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    Julius Pasculado has got the skills and the talent!
    He's making heads turn at the draft camp, getting the attention of coaches and staff from PBA teams

    If that does not speak of talent.. i don't know what does

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    BARROCA, BALLESTEROS, MALIKSI SHINE IN ROOKIE CAMP SKILLS TEST

    Rookie hopefuls showed up in full force for Day 1 of the 2011 PBA Rookie Camp with some big names from Smart-Gilas and the D-League and a sprinkling of unknowns showing up their counterparts in the skills test held at the Club 650 gym in Libis, Quezon City.

    Speedster Mark Barroca, seen as a high to mid-first round pick in the 2011 Rookie Draft, recorded the most number of push ups at 107. Another Smart-Gilas National Jason Ballesteros tied with PBA D-League Most Valuable Player Allein Maliksi for the highest vertical leap, reaching the bar at 11 feet and 2 inches.

    Cebu-born Julius Pasculado topped two categories, emerging the fastest of the group with a clocking of 6.19 seconds in the 50-meter sprint and making 19 of 25 shots from different points on the floor in the shooting drills. Smart-Gilas players, however, did not participate in the shooting drills, having just come from practice.

    Another D-League standout, Pamboy Raymundo, settled for 2nd in the shooting drills with 18 shots made.

    Filemon Fernandez was No. 1 in situps with 301 while Nino Nabong topped pull-ups with 28.

    Former University of the Philippines center and one-time Smart-Gilas member Magi Sison is the tallest in the 36-player field at 6 feet 6 ¾ inches. Ballesteros was measured as second tallest at 6 – 6 ¼ but he had the longest wingspan at 82 inches.

    Christopher Concepcion is the smallest applicant at 5-foot-8.

    The pool will be divided into two teams which will play each other in Days 2 and 3 of the Camp with the PBA coaches keenly assessing the talents up for grabs in the Rookie Draft on Sunday at the Midtown of Robinson’s Place Manila.

    The Powerade Tigers own the No. 1 overall pick and high on their list is JV Casio, who is fast earning a reputation as one of the best guards in Asia.

    Source: PBA.ph

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    This year's draft is arguably one of the deepest in recent history. You've got multiple players that can make a big impact on a team right away. I can think of 10 players right now that has a lot to show and their potential are just tremendous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LikeLightning View Post
    Julius Pasculado has got the skills and the talent!
    He's making heads turn at the draft camp, getting the attention of coaches and staff from PBA teams

    If that does not speak of talent.. i don't know what does
    problem is he was a virtual unknown before the rookie camp...which is a leap of faith for the team that drafts him. and despite showing up in the camp, there is still a question of durability or stamina to play a full pba season, is he a liability on defense, will he fit the system or will the system be built around him, does he work hard or does he take plays off. i'm not a big fan of highlights and video clips that show tremendous talent and potential...examples, gerald green and james white...search their names in youtube and you'll get wowed but look where they are now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    BMEG is hell bent on getting the 5th for Gallent to pick his boy Barroca


    plus he can play d in the opposing guards just as roger yap yet he can burn the hoop like what PJ simon can do in a team...
    Problem is Gallent won't be coaching BMEG next season
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    Quote Originally Posted by LikeLightning View Post
    Julius Pasculado has got the skills and the talent!
    He's making heads turn at the draft camp, getting the attention of coaches and staff from PBA teams

    If that does not speak of talent.. i don't know what does
    The problem with the rookie camp is that they are not playing against organized/established defenses. One on one skills will stand out, but coaches would want to know if you are really good at following complex offensive patterns (harmony with your teammates).

    The teams will further evaluate these rookies by inviting them to private workouts with their own players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricodgame View Post
    Problem is Gallent won't be coaching BMEG next season
    yun lang but I think it is still within their camp Bmeg Camp (Koy Banal) comes to my mind
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    From Twitter:

    BMEG RECLAIMS 5th pick from SHOPINAS for an ACTIVE player OR 2 FUTURE picks

    so b-meg fans you have the 5th pick in this sundays draft.
    See You In #SPAIN2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
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    BMEG RECLAIMS 5th pick from SHOPINAS for an ACTIVE player OR 2 FUTURE picks

    so b-meg fans you have the 5th pick in this sundays draft.
    barocca?

