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    SEASON THREE ROSTERS RELEASED
    - Jan 14, 2012 (by Peedu Goldenbeck)

    2011-2012 ABL season teams

    Chang Thailand Slammers
    Attaporn Lertmalaiporn (55)
    Bandit Lakhan (12)
    Darongpan Apiromvilachai (69)
    Jonathan Aldave (16)
    Kannawat Lertlaaokul (7)
    Kenneth Walker (8)
    Mana Jantuma (27)
    Montien Wongsawangtum (10)
    Piyapong Piroon (13)
    Ramsey Williams (35)
    Reuben Thomas Lane (73)
    Sopon Pinitpatcharalert (9)
    Sukhdavb Ghogar (50)
    Supachai Sangthong (15)
    Teerayut Tintai (14)
    Wattana Suttisin (1)

    AirAsia Philippines Patriots
    Al Vergara (19)
    Angelus Raymundo (33)
    Anthony Gene Johnson (23) - (import)
    Ardy Larong (45)
    Arellano Marcelino II (18)
    Eddie Laure (11)
    Frederick Rodriguez (31)
    John Aldrech Ramos (17)
    Jonathan Fernandez (8)
    Nakiea Jovon Miller (4) - import
    Reed Friar Juntilla (38)
    Robert Wainwright (5)
    Warren Ybanez (3)

    Westports Malaysia Dragons (former KL)
    Bik Ing Lau (5)
    Brian Michael Williams (33) - import (U of Tennessee)
    Guganeswaran Batumalai (0)
    John Yeo Seng Ng (11)
    Li Wei Chee (37)
    Nicholas Marcelo Belasco (3)
    Pacana Ernani Christopher III (22)
    Patrick Jan Cabahug (34)
    Satyaseelan Kuppusamy (99)
    Shee Fai Loh (20)
    Tian Yuan Kuek (10)
    Tiras Jamaal Wade (1) - import
    Wei Hong Choo (18)
    Yoong Jing Kwaan (17)

    Singapore Slingers

    Chin Hong Tan (1)
    Donald Dulay (19)
    Donald Little (14) - import
    Glenn Bolocon (10)
    Han Bin Ng (26)
    Kian Huat Steven Khoo (13)
    Kok Chiang Delvin Goh (23)
    Louis Graham (24)- import
    Pathman Matialakan (15)
    Sheng Yu Lim (12)
    Wei Jie Desmond Oh (2)
    Wei Long Wong (5)

    Indonesia Warriors (former Satria Muda, which still exists for Indonesia NBL)
    ADIYANTO ACHMAD (11)
    AMIN PRIHANTONO (17)
    CHARLIE FANNY INDRA (16)
    COKORDA RAKA SATRYA (4)
    DONNY RISTANTO (27)
    Firdaus Julius (5)
    HAROLD NILO (12)
    JERICK UY (3)
    JONATHAN SMITH (1) - import (Panteras of Mexico LNBP)
    MARIO WUYSANG (2)
    RICKY RICAFUENTE (19)
    RONY GUNAWAN (32)
    THOMAS STEVEN DEMON (6) - import
    Reggie Warren was there but not sure about him...they already cut one guy...

    San Miguel Beermen

    Cabatu Santiago Jr. (25)
    Christian Luanzon (3)
    Dalron Lamar Johnson (6) - import (UNLV)
    Fernandez Benedict III (7)
    Froilan Baguion (17)
    June Mar Fajardo (15)
    Kelvin Charles De La Pena (12)
    Leonidez Avenido (18)
    Marlon Basco (10)
    Neil Raneses (11)
    Richard Uldrin Jeter (1) - import
    Ryan Joseph Rizada (23)

    Saigon Heat

    Dung Hoang (0)
    Dung Nguyen (0)
    Duong Nguyen (0)
    John Smith (0)
    Jonathan Jones (16)
    Julius Hodge
    Minh Trieu (0)
    Son Ly (0)
    Sophoeun Oeun (0)
    Tung Doan (0)
    Tung Pham (0)

    Bangkok Cobras
    no roster yet, but I have been told that Chris Kuete is one import
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    Philippine Patriots open ASEAN League campaign with win - Jan 14, 2012 (by Eurobasket News)

