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  1. #11

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Before UE or the RPYT coaching staff heard of Jairold Flores coach Pido was already in contact with him. If UE relegated him to the bench UST would have been happy to pick him up for a slot at Team A.

  2. #12

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by bchoter
    Before UE or the RPYT coaching staff heard of Jairold Flores coach Pido was already in contact with him. If UE relegated him to the bench UST would have been happy to pick him up for a slot at Team A.
    oh i see ;D thanks for the info
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  3. #13

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    rebulding time na naman tayo..... KAINIP!!!!

  4. #14

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    May names na ba ng potential recruits for next season?

  5. #15

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    nabasa ko sa forum ng ue,according to llagas si thiele at marcy lang daw ang mawawala next season..

  6. #16

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by sa_pula
    nabasa ko sa forum ng ue,according to llagas si thiele at marcy lang daw ang mawawala next season..
    eh yung coach?
    SAN BEDA BASKETBALL

  7. #17

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    ^^ wala naman balita kung papalitan si coach..malamang sya pa rin.

  8. #18

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    Elmer Espiritu is still not fully decided whether or not he will play in Season 72. As far as I can recall Season 71 should be his last season of eligibility in the UAAP since he is only a year younger than Mark Borboran and they came in at the same time in the 2005-2006 season I believe. With Hans Thiele and Marcy Arellano also having used up their eligibility, and no clear big-name recruits on the horizon, the Warriors look hard-pressed to so much as make noise in Season 72.

    That means Paul Lee and James Martinez will team with Pari Llagas to try and keep UE competitive throughout the off-season campaigns and well into Season 72. While these three may be legit UAAP-level stars they are not enough to keep the Warriors winning at a consistently high level. The likes of Val Acuna, Lucas Tagarda, Jairold Flores, John Noble, Erwin Duran and perhaps John Alabanza and Ken Acibar need to work double time in the off-season to be able to step up in Season 72. Duran (6'4" power forward), Alabanza (6'5" center-forward) and Acibar (6'5" forward-center) will be key because UE will miss the shotblocking of Espiritu, and Llagas cannot tend to both boards by himself. Noble is very skilled but needs to figure out if he is a 3, a 4 or a 5, although at just nearly 6'3" and without the springs of Espiritu he'd better work on his jump shot and handles because he isn't going to be a fulltime 4 or 5 in the UAAP unless he grows another two inches or so.

    While Martinez and Lee will get the bulk of the minutes at the peimeter, Acuna, the 6'2" swingman who has teased for the last two summers with his intriguing potential, needs to emerge. Acuna has the height, the athleticism and the trigger to be a successful UAAP swingman, and his defense if underrated. But for some strange reason he was languishing in head coach Dindo Pumaren's doghouse in Season 71 and never had the opportunity to get his game going. This is strange considering he did well as a part-time starter all throughout the summer tournaments displaying his perimeter shot off the pass or on his own, slashing from the high post or off the high pick and roll, and even a near-Bon Custodio-like pull-up jumper.

    As for Dindo Pumaren, his job is secure for now, unless of course Lawrence Tiongson is serious about getting a UAAP head coaching job. As of now Tiongson does not seem interested in such a position, especially with a rebuilding team like UE. He has not won much in the PBL and he does not seem inclined to be in another non-winning situation, i.e. if he takes any UAAP job it would be for a winning program.
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  9. #19

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    dindo na lang kesa tiongson ;D hindi nga sya makapasok ng F4 sa pbl..uaap pa kaya

  10. #20

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    Tiongson is the coach of Allied Bank in the Inter Bank di ba. And he allows Bong Tan 63.2 3-point attempts per game.


 
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