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    So Gallent got what he wanted thats a big if the bosses gave him an ultimatum

    All filipino perhaps...but still bmeg would be bmeg they would still rely on their defense to complement their free flowing offense
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    So Gallent got what he wanted thats a big if the bosses gave him an ultimatum

    All filipino perhaps...but still bmeg would be bmeg they would still rely on their defense to complement their free flowing offense
    Barroca might be their choice. They have enough bigs in their roster.
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    So really Shopinas is the MVP camps conduit team
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    From Twitter:

    BMEG RECLAIMS 5th pick from SHOPINAS for an ACTIVE player OR 2 FUTURE picks

    so b-meg fans you have the 5th pick in this sundays draft.
    Active Player? si Rico sana. But I doubt. so it's either Allado or the 2 future picks. (wooaah Allado + Ritualo for shopinas circa 2000 for DLSU)

    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    yun lang but I think it is still within their camp Bmeg Camp (Koy Banal) comes to my mind
    Maybe it's Jong vs Koy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    BMEG is hell bent on getting the 5th for Gallent to pick his boy Barroca


    plus he can play d in the opposing guards just as roger yap yet he can burn the hoop like what PJ simon can do in a team...
    Tweets by Snow Badua

    This is not actually a MOCK DRAFT, this is based on my interview with COACHES and MANAGEMENT of teams.

    1.) POWERADE - JV CASIO
    2.) RAIN OR SHINE - PAUL LEE
    3.) BARAKO - MARCIO LASSITER
    4.) POWERADE - MAC BARACAEL
    5.) ???????? - MARK BARROCA ,-)

    NOTE: If POWERADE will pick LASSITER, ROS still PAUL LEE BARAKO will get CASIO
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    POWERADE financed the trip to Manila of JULIUS PASCULADOS to MANILA to join DRAFT. GOV JB BAYLON says if other teams will DRAFT him. They'll just ask for reimbursement. "Nakita namin may potential, so we helped him", says BAYLON. He currently stays at one of the TIGERS' rented units.
    #parasabayan
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    2011 PBA mock draft, version 2.0
    Reynaldo Belen and Jaemark Tordecilla, with Mikkel Bolante, InterAKTV

    In version 1.0 of our mock draft, we were just surveying the horizon, scanning the talent, and putting down our thoughts. Since posting that, we’ve spoken to coaches, players, team insiders, and agents to try to get a feel of how Sunday’s draft will go.

    1. Powerade – Jayvee Casio

    We asked Powerade coach Bo Perasol directly which player his team was picking: Jayvee Casio or Paul Lee.

    Here was his reply: “It’s no secret that Gary David is the only go-to-guy in the team and we need somebody who can help him out or probably makes him better. We have yet to identify it yet, but Paul Lee showed what he can do. We have yet to see Jayvee Casio as he is still injured, but gauging from his performance and the mere fact that he submitted himself in the draft makes him a strong contender.”

    2. Rain or Shine – Paul Lee

    We’ve been hearing that if Powerade takes Casio, Rain or Shine is ready to snag the Cobra Commander, which would fulfill Lee’s destiny to play for Yeng Guiao and become Willie Thriller 2.0.

    3. Barako Bull – Marcio Lassiter

    The Barako Bull brain trust is high on Lassiter, Chris Lutz, and Mac Baracael. But if needed to make the choice, they are going with Lassiter, especially with questions on Dondon Hontiveros’ future with the franchise.

    4. Powerade – Chris Lutz

    People inside Powerade think that Lutz can play the small forward position in the PBA, so that he can run alongside Gary David. If they end up with Casio and Lutz, that would be one explosive trio. But who’ll get their rebounds?

    5. B-MEG – Mark Barroca

    The decision of the PBA to award the 5th pick back to B-MEG threw a wrinkle to plans of many teams; there were indications that Shopinas.com, which had earlier owned the pick, was thinking of taking Dylan Ababou at this spot, which would have been the first shocker of the draft.

    Instead, it looks like it’s going to be a reunion between Barroca and his Harbour Centre coaches Jorge Gallent and Richard del Rosario at the Llamados.

    6. Alaska – Mac Baracael

    Honestly, we were kind of hoping to see Barroca in an Alaska uniform; Tim Cone has a good track record with small, athletic guards from FEU. But the consolation prize wouldn’t be so bad for the master of the triangle offense. Unlike most recent Alaska draftees, Baracael is ready to crack the Aces’ rotation as soon as he comes in.

