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RetiredJordanStopper
07-05-2007, 07:00 AM
List of the most horrendous heartbreaking losses of the Philippine NT

5. Philippines - Japan, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - the Philippines after leading 90% of the game, found itself unable to score in the dying minutes of the game. With time down to 8 secs, score tied, ball possession to the Philippines, Hontiveros, committed his first turnover of the game in the most ill-fated time, allowing the Japaneses to steal and run the ball for an uncontested lay-up, with 1 second to go.

4. Philippines - Lebanon, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - Philippines for 3 quarters did an excellent job of keeping the Lebanese at bay, and still led by 5 at the closing minute, but poor execution and costly turnovers by Menk and Caguioa allowed the Lebanese to tie the game with more than 15 seconds to go. Ball possession to the Philippines, but Hontiveros rushed a shot, allowing the Lebanese to advance the ball. While everybody in the gym knew Lebanon's star El Khatib will take the last shot, he instead dished the ball to Rony Fahed, who earlier was elbowed to the face by Mik Penissi, who got his sweet revenge by banking an improbable 3 at the buzzer.

3. Philippines - Japan, 1994 Hiroshima Asian Games - Bronze medal game against host Japan. It was a see-saw battle as both teams were determined to salvage pride. it was a close game up to last second. After Japan made a basket to put them ahead by 2 on the dying seconds, Patrimonio willed himself on the lane and was fouled sending him to the FT line. Needing to can 2 free throws to tie the game, the normally ice-cooled captain, cracked under pressured and split his FTs, Philippines sent Japan to the line, but japan made both free throws to put them by 3. A desperation 3 by Ato Agustin rimmed out giving the bronze to Japan.


2. Philippines- South Korea, 1986 Seoul Asian Games - Semifinal, winner will face China in the gold medal game. Korea behind star guard Hur Jae led most the game, but the Philippines battled back behind then amateur stand outs Magsanoc, Caidic , Harmon Codinera and Patrimonio. With seconds to go, Korea still led by 1, Caidic stole the ball and hurried back to his frontcourt with only a solitary defender between him and the basket. There was contact as he droved for a lay up, while everybody in the gym expected a foul on the Korean defender, the Japanese ref, maybe out of revenge because the Philippines beat the Japanese team the night before, called a charging foul on Caidic. Game over to Korea.


1. Philippines - South Korea, 2002 Busan Asian Games - This game i can't forget. It's a Saturday, and everybody was glued on their TV set as Philippine battled host Korea in the semifinal game, the winner will face Yao Ming and the Chinese for the gold medal. Nearly 20 years after that horrendous heart breaker in Seoul, the nationals seek revenge in Korean soil, this time in Busan. With Racela orchestrating the offense, and a couple of 3's from him and SMB teammate Hontiveros, the Philippines took the lead from Korea, time down to few seconds. After an unfruitful possession by Korea, they fouled Racela sending him to the line. Philippines up by 2 with under 8 seconds remaining, needed at least an FT conversion from the normally ice-cooled Racela. He missed both. Korea advanced the ball, then fumbled, but on the stroke of luck, the ball found its way to Lee "Paking Shet" San Min's hands. He faked both Dondon and Asi out of their shorts, and calmly buried a 3 pointer at th buzzer. The whole nation weeped, and a collective shout of "PAKING SHET" was heard all over.

bolabasket
07-05-2007, 07:03 AM
good research man...

ros
07-05-2007, 07:08 AM
Korea advanced the ball, then fumbled, but on the stroke of luck, the ball found its way to Lee "Paking Shet" San Min's hands. He faked both Dondon and Asi out of their shorts, and calmly buried a 3 pointer at th buzzer. The whole nation weeped, and a collective shout of "PAKING SHET" was heard all over.

Although it was sad times but the way you put it in the end....hahaha very funny:D

Onizuka01
07-05-2007, 07:13 AM
List of the most horrendous heartbreaking losses of the Philippine NT

5. Philippines - Japan, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - the Philippines after leading 90% of the game, found itself unable to score in the dying minutes of the game. With time down to 8 secs, score tied, ball possession to the Philippines, Hontiveros, committed his first turnover of the game in the most ill-fated time, allowing the Japaneses to steal and run the ball for an uncontested lay-up, with 1 second to go.

