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    PBA D-League coaches want rookie draft in place to balance lineups
    Rey Joble, InterAKTV Tuesday, November 27, 2012 7:39 pm

    “It’s not balanced anymore. Yung mga malalaking teams, nakukuha nila yung mga malalakas na players,” said Blackwater coach Leo Isaac, who added he understands why the league hasn’t instituted a draft just yet.

    “Hindi pa magawa yung drafting because teams cannot commit to stay longer. How can we do the drafting if may mga teams na sasali then aalis agad? For us to have a drafting, teams must be committed to stay for at least three years.”

    Air 21-Jose Rizal University coach Vergel Meneses said the league has to take that step first as an incentive for teams to stay in the league.

    “When there’s balance, teams or franchises will be inclined to stay and participate longer, providing more stability for the league,” said Meneses.

    The powerhouse NLEX Road Warriors have won all three D-League tournaments so far. The team will soon be welcoming 7-foot center Greg Slaughter to its fold, even as it has remained undefeated in 22 games dating back to last season.

    Cebuana Lhuillier coach Beaujing Acot said having a draft in the D-League would help not just teams, but players as well.

    “I think the drafting is not only aimed at balancing the competition, but also a vehicle to develop new talents,” said Acot, who added that imbalance not the only problems that the D-League faces.

    “We should also be in a lookout regarding our rules wherein we implement the school-based policy “Ang nangyayari, yung teams nakikipag-tie up sa mga schools not just to establish chemistry on their teams, but para maka-take advantage na mayroong silang imports.”
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    Cafe France does the improbable, stuns NLEX, 66-52. Bakers snap the Road Warriors' 24-game winning streak.

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    Welcome Racal Motorsales!

    VALENZUELA CITY Saint Clare College of Caloocan, a school that is slowly building a winning basketball tradition over the last two years, will take its program to the next level by participating in the coming Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) D-League Aspirants Cup set to commence on October 27, 2014. The Saints will carry the colors of Racal Motorsales, a rising Filipino company known for its affordable but high quality motorcycles. READ MORE

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    AMA Tryouts

    ENTERING THEIR fifth consecutive conference of participation in the PBA D-League, AMA Online Education and its multi-titled Coach Mark Herrera is out to make the loudest noise ever as the squad is currently holding open tryouts for next year?s Aspirants Cup. Interested players are requested to report to the AMA University Gym in Project 8, Quezon City every Monday and Friday at 10:00 AM and every Wednesday at 6:00 PM. READ MORE

  5. #65

    AMA ONLINE Education has made it clear that De La Salle University superstar Jeron Teng will be their first overall selection in the PBA D-League Rookie Draft scheduled for December 20 at the PBA Cafe in Pasig City. For sure, Teng?s court skills and charisma will be a big boost to the school-based franchise that has compiled a 13-29 win-loss card in four conferences of participation under the baton of Coach Mark Herrera. READ MORE

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    PASIG CITY ? As expected, AMA Online Education made De La Salle University superstar Jeron Teng as the first overall selection of the 2016 PBA D-League Draft Tuesday (December 20) at the PBA Cafe. Teng leads 73 other hopefuls who heard their names called by the eight participating teams in the exercise that took 18 rounds to complete. READ MORE

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    PASIG CITY - Living up to their lofty billing, Cignal-San Beda shattered Racal Ceramica, 93-85, in Game One of the PBA D-League Aspirants Cup championship series at the Ynares Sports Arena Thursday (March 30). Strong performances by guard Pamboy Raymundo and forward Jason Perkins were enough to secure the victory for the Hawkeyes who built a 19-point cushion at the halftime break, 55-36. READ MORE

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    SAN JUAN City - Racal Ceramica evened the best-of-three championship series for the 2017 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup by downing Cignal-San Beda, 100-90, in Game Two at the FilOil Flying V Arena Monday (April 3). The deciding Game Three is scheduled for Thursday (April 6) at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City. READ MORE

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    PASIG CITY - Stalled in their bid two days earlier, Cignal-San Beda made sure there will be celebrating this time as the top seed bagged the 2017 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup over an extra tough Racal Ceramica, 81-78, in Game Three of their championship series Thursday (April 6) at the Ynares Sports Arena. The Hawkeyes banked on superlative second half performances from Javee Mocon, Jason Perkins, Pamboy Raymundo and tournament Most Valuable Player Robert Bolick to squeeze out the much-deserved victory. READ MORE

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    HOURS BEFORE the PBA D-League would crown Cignal-San Beda as the 2017 Aspirants Cup champions, a new team that could challenge the Hawkeyes' bid for back-to-back trophies was formally unveiled ? the Flying V Thunder. To be handled by champion coach Eric Altamirano, the Thunder is set to compete in the coming Foundation Cup with a roster heavy with talent and star power. READ MORE

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