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    After the 1st round of the elimination UE RW is in the bottom of the standing at 1 - 6 win loss record. The 6th loss came from UP Maroons win less after 6 games and got their 1st W at the expense of UE RW last sunday.

    Today UE management made an official announcement on the Head Coaching Job of Jerry Codinera. "Coach Jerry Out - Coach Boysie Zamar IN". Today is Coach Boysie day 1 as Head Coach of UE RW they will play on Saturday August 25, 2012 to start their 2nd round campaign in UAAP MBT Season 75

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    This remainder of this season should already be considered Boysie Zamar's initial getting-to-know-you phase with these new Red Warriors.

    Jerry Codinera had it coming. As great as he was as a basketball player, he is yet the latest example of a great player proving to be a bad coach.

    His roster choices from last season to this season spoke volumes. He removed Ken Acibar, Don Trollano, Jon Abrigo, John Noble and Lord Casajeros. He brought in Bon Chavez, Niko Montelibano, Villarias and Zosa.

    Has assistant coach Billy Reyes not prevailed upon him and his equally legendary brother Harmon, Codinera was also set to remove Roi Sumang. That's right, THE Roi Sumang, the only guy worth calling himself a UAAP player on this entire roster. His reasons for wishing to remove Sumang boiled down to one thing: Codinera didn't think Sumang could handle being a UAAP pointguard. Even worse, he thought Chavez could handle the pointguard duties better than Sumang.

    Jerry, seriously, what the hell are you smoking? And can I have some of that?

    For now Boysie Zamar is left to clean up the mess left behind by the Codinera "brain trust". Hopefully Zamar will have Arellano fugitive Charles Mamie in tow for Season 76. Mamie is now in UE and attending classes like a good student-athlete. Hopefully he will be ready to go by summer of 2013.

    As for the rest of Season 75, I think UE will have one more win to close out this season at 2-12.

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    Hella expensive Lucky Me

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    UE RW lost to NU Bulldogs 83 - 74 @ MOA Arena
    its 0 - 2 for Coach Zamar, we lost today but it was a decent lost looks like a close game in the closing minutes.

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    Bulldogs turn back Warriors Keep Final 4 hopes alive

    By Jasmine W. Payo

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    1:35 am | Friday, August 31st, 2012

    Avoiding a repeat of its recent meltdown, National University quelled a late University of the East rally for an 83-74 victory in the UAAP men’s basketball tournament yesterday at Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay.

    Ray Parks fired 21 points, including eight in the final quarter that helped the Bulldogs stay afloat after the Warriors had trimmed their 15-point lead, 67-52, to just three, 70-67.

    “We didn’t play well today. We struggled and the game came down to the last minutes,” said NU coach Eric Altamirano after the Bulldogs rebounded from a heartbreaking overtime loss to UST, 58-57, where they blew a 17-point advantage.

    The fifth-running Bulldogs improved to 6-4 despite the absence of Cameroonian center Emmanuel Mbe, who sat out the game due to a hip injury.

    In the second game, Adamson snapped a six-game losing streak with a 75-70 triumph over the University of the Philippines.

    The trio of Eric Camson (19 points and 14 rebounds), Jericho Cruz (17 points) and Rodney Brondial (15 points and 17 rebounds) delivered for the also-ran Falcons, who won for only the second time in 10 games.

    Meanwhile, the league slapped a one-game ban on Far Eastern University bruiser Arvie Bringas and Ateneo center JP Erram for separate unsportsmanlike acts during Wednesday’s game won by the Blue Eagles, 77-64.

    Bringas was ejected midway in the fourth quarter for spitting at Ateneo’s Justin Chua, while Erram was caught kicking FEU’s Carl Cruz after a game review.

    UAAP commissioner Ato Badolato said yesterday that warnings had also been issued to Ateneo’s Greg Slaughter and Ryan Buenafe and FEU’s Mark Belo, Carl Cruz and Roger Pogoy for various infractions in the game.

    “Prior to the spitting incident, [Slaughter] elbowed Bringas. I saw it in action,” said Badolato. “After we reviewed the tape, we also saw Pogoy giving an elbow when (Ateneo’s Juami) Tiongson fell in front of the FEU bench.”

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    UE CENTER Chris Javier 1st UAAP 3points shot gives the Red Warriors 2nd Win

    ..Chris Javier couldn’t have picked a better time to bury the first triple of his UAAP playing career.

    Getting a timely pass from guard Roi Sumang, Javier swished the game-winning trey just as time expired to give University of East a pulsating 79-76 win over University of the Philippines Sunday in the UAAP Season 75 men’s basketball action at the MOA Arena.

    The 6-foot-5 Javier pumped in eight of his 20 points in the fourth, including the game’s biggest basket, while Sumang added 20 markers, seven assists and five boards to help the Red Warriors avert a fourth quarter meltdown.

    With the score knotted at 76, Sumang wisely milked the clock then barreled his way on the left that attracted UP’s defense before dishing off to Javier, who heaved the ball from the left flank over the outstretched arms of defender Raul Soyud, drilling in the leather as time expired.

