC-R 21.79 yrs old, with 2 rookies
2- JRU 21.53, 5 rookies
3- UPHSD 21.46, 6 rookies, only 13 players listed.
4- MIT 21.13, 4 rookies
5- SJLC 21.00, 6 rookies
6- SBC 20.27, 6 rookies
7- CSB 20.13, 6 rookies


Experience index, line-up's average years played in the NCAA (Sum of number of yrs each non-rookie player has played in the NCAA/ number of non-rookie players in the line-up as listed in the NCAA website)
1- MIT 2.36
2- JRU 2.20
3- SSC-R 2.08
4- SBC 1.90
5- CSB 1.75
6- UPHSD 1.43
7- SJLC 1.33

a. Arellano and Emilio Aguinaldo are not in the listing as they are still considered "expansion teams".

b. SSC-R has the oldest line up, ave age is 21.79, but doesn't own the distinction of having the most experienced line up n the league. (They sure don't recruit them young.) ::)

c. MIT has the most experienced line up coming into the season, but is only 4th in terms of average age. (They sure recruit them young!) :)

d. JRU has 5 rookies but has the 2nd oldest lineup. (No minors allowed? )

e. Perpetual has 6 rookies but has the 3rd oldest line up. :o

f. SBC has the 2nd youngest line-up, but 4th in having the most experienced line up. (Only 1 player graduating after S86!)

g. The 4 teams with most experienced line up have advanced past the elimination round for this season.

LION
09-28-2010, 10:25 AM
^ oca, your data assumes that the declared ages of some of the players are accurate. Baka may mga nagkukunwaring bata diyan. ;D

But the age and experience factors explain the performance of the NCAA teams.

oca
09-28-2010, 10:29 AM
^ oca, your data assumes that the declared ages of some of the players are accurate. Baka may mga nagkukunwaring bata diyan. ;D

But the breakdown helps us understand the performance of the NCAA teams.



I assume they are not that stupid to declare something publicly, yet knowing it is patently wrong.

But I could have assumed wrong. ;D

mighty_lion
09-28-2010, 11:07 AM
e. Perpetual has 6 rookies but has the 3rd oldest line up. :o


I would assume it could have been higher if not for the disqualification case.

LION
10-26-2010, 10:43 AM
BIGGEST JOKE OF THE YEAR! - REY GOROSPE!

You feigned injury just to avoid going to the free throw line. ;D Shame on you. :P