4. Philippines - Lebanon, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - Philippines for 3 quarters did an excellent job of keeping the Lebanese at bay, and still led by 5 at the closing minute, but poor execution and costly turnovers by Menk and Caguioa allowed the Lebanese to tie the game with more than 15 seconds to go. Ball possession to the Philippines, but Hontiveros rushed a shot, allowing the Lebanese to advance the ball. While everybody in the gym knew Lebanon's star El Khatib will take the last shot, he instead dished the ball to Rony Fahed, who earlier was elbowed to the face by Mik Penissi, who got his sweet revenge by banking an improbable 3 at the buzzer.

3. Philippines - Japan, 1994 Hiroshima Asian Games - Bronze medal game against host Japan. It was a see-saw battle as both teams were determined to salvage pride. it was a close game up to last second. After Japan made a basket to put them ahead by 2 on the dying seconds, Patrimonio willed himself on the lane and was fouled sending him to the FT line. Needing to can 2 free throws to tie the game, the normally ice-cooled captain, cracked under pressured and split his FTs, Philippines sent Japan to the line, but japan made both free throws to put them by 3. A desperation 3 by Ato Agustin rimmed out giving the bronze to Japan.


2. Philippines- South Korea, 1986 Seoul Asian Games - Semifinal, winner will face China in the gold medal game. Korea behind star guard Hur Jae led most the game, but the Philippines battled back behind then amateur stand outs Magsanoc, Caidic , Harmon Codinera and Patrimonio. With seconds to go, Korea still led by 1, Caidic stole the ball and hurried back to his frontcourt with only a solitary defender between him and the basket. There was contact as he droved for a lay up, while everybody in the gym expected a foul on the Korean defender, the Japanese ref, maybe out of revenge because the Philippines beat the Japanese team the night before, called a charging foul on Caidic. Game over to Korea.


1. Philippines - South Korea, 2002 Busan Asian Games - This game i can't forget. It's a Saturday, and everybody was glued on their TV set as Philippine battled host Korea in the semifinal game, the winner will face Yao Ming and the Chinese for the gold medal. Nearly 20 years after that horrendous heart breaker in Seoul, the nationals seek revenge in Korean soil, this time in Busan. With Racela orchestrating the offense, and a couple of 3's from him and SMB teammate Hontiveros, the Philippines took the lead from Korea, time down to few seconds. After an unfruitful possession by Korea, they fouled Racela sending him to the line. Philippines up by 2 with under 8 seconds remaining, needed at least an FT conversion from the normally ice-cooled Racela. He missed both. Korea advanced the ball, then fumbled, but on the stroke of luck, the ball found its way to Lee "Paking Shet" San Min's hands. He faked both Dondon and Asi out of their shorts, and calmly buried a 3 pointer at th buzzer. The whole nation weeped, and a collective shout of "PAKING SHET" was heard all over.

I remember this "paking shet" game, it broke my heart seeing that Korean buried the 3 at the buzzer! damn! :mad:

ctongco
07-05-2007, 07:17 AM
You could make it a poll. Let members vote which "Heartbreaker" do they think is the worse. Hehe. :)

rensquared
07-05-2007, 07:21 AM
You could make it a poll. Let members vote which "Heartbreaker" do they think is the worse. Hehe. :)

Yeah I agree.. I vote will be the loss to South Korea 2002 Busan Games.. It is still fresh in my mind, like it was just yesterday.. Hope it wont happen again especially in the Tokushima Games..

donmar
07-05-2007, 07:28 AM
List of the most horrendous heartbreaking losses of the Philippine NT

5. Philippines - Japan, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - the Philippines after leading 90% of the game, found itself unable to score in the dying minutes of the game. With time down to 8 secs, score tied, ball possession to the Philippines, Hontiveros, committed his first turnover of the game in the most ill-fated time, allowing the Japaneses to steal and run the ball for an uncontested lay-up, with 1 second to go.

