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  1. #21
    FilOil:
    Tamaraws stomp Pirates, remain perfect at 4-0

    By KEVIN DAVIS
    May 7, 2014 2:18pm

    The FEU Tamaraws bullied their way past the LPU Pirates in wire-to-wire fashion, 78-71 on Wednesday at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan City. The win maintains FEU’s top standing in Group B of the FIlOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cupt with a perfect 4-0 record.

    Using their superior size advantage on the perimeter, the Tamaraws overwhelmed the smaller Pirate guards and forwards for easy drives to the basket. Mike Tolomia aggressively pursued mismatches and finished with a game-high 22 points in just 22 minutes of play.

    The loss is Lyceum’s first of the tournament, dropping them to 2-1, a game and a half behind the table-topping Tamaraws.



    FEU’s length seemed to bother LPU on the offensive end as well as the Pirates were denied looks attempts at the basket, resulting in 41 attempts from beyond the arc, with Lyceum converting on just 11 of them, good for a 27 percent clip. The Pirates had even more difficulty finding points from within the arc, finishing 12-of-49 for the game.


    The Pirates did find success on the offensive glass, finishing with 31 offensive rebounds led by Joseph Gabayani’s eight offensive boards. Gabayani used his heft and soft touch around the basket to record 11 points in another solid outing for the transferee from UST.


    The Tamaraws were uncharacteristically careless with the basketball, recording 21 turnovers led by Tolomia's six.


    “Lyceum is a very tough team. Actually the level of physicality of their team is something that we admire, that we emulate. It is something we lack. If we want to go far in this UAAP season, it is something we need to have,” said FEU head coach Nash Racela.


    “They’re a great team, they’re very physical. Like coach [Nash] said, that is something we need in the UAAP because a lot of teams will be bigger than us,” said Tams forward Mark Belo.


    Lyceum next plays NCAA champion San Beda on Saturday May 10 at 12:30pm. The Tamaraws have a two-week break before their next assignment in the FilOil tournament, when they play St Clare on May 23 at 12:30pm before closing the elimination round against San Beda. - JDL, GMA News



    The scores:


    FEU 78- Tolomia 22, Belo 12, Jose 9, Pogoy 8, Escoto 6, Tamsi 5, Hargrove 4, Inigo 4, Denila 2, Lee Yu 2, Ugsang 2, Delfinado 2


    LPU 71 - Mbida 15, Maconocido 15, Zamora 12, Gabayani 11, Baltazar 6, Bulawan 5, Ko 4, Azores 3

    Quarter scoring: 24-16, 43-31, 61-52, 78-71
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  2. #22
    No problem with the elims. Its the playoffs im worried about.
    Everything's Eventual

  3. #23
    OT: Pwede ba, tama na yang "transferee from UST" whenever they refer to Gabayni? Masakit e

  4. #24
    d pde talikuran kung san nanggaling eh.. haha
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by bchoter View Post
    OT: Pwede ba, tama na yang "transferee from UST" whenever they refer to Gabayni? Masakit e
    So Gabayni must be really good. Nasasaktan ka eh. Hahaha.
    Everything's Eventual

  6. #26
    Might be OT as well, but is Gabayni a Pineda boy?

  7. #27
    must be.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  8. #28
    FEU, CEU, NU look to stay unbeaten in Filoil cagefest

    By Rick Olivares (philstar.com) | Updated May 15, 2014 - 11:36am

    MANILA, Philippines – A trio of unbeaten teams look to keep their slate blemish free when they take on separate opponents Thursday at the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at the San Juan Arena.

    Group B pace setters Far Eastern University Tamaraws who stand at 4-0, battle the 1-2 St. Clare College Saints at 12:30 p.m. The Saints notched their first win in their first stint in the country’s preeminent pre-season college basketball tournament by taking down the recent Seaba gold medalists, RP Youth Under-18, 111-99. The nationals dropped to 0-3.

    FEU head coach Nash Racela hopes that forward-center Russell Escoto continues his return to form after recuperating from a knee injury last season.

    “He is important to our plans,” bared Racela, who is in his second year with the Morayta-based squad. “We don’t want to rush him. If he can regain his old form he will help us in our options and our rotation as we do not have too many bigs to count on.”
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  9. #29
    Tamaraws slip past Saints in Filoil caging
    By Celest R. Flores
    INQUIRER.net 5:04 pm | Friday, May 16th, 2014

    MANILA, Philippines—Far Eastern University slipped past St. Clare College, 86-82, on Friday to stay unscathed in the 2014 Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at the Arena in San Juan.

    But the Tamaraws, who led by as many as 17 points in the first half, were made to sweat for their fifth victory as the Saints came to within a point, 79-78 late in the game.

    FEU, which struggled with 20 turnovers and measly fastbreak points, closed out St. Clare with a 7-4 run.

    “That’s always the goal. Every game, we need to learn something. The ultimate league is the UAAP, and we’re preparing for that kind of games,” said FEU coach Nash Racela.

    Racela, who is on his second season of coaching the Tamaraws, took the opportunity to see who will step up for his squad in crunch time, especially when the UAAP opens in July.

