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    i doubt greg joins the draft this year, he'll surely be included in the gilas lineup along with kevin alas. oh and almazan isn't returning to letran anymore too? if that's so then the best 5 would look be (no parks yet) sangalang, almazan, salva, pascual, nuyles...team needs would have to be considered but if purely on talent that's the top 5.

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    In the recent SPIN article about Bobby Ray's plan of joining the PBA, it talked about a PBA rule that I didn't know about. To quote:

    "...the PBA's new eligibility rules require Fil-foreign players 25 years old or below to play in at least two conferences of the PBA D-League or the national team."

    Does this mean that Fil-Fors with PBA aspirations above 25 are exempt from the D-League and National Team?

    The reason why I'm asking this is Stanley Pringle has just turned 26 last March 5. On the other hand, Chris Banchero (born 1990) and Moala Tautuaa (born 1989) are still below 25.

    It should be noted that Jason Deutchman (per the ESPN profile) was born on Sep 1986. Though he only played a handful of games in one conference in the D-League, he was still able to join the PBA Draft last year. Is he a good example of someone who used this route?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovejones View Post
    In the recent SPIN article about Bobby Ray's plan of joining the PBA, it talked about a PBA rule that I didn't know about. To quote:

    "...the PBA's new eligibility rules require Fil-foreign players 25 years old or below to play in at least two conferences of the PBA D-League or the national team."

    Does this mean that Fil-Fors with PBA aspirations above 25 are exempt from the D-League and National Team?

    The reason why I'm asking this is Stanley Pringle has just turned 26 last March 5. On the other hand, Chris Banchero (born 1990) and Moala Tautuaa (born 1989) are still below 25.

    It should be noted that Jason Deutchman (per the ESPN profile) was born on Sep 1986. Though he only played a handful of games in one conference in the D-League, he was still able to join the PBA Draft last year. Is he a good example of someone who used this route?
    Deutchman technically played 2 conferences in the d-league

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    http://www.spin.ph/sports/basketball...UzVb4M.twitter

    UAAP rule stands in the way of parks decision to join PBA rookie draft

    A UAAP rule that bars players from joining the PBA draft immediately after its season stands in the way of Bobby Ray Parks and his PBA plans.

    Parks has expressed his desire to make himself available for this year’s draft set November 3, telling Spin.ph on Wednesday that he will make a decision at the end of National University's season in the UAAP this October.

    However, a UAAP board member confirmed that league rules state that a collegiate player will have to wait a year after his last season with his varsity team before being allowed to enter the professional ranks.

    That poses a dilemma for Parks, who can only join the pro league draft in 2014 at the earliest if he decides to play for a third season with the Bulldogs this season.

    However, if the UAAP MVP insists on entering the PBA draft late this year, he needs to sit out the coming collegiate season with the Bulldogs.

    On Wednesday, Parks did not discount the possibility of entering this year’s PBA draft but stressed that his focus right now is on the Bulldogs' quest for a long-overdue UAAP championship.

    “I think I’m eligible (for the PBA draft). The idea was brought up to light because it (PBA option) was actually there," he said. "It opened up another door, just like looking in and where this possibility could take us and see where that goes.”

    The UAAP rule on prospective PBA draftees was put in place to supposedly allow student athletes to focus on their studies while still with the school.

    It also stemmed from a controversy involving former La Salle star Don Allado, who was picked by Alaska as a direct hire in 1999 at a time when he was still playing for the Green Archers in the UAAP.

    Allado, who currently plays for Barako Bull in the PBA, ended up finishing his playing year with La Salle that season before joining the Aces, but not after missing several games.

    The UAAP rule is in stark contrast to that in the NCAA where players can enter the pro league draft while still playing for their schools.

    This explains why Calvin Abueva was able to continue playing for the San Sebastian last year after being drafted by Alaska.