4. Philippines - Lebanon, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - Philippines for 3 quarters did an excellent job of keeping the Lebanese at bay, and still led by 5 at the closing minute, but poor execution and costly turnovers by Menk and Caguioa allowed the Lebanese to tie the game with more than 15 seconds to go. Ball possession to the Philippines, but Hontiveros rushed a shot, allowing the Lebanese to advance the ball. While everybody in the gym knew Lebanon's star El Khatib will take the last shot, he instead dished the ball to Rony Fahed, who earlier was elbowed to the face by Mik Penissi, who got his sweet revenge by banking an improbable 3 at the buzzer.

3. Philippines - Japan, 1994 Hiroshima Asian Games - Bronze medal game against host Japan. It was a see-saw battle as both teams were determined to salvage pride. it was a close game up to last second. After Japan made a basket to put them ahead by 2 on the dying seconds, Patrimonio willed himself on the lane and was fouled sending him to the FT line. Needing to can 2 free throws to tie the game, the normally ice-cooled captain, cracked under pressured and split his FTs, Philippines sent Japan to the line, but japan made both free throws to put them by 3. A desperation 3 by Ato Agustin rimmed out giving the bronze to Japan.


2. Philippines- South Korea, 1986 Seoul Asian Games - Semifinal, winner will face China in the gold medal game. Korea behind star guard Hur Jae led most the game, but the Philippines battled back behind then amateur stand outs Magsanoc, Caidic , Harmon Codinera and Patrimonio. With seconds to go, Korea still led by 1, Caidic stole the ball and hurried back to his frontcourt with only a solitary defender between him and the basket. There was contact as he droved for a lay up, while everybody in the gym expected a foul on the Korean defender, the Japanese ref, maybe out of revenge because the Philippines beat the Japanese team the night before, called a charging foul on Caidic. Game over to Korea.


1. Philippines - South Korea, 2002 Busan Asian Games - This game i can't forget. It's a Saturday, and everybody was glued on their TV set as Philippine battled host Korea in the semifinal game, the winner will face Yao Ming and the Chinese for the gold medal. Nearly 20 years after that horrendous heart breaker in Seoul, the nationals seek revenge in Korean soil, this time in Busan. With Racela orchestrating the offense, and a couple of 3's from him and SMB teammate Hontiveros, the Philippines took the lead from Korea, time down to few seconds. After an unfruitful possession by Korea, they fouled Racela sending him to the line. Philippines up by 2 with under 8 seconds remaining, needed at least an FT conversion from the normally ice-cooled Racela. He missed both. Korea advanced the ball, then fumbled, but on the stroke of luck, the ball found its way to Lee "Paking Shet" San Min's hands. He faked both Dondon and Asi out of their shorts, and calmly buried a 3 pointer at th buzzer. The whole nation weeped, and a collective shout of "PAKING SHET" was heard all over.

Nice one!.. Good shet!:D

RetiredJordanStopper
07-05-2007, 07:55 AM
While we haven't beaten China yet in some meaningful games, it's the Koreans who constantly provide us with frustrations and "paking shet" moments. Consider this:

1986 - Seoul Asian Games - the infamous Caidic charging foul

1994 - Hiroshima Asian Games - Phil NT led 14 at the half, but Korean star guard Hur Jae exploded from all over

1998- After Tim Cone boasted that the Centennials will kick Korea's butt 9 out of 10 times, the hordes of Korean students and expats here in the Philippines sent the newsclippings back home and eventually made their way to the Korea NT. The result: Korea ambushed the Phil NT for a 20 point win with Korea's fat PG running rings around Racela and Johnny A. and center Seo totally dominated the suddenly tail-in-its-back centers Aquino and A.Seigle.

2002 - The "Paking Shet" game. Enuff said

the last time we beat Korea was in the the 1998 Jones Cup. Where they fielded their U-21 team against our Centennial Team.

thayil
07-05-2007, 07:58 AM
DARN!!!

PAKING SHET naman.. I hope they can pull it out later..

viperbravo
07-05-2007, 08:00 AM
You could make it a poll. Let members vote which "Heartbreaker" do they think is the worse. Hehe. :)


New name for the RP team "Philippine Heartbreaker" :eek:

donmar
07-05-2007, 08:15 AM
New name for the RP team "Philippine Heartbreaker" :eek:

"Philippine Heartbrokens" ??:(

donmar
07-05-2007, 08:21 AM
You could make it a poll. Let members vote which "Heartbreaker" do they think is the worse. Hehe. :)

I would say both 1986 and 2002 Asian Games semi-finals against South Korea are the worst games the Philippines ever had... both games were sort of similar and could have given us a chance to win gold or silver for the next games... but too bad we loss... the 1986 were probably one (if not the most) of the most controversial basketball games in the Asian Games basketball history... too bad that stupid Japanese referee got away from it...

saints13
07-05-2007, 10:04 AM
I think.. the Filipino fans should get used to heartbreaking losses..and accept it gracefully.. :) its part of the international competition..endgame upset is really a trend in FIBA, otherwise, if there are no upsets, then international basketball will be boring.. :D

RetiredJordanStopper
07-05-2007, 10:41 AM
Here's one for the books, 1991 Asian Youth Championship. semifinal game against Japan, held in Fukoaka, Japan...Players for the Philippines were the young Limpot, Aquino, Fiehl, Locsin, Naron and bunch of studs. On warm ups...repeat, during WARM UPS, the Philippines were doing dunks in the layup line. Dunking during warm -ups!!!! all of a sudden, the referee for the upcoming game assessed them a technical foul, for hanging on the rim!!! The damned game havent started yet, and yet, the refs assessed the Philippines with a techincal foul!!!! The game actually started 0-2 in favor of Japan. and during the game, the refs kept calling dubious fouls on the Philippines. Needless to say, Japan won over the Philippines by, guess what, 2 freekin points!!!! Locsin and company reportedly went after the ref and almost manhandled him, but was escorted / protected by the arena security. Urban legend you say? No, it happened for real!!!!

saints13
07-05-2007, 11:50 AM
Here's one for the books, 1991 Asian Youth Championship. semifinal game against Japan, held in Fukoaka, Japan...Players for the Philippines were the young Limpot, Aquino, Fiehl, Locsin, Naron and bunch of studs. On warm ups...repeat, during WARM UPS, the Philippines were doing dunks in the layup line. Dunking during warm -ups!!!! all of a sudden, the referee for the upcoming game assessed them a technical foul, for hanging on the rim!!! The damned game havent started yet, and yet, the refs assessed the Philippines with a techincal foul!!!! The game actually started 0-2 in favor of Japan. and during the game, the refs kept calling dubious fouls on the Philippines. Needless to say, Japan won over the Philippines by, guess what, 2 freekin points!!!! Locsin and company reportedly went after the ref and almost manhandled him, but was escorted / protected by the arena security. Urban legend you say? No, it happened for real!!!!

wow, you're such a historian dude :D I never knew that, even from the horse's mouth :D how I wish Junior NT games will be shown on TV too so that Filipino fans are aware about the competitions.. :D

RetiredJordanStopper
07-05-2007, 12:26 PM
This piece i got from Emon from MyPBA... ABC youth championships in 1989 held here at the old rizal memorial coliseum, before the crossover semi finals, the philippine team lost a heartbreaking 90-88 score to Japan on the japanese player buzzer beating jumper that stunned the host crowd, some of the RP team members were danny francisco, vergel meneses, johnedel cardel and jun limpot, the RP team had to face the taller China next and lost 80-57 and got booted out.

aklanarcher
07-05-2007, 01:00 PM
The Busan game is number 1 for me. It's like watching Robert Horry beat your team with a dagger although I am usually at the winning end of Horry's clutch moments because I root for his team.

flip_ya_face01
07-05-2007, 01:03 PM
i can't understand why do you guys call the SK-RP 2002 Busan game "paking shet"??

donmar
07-05-2007, 01:07 PM
hehehehe!!!... it supposedly a game that the RP could've have win until the final seconds... we loss so its "paking shet!":D

aklanarcher
07-05-2007, 01:09 PM
It's a slang for a game that got away.

flip_ya_face01
07-05-2007, 01:56 PM
a lil bit wierdo tough.....

yanks call it "robbery" or "stinged"(from muhammad ali's game plan)

hope that japs-flips will be the last heartbreaking lost.

nowitzki_21
07-05-2007, 03:19 PM
O eto na guys complete video of the Busan Asian Games up to the end of the 4th quarter! walang luluha ha!

