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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay P. Mercado View Post
    1976 RP Youth Team:

    Bernardo Carpio
    Steve Watson
    Anthony Dasalla
    Alex Clariño
    Matthew Gaston
    Jimmy Manansala
    Nathaniel Castillo
    Romulo Mamaril
    Ricardo Mariano
    Rodolfo Lalota
    Roberto Poblete
    Chuck Barreiro

    Coach: no idea, anyone who knows?
    The coach of this team was Honesto Mayoralgo.

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    I don't have the listing of teams that played in the 1974 World Basketball Championships, the 1975 ABC (I believe this is the team of Jojo De Guzman, et al, the MICAA players who didn't turn pro), the 1977 ABC (I'm guessing Tony Dasalla, Renato Lobo, Emerito Legaspi, etc), and the 1979 ABC.

    I'm assuming that the 1981 team for the SEAG was the same team that represented us in the 1981 ABC although I may be wrong.

    The 1983 SEAG team in Singapore was different though from the 1983 team we sent to the ABC. I don't have this list. Neither do I have the list for the 1985 SEAG, the 1987 SEAG and the ill-fated 1989 SEAG (headed by Jun Reyes and Jun Limpot) that lost the gold medal for the first time against Malaysia.
    The Philippine NT to the 1974 FIBA Worlds in Puerto Rico was basically the same team that won the Manila ABC in 1973. I do not know if any changes were made.

    1975 PHILIPPINE NT (ABC)
    Nicanor BULAONG
    Eleazar CAPACIO
    Virgilio CORTEZ
    Fernando DE GUZMAN
    Roberto DE LA ROSA
    Gregorio GOZUM
    Rudolph HINES
    Jaime JAVIER
    Jaime TAGUINES
    Arnufo TUADLES
    Luis VARELA
    Paulino VELASCO
    Coach Francisco CALILAN

    1977 PHILIPPINE NT (ABC)
    Eleazar CAPACIO
    Bernardo CARPIO
    Alex CLARINO
    Ramon CRUZ
    Anthony DASALLA
    Matthew GASTON
    Joseph HERRERA
    Jaime JAVIER
    Angelito LADORES
    Renato LOBO
    Jaime MANANSALA
    Paulino VELASCO
    Coach Honesto MAYORALGO

    1979 PHILIPPINE NT (ABC)
    Joel BANAL
    Alex CLARINO
    Arturo CRISTOBAL
    Ramon CRUZ
    Leopoldo HERRERA
    Federico LAUCHENGCO
    Reynaldo LAZARO
    Romulo MAMARIL
    Efren MANILA
    Ray OBIAS
    Marte SALDANA
    Jose Bernardo YANGO
    Coach Freddie WEBB

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    2001 PHILIPPINE NT (SEA GAMES)
    Romel ADDUCUL
    Christian Jay CALAGUIO
    Ruben DE LA ROSA
    Edgar ECHAVEZ
    Hubert John FERRIOLS
    Vince HIZON
    Eddie LAURE
    Victor Pedro MARTIN
    Junel MENDIOLA
    Omanzie RODRIGUEZ
    Jomar TIERRA
    Ercito VICTOLERO
    Coach David ZAMAR

    2001 PHILIPPINE NT (SEABA MEN'S)
    Romel ADDUCUL
    Christian Jay CALAGUIO
    Ruben DE LA ROSA
    Edgar ECHAVEZ
    Hubert John FERRIOLS
    Eddie LAURE
    Victor Pedro MARTIN
    Junel MENDIOLA
    Stephen PADILLA
    Omanzie RODRIGUEZ
    Homer SE
    Ercito VICTOLERO
    Coach David ZAMAR

    1999 PHILIPPINE NT (SEA GAMES)
    Romel ADDUCUL
    Freche William ANG
    Wynne ARBOLEDA
    Celedon CAMASO
    Ruben DE LA ROSA
    Gilbert DEMAPE
    June LONGALONG
    Victor Pedro MARTIN
    Renato MORANO
    Jonathan SERRANO
    Ernesto BILLONES (guest amateur player)
    Kerby RAYMUNDO (guest amateur player)
    Coach Francisco Luis ALAS

