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  1. #11

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    Hehehe! Sana magkatapat pa

  2. #12

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    Sana nga po.

  3. #13

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    Is it true that the game against the staglets tomorrow(wednesday) is cancelled due to the aptitude/assesment exams? Too bad they dont cover these games on TV, well atleast they broadcast the finals

  4. #14

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    I'm not sure po about the Juniors game eh. Will check po.

  5. #15

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    Keith Agovida just scored 82 points in dumping Malayan High School 127-49.

  6. #16

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    JRU cager Agovida scores NCAA record of 82 points
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 15:02:00 09/05/2008

    MANILA, Philippines -- Keith Agovida of Jose Rizal University's high school basketball team set the Cuneta Astrodome alight Friday with an NCAA record of 82 points in the Light Bombers' 127-49 massacre of Mapua.

    What made the feat more remarkable was the fact that the 18-year-old Agovida did it in just 37 minutes on the floor.

    "I thank my teammates and my coach for giving me the opportunities to score," said Agovida, not aware that his output was the highest in the league’s 84 years.

    Agovida, who came into the match with a 31-points-per game average, made 36 of 49 shots and hit 10 of 16 free throws. He shot just one triple but missed. He also grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked five shots.

    Agovida's output surpassed the previous record of 71 points by Letran's Erwin Bolabola established in the late 1970s, according to league officials.

    The 6-foot-1 Agovida, a third-year student, already had 36 points by halftime and went on to drop 20 in the third and 26 in the final quarter.

    His previous high was 57 points which he registered in the first-round meeting versus Mapua.

    Despite Agovida's exploits, the Light Bombers remained third in the standings with an 8-4 card, behind four-peat seeking San Sebastian and Letran.

    Mapua finished the season winless in 12 games.

    Cedelf Tupas, INQUIRER
    SAN BEDA BASKETBALL

  7. #17

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    ^^ Ang mga nahuling linya ang pinakamahalaga sa lahat para sa mga tunay na nagmamahal sa larong busluan. Naka-82 points si Agovida at ito ay isang record na tingin ko lang magtatagal at hindi mabubuwag kahit sa susunod pang 84 na taon ng NCAA. Pero ang tanong: magcha-champion ba ang Light Bombers lalo kontra sa rumaragasang San Sebastian Staglets nina Arvie Bringas, Almond Vosotros at Raffy Gusi?
    "Kung ayaw mong masaktan mag-chess ka na lang!"

  8. #18

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    What is the current scoring average of Keith Agovida?
    SAN BEDA BASKETBALL

  9. #19

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat
    What is the current scoring average of Keith Agovida?

    It was another usual game in the NCAA juniors division with two teams enduring contrasting fortunes.

    The JRU Light Bombers are aiming at one of the top two spots heading into the Final Four while the Mapua Red Robins (officially dubbed as Malayan High School of Science) are still a rebuilding team that is on the verge of suffering a winless campaign.

    But for JRU star Keith Agovida, a skinny 18-year old, 6-1 big man, he took advantage of a weak opponent and some passes from his teammates to post a league record 82 points in JRU’s 127-49 rout of the Red Robins.

    The feat he registered broke the league record of 71 points held by former Letran Squire Erwin Bolabola back in the late-1970’s but despite making a mark with this feat, Agovida still credited his teammates and head coach Boy de Vera.

    “Nagpapasalamat lang ako sa mga teammates ko sa tiwala nila sa akin at pati na din kay coach kung hindi dahil sa kanila hindi ako magkakagawa ng ganito,” Agovida said after the game.

    Despite facing the lowly Red Robins, he still went out and played his usual game as he entered the game with a season average of 30.9 points. After the match, his production grew to a whopping 35.5-point clip.

    “Sabi ko lang parang praktis ito pero ginawa ko po magagawa ko para yung skills ko lumabas,” said Agovida.

    “Pinasahan lang namin siya at yun talaga ang gameplan namin,” said teammate Louie Vigil.

    It wasn’t the first time that Agovida had these numbers, as he also ripped the Red Robins for 59 points during the first round of the eliminations.

    But today, he had his gigantic outputs of 23 points in the first quarter, 13 in the second, 20 in the third, and 26 in the final period to grab the record.

    “Hindi ko po inexpect na mauulit, sa akin lang po binibigay yung bola,” said the third-year high school standout who is not eligible to play next season.

    The win enabled the Light Bombers to post its seventh victory in 11 games with one more to play against San Sebastian on Monday. For Agovida and his teammates, all they want is an opportunity to play in the Finals, most likely against the Staglets and his counterpart Arvie Bringas.

    “Sana makapasok kami sa Finals gusto naming matalo ang Baste para matalo naman sila basta po kakayanin po namin,” he said.

    “Malaki lang po siya (Bringas) sa akin pero kaya naman po,” Agovida added.

  10. #20

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat
    JRU cager Agovida scores NCAA record of 82 points
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 15:02:00 09/05/2008

    MANILA, Philippines -- Keith Agovida of Jose Rizal University's high school basketball team set the Cuneta Astrodome alight Friday with an NCAA record of 82 points in the Light Bombers' 127-49 massacre of Mapua.

    What made the feat more remarkable was the fact that the 18-year-old Agovida did it in just 37 minutes on the floor.

    "I thank my teammates and my coach for giving me the opportunities to score," said Agovida, not aware that his output was the highest in the league’s 84 years.

    Agovida, who came into the match with a 31-points-per game average, made 36 of 49 shots and hit 10 of 16 free throws. He shot just one triple but missed. He also grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked five shots.

    Agovida's output surpassed the previous record of 71 points by Letran's Erwin Bolabola established in the late 1970s, according to league officials.

    The 6-foot-1 Agovida, a third-year student, already had 36 points by halftime and went on to drop 20 in the third and 26 in the final quarter.

    His previous high was 57 points which he registered in the first-round meeting versus Mapua.

    Despite Agovida's exploits, the Light Bombers remained third in the standings with an 8-4 card, behind four-peat seeking San Sebastian and Letran.

    Mapua finished the season winless in 12 games.

    Cedelf Tupas, INQUIRER

    3rd yr student lang 2?? 18yrs old?? di na sya pede maglaro nxt season.,,.


 
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