I suggest you watch the video in order para mas feel niyo yung game.

4th quarter part 1
http://youtube.com/watch?v=atJ7d9KYWGc

4th quarter part 2
http://youtube.com/watch?v=IWKhVSOEDns

4th quarter part 3
http://youtube.com/watch?v=-f37iOBMoCQ

aklanarcher
07-05-2007, 11:00 PM
I hope Pennisi can hit a dagger in the Jones Cup. I really hate it when other players hit daggers on my team. :P

Los
07-06-2007, 12:02 AM
2002 Busan Games...."Paking SHet" man..lol errbody was heartbroken dat day. i'd never forget dat day.

Lol This i guy traveled n da ref didnt call it....DAM!

WIZARD
07-06-2007, 12:34 AM
wow...its the first time i have the chance to see this game against Korea..
what a heartbreaking buzzer beater...really sucks reminds me of Manu's buzzer beater against Serbia in athens 2004..

ctongco
07-06-2007, 01:41 AM
wow...its the first time i have the chance to see this game against Korea..
what a heartbreaking buzzer beater...really sucks reminds me of Manu's buzzer beater against Serbia in athens 2004..


Yeah, it was already a broken play. Unfortunately for us it went in.

dynamiteintherock
07-06-2007, 03:14 AM
This one of the funniest I heard. Another just recently I forgot the details, Chot was called for a technical for jumping up and down. When the referee was asked for an explaination, the referee replied something like Why are you jumping up and down? What are you an animal?".


Here's one for the books, 1991 Asian Youth Championship. semifinal game against Japan, held in Fukoaka, Japan...Players for the Philippines were the young Limpot, Aquino, Fiehl, Locsin, Naron and bunch of studs. On warm ups...repeat, during WARM UPS, the Philippines were doing dunks in the layup line. Dunking during warm -ups!!!! all of a sudden, the referee for the upcoming game assessed them a technical foul, for hanging on the rim!!! The damned game havent started yet, and yet, the refs assessed the Philippines with a techincal foul!!!! The game actually started 0-2 in favor of Japan. and during the game, the refs kept calling dubious fouls on the Philippines. Needless to say, Japan won over the Philippines by, guess what, 2 freekin points!!!! Locsin and company reportedly went after the ref and almost manhandled him, but was escorted / protected by the arena security. Urban legend you say? No, it happened for real!!!!

karim
07-06-2007, 03:28 AM
the 2002 asian games reminds me wen Lebanon team B was able to get to the semis in the asians champion 2003 and were up by 2 in overtime and bang scored a 3 in the dying seconds of the game...if it werent for that shot , lebanon would have had 3 straight silver medals in the asian championships of 2001,2003,2005 with a small chance(1-3%)that lebanon B would have beaten china A in the final gotten a gold medal and made it to the olympics of 2004.......theres a probability for everything :p ........

RetiredJordanStopper
07-06-2007, 04:05 AM
the 2002 asian games reminds me wen Lebanon team B was able to get to the semis in the asians champion 2003 and were up by 2 in overtime and bang scored a 3 in the dying seconds of the game...if it werent for that shot , lebanon would have had 3 straight silver medals in the asian championships of 2001,2003,2005 with a small chance(1-3%)that lebanon B would have beaten china A in the final gotten a gold medal and made it to the olympics of 2004.......theres a probability for everything :p ........

i saw that game..Korean center Seo was taunting the Lebenese players and even made a dirty finger sign on them

friedbrains
07-06-2007, 06:06 AM
paking shet talaga! (really f**** sh***!)

hhahahahhahahhahaha

thekidd
07-06-2007, 07:03 AM
That's the Ghost of our RP NT.

I hope they can dispel it in Japan.

donlyn
07-06-2007, 08:37 AM
O eto na guys complete video of the Busan Asian Games up to the end of the 4th quarter! walang luluha ha!

