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  1. #671
    Meron silang 6'6" pero hilaw na hilaw pa although may kinuha daw na big man coach si manong para ma accelerate. Ayaw daw talaga ng management sa imports kaya, for next year, makikipag bid daw sila sa isang Fil-Am na 6'9"

  2. #672
    ^ Brod, unless they give that 6-9 kid premium shares in Asia Brewery and Fortune Tobacco super sure ako either sa Taft or sa Bustillos mapupunta 'yan. Alam mo naman na labanan ngayon kapag ganyang legit 6-9 tapos Fil-Am pa.
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  3. #673
    ^ wala ng bidding na magaganap. Di na lumabas sa Taft hehehe

  4. #674
    ^ Sabi ko nga eh...
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  5. #675
    ^ Kasama na dun yung totoong big prize: yung 6'4" na mas batang kapatid. Kung yung coach ang masusunod, sa UP (or UST) sana ang tungo niyan at sa US NCAA Div1 yung mas batang kapatid. When you have 15 scholarship offers, malamang hindi fluke yon and his coach thinks he is better off playing college hoops in the US since he can still play in the PBA after and he'll be better-equipped. Owel...

    Meanwhile, UE will have a 6'4" atheltic wingman serve residency after finally securing his clearance from another university.

  6. #676
    Sir bchoter, sino yung wingman na 6'4'?

    Quote Originally Posted by bchoter View Post
    ^ Kasama na dun yung totoong big prize: yung 6'4" na mas batang kapatid. Kung yung coach ang masusunod, sa UP (or UST) sana ang tungo niyan at sa US NCAA Div1 yung mas batang kapatid. When you have 15 scholarship offers, malamang hindi fluke yon and his coach thinks he is better off playing college hoops in the US since he can still play in the PBA after and he'll be better-equipped. Owel...

    Meanwhile, UE will have a 6'4" atheltic wingman serve residency after finally securing his clearance from another university.

  7. #677
    ^ mejo nag dalawang isip kasi may balitang papalitan yung coach sa pinanggalingan niyang school. Dati siyang sentro nung high school pero very athletic kaya magandang i move sa wings, na kaya naman noya with better shooting lang

  8. #678
    Thank you sir sa info =)

    Wala na ba talaga chance kami magkaroon ng blue chip player? Halos lahat ng school meron na kami na lang ang kulelat sa recruitment. Ayaw pa ng import, lalong kangkong.


    Quote Originally Posted by bchoter View Post
    ^ mejo nag dalawang isip kasi may balitang papalitan yung coach sa pinanggalingan niyang school. Dati siyang sentro nung high school pero very athletic kaya magandang i move sa wings, na kaya naman noya with better shooting lang
    Last edited by gensankid; 07-19-2017 at 10:01 PM.

  9. #679
    UE hopes to pull surprise

    Published July 23, 2017, 1:00 AM
    By Jerome Lagunzad

    After failing to meet lofty expectations last year, University of the East is bracing for another tough grind in the UAAP Season 80 men?s basketball tourney with the departure of several top guns led by star guard Bonbon Batiller.

    But veteran coach Derrick Pumaren is unfazed, confident that the current batch of the Red Warriors, now bannered by sophomore Alvin Pasaol and a handful of underrated cagers, are determined to spring a big surprise.

    ?Almost half of the team is new. But so far, we?re right on the schedule. We?re doing well in our practices and the things that we are supposed to do, nakukuha ng mga bata,? he said in a phone interview yesterday.

    Disappointed with their woeful last-place finish last season despite boasting a talented crew that included Batiller, Renz Palma, Paul Varilla, RR De Leon, and Edgar Charcos, Pumaren is not one to cry over spilled milk, shifting his full focus on the task at hand instead.

    ?The players we have right now have a different attitude. They?re now starting to show that winning attitude,? he stressed, adding the wiry 6-foot-3 Pasaol and fellow holdovers Philip Manalang, Mark Olayon and Clark Derige are raring to redeem themselves.

    Pumaren also expressed high hopes on a pair of recruits ? combo guard Chris Conner from Guam and shooting guard Mark Maloles from Manuel L. Quezon University ? whom he feels can make an immediate impact.

    Pumaren is not too eager to prove his true worth ? head-to-head-wise ? against touted newcomers Jamike Jarin of National University and Far Eastern University?s Olsen Racela.


 
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