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    Default Asean Basketball League Season 4(2013)

    Hey guys,

    let us discuss ABL's new season. it will start january next year.

    Indonesia Warriors will have virtually an intact lineup.
    KL Dragons will beef up having Moala Tautua and the reliable Cabahug
    SMB's lineup will be beefed up also.
    Saigon will have Jai Reyes

    no updates yet for Slammers and Cobras since i think most of their players are still playing in the local league in thailand. im not sure. i think it just got concluded.
    while there is no news yet for the Brunei Barracudas.

    personally, i can't wait for Asi Taulava and Kwan Yoon Jing's reunion.lols.
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    no more Philippine Patriots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ticket View Post
    no more Philippine Patriots?
    oh sorry.i completely forgot.haha.

    there hasn't been a lot of movements from that team lately. i wonder if mikey will have an active role with that team.

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    What were the results of these games?

    CEBUANOS will be treated to another high-quality basketball action when the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Niņos play the San Miguel Beermen of the Asian Basketball League (ABL) in two exhibition games next week at the Cebu Coliseum.

    The two tune-up games will be held on Oct. 26 and 27. Preliminary games will feature the Southwestern University Cobras, the newly 2012 Cesafi champions, and the University of San Jose-Recoletos Jaguars.

    The Beermen, who are raring to bounce back from a championship loss to the Indonesia Warriors this year, are already busy assembling a team for the upcoming 2013 season of the ABL.

    The brand new season will start on January.

    The Bobby Parks Sr.-coached Beermen are composed mainly of former PBA players led by Asi Taulava, Erik Menk, Leo Avenido, Chris Luanzon, Rob Labagala, Paulo Hubalde, JR Cawaling, RJ Rizada, Val Acuņa, and Hans Thiele. The team is reinforced by two imports in former PBA best import awardee Gabe Freeman and Brian Williams.

    Ticket prices for the upcoming exhibitions are pegged at P30 (general admission), P100 (upper box), P150 (lower box), P200 (stage, reserved seats) and P250 (coutside). /EDITORIAL ASSISTANT CALVIN D. CORDOVA and correspondent Jonas Panerio

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    What were the results of these games?

    CEBUANOS will be treated to another high-quality basketball action when the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala Niņos play the San Miguel Beermen of the Asian Basketball League (ABL) in two exhibition games next week at the Cebu Coliseum.

    The two tune-up games will be held on Oct. 26 and 27. Preliminary games will feature the Southwestern University Cobras, the newly 2012 Cesafi champions, and the University of San Jose-Recoletos Jaguars.

    The Beermen, who are raring to bounce back from a championship loss to the Indonesia Warriors this year, are already busy assembling a team for the upcoming 2013 season of the ABL.

    The brand new season will start on January.

    The Bobby Parks Sr.-coached Beermen are composed mainly of former PBA players led by Asi Taulava, Erik Menk, Leo Avenido, Chris Luanzon, Rob Labagala, Paulo Hubalde, JR Cawaling, RJ Rizada, Val Acuņa, and Hans Thiele. The team is reinforced by two imports in former PBA best import awardee Gabe Freeman and Brian Williams.

    Ticket prices for the upcoming exhibitions are pegged at P30 (general admission), P100 (upper box), P150 (lower box), P200 (stage, reserved seats) and P250 (coutside). /EDITORIAL ASSISTANT CALVIN D. CORDOVA and correspondent Jonas Panerio
    So who won?

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    Satria Muda BritAma ‏@SMBritAma

    [Try Out @ Filipina] Skor akhir : Satria Muda BritAma 65 - 91 Boracay Rum Waves

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    Noli Eala ‏@NoliEala Just got wonderful @ABLnews - Phl Patriots will return for the coming season. Cast complete. 4th season just got stronger n more exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ticket View Post
    Noli Eala ‏@NoliEala Just got wonderful @ABLnews - Phl Patriots will return for the coming season. Cast complete. 4th season just got stronger n more exciting.
    Will Tony Boy back the team to his lonesome?
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Where is Chris Banchero now..will he continue to play with SMB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dominique View Post
    Where is Chris Banchero now..will he continue to play with SMB?
    yes he is...

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    Julius Pasculado now playing for Westsports KL Dragons for MBL. im not quite sure if he'll be included in the ABL lineup.

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    its confirmed. Philippine Patriots and Bangkok Cobras are not joining this years edition of ABL.

    teams for this season are the following

    SMB Beermen
    Indonesia Warriors
    KL Dragons
    Saigon Heat
    Thailand Slammers
    Singapore Slingers

    SMB vs IW on January 11, 2013.. a rematch from last season's finals.

    Indonesia has virtually the same lineup while SMB basically revamped.

    IW has delegated Gunawan to its IBL team and will be replaced by Sitepu a 6'8 shooter.

    IW acquired the services of Jeric Canada of adamson, he was quite popular in indonesia. they have also signed Steve Thomas. both will arrive by the end of this month in indonesia and will start training camp next month.

    im not quite sure if their going to replace Salansang as Sitepu can virtually take his spot as a tall shooter of the team, they might get another filipino to replace salansang but with a different skillset or they might call up a player from its IBL team. while for their second import their still negotiating with Evan Brock. im not sure if the deal has been pushed thru. as far as i know he's playing in other country.