    1999 PHILIPPINE NT (ABC)
    Wynne ARBOLEDA
    Vigildo BABILONIA
    Crizaldo BADE
    Rollie BASILIDES
    Donaldo HONTIVEROS
    Richard MELENCIO
    Ferdinand RAVENA
    Jovito SESE
    Oscar SIMON
    Dale SINGSON (DNP)
    Melvin TAGUINES
    Alvin TENG
    Michael GARCIA (reserve)
    Coach Victor SANCHEZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Servinio View Post
    Add Noli Locsin of DLSU as the 12th player on this list.
    I remember this team.
    They played a game versus AFPSLAI in our town, Santiago, Isabela.
    Limpot did not show up though.
    Boybits wowed the crowd with his dunks.
    While Marlou, EJ and Wilmer simply got the attention of the Isabelinos purely because of their height.
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    how about the 1993 rag-tag SEA games? i can only remember the following:

    siot tanquincen
    poch juinio
    rodney santos
    mike orquillas
    cris bade

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    Quote Originally Posted by Servinio View Post
    2001 PHILIPPINE NT (SEA GAMES)


    1999 PHILIPPINE NT (ABC)
    Wynne ARBOLEDA
    Vigildo BABILONIA
    Crizaldo BADE
    Rollie BASILIDES
    Donaldo HONTIVEROS
    Richard MELENCIO
    Ferdinand RAVENA
    Jovito SESE
    Oscar SIMON
    Dale SINGSON (DNP)
    Melvin TAGUINES
    Alvin TENG
    Michael GARCIA (reserve)
    Coach Victor SANCHEZ
    i thought sonny cabatu played in the 1999 abc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ticket View Post
    how about the 1993 rag-tag SEA games? i can only remember the following:

    siot tanquincen
    poch juinio
    rodney santos
    mike orquillas
    cris bade
    onchie dela cruz
    harmon codinera
    gilbert castillo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakamoto View Post
    onchie dela cruz
    harmon codinera
    gilbert castillo
    i think tembong melencio was their coach...

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    i thought sonny cabatu played in the 1999 abc?
    Santiago Cabatu played with the Pasig-Rizal Pirates in the 1999 ABC Champions Cup in Lebanon.

    As earlier established in the parameters, the said tournament is not part of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Servinio View Post
    Santiago Cabatu played with the Pasig-Rizal Pirates in the 1999 ABC Champions Cup in Lebanon.

    As earlier established in the parameters, the said tournament is not part of this thread.
    i was not referring to that. i was referring to the 1999 abc men's championship. that's why i said "i thought" and i put a "?". it was a question. im just relying on memory of my previous readings. i just remembered henson's bashing of an mba selection's poor performance in an abc tournament. so maybe its the champions cup not the mens championship.

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    Great info on scores and standings of our National Team.

    Unfortunately line-ups not posted.

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    Please Check this out:

    Just realized that when our basketball teams made good a performance in the Olympics we had young line-ups.

    In 1956 when Team USA beat Team Pilipinas 121-53. 6'9 22 year old Bill Russell scored 12 points and outplayed 6'3 26 year old Caloy Loyzaga who only had 3 points. It was 5'10 31 year old Ramon Campos which top scored for the Philippines with 14 points while it was USA's 6'3 24 year old Bob Jeangerard who paced his team with 21 points, please note 6'1 24 year old K.C. Jones scored only 6 points against the Filipinos. Out of 12 participants, the Philippines placed 7th with the Americans winning the Gold Medal. Its unfortunate in our Quarterfinal Group of 4 we lost 2 both eventful semifinalists France and Uraguay (Bronze) in overtime at 58-65 and 70-79 respectively after rallying in both games from a halftime deficit. Had we won both games or at least one of them, we could have ended-up playing in the semis vs the US or the Soviet Union and could have ultimately played in the Bronze medal game. That's how competitive we were that time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basketb...ummer_Olympics
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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy View Post
    Great info on scores and standings of our National Team.

