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    Schedule and team rosters in the 18th Super Kung Sheung Cup International Basketball Invitation Championship ( December 14 to December 19, 2010). The rosters are in the left frame :
    http://www.basketball.org.hk/10sksc/index.htm

    The 6'2" chinese guy whom I have played with in pick-up games is not in the 2010 edition southern california fookien association,

    However, I was surprised to see another guy(#2)whom I have played against also. Someone padded his height though. he is listed as 6 feet but i think he is 5'10" to 5'11" although he can dunk. He is a very aggressive guy who likes to take it strong to the hoop.

    check out the southern california fookien association roster here:
    http://www.basketball.org.hk/10sksc/team_scfa.htm

    The Philippine collegiate roster is here. its too bad they did not include Junmar the Kraken:
    http://www.basketball.org.hk/10sksc/...illippines.htm
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    i dont feel this tournament..
    but i hope they do good and make us proud..

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    PBA teams used to represent the Philippines in this tournament. In 2004 and 2005 , it was Fed-Ex PBA team. FedEx placed 3rd in 2004. I dont know their standing in 2005

    In 2006, it was Air-21, but they only placed 4th place after losing to hongkong and the Asian American Sports Club(this was the asian-american california team before the current southern california chinese Fukien team).

    In the 2008 edition, Philippines was represented by CESAFI all-stars that beat the southern california chinese Fukien team, but the CESAFI all-stars led I believe by Fajardo the Kraken lost in the finals to Hongkong. by a huge margin though(tambak).

    Here is Junmar Kraken's stats in the 2008 edition(by thadzonline)
    Junmar Fajardo Leads CeSAFI Basketball All-Stars to Runner-up Finish in Hong Kong. Junemar Fajardo(6'9" C) led the CeSAFI Basketball All-Stars to a respectable 2nd place finish in the 17th Super Kung Sheung Cup in Hong Kong. Fajardo had 15 points, 12 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals and 5 blocks on 5 of 18 shooting to lead the CeSAFI quintet to a 75-60 victory over Singapore in their opening round assignment. In their second assignment which they lost to Hong Kong, 105-86, Fajardo had 22 points on 9 of 15 shooting. He also had 19 rebounds and 1 block in that game. In The semifinals, the CeSAFI five beat the Southern California Fukienese Association team, 74-64. Fajardo had 16 points, 23 boards, 1 steal and 3 blocks. Hong Kong clobbered CeSAFI again in the final, 100-61. Fajardo was limited to 11 points, 9 rebounds and 1 steal.

    As you can see, Junmar Fajardo was already a monster internationally as far back as 2008 at least in an Asian tournament The Ateneo team of Norman Black should be reinforced by the Kraken !! specially since Junmar has played in that tournament before. Junmar can help Ateneo battle the tall centers of the Hongkong national team. In the past, Hongkong fielded two 7 footers if my memory is right.

    I think the 2009 edition was cancelled (not sure.)
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    Tournament schedule is December 14 to December 19: Can anyone read chinese characters ?
    http://www.basketball.org.hk/10sksc/index.htm
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    Pareng Pach...FedEx placed 3rd in 2005, beating Malaysia by 20+ points. The 2009 edition was scrapped to make way for the East Asian Games.

    Photos of Junmar's stint at the 17th Super Kung Sheung Cup in 2008:

    http://www.hksp.org/showGallery.php?L=E&albumID=465

    The Ateneo-Adamson combo team will play the Thailand NT tomorrow and the two Chinese amateur club teams on Weds and Thurs (all at 7 PM). The Thailand game is a good opp for coach Norman to gauge a perennial darkhorse at the SEA Games.

    If we make it to the top 2 in our group, they will face either Hong Kong or the Asian-American team in the cross-over semifinals on Saturday.