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    Sad that the Patriots won't be playing this season and perhaps beyond. At the same time, this will be the perfect opportunity for MVP to look at the possibility of having a team in the ABL.

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    28 Sep ABL ABL ‏@ABLnews
    Final Score: Guangsha Lions 66-59 Slingers. Kyle Jeffers 22 points and 15 rebounds. Jun Cabatu 10 pts.

    10 Dec Singapore Slingers Singapore Slingers ‏@SGSlingers
    GlobalPort Batang Pier shoot lights out against Slingers 88-80. Kyle Jeffers had 23 pts and Don Dulay added 13 pts.

    Reports say Singapore Slingers played with 2 imports, although I'm not sure if this means Jeffers and Dulay. Global Port played with 8 guys: Ex Patriots Raymundo (who got injured in the 3rd and did not continue), Ex Cobras Marvin Cruz, Ex Dragons Rudy Lingganay, Ex PBA MVP Miller, Ex Smart Gilas pool Guevarra, PBA Rookie Mandani, reserve player (but multiple ASIAN All-star during the 90s and former rival of Taulava) Adducul and Assistant Coach CHARLES TIU (brother of Smart Gilas star and SEA games gold medalist Chris Tiu). For some reason David and the other regulars did not play (even Vergara did not play, plus you would think they could have used Rabeh if only to maximize his huge salary) -forcing Assistant Coach Charles Tiu to play, getting 7 points plus some steals. Some say he played varsity in high school, but Charles Tiu is more known for being an assistant coach. I don't know what happened with the Slingers, as other than the injured Raymundo (6'5), and the 36 year old Adducul (6'6), the next tallest guy that played is Guevarra (6'2 at the most), the rest are below 6 feet or thereabouts. Boracay Waves should be ready as they might be on the receiving end of a pissed-off Kyle Jeffers and company.
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    Singapore Slingers win over Boracay Rum Waves 79-72. @rebound24 Rashad Jones-Jennings with 30 pts & 19 rebs. Jun Jun Cabatu @juncabatu w/ 16 pts, 3 rebs, 4 assts, 3 stls. Don Dulay w/ 17 pts & 10 assts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    28 Sep ABL ABL ‏@ABLnews
    Final Score: Guangsha Lions 66-59 Slingers. Kyle Jeffers 22 points and 15 rebounds. Jun Cabatu 10 pts.

    10 Dec Singapore Slingers Singapore Slingers ‏@SGSlingers
    GlobalPort Batang Pier shoot lights out against Slingers 88-80. Kyle Jeffers had 23 pts and Don Dulay added 13 pts.



    8m Singapore Slingers ‏@SGSlingers
    Singapore Slingers win over Boracay Rum Waves 79-72. @rebound24 Rashad Jones-Jennings with 30 pts & 19 rebs. Jun Jun Cabatu @juncabatu w/ 16 pts, 3 rebs, 4 assts, 3 stls. Don Dulay w/ 17 pts & 10 assts.
    That must be an embarrassingly confidence buster. Charles Tiu beating your supposedly pro team.
    If there is no basketball in heaven, i am NOT going.

    SMALLBALL, bitches..

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    Indonesia Warriors just added Chris Daniels as their second non-asean import. together with Steve Thomas they'll be a force to reckon with.
    as expected, i didn't see Salansang's name on the Warriors Lineup on its tuneup games with Satria Muda BritAma. they only have Jerick Canada for their asean import. he's quite popular in indonesia actually. probably the Indo Warriors will keep the second asean import open until the opening of ABL and see if they'll need one.


    also the Malaysia Dragons which is now sponsored by Budweiser by the way, is having two new quality imports. this is gonna be a great season for ABL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by durden_tyler View Post
    That must be an embarrassingly confidence buster. Charles Tiu beating your supposedly pro team.
    Haha yeah. A team who's tallest player is 6'2 beat a team with a US import. LOL!

    Kyle Jeffers has been playing for the Slingers since forever, why won't SG naturalize him? He might have a house in Singapore already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by durden_tyler View Post
    That must be an embarrassingly confidence buster. Charles Tiu beating your supposedly pro team.
    with import.

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    Quote Originally Posted by durden_tyler View Post
    That must be an embarrassingly confidence buster. Charles Tiu beating your supposedly pro team.
    well the team singapore has now isn't that really competitive. with kyle jeffers they could be the same level as an NCAA(PH) team. heck even san beda can beat them. i do hope they replace their non asean imports with more quality. i don't understand why they dont get good quality imports. they have the money. they're not spending it wisely. well see once the final lineup is announced though. cards out for Indonesia Warriors, Malaysia Dragons and San Miguel Beermen. We'll soon hear from the camps of Singapore Slingers, Saigon Heat and Thailand Slammers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    well the team singapore has now isn't that really competitive. with kyle jeffers they could be the same level as an NCAA(PH) team. heck even san beda can beat them. i do hope they replace their non asean imports with more quality. i don't understand why they dont get good quality imports. they have the money. they're not spending it wisely. well see once the final lineup is announced though. cards out for Indonesia Warriors, Malaysia Dragons and San Miguel Beermen. We'll soon hear from the camps of Singapore Slingers, Saigon Heat and Thailand Slammers.
    Charles. Tiu.
    If there is no basketball in heaven, i am NOT going.

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