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    The Julian Macoy Tribute

    Julian Macoy is remembered as the Green and Gold Warrior of the mid to late 50's that scored in the 100's in 2 games. His number 6 jersey is already retired and no Warrior will ever wear it again.

    He scored 101 and 126 in 2 separate occasions.
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    Re: The Julian Macoy Tribute

    I guess it was him I saw earlier in the UV-UC game. He was with another ex-Warrior, Estenzo
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    Re: The Julian Macoy Tribute

    he was named Deputy commissioner for basketball this past season
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    To regain their status as being at par with teams from the NCR, the first change that should happen in basketball in the Visayas must come from the coaching.

    Look at how coaching evolved in NCR basketball.

    Most head coaches of highly competitive teams are those who are learned in the current principles and methods of coaching. These are guys who periodically go to the US and even Europe to attend coaching clinics and basketball camps.

    To coach using your experience as a player won't be enough against big programs from the NCR.

    Also crucial here is, aside from the coaching part, how to train and develop players.

    Sa una, basta maayo modula okey na. Basta taas ug dako ug lawas pwedi na. That won't cut today. Each position requires a set of skills and players must be trained to play their positions. Who should draw up that training program for them? There must be a conscious and deliberate approach in developing players. You don't just require them to come to practice and give them playing time and expect they will become better players.

    The game has changed from using "diskarte" into a "science".

    Not everyone can coach or has the mettle to coach. But even if you have it, it should be a continuing learning profession.
    We had a head start in this game. At one time we had a glorious 3rd place finish in the World Championship and was the undisputed power in Asia. But the world has learned how to play it. They may not be as good as us,but they have enough smarts to make use of their height. That is enough to beat us.

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