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    ABL-SMB beat the SEAG bound SINAG 73 - 66

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    Quote Originally Posted by janitor_fish View Post
    ABL-SMB beat the SEAG bound SINAG 73 - 66
    0-1 for SINAG PHILS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janitor_fish View Post
    ABL-SMB beat the SEAG bound SINAG 73 - 66
    And that's without their two imports, Chris Banchero and Junmar Fajardo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janitor_fish View Post
    ABL-SMB beat the SEAG bound SINAG 73 - 66
    You have to remember that the SAN MIGUEL-ABL squad is the older and experienced team. The win does not surprise me because of the experience the players of the SAN MIGUEL-ABL carried in the game yesterday. Majority of those in the SMB-ABL team are above 25 years old. While those of Sinag Pilipinas are from 18 to 23 years with Greg (I think) as the oldest at 23 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    You have to remember that the SAN MIGUEL-ABL squad is the older and experienced team. The win does not surprise me because of the experience the players of the SAN MIGUEL-ABL carried in the game yesterday. Majority of those in the SMB-ABL team are above 25 years old. While those of Sinag Pilipinas are from 18 to 23 years with Greg (I think) as the oldest at 23 years old.
    Chris Tiu at 26 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    You have to remember that the SAN MIGUEL-ABL squad is the older and experienced team. The win does not surprise me because of the experience the players of the SAN MIGUEL-ABL carried in the game yesterday. Majority of those in the SMB-ABL team are above 25 years old. While those of Sinag Pilipinas are from 18 to 23 years with Greg (I think) as the oldest at 23 years old.
    Ah, I agree with you on this. Sometimes EXPERIENCE really tramples TALENT.
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    Sinag also missed players from SBC and SSC-R
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    There's a need to wait until both SMC and Sinag are at full strength and coached as a full team for at least three months. Pinoys tend to make a lot of excuses for losses, and it will be good to wait until the time for shutting up. Let's not also forget that Sinag is an MVP team on paper money, and any San Miguel team will play emotionally and hard against any MVP team. It's just the way things are.

    Besides, some of the MVP teams are not even complete yet. TNT still needs to replace its ridiculously small center named Ali Peek with a full sized one like Slaughter, and at least two young power forwards standing at least 6'8" to become a decent basketball team. Meralco needs to upsize too. Once this happens, let's see if SMC, Petron, BMeg and Ginebra and their imports can take on these MVP teams.

    My views are obviously biased because the only teams that matter personally to me are the FIBA national teams. With almost no realistic possibility that San Miguel teams and their players will be allowed to play for the FIBA national teams, these teams and players are as good as garbage to me and certainly not worth more than the tambay barangay teams. For sure, MVP teams, and maybe one or two other PBA teams can lend some players. So these teams' players and coaches are the ones I really bother to watch on TV. Players you can't use are called useless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by potz05 View Post
    Ah, I agree with you on this. Sometimes EXPERIENCE really tramples TALENT.
    No pun intended here but that depends how good or how talented the team of sinag national squad
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    wont be surprised if malaysia beats us. theyve had good exposures lately..

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    malaysia is fresh from FIBA Asia...while Sinag players are fresh from UAAP and NCAA plus games like this where they cannot even beat a half baked SMC team.

    are they supposed to be the future of PH basketball?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eiji_sawakita View Post
    malaysia is fresh from FIBA Asia...while Sinag players are fresh from UAAP and NCAA plus games like this where they cannot even beat a half baked SMC team.

    are they supposed to be the future of PH basketball?
    yes they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eiji_sawakita View Post
    malaysia is fresh from FIBA Asia...while Sinag players are fresh from UAAP and NCAA plus games like this where they cannot even beat a half baked SMC team.

    are they supposed to be the future of PH basketball?
    you cannot gauge any team just like that on its very first tune-up game, another thing their starter Garvo Lanete and key reserves Ronald Pascual, RR Garcia, Jake Pascual and Ian Sangalang did not play. Coach Norman also decided to use Starter Greg Slaughter sparingly as he just returned from his vacation at Cebu. Chris Tiu who just recently joined the Sinag practices was also not used that much.