    This year's Asian-American team appears to be the favorite to win the tournament. It features 2 Chinese-Americans, 2 Korean-Americans, 2 Caucasians and 6 African-Americans, including a legit 7-footer and a couple of 6'9 full-grown men. David Kalb, 6'4, is a streetballer and a youtube sensation (he beat LBJ in a game of HORSE).

    Would have been a good test for the Kraken (no word yet whether Greggy Boy will play), but I'm sure our boys will give one hell of a fight.

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    Tournament schedule is December 14 to December 19: Can anyone read chinese characters ?
    http://www.basketball.org.hk/10sksc/index.htm

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    Thanks for the Erektifying update. A good way to stop awesome one-on-one streetballers is through zone defense. double or triple-teaming will stop their acrobatic contortions specially if they force their shot instead of passing it off to a free teammate.


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    Pareng Pach...FedEx placed 3rd in 2005, beating Malaysia by 20+ points. The 2009 edition was scrapped to make way for the East Asian Games.

    Photos of Junmar's stint at the 17th Super Kung Sheung Cup in 2008:

    http://www.hksp.org/showGallery.php?L=E&albumID=465

    The Ateneo-Adamson combo team will play the Thailand NT tomorrow and the two Chinese amateur club teams on Weds and Thurs (all at 7 PM). The Thailand game is a good opp for coach Norman to gauge a perennial darkhorse at the SEA Games.

    If we make it to the top 2 in our group, they will face either Hong Kong or the Asian-American team in the cross-over semifinals on Saturday.

    This year's Asian-American team appears to be the favorite to win the tournament. It features 2 Chinese-Americans, 2 Korean-Americans, 2 Caucasians and 6 African-Americans, including a legit 7-footer and a couple of 6'9 full-grown men. David Kalb, 6'4, is a streetballer and a youtube sensation (he beat LBJ in a game of HORSE).

    Would have been a good test for the Kraken (no word yet whether Greggy Boy will play), but I'm sure our boys will give one hell of a fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erektus View Post
    Pareng Pach...FedEx placed 3rd in 2005, beating Malaysia by 20+ points. The 2009 edition was scrapped to make way for the East Asian Games.

    Photos of Junmar's stint at the 17th Super Kung Sheung Cup in 2008:

    http://www.hksp.org/showGallery.php?L=E&albumID=465

    The Ateneo-Adamson combo team will play the Thailand NT tomorrow and the two Chinese amateur club teams on Weds and Thurs (all at 7 PM). The Thailand game is a good opp for coach Norman to gauge a perennial darkhorse at the SEA Games.

    If we make it to the top 2 in our group, they will face either Hong Kong or the Asian-American team in the cross-over semifinals on Saturday.

    This year's Asian-American team appears to be the favorite to win the tournament. It features 2 Chinese-Americans, 2 Korean-Americans, 2 Caucasians and 6 African-Americans, including a legit 7-footer and a couple of 6'9 full-grown men. David Kalb, 6'4, is a streetballer and a youtube sensation (he beat LBJ in a game of HORSE).

    Would have been a good test for the Kraken (no word yet whether Greggy Boy will play), but I'm sure our boys will give one hell of a fight.
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    the kraken's stats isnt bad either in this tournament few years back..
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    the Kraken has a lot of testosterone - the hormone of aggression - look at his hand, his ring finger is longer than the index finger. thats the warning sign of a Kraken. the pictures show him jumping all over the court with his long arms covering the sky.

    Seriously, google about testosterone, index and ring finger and you will see what i mean

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    Any idea on the lineup? Surely they have left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustine View Post
    Any idea on the lineup? Surely they have left?
    I think ive read somewhere that 4 Adamson players were inserted in the team.
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    They're in HK already.

    Camson, Alvarez or Canada, maybe Nuyles and one more Falcon dude joined the Blue Eagles for the tournament. The other guys like Buenafe for example, were told to focus on class first. Oping Sumalinog is joining as well.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salsa caballero View Post
    They're in HK already.

