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Thread: FEU - MJM Builders in PBA D-League Aspirants Cup 2014-2015

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  1. #11
    1. Coach Nash Racela was thrown out in the 2nd quarter after incurring 2 technical fouls after arguing and entering the court in non call against the refs.

    2. Gryann Mendoza was also thrown out after nudging a referee in the 3rd quarter.

    3. Tolomia, Belo, Alolino throwing bricks here and there.

    4. Hence, MJM Builders-FEU suffered their 3rd straight loss in a still winless campaign.
    Everything's Eventual

  2. #12
    1. Coach Nash Racela was thrown out in the 2nd quarter after incurring 2 technical fouls after arguing and entering the court in non call against the refs.

    2. Gryann Mendoza was also thrown out after nudging a referee in the 3rd quarter.

    3. Tolomia, Belo, Alolino throwing bricks here and there.

    4. Hence, MJM Builders-FEU suffered their 3rd straight loss in a still winless campaign.
    Everything's Eventual

  3. #13

    Unhappy



    PASIG CITY – Powerhouse Hapee Fresh Fighters snatched the solo leadership of the 2014-2015 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup Monday (November 10) at the Ynares Sports Arena by thumping MJM M-Builders, 79-66. The Fresh Fighters improved to 3-0 while the Builders sank to 0-3. READ MORE

  4. #14



    PASIG CITY – MJM M-Builders-FEU finally scored the team’s first win, a 90-75 decision over the AMA University Titans in continuing action from the 2014-2015 PBA D-League Aspirants Cup Monday (November 17) at the Ynares Sports Arena. The win thus halted the Builders' three-game losing streak and moved into a five-way logjam for Eighth to 12th Place at 1-3. READ MORE

  5. #15
    Ayos! Belo played well. So is Raymar Jose. Now i like this guy. Post player.
    Everything's Eventual

  6. #16
    Schedule conflict forces FEU Tamaraws to split team for PBA D-League, PCCL games
    From: Reuben Terrado
    •November 18, 2014, 07:31 pm

    Coach Nash Racela has an idea which players will be sent to what game, but has yet to confirm which side he'll be coaching.
    FAR Eastern University will be splitting its squad for matches in the PBA D-League and the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) that will be held at the same time on Monday in separate venues.

    Coach Nash Racela already has a plan on which players will play where, although he hasn’t decided which side to handle. The veteran coach said FEU tried asking both leagues for a possible schedule adjustment, but neither gave way.

    The FEU-backed MJM M-Builders will have a D-League game against BreadStory-Lyceum at the JCSGO gym slated at 4 p.m., the same time the Tamaraws begin battle in the PCCL against La Salle at the Ynares Sports Arena.

    "Four o'clock, we have D-League. Four o'clock, may PCCL game ang FEU," FEU coach Nash Racela said.

    Racela said they will most likely have Mac Belo, Mike Tolomia, and the Tamaraws core play in the D-League due to the school's commitment with MJM, a production outfit.

    UAAP champion National University, which also has players in the MJM squad in the PBA D-League, also has a PCCL game at 2 p.m. against NCAA titlist San Beda.

    “Right now, ang FEU talaga committed to a partnership with MJM. If there is a team that will sacrifice, definitely it’s FEU,” said Racela.

    “Most likely, our core will play in the D-League, and the rest, sa PCCL. And we are playing La Salle,” said Racela.

    The Tamaraws are in third place with a 0-1 win-loss mark in Group B of the PCCL. The top two teams in the group advance to the semifinals.

    In the D-League, the M-Builders recently won their first game after three straight defeats to open the conference.

    Racela said the PBA D-League exposure is a great opportunity for the UAAP Season 77 runner-ups Tamaraws to gain experience as they build up for next year.

    “Like some of our players, they are comfortable in the UAAP pero sa D-League, hindi. Kailangan nilang matutunan ’yun,” said Racela.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  7. #17
    Meanwhile FEU MJM lost their game against Bread Story and is now 1 - 4. Things are not looking good as only 6 teams will advance to the playoffs.
    Everything's Eventual

  8. #18
    Dec 1 4:00 PM Cebuana Lhuillier Gems vs. MJM M-BUilders-FEU
    Dec 11 2:00 PM MJM M-Builders-FEU vs. CafeFrance Bakers-CEU
    Dec 22 11:00 AM Wang's Basketball vs. MJM M-Builders-FEU
    Everything's Eventual

  9. #19
    Dec 1 4:00 PM Cebuana Lhuillier Gems vs. MJM M-BUilders-FEU
    Dec 11 2:00 PM MJM M-Builders-FEU vs. CafeFrance Bakers-CEU
    Dec 22 11:00 AM Wang's Basketball vs. MJM M-Builders-FEU
    Everything's Eventual

  10. #20
    FEU - MJM lost to Cebuana. FEU is out!
    Everything's Eventual


 
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