    Philippine Patriots - Bangkok Patriots 86:58

    Philippine Patriots clinched the opening win at ASEAN League season. They fired past Bangkok Patriots at home court in the opener. Nakiea Miller (204-C-79, college: Iona) stepped up with 24 points and 18 rebounds to pace the winners.
    The Patriots secured a 22:18 lead after intensive first ten minutes in the game. The hosts took over in the second period. They limited the league debutants to only 5 points in the quarter building a massive 51:23 halftime lead. The Bangkok Cobras cut the deficit to 16 points in the third term but the Patriots never allowed their opponents any closer racing to the victory at the end. Anthony Johnson (197-G/F-79, agency: Interperformances, college: La-Lafayette) added 17 points for the winners. Bruce Brown (213-C-83, college: Hampton) answered with 11 points for the Cobras. Marvin Cruz (173-G-84), Darongpan Apiromvilaichai (185-G-85) and Gentry Lewis (206-F/C-81, college: Philander Smith) had 9 points apiece in defeat.

    Philippine Patriots: Nakiea Miller 24+18 boards, Anthony Johnson 17, Warren Ibanez (180-G-71) 9
    Bangkok Cobras: Bruce Brown 11, Marvin Cruz 9
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    No Chris Banchero and Ken Bono for SMB?

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    schedule of games? thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    No Chris Banchero and Ken Bono for SMB?
    Mikhail Blacer @mikhailblaze 11 Jan
    @NoliEala sir noli, is Chris Banchero still with the ABL San Miguel team? I didn't see his name in the roster on the ABL website....

    Noli Eala @NoliEala
    @mikhailblaze Yes Chris is in our 16 man lineup. He's just nursing a slight injury.
    11:05 PM - 11 Jan 12 via Twitter for iPad
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    schedule of games? thanks.
    http://www.sportingpulse.com/comp_in...6050-0&pool=-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    schedule of games? thanks.

    http://www.aseanbasketballleague.com/schedule/show/0/0
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    New season, same old ABL: pass the ball to your imports and let them take 80% of the attempts. LOL.

    They should really limit the number of non-Asean import to just 1.

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    Critical turnover by Junemar in the dying minutes of the game. He cost the Beermen their 1st game.

    Nic Belasco with 2 clutch baskets, 1 in the 4th, 1 in OT.

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    http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches.../1723CQxsHiJ6/

    KL Dragons and SMB on right now.

    79 - 75 OT

    SMB imports have been playing subpar in contrast of the terrific performance of their counterparts.
    stat wise, Fajardo looks to be playing well. on the other hand Chris Pacana is playing well for the Dragons.

    EDIT:
    This ones in the bag, 81 - 77 Dragons with 19 secs to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Critical turnover by Junemar in the dying minutes of the game. He cost the Beermen their 1st game.

    Nic Belasco with 2 clutch baskets, 1 in the 4th, 1 in OT.
    Well, there are other chances to win the game... and Junmar was not the one who wasted all of them. Other SMB players also cost the game for their team.

    Junmar played well ...8 pts (4 for 5 Fg), 7 rbs and 2 blocks.... not bad at all!

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    Nice to see Chester Tolomia back in action. Jojo Tangkay and Noy Javier should also join the ABL.

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    maybe we can consolidate all pinoy abl threads into one thread? hihihi
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    Noy Javier tried out for San Miguel Beermen and Indonesia Warriors but had not gotten a contract offer.
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    AirAsia Philippine Patriots def. Indonesia Warriors 86 - 73

    Aldreach Ramos - DNP

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    Slingers 24 smb 14

    Poor coaching...

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    One on one plays, no ball movement. Players are frustrated and even complains to parks.

    35 - 22

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    What did the Pinoy imports eat today? Don Dulay, Chester Tolomia, Marvin Cruz, Jeric Canada. All these guys are on fire on the same night.

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    Philippine Patriots beat Saigon Heat

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    Quote Originally Posted by nashill View Post
    Slingers 24 smb 14

    Poor coaching...
    Bobby is distracted as the dear Girl Friend of his son Ray Parks, Ms Maan Panganiban who is a TV5 Sports News Corespondent, a former UAAP Courtside Reporter, and a former UP Varsity Volleyball Player suddenly died yesterday during an emergency surgery. Maan was fighting lymphoma, a cancer of the white blood cells that targets the immune system.

    Her remains lie in state at the El Capitan Memorial Chapel, 22 C Bautista St., Concepcion, Marikina City and will be heading tomorrow to the UP Chapel. She is a graduate of BA Public Administration Class of 2009 from UP Diliman.


    Our deepest condolences. May her soul rest in peace.

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    http://rodmagaru.com/2012/01/30/maan...s-lymphoma-25/
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