    “First time kong shu-moot nun’ three points, Thinking ko dun sa dying seconds, kumpyansa lang pati composure. Nasa dugo ko lang talaga ang dugong Warriors,” beamed Javier, who also hauled down nine boards, all but two coming on the offensive end.

    The thrilling win, which helped snapped their three-game slide and avenged their 48-63 defeat against the Maroons last Aug. 19, gave the Red Warriors a 2-8 mark.

    Fil-Am Mike Silungan, who finished with a team-high 16 points, helped UP come back from 11 points down in the fourth, only to lose steam in the crunch that led to their ninth loss in 10 outings.

    A putback by Javier put UE comfortably ahead 70-59 early in the fourth but the Fighting Maroons came charging back with a 15-4 run, with Silungan firing nine, to forge a 74-all count.

    After Jhon Rey Sumido split his charities, American import Chris Ball put UP on top 76-75 before Javier tied the game anew at 76-count by sinking the tail-end of his free throws with 2:04.

    Both teams failed in their respective offensive thrusts before Javier sank the game-clincher as UE fans basked in delight.

    “It’s a magical win. We really tried (our best) and this one was a magical win for us. Akala ko next year pa ako makakapunta dito,” stated UE coach Boycie Zamar, who lost his first two games since calling the shots anew for the Red Warriors in lieu of Jerry Codinera.

    “Now we play with our head and hearts in forty minutes. We played the UE brand of basketball,” he added.

    Both teams provided intense action, with UE forward Ivan Hernandez getting slapped with an unsportsmanlike foul for elbowing UP’s Raul Soyud in the waning moments of the second canto.

    Physicality reached its peak at the 4:47 mark of the third with UE leading 50-46 as UE forward Jai Flores shoved Alvin Padilla of UP in the face with a closed fist as they jockeyed for position. Flores got the boot with a disqualifying foul and is likely to get suspended in UE’s next game against Ateneo on Thursday.

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    Big man Javier makes first career-trey to lift UE past UP

    By Celest R. Flores

    5:39 pm | Sunday, September 2nd, 2012

    MANILA, Philippines—Big man Chris Javier made sure his first attempt from beyond the arc mattered.

    University of the East evened up the match up with University of the Philippines—banking on Javier’s buzzer-beating bucket for a 79-76 victory Sunday in the 75th UAAP men’s basketball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena.

    Javier knocked down a looping triple from the corner off Roi Sumang’s dish over the outstretched hands of the Maroons’ Raul Soyud, giving the Warriors the elusive second victory this season.

    Javier, who’s never attempted a shot from downtown previous to the game-winning shot, capped his big game of 20 points and nine rebounds.

    “It was my first time to make a three-point and it ended to be the game winner,” said Javier in Filipino. “It’s in my blood to be a Warrior.”

    Though Sumang—who was the hero in UE’s victory over Adamson in the first round—didn’t hit the final shot, it was his assist to Javier that paved the way.

    The sly guard also chalked up a game-best 20 points, seven assists and five rebounds for the Red Warriors, who also gave the first victory to the returning head coach Boycie Zamar.

    “We played with the head and the heart for 40 minutes,” said Zamar, who coached the likes of James Yap and Paul Artadi almost a decade ago in UE. “It was a magical win.”

    Javier also sank a follow-up early in the fourth, which gave the Red Warriors – who went to work when it came to cleaning up the boards –a 70-59 lead, the biggest of the game.

    The Red Warriors got cushion from their huge third-quarter input, and didn’t break down when the Maroons came storming back in the game in the payoff period.

    A triple from Mike Silungan and a basket from Chris Ball momentarily gave UP the lead, 76-75, with 2:10 left to go.

    The Maroons, who sunk to the bottom with a 1-9 record, even had a shot to win the game after forcing a 24-second shotclock violation with 36 seconds left.

    Mike Gamboa, who also missed on a fastbreak attempt in the final minutes, though, muffed a potential go-ahead trey from the left corner.

  8. #8
    Upset of the season - UE def Ateneo 79-77 , didn't catch the game , but back-read on the live on-line thread on the blue side , Belleza
    had a monster game , sucks he has only 1 year of eligibility left

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    Gene Belleza has been around. He played with the maturity that only experience can bring and he came away with a carrer game with 28 points including an unbelievably ballsy 30-foot trey.

    But the real MVP of this game is Roi Sumang, who had at least four crucial assists in the last half of the payoff fourth period to make sure UE stayed toe-to-toe with the Ateneo.

    Chris Javier made this twice in a row that he's made the winning basket. Adi Santos overhauled the early nine-point deficit all by himself in the second period. JR Sumido struck as needed at critical junctures throughout the second half.

    If Boysie Zamar had this team in the summer he'd be wreaking havoc all over the Final 4 contenders this season. God help the rest of the UAAP when he gets Charles Mamie playing next season.

  10. #10
    UE is back! back on the RIGHT track! maidagdag ko lang po sa mga tinanggal ni coach codinera si henry betayene po ng NU naka residency po sa amin un tinangal lang nya at hindi nya niline up ang team b mainstay namin si Gene Belleza muntik ng mapanis, kaya one and done season na lang ang gene belleza show.
    Last edited by zoom2k7; 09-07-2012 at 03:21 AM. Reason: wala lang

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