    Unfortunately line-ups not posted.

    http://todor66.com/basketball/Asia/index.html

    I've been using that site for a while now.. there are actually some missing points in some other games particularly in the Asian Championships and the Asian Games...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ticket View Post
    i think tembong melencio was their coach...
    Wasn't Tembong's son, Richie, also part of this ragtag 1993 lineup that played in the Singapore SEA Games?

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    Anthony,

    Much props to you for providing these additional information. Very informative and incisive. Note that in 1975, when the PBA was formed and it was the first time that we didn't send our best players for the ABC, the players that reinforced our team were made up of MICAA players. Most notably that they were mostly players from either Manilabank or YCO. Although YCO had a Tanduay team in the PBA, they still had a formidable lineup in the amateur ranks. Manilabank, which was owned by the Puyat family, obviously didn't join the PBA as Lito Puyat was at odds with the PBA.

    The YCO players were Greg Gozum, Ely Capacio, Bert Dela Rosa and Jimmy Taguines. The Manilabank players were Gil Cortez, Jojo De Guzman, Rudy Hines and Arnie Tuadles. Another player from the San Miguel Braves was Paul Velasco while Nic Bulaong, I believe, was from Frigidaire / MAN Diesel. I forgot what team future Crispa players Tito Varela and Jimmy Javier came from. They may have come from ITM.

    Even their coach, Nes Mayoralgo, was associated with the Puyats, being the head coach of the Bankers at the MICAA. He eventually became part of the BAP when Lito Puyat was still prexy.

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    Anybody else who can provide the three remaining players of that hastily-formed 1993 RP Men's Team that won the gold in the Singapore SEAG? There's so much to be proud of this team, as despite the lack of quality players that played for this team, still won the gold medal despite the odds.

    1993 RP Men's Basketball Team:
    (for the SEA Games)

    Siot Tanquincen
    Poch Juinio
    Rodney Santos
    Mike Orquillas
    Cris Bade
    Onchie Dela Cruz
    Harmon Codinera
    Gilbert Castillo
    Richie Melencio
    ????
    ????
    ????

    Coach: Rogelio Melencio

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    Anthony (or anyone else):

    Anyone else who can provide the remaining two players in the 1997 RP Men's Team for the SEAG?

    1997 RP Men's Team (SEAG):

    Romel Adducul
    Danny Ildefonso
    Ralph Rivera
    Gerald Francisco
    Jomer Rubi
    Ato Morano
    Rensy Bajar
    Dino Manuel
    Norman Gonzales
    Henry Fernandez
    ????
    ????

    Coach: Dong Vergeire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay P. Mercado View Post
    Anybody else who can provide the three remaining players of that hastily-formed 1993 RP Men's Team that won the gold in the Singapore SEAG? There's so much to be proud of this team, as despite the lack of quality players that played for this team, still won the gold medal despite the odds.

    1993 RP Men's Basketball Team:
    (for the SEA Games)

    Siot Tanquincen
    Poch Juinio
    Rodney Santos
    Mike Orquillas
    Cris Bade
    Onchie Dela Cruz
    Harmon Codinera
    Gilbert Castillo
    Richie Melencio
    ????
    ????
    ????

    Coach: Rogelio Melencio


    I think Dennis Espino was included in this line up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik View Post
    I think Dennis Espino was included in this line up.
    nope. he was among who revolted.

    ue's high leaping forward jumbo cruz played for this team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay P. Mercado View Post
    Wasn't Tembong's son, Richie, also part of this ragtag 1993 lineup that played in the Singapore SEA Games?
    i dont think so because i believe he was too young at that time. Those who had a valid passport were able to join this hurriedly formed team. I forgot some of the players tumatanda na kasi eh from what i remember most of them are member of the RP youth team.

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