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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel View Post

    Danding Cojuangco was noticeably glaring hard going from one to the next coach.
    He was just telling the coaches to take it easy as its just the Pre-season. Hehe.

    Baka daw may ma injure pa at kelangan din mag leave from the pre-season tournament.
    Last edited by james_hunt; 06-03-2013 at 12:29 AM.

  2. #22
    ^ Pards mahirap na, sasampu na nga lang baka naging walo o pito pa...:-p

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel View Post
    ^ Pards mahirap na, sasampu na nga lang baka naging walo o pito pa...:-p
    I understand padre. Pre-season ain't the time to go all in.

  4. #24
    Well, I just feel that intentionally holding back punches is one thing. But, it is definitely another thing to be losing the game giving it all out. Obviously naman kasi, Coach Gee had anxiety written all over his face. This prompted me to believe that DLSU had no intentions of losing the game. Coach Bo of ADMU had it all along, outcoaching Coach Gee so much as if our coach is like a little kid. He was so composed and so relaxed, unlike during his PBA days. Simply putting it, ADMU made minced meat out of us. They played us with their undermanned team with so many injured players, all so tired from their US trip. They were just there to prove one thing and one thing only---that they can beat us handily. Sad thing is, the only time we can get a payback would already be in the UAAP when their players have already recovered.

    Well, as losers, I hope you guys pardon me because I am sounding like a sore loser, but just visit their thread for you to know what they are saying about us. Until today, panay pa rin ang patudtyada sa atin..... I guess that's what we get for losing. I wonder when Coach Gee is going to wake up?

  5. #25
    ^^^ Greenheart, you're making one summer preseason game an indictment against your entire coaching staff?

    I was watching that game and saw how hard Gee Abanilla and his staff tried to make a game of it, and yes some strategic decisions (Thomas Torres on Kiefer Ravena), and some in-game decisions by your guys (Jeron Teng trying to take over the end game) only made things worse.

    But that's what the preseason is supposed to be about, to see these things, figure them out, then make sure as sure can be not to let them happen during the regular season.

    If the same things you saw in this game are the same things you see in UAAP Season 76, then by all means fire the entire coaching staff, burn them at the stake even, because that would mean they did not learn a thing and do not grasp the concept of a preseason, and thus inidcates they have no business coaching at this level.

    But for now, you need to trust that they know what they are doing.

    A lot of Ateneo fans had a hard time accepting how lightly Norman Black used to take the summer leagues, expecting that the mighty UAAP champion Blue Eagles would surely just walk all over the summer tournaments. There were times Black even chose not to finish the tournaments, because he had figured out everything he had to figure out even before the tournaments ended, and wanted to keep those new cards close to the vest.

    I've had opportunities to talk to Gee Abanilla back in the PBL and wwhen he was at St Benilde, and I know this guy knows his basktball. He certainly knows the game better than most of us here is Gameface, it being his life's work after all. He'll figure things out, I can assure you. He just needs the time and the space to do so.

  6. #26
    ^^ that's the problem most La Salle And Ateneo coaches will have to endure - alumni arm chair coaches.

    NU beat the shit out of Ateneo in the Pre-season last year but never won a game against the blues in the UAAP. 'Nuff said.
    Last edited by james_hunt; 06-05-2013 at 09:54 AM.

  7. #27
    Lions, Bulldogs complete Final 4

    By Jasmine W. Payo

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    11:46 pm | Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

    San Beda rallied from 10 points in the last three minutes while National University also came from behind as the Lions and the Bulldogs completed yesterday the Final Four cast of the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at Filoil Flying V Arena.

    Baser Amer knocked in all his eight points in San Beda’s blistering 13-0 windup as the Lions slipped past the La Salle Green Archers, 66-63, while Alfred Aroga completed a three-point play with 24.5 seconds left to lift the Bulldogs past the Letran Knights, 69-67.

    “Baser played badly in the first three quarters, but when we needed him, he stepped up,” coach Boyet Fernandez said after his Lions rallied from a 53-63 deficit in the last 3:50 minutes of play.

    Aroga’s heroics preserved another superb all-around show by Ray Parks, who paced the Bulldogs with 16 points on top of three rebounds, four assists and a couple of blocks.

    “I like the poise of the boys in the end,” said NU coach Eric Altamirano. “We were behind most of the game, yet in the most important moment, they were able to deliver.”

    The Bulldogs, who stayed unbeaten in nine games, will clash with the Lions in the knockout semifinals at 4 p.m. tomorrow. University of the East and University of Santo Tomas collide in the other pairing at 2 p.m.

    Arthur dela Cruz posted a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Lions, while Rome dela Rosa added 12.

    Jeron Teng gave La Salle a 63-53 advantage with 3:50 minutes to go but San Beda mounted a rally with Amer firing six straight points in the final minute.

    Aroga’s three-point play gave the Bulldogs the lead, 68-67, and a Gelo Alolino free throw made it 69-66 with 4.6 seconds left.

    The Knights tried to forge overtime, but NUs Troy Rosario blocked Ford Ruaya’s attempt at the buzzer.

    The scores:

    First Game

    NU 69—Parks 16, Alolino 13, Rosario 12, Aroga 9, Villamor 8, Roņo 5, De Guzman 3, Mbe 2, Javillonar 1, Alejandro 0.

    LETRAN 67—Cruz 16, Nambatac 11, Almazan 10, Gabawan 8, Castro 8, Ruaya 6, Luib 5, Dysam 3, Buenaflor 0, Publico 0, Po 0, Pantin 0.

    Quarters: 19-22, 43-37, 56-58, 69-67

    Second Game

    SAN BEDA 66—Dela Cruz 14, Dela Rosa 12, Koga 11, Amer 8, Adeogun 7, Pascual 4, D. Semerad 4, Abarcar 2, Semerad 2, Sara 2, Villaruz 0.

    LA SALLE 63—Vosotros 16, Teng 15, N. Torres 10, Van Opstal 10, Perkins 6, Revilla 3, T. Torres 2, G. Reyes 1, Bolick 0, Montalbo 0, M. Reyes 0, Dela Paz 0.

    Quarters: 17-14, 33-26, 46-53, 66-63

  8. #28
    Sorry, but I can not see the logic here. We lost again,in a way we were not supposed to. it was also the trademark of Coach Gee when he handled the other school before. Season ended, his team was still a cellar dweller. Well, our community expects a championship this year. I really hope we get it this time.

  9. #29
    I think La Salle would get the championship when Mbala comes in. . . .
    I-shoot mo, i-shoot mo, i- shoot mo pa ang ball. ang sarap mag Basketball - Viva Hot Babes

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