    “We learn from these close games. Achie [Iņigo] delivered for us in the end game. At least, we saw who are the players who could really play in the end game, who we can rely on when the game’s on the line.”

    Anthony Hargrove led the Tamaraws with 16 points, six rebounds, and two blocks while Mark Belo and Iņigo added 15 and 10 markers, in that order.

    Meanwhile, five players wound up in double digit points for St. Clare, which managed to claw back from a huge deficit but just lacked the finishing touches.

    Jason Ibay finished with 18 points for the Saints, who skid to a 1-3 record, while Radoh Fabien shone with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  10. #30
    FilOil:
    Tamaraws dispose of Saints, win fifth straight

    By AARON VALDEZ
    May 16, 2014 2:19pm

    The Far Eastern University Tamaraws stomped their way to their fifth straight win in the FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup by staving off the St. Clare Saints, 86-82, on Friday at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    Anthony Hargrove posted 16 points and five rebounds while Mac Belo helped with 15 points and four rebounds, both playing 19 and 18 minutes respectively. Archie Iņigo chimed in with 10 points, five rebounds, and four assists.

    The green and gold stacked as much as 17 points on their opponent but the Saints mounted a furious fourth quarter rally in the closing minutes to come within a point, 79-78. Iņigo hit a jumper over St. Clare guard Athan Ibarra's outstretched arms and Belo banked in a three-pointer to give them a six-point buffer, only for FEU reserve Francis Tamsi to commit an unsportsmanlike foul, yanking St. Clare guard Marte Gil.

    The Saints had a chance to tie but Raymond Jamito missed a stab at the basket and free throws from Roger Pogoy sealed the win.

    FEU coach Nash Racela said he wanted his team to close out better. "The ultimate goal for us is to prepare for the UAAP and gain experience. Sa close games kami kailangan mag-improve," he said. "We don't really look at the score. If it's a game or the close game, lagi naman sinasabi we have to play the same way, regardless.We were trying to be more specific on how to do thing correctly."

    The Tams kept pushing the ball inside while the Saints opted to force drives, a tactic which worked in their favor as they were in the bonus at the 7:05 mark. Far Eastern U got the upper hand after Anthony Hargrove scored seven straight points from the interior, giving his team a six-point lead at 17-11. FEU upped that to 10 at one point, but the penalty situation watered the deficit down, as they led by just six, 25-19, after a quarter which saw them score 16 points in the paint.

    The Morayta-based squad led by as much as 17 points as they shifted to a perimeter game, scoring 14 of their 18 second quarter points from range. The Saints shifted their defensive gameplan by employing a press, which forced three quick turnovers. Jason Ibay got his team going by nailing long shots, and the Saints went on an 11-2 run to close out the first half at 43-35.

    Hargrove paced his team at halftime with nine points. Belo tallied six while Carl Cruz had five. The Tams shot 61 percent from the field but committed eight turnovers and 13 fouls.

    Ibay bore the scoring brunt with 15 points while Jan Acebron added seven. The Saints shot only 28 percent, mostly due to missed opportunities from 13 offensive rebounds.

    The Saints came within striking distance, getting within three points after St. Clare reserve Colly Bolos had the hot hand, 53-50. Belo and Hargrove though strung together seven straight for their side as they upped the lead to 60-50. The Saints entered the fourth frame trailing 63-58 despite 13 third quarter points from Bolos.

    St. Clare struggled offensively early in the fourth after the Tams switched to a zone, as wing production gave them nothing and the big men were forced to shoot jumpers. FEU restored the lead to 10 after a fast break basket from Pogoy. St. Clare's coaching staf then instructed their charges to milk the penalty situation while employing a press, which generated 10 straight markers for the Saints as they trailed by just three, 79-76.

    Mike Tolomia and Pogoy had nine points apiece. FEU converted 58 percent of their shots and assisted on 22 of them.

    Ibay led five Saints who scored in double figures, dropping 18. Bolos tallied 16 points and six rebounds while Ibarra logged 13 points, four rebounds, and four steals. Favien tallied a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds while Gil chimed in with 10. The Saints shot only 32 percent but outrebounded the other squad 41-37. The Saints also scored 31 points from the stripe out of 45 attempts.

    FEU (5-0) FilOil preseason action goes on hiatus as they wait until May 31 to face the San Beda Red Lions (4-0) at 2:15pm. St. Clare's (1-3) campaign resumes next Wednesday, May 21 at 2:15pm, as they take on the Colegio de San Juan de Letran Knights (1-2). - JDL, GMA News

    The scores:

    FEU - Hargrove 16, Belo 15, Inigo 10, Tolomia 9, Pogoy 9, Jose 8, Cruz 7, Escoto 4, Tamsi 3, Dennison 3, David 2, Lee Yu 0, Delfinado 0, Ugsang 0, Belga 0

    SCC - I ay 18, Bolos 16, Ibarra 13, Favien 12, Gil 10, Acebron 7, Jamito 2, Managuelod 2, Lunor, 1, Amboludto 0

    Quarter scoring: 25-19, 43-35, 64-55, 86-82
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "


 
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