    Camson, Alvarez or Canada, maybe Nuyles and one more Falcon dude joined the Blue Eagles for the tournament. The other guys like Buenafe for example, were told to focus on class first. Oping Sumalinog is joining as well.

    Hope this helps.
    Thanks, but who is on the ateneo side of the lineup?

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    From what I remember: Salva, Austria, Long, gonzaga, monfort, delacruz, sumalinog, chua or erram...not sure, ha?

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    atty salsa,

    here's the list:

    Kirk Long
    Oping Sumalinog
    Magic Tiongson
    Bakon Austria
    Arthur dela Cruz
    Poy Erram
    Nico Salva
    Frank Golla

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    Just got word that Ateneo + Adamson beat the Thai NT 83-63 tonight.
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    any update on the india vs hong kong game?

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    Ateneo-Adamson Philippines wallops Thailand National Team, 83-63

    The Philippines, represented here by collegiate champions Ateneo de Manila University and reinforced by four players from rival Adamson University, overwhelmed the Thailand National Team, 83-63, at the 18th 3D-Gold Super Kung Sheung Cup held at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Hong Kong.

    King Eagle heir apparent Kirk Long and Adamson Falcons stalwart Julius Colina, who just a week earlier were at each other's throats at the 2010 PCCL Championship in Manila, joined forces in dismantling the Thai defense with their inside-outside game and well-oiled plays. The duo topscored for the Philippine side with 20 points apiece, with Bacon Austria of Ateneo providing able back-up with 10 points.

    After a slow start that saw the Thais erecting a short-lived, four-point lead in the first quarter, 19-15, the Filipinos tightened the screws on defense to build a 36-26 lead at the half.

    Long then teamed up with Adamson arch-rival Alex Nuyles in slamming the gas pedal at the start of the third canto, as they outran, outgunned and outfoxed their opponents en route to a 61-45 cushion entering the fourth quarter. Nuyles, who struggled in the first half, wowed the predominantly Hong Kong crowd with a breakaway slam off a Kirk Long feed.

    Thai pivotman Thonchai Thippayaprapai and gutsy forward Darongpan Apiromvilaichai were the lone bright spots for Thailand, scoring 14 and 11 points, respectively.

    A sizeable Filipino contingent among the audience expressed optimism at the Philippines' chances here, especially after a disappointing finish by the CESAFI All-Stars in the 2008 edition, which saw a collegiate selection from Cebu bannered by 6'10 behemoth Junmar Fajardo, getting whipped by host Hong Kong, 100-61, in the finals.

    The coaching staff, however, are wary of the size advantage of the other teams, particularly the two club teams from China and the Southern California Fukienese Association, bolstered by athletic African-Americans and youtube sensation David Kalb, renowned for beating Lebron James in a game of H-O-R-S-E.

    The Ateneo Blue Eagles, three-peat UAAP Champions, earned the right to represent the Philippines in the tournament by beating the Adamson Soaring Falcons at the recently concluded PCCL Champsionship in Manila. Interestingly, Adamson loaned four cagers to bolster Ateneo's roster here after key players from the Ateneo side had begged off for academic reasons.

    The Philippines next takes on the GCC Group and Xin Cheng Holdings basketball teams of China, hoping to land in the top two in their group to break into the semifinal round.

    PHL - Long 29, Colina 20, Austria 10, Alvarez 8, Dela Cruz 6, Sumalinog 6, Nuyles 4, Erram 4, Salva 3, Camson 2, Golla 0, Tiongson 0

    THA - Thongchai 14, Darunpong 11, Darongpan 10, Kittipot 9, Thansith 4, Paramet 4, Kittisak 4, Suttiket 3, Sakgarin 2, Pongsago 2

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    The ABL players are not playing? There's a Thai shooter right? Piyapong Piroon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    The ABL players are not playing? There's a Thai shooter right? Piyapong Piroon?

    Darunpong 11, Darongpan 10

    these dudes played for the Thai ABL team last year. they're brothers.

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