    7. Talk ‘N Text – Dylan Ababou

    Although insiders from the Tropang Texters like Jason Ballesteros, we keep hearing that this pick is going to be traded, in exchange for future draft picks. It seems like sound strategy for an already-stacked Talk ‘N Text team that will be welcoming Japeth Aguilar next season. Perhaps Franz Pumaren could get his guy at this spot?

    8. Petron Blaze – Allein Maliksi

    We know that Petron is interested in a scorer, but if Ababou is off the board, then they might go with Maliksi. Either way, it’ll be a UST Tigers reunion with Petron Blaze assistant coach Pido Jarencio.

    9. Barangay Ginebra – Reil Cervantes

    We’re hearing that there’s real interest from the Ginebra braintrust — we were going to use the term “coaches,” but the setup isn’t clear yet right now — in Cervantes. The barangay can breathe a sigh of relief now that they know their favorite team isn’t picking a guard.

    10. Barako Bull – Jason Ballesteros

    At this point, Ballesteros is the best prospect left on the board, and he should be able to come in and help immediately for a Barako team that only counts on Dorian Pena to man the shaded lane.

    11. Shopinas.com – Ken Acibar

    The Clickers want a young, energetic team, and Acibar fits that description to a T. We’re intrigued to know just how well Acibar will develop under coach Franz Pumaren and his big man coach, Tonichi Yturri.

    12. Talk ‘N Text – Julius Pasculado

    Again, we’re hearing that this pick will be traded. Pasculado has been turning some heads in the draft, so he can be an option for teams looking for a sleeper. The Filipino-American guard has the best YouTube highlights of any prospect in the draft except, well, Brian Ilad.

    13. Alaska – Pamboy Raymundo

    There are indications that Alaska will be trading a couple of their second round picks — they own four — and it could go to a team looking at Raymundo, a former San Sebastian guard who has turned some heads in the camps.

    14. Alaska – Ariel Mepaña

    We have a hard time imagining Alaska not taking at least a look at Mepaña, a rugged banger from Cebu who played for Aces assistant coach Luigi Trillo in the PBA D-League.

    15. Alaska – Eric Salamat

    If Alaska keeps this pick, Salamat might be an intriguing choice for them; he’s the anti-Bonbon Custodio — not particularly athletic or exciting, but always plays in control.

    16. B-MEG – Magi Sison

    He is 6-foot-7, but we have a hard time seeing him moving up on the board.

    17. Alaska – Gilbert Bulawan

    Another banger who might end up with another team if Alaska trades the pick.

    18. Barangay Ginebra – James Martinez

    Jai Reyes jokes aside, we think Martinez might be an upgrade over fellow UE alumnus Rob Labagala.

    19. Barako Bull – Mark Cagoco

    20. Barako Bull – Brian Ilad

    21. Talk ‘N Text – Mark Agustin

    We’re just kidding. But we’re hearing that if Talk ‘N Text can’t trade this pick, they’re likely to pass.


    The 2011 PBA Draft will be broadcast on AKTV on IBC-13 on Sunday, August 28, at 7 p.m.

    http://www.interaksyon.com/interaktv...ft-version-2-0

    Bmeg secured the 5th back from Shopinas - http://www.pba.ph/pba_forum/index.ph...9.msg18080#new

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    From Twitter
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    VETERAN COACH JUNEL BACULI: Tingin ko hindi ganun karami ang talent sa DRAFT. Top heavy lang iyan. After 10-12 picks, magkaka-ubusan na yan.


    10-12 picks? i say till 16th pick.
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    the 21th pick of this year draft is Mark Agustin


    Chot: ayan utang na loob
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
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    VETERAN COACH JUNEL BACULI: Tingin ko hindi ganun karami ang talent sa DRAFT. Top heavy lang iyan. After 10-12 picks, magkaka-ubusan na yan.


    10-12 picks? i say till 16th pick.
    Baculi nailed it its top heavy
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Baculi nailed it its top heavy
    Lolz. choose wisely coach baculi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
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    VETERAN COACH JUNEL BACULI: Tingin ko hindi ganun karami ang talent sa DRAFT. Top heavy lang iyan. After 10-12 picks, magkaka-ubusan na yan.

    10-12 picks? i say till 16th pick.
    malamang, because after the 12th pick, we only have 9 more picks. so magkakaubusan na talaga.
    #parasabayan
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