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    the difference between allado's case and possibly parks is that allado apply or directly hire in january of 99 then suits up in 3rd conference wheras parks the draft will be in nov. It wont smack the uaap season conpare to allado.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
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    the difference between allado's case and possibly parks is that allado apply or directly hire in january of 99 then suits up in 3rd conference wheras parks the draft will be in nov. It wont smack the uaap season conpare to allado.
    correct! the only issue here is when is the deadline of application for the PBA draft....if it falls during the UAAP season, there would be a problem because once parks officially enters his name for the draft, he loses his eligibility...

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    Default updated Mock draft


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    Do I see it right, Meralco does not hold a single pick in the first two rounds?

    Thinking of the possibility of having Pascual and Sangalang play in one team - San Mig Coffee maybe?
    One more thing we see is that Wally is clean-shaven and Yosh is quite far from it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by logre23 View Post
    I think Salva, Fortuna, Slaughter and Silungan are not eligible for this year's draft, if my understanding of the UAAP rules are correct
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    I think Salva, Fortuna, Slaughter and Silungan are not eligible for this year's draft, if my understanding of the UAAP rules are correct
    they're eligible. Salva already announce his intentions for pba draft this year same as greg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    I think Salva, Fortuna, Slaughter and Silungan are not eligible for this year's draft, if my understanding of the UAAP rules are correct
    They wont anymore play in the coming UAAP....

    BTW, what was your understanding of the rule?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    I think Salva, Fortuna, Slaughter and Silungan are not eligible for this year's draft, if my understanding of the UAAP rules are correct
    they already spent 5 years in the uaap...their eligible...same with nuyles, camson, chua and mark bringas. who is justin melton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by killmebusy View Post
    they already spent 5 years in the uaap...their eligible...same with nuyles, camson, chua and mark bringas. who is justin melton?
    justin melton from cadet squad who played for gilas in dubai and hk. Now currently plays with westsports kl dragons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logre23 View Post
    LOL Maiquez is at most only 6'3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovejones View Post
    In the recent SPIN article about Bobby Ray's plan of joining the PBA, it talked about a PBA rule that I didn't know about. To quote:

    "...the PBA's new eligibility rules require Fil-foreign players 25 years old or below to play in at least two conferences of the PBA D-League or the national team."

    Does this mean that Fil-Fors with PBA aspirations above 25 are exempt from the D-League and National Team?

    The reason why I'm asking this is Stanley Pringle has just turned 26 last March 5. On the other hand, Chris Banchero (born 1990) and Moala Tautuaa (born 1989) are still below 25.

    It should be noted that Jason Deutchman (per the ESPN profile) was born on Sep 1986. Though he only played a handful of games in one conference in the D-League, he was still able to join the PBA Draft last year. Is he a good example of someone who used this route?
    regarding your first question, yes if a player (whether fil-for or local) is above 26 - which means he is no longer eligible to join the dleague - he can outright apply for the draft. Deutchman was listed on the dleague roster for 2 conferences but since he got injured only played a handful games.

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    Do you think Nico Salva will have a better PBA Career than JC Intal? What do you think is his ceiling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebron23 View Post
    Do you think Nico Salva will have a better PBA Career than JC Intal? What do you think is his ceiling?
    mark baracael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared03 View Post
    mark baracael
    nah. not a big fan of nico. he'll be extremely lucky if he reaches the level of baracael

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    Nico Salva is too passive to make a big impact in the PBA. Leadership quality is only so-so, not a lot of intensity in his game. He does have skill, and can play both inside and outside, but ultimately that lack of inner drive will sort of hamper his career ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebron23 View Post
    Do you think Nico Salva will have a better PBA Career than JC Intal? What do you think is his ceiling?
    Kramer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by killmebusy View Post
    i doubt greg joins the draft this year, he'll surely be included in the gilas lineup along with kevin alas. oh and almazan isn't returning to letran anymore too? if that's so then the best 5 would look be (no parks yet) sangalang, almazan, salva, pascual, nuyles...team needs would have to be considered but if purely on talent that's the top 5.

    He can still join Gilas even if he gets drafted

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