I suggest you watch the video in order para mas feel niyo yung game.

4th quarter part 1
http://youtube.com/watch?v=atJ7d9KYWGc

4th quarter part 2
http://youtube.com/watch?v=IWKhVSOEDns

4th quarter part 3
http://youtube.com/watch?v=-f37iOBMoCQ


nakakiyak tong laro nato....:(

trans: this game is pacing shte ! it is like a telenovela!

donlyn
07-06-2007, 08:38 AM
O eto na guys complete video of the Busan Asian Games up to the end of the 4th quarter! walang luluha ha!

I suggest you watch the video in order para mas feel niyo yung game.

4th quarter part 1
http://youtube.com/watch?v=atJ7d9KYWGc

4th quarter part 2
http://youtube.com/watch?v=IWKhVSOEDns

4th quarter part 3
http://youtube.com/watch?v=-f37iOBMoCQ

nkakaiyak tong laro na to!

translation: this packing shet game almost made me cry like watching telenovelas!

jovani_pineda
07-07-2007, 09:02 AM
List of the most horrendous heartbreaking losses of the Philippine NT

5. Philippines - Japan, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - the Philippines after leading 90% of the game, found itself unable to score in the dying minutes of the game. With time down to 8 secs, score tied, ball possession to the Philippines, Hontiveros, committed his first turnover of the game in the most ill-fated time, allowing the Japaneses to steal and run the ball for an uncontested lay-up, with 1 second to go.

4. Philippines - Lebanon, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - Philippines for 3 quarters did an excellent job of keeping the Lebanese at bay, and still led by 5 at the closing minute, but poor execution and costly turnovers by Menk and Caguioa allowed the Lebanese to tie the game with more than 15 seconds to go. Ball possession to the Philippines, but Hontiveros rushed a shot, allowing the Lebanese to advance the ball. While everybody in the gym knew Lebanon's star El Khatib will take the last shot, he instead dished the ball to Rony Fahed, who earlier was elbowed to the face by Mik Penissi, who got his sweet revenge by banking an improbable 3 at the buzzer.

3. Philippines - Japan, 1994 Hiroshima Asian Games - Bronze medal game against host Japan. It was a see-saw battle as both teams were determined to salvage pride. it was a close game up to last second. After Japan made a basket to put them ahead by 2 on the dying seconds, Patrimonio willed himself on the lane and was fouled sending him to the FT line. Needing to can 2 free throws to tie the game, the normally ice-cooled captain, cracked under pressured and split his FTs, Philippines sent Japan to the line, but japan made both free throws to put them by 3. A desperation 3 by Ato Agustin rimmed out giving the bronze to Japan.


2. Philippines- South Korea, 1986 Seoul Asian Games - Semifinal, winner will face China in the gold medal game. Korea behind star guard Hur Jae led most the game, but the Philippines battled back behind then amateur stand outs Magsanoc, Caidic , Harmon Codinera and Patrimonio. With seconds to go, Korea still led by 1, Caidic stole the ball and hurried back to his frontcourt with only a solitary defender between him and the basket. There was contact as he droved for a lay up, while everybody in the gym expected a foul on the Korean defender, the Japanese ref, maybe out of revenge because the Philippines beat the Japanese team the night before, called a charging foul on Caidic. Game over to Korea.


1. Philippines - South Korea, 2002 Busan Asian Games - This game i can't forget. It's a Saturday, and everybody was glued on their TV set as Philippine battled host Korea in the semifinal game, the winner will face Yao Ming and the Chinese for the gold medal. Nearly 20 years after that horrendous heart breaker in Seoul, the nationals seek revenge in Korean soil, this time in Busan. With Racela orchestrating the offense, and a couple of 3's from him and SMB teammate Hontiveros, the Philippines took the lead from Korea, time down to few seconds. After an unfruitful possession by Korea, they fouled Racela sending him to the line. Philippines up by 2 with under 8 seconds remaining, needed at least an FT conversion from the normally ice-cooled Racela. He missed both. Korea advanced the ball, then fumbled, but on the stroke of luck, the ball found its way to Lee "Paking Shet" San Min's hands. He faked both Dondon and Asi out of their shorts, and calmly buried a 3 pointer at th buzzer. The whole nation weeped, and a collective shout of "PAKING SHET" was heard all over.


hahhaha..yeah, i remember that and it was really "paking shet" and after that game a commercial with a famous tag-line "ang bola ay bilog" (the ball is always be round) by sev sarmienta. when i was in college, i met a korean student at our university and i give him a question about lee sang min (i will never forget that man.), and he said "yeah he know him and he is really good", while saying that he give me a "shooting stance". lol, and i replied "damn, you were so lucky.."

rensquared
07-07-2007, 09:33 AM
O eto na guys complete video of the Busan Asian Games up to the end of the 4th quarter! walang luluha ha!

I suggest you watch the video in order para mas feel niyo yung game.

4th quarter part 1
http://youtube.com/watch?v=atJ7d9KYWGc

4th quarter part 2
http://youtube.com/watch?v=IWKhVSOEDns

4th quarter part 3
http://youtube.com/watch?v=-f37iOBMoCQ

Good game, but I still feel the stinging loss we recieved. Naiiyak pdn ako.. (I still feel like crying)

saints13
07-07-2007, 03:01 PM
kinda off topic here...I just can't help read those emotional posts about the Busan Game vs. Korea..well, here's the best heartbreaker I've seen in Philippine College Basketball..and may be one of the best in the world :D


3ypb94OPzbk

1 second left..this is what I call "THE NORMAN BLACK PLAY" check it out :D

watiwawa
07-07-2007, 03:38 PM
kinda off topic here...I just can't help read those emotional posts about the Busan Game vs. Korea..well, here's the best heartbreaker I've seen in Philippine College Basketball..and may be one of the best in the world :D


3ypb94OPzbk

1 second left..this is what I call "THE NORMAN BLACK PLAY" check it out :D

it's not really a heartbreaker.. it's just game 1(im not sure)

and it's not a do or die match....

and there's so many buzzer beater in the world.... the 0.1 s shot by david lee is better... but the rp vs sokor game is really a heartbreaker

saints13
07-07-2007, 04:01 PM
it's not really a heartbreaker.. it's just game 1(im not sure)

and it's not a do or die match....

and there's so many buzzer beater in the world.... the 0.1 s shot by david lee is better... but the rp vs sokor game is really a heartbreaker

ok :)

I wonder what's your definition with what is a heartbreaker and what is not? :confused:

SkyWalker
07-08-2007, 08:20 AM
List of the most horrendous heartbreaking losses of the Philippine NT

5. Philippines - Japan, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - the Philippines after leading 90% of the game, found itself unable to score in the dying minutes of the game. With time down to 8 secs, score tied, ball possession to the Philippines, Hontiveros, committed his first turnover of the game in the most ill-fated time, allowing the Japaneses to steal and run the ball for an uncontested lay-up, with 1 second to go.

4. Philippines - Lebanon, 2007 Jones Cup in Taiwan - Philippines for 3 quarters did an excellent job of keeping the Lebanese at bay, and still led by 5 at the closing minute, but poor execution and costly turnovers by Menk and Caguioa allowed the Lebanese to tie the game with more than 15 seconds to go. Ball possession to the Philippines, but Hontiveros rushed a shot, allowing the Lebanese to advance the ball. While everybody in the gym knew Lebanon's star El Khatib will take the last shot, he instead dished the ball to Rony Fahed, who earlier was elbowed to the face by Mik Penissi, who got his sweet revenge by banking an improbable 3 at the buzzer.

3. Philippines - Japan, 1994 Hiroshima Asian Games - Bronze medal game against host Japan. It was a see-saw battle as both teams were determined to salvage pride. it was a close game up to last second. After Japan made a basket to put them ahead by 2 on the dying seconds, Patrimonio willed himself on the lane and was fouled sending him to the FT line. Needing to can 2 free throws to tie the game, the normally ice-cooled captain, cracked under pressured and split his FTs, Philippines sent Japan to the line, but japan made both free throws to put them by 3. A desperation 3 by Ato Agustin rimmed out giving the bronze to Japan.


2. Philippines- South Korea, 1986 Seoul Asian Games - Semifinal, winner will face China in the gold medal game. Korea behind star guard Hur Jae led most the game, but the Philippines battled back behind then amateur stand outs Magsanoc, Caidic , Harmon Codinera and Patrimonio. With seconds to go, Korea still led by 1, Caidic stole the ball and hurried back to his frontcourt with only a solitary defender between him and the basket. There was contact as he droved for a lay up, while everybody in the gym expected a foul on the Korean defender, the Japanese ref, maybe out of revenge because the Philippines beat the Japanese team the night before, called a charging foul on Caidic. Game over to Korea.


1. Philippines - South Korea, 2002 Busan Asian Games - This game i can't forget. It's a Saturday, and everybody was glued on their TV set as Philippine battled host Korea in the semifinal game, the winner will face Yao Ming and the Chinese for the gold medal. Nearly 20 years after that horrendous heart breaker in Seoul, the nationals seek revenge in Korean soil, this time in Busan. With Racela orchestrating the offense, and a couple of 3's from him and SMB teammate Hontiveros, the Philippines took the lead from Korea, time down to few seconds. After an unfruitful possession by Korea, they fouled Racela sending him to the line. Philippines up by 2 with under 8 seconds remaining, needed at least an FT conversion from the normally ice-cooled Racela. He missed both. Korea advanced the ball, then fumbled, but on the stroke of luck, the ball found its way to Lee "Paking Shet" San Min's hands. He faked both Dondon and Asi out of their shorts, and calmly buried a 3 pointer at th buzzer. The whole nation weeped, and a collective shout of "PAKING SHET" was heard all over.


nice post man.:)

jovani_pineda
07-08-2007, 08:44 AM
anyway, good thing there is no lee sang min, seo, and moon....if i saw them playing again...it really gives the creeps. nah, that advertisement again after that game is playing in my mind.

saints13
07-08-2007, 09:49 AM
anyway, good thing there is no lee sang min, seo, and moon....if i saw them playing again...it really gives the creeps. nah, that advertisement again after that game is playing in my mind.

they still have Kim Dong-Woo..(my mistake for naming him Kim Won-Doo)..damn this Kims and Bangs surname are all over Korea I guess.. :D

jovani_pineda
07-08-2007, 09:59 AM
really? damn...but i think they can handle it. kim's and bang's are only common korean surnames.

aklanarcher
07-08-2007, 11:21 AM
Did Korea's center named Seo something retire already?

jovani_pineda
07-08-2007, 12:05 PM
maybe yeah, he's not playing for the korean NT. usually, he's only the big man before bang and he's soooo bad.hehehhe...:)

aklanarcher
07-08-2007, 01:57 PM
He played well for me. He gave Asi Taulava fits when they met during the 2002 Busan Asian Games. He is underrated and crafty I think.

Holy Hand Grenade
07-08-2007, 02:50 PM
kinda off topic here...I just can't help read those emotional posts about the Busan Game vs. Korea..well, here's the best heartbreaker I've seen in Philippine College Basketball..and may be one of the best in the world :D


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1 second left..this is what I call "THE NORMAN BLACK PLAY" check it out :D


It's only a heartbreaker if you're a UST supporter. :D

aklanarcher
07-08-2007, 02:58 PM
It's only a heartbreaker if you're a UST supporter. :D
It was only game one. It actually pumped up UST to rout ADMU the next game. They also won the third game. It was a classic rubber match.

all_about
04-14-2012, 07:25 PM
The 2 point lose for the battle of 3rd place against South Korea in the 2011 Fiba Asia Championship. Smart Gilas could've qualified for the Olympic qualifier 2012 had they won that game.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GlyRLiDK9lk

lovejones
04-15-2012, 02:31 AM
the most gut-wrenching heartbreakers?

1. against south korea in busan, 2002 (asian games)

2. against south korea in china, 2011 (fiba asia)

rocketstar47
04-15-2012, 03:36 AM
2011 FIBA Asia

Korea 70 vs Philippines 68