    But SMB's new find 6'8 Maika Usita is intimidating though.

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    And I'll say Benedict Fernandez, Junjun Cabatu, Neil Raneses, RJ Rizada, Christian Luanzon and Allan Mangahas played well.

    Unfortunately Chris Tiu late entry to the team have some effect in team chemistry as he is still getting to know the plays and system that Coach Norman is using. There were times he was lost as he got mixed-up with the plays of Sinag with that of Gilas. Jelling of the team is still an issue as they have not yet played actual games together outside this game vs SMB.

    By the way the 2nd game Sinag played was after SMB against D-league Cebuana Lhullier which ended at 70-all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtfernando View Post
    There's a need to wait until both SMC and Sinag are at full strength and coached as a full team for at least three months. Pinoys tend to make a lot of excuses for losses, and it will be good to wait until the time for shutting up. Let's not also forget that Sinag is an MVP team on paper money, and any San Miguel team will play emotionally and hard against any MVP team. It's just the way things are.

    Besides, some of the MVP teams are not even complete yet. TNT still needs to replace its ridiculously small center named Ali Peek with a full sized one like Slaughter, and at least two young power forwards standing at least 6'8" to become a decent basketball team. Meralco needs to upsize too. Once this happens, let's see if SMC, Petron, BMeg and Ginebra and their imports can take on these MVP teams.

    My views are obviously biased because the only teams that matter personally to me are the FIBA national teams. With almost no realistic possibility that San Miguel teams and their players will be allowed to play for the FIBA national teams, these teams and players are as good as garbage to me and certainly not worth more than the tambay barangay teams. For sure, MVP teams, and maybe one or two other PBA teams can lend some players. So these teams' players and coaches are the ones I really bother to watch on TV. Players you can't use are called useless.
    You hit it right in the kisser sir. Players who cant be utilized by our national team are useless.

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    is 6'8" maika usita a filipino mix ?? reminds me of taulava


    Quote Originally Posted by nardy View Post
    you cannot gauge any team just like that on its very first tune-up game, another thing their starter Garvo Lanete and key reserves Ronald Pascual, RR Garcia, Jake Pascual and Ian Sangalang did not play. Coach Norman also decided to use Starter Greg Slaughter sparingly as he just returned from his vacation at Cebu. Chris Tiu who just recently joined the Sinag practices was also not used that much.

    But SMB's new find 6'8 Maika Usita is intimidating though.

    #52 Maika Usita

    And I'll say Benedict Fernandez, Junjun Cabatu, Neil Raneses, RJ Rizada, Christian Luanzon and Allan Mangahas played well.

    Unfortunately Chris Tiu late entry to the team have some effect in team chemistry as he is still getting to know the plays and system that Coach Norman is using. There were times he was lost as he got mixed-up with the plays of Sinag with that of Gilas. Jelling of the team is still an issue as they have not yet played actual games together outside this game vs SMB.

    By the way the 2nd game Sinag played was after SMB against D-league Cebuana Lhullier which ended at 70-all.
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    Sir Nardy do you have the box score for the SMB game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pachador View Post
    is 6'8" maika usita a filipino mix ?? reminds me of taulava
    according to Matthew Manotoc like Asi he's Part Filipino and Part Tongan. However unlike Moala Tautuaa, we have not gotten any sort of affirmation yet. But since SMB gotten him, am assuming they checked his papers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Sir Nardy do you have the box score for the SMB game?
    sorry do not have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nashill View Post
    wont be surprised if malaysia beats us. theyve had good exposures lately..
    do you want to bet your signature? if not then shut up..

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    Quote Originally Posted by macan77 View Post
    do you want to bet your signature? if not then shut up..
    worrying is not allowed here?

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