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    Iran NT for 2016 William Jones Cup

    Rouzbeh Arghavan, Farid Aslani, Ali Allahverdi, Mohammad Ojaghi, Mohammad Torabi, Mohammad Hassanzadeh, Vahid Dalirzehan, Adnan Doraghi, Navid Rezaeifar, Amir Sedighi, Saleh Foroutan, Arsalan Kazemi, Sajjad Mashayekhi, Rasoul Mozaffari, Salar Monji, Meysam Rezaei, Behnam Yakhchali and Yousef Mohammadvand

    Coach: Dirk Bauermann
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    Quote Originally Posted by judasmartel View Post
    Did the Permanent Court of Arbitration decision regarding Spratlys affect the Philippines' status in the Jones Cup somehow?

    Silly Taiwan, denying the Philippines a slot in the WJC after the mainland lost the Spratlys case. They did that once before after a Philippine Coast Guard member shot a Taiwanese fisherman, plus it kinda gave the motivation for Taiwan NT to beat Gilas on Philippine soil in 2013.
    I don't think that decision played into this, if anything, Taiwan is worried about a loss of face by the team having too many imports and making the young the Taiwanese National team look like fools.

    This years' Jones cup looks like a down year, I've heard nothing about it and seen no advertisements at all.
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    so its official? Philippines is out? a phil website 2 days ago had an article of shaping up the team for the Jones Cup...

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    Japan will send a fourteen man team for the Jones Cup.

    Yuki Togashi
    Yuki Mitsuhara
    Ryusei Shinoyama
    Kengo Nomoto
    Takanobu Nishikawa
    Kosuke Hashimoto
    Yuma Fuji
    Naoya Kumagae
    Yusuke Karino
    Endo Yusuke
    Ryuichi Kishimoto
    Yuya Nagayoshi
    Shigehiro Taguchi
    Tenketsu Harimoto

    Honestly, Japan could have sent a stronger team without tapping any of the OQT players. They should have sent bigs Zack Baransky and kid project Taiga Watanabe to add to height. Seiya Ando, Masaya Karimata, Tatsuya Suzuki could have added more guard depth. Yuma Fuji has been a disappointing product.
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    Someone from Taiwan,

    Is mighty sports in or out, as we are growing tired of Mighty Sports PR brigade here in the Philippines
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    http://sports.ltn.com.tw/news/breakingnews/1763306

    So the Mighty Sports is not really joining this Year's WJC?

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    Guys, easy lang. Kasali Mighty Sports.
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    So, The Canadian 3D Global Sports team is not participating ...am I right ?

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    Chinese Taipei (ROC-A) NT

    Tien Lei
    Chou Yi-Hsiang
    Lee Wei-Che
    Liu Cheng
    Yang Chin-Min
    Chou Po-Chen
    Chen Ying-Chun
    Hu Long-Mao
    Chang Tsung-Hsien
    Chian Yu-An
    Chou Po-Hsun
    Douglas Creighton
    Lu Chi-Min
    Wu Hung-Hsing
    Hu Kai-Hsiang
    Peng Chun-Yen
    Quincy Davis
    Lee Te-Wei

    Quincy Davis was signed to a 1 year deal this summer that ends after FIBA Asia Challenge. Too bad that Yu Huan-Ya will miss the tournament due to a hand fracture. Yu would have easily started at PG.
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    Looks like Mighty Sports is in, I'm not sure where this 3D sports rumor came from.....

    So long as it isn't that shittastic USA team they've invited the last few years I am happy.

    Also, tickets seem impossible to purchase this year. Went to a 7/11 and the tickets are unavailable! Very annoying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by locdogjr View Post
    Looks like Mighty Sports is in, I'm not sure where this 3D sports rumor came from.....

    So long as it isn't that shittastic USA team they've invited the last few years I am happy.

    Also, tickets seem impossible to purchase this year. Went to a 7/11 and the tickets are unavailable! Very annoying.
    Canada team is agreat alternative, just in case Mighty wouldn't come..

    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post

    Tien Lei
    Chou Yi-Hsiang
    Lee Wei-Che
    Liu Cheng
    Yang Chin-Min
    Chou Po-Chen
    Chen Ying-Chun
    Hu Long-Mao
    Chang Tsung-Hsien
    Chian Yu-An
    Chou Po-Hsun
    Douglas Creighton
    Lu Chi-Min
    Wu Hung-Hsing
    Hu Kai-Hsiang
    Peng Chun-Yen
    Quincy Davis
    Lee Te-Wei
    Good that this guys are promoted, they can be very serviceable to the team for at least 5 years, and I shortsellinga s guys like Yang Chih Min is still the nt for the almost 15 years already hahahaha

    The talent in the wing position is super stacked, I see many young bigs in Taiwan to make tien lei retire.. the guard play is a lot to be deire imo..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Popular Ginebra import Vernon Macklin is back in town, but for a different mission
    From: Snow Badua July 18, 2016, 03:41 pm

    FORMER Ginebra import Vernon Macklin quietly slipped into town last Saturday, but he's not making a PBA comeback.

    At least, not in the immediate future.

    Instead, the high-flying former Florida Gators standout has been tapped to reinforce Philippine representitive Mighty Sports in the Jones Cup tournament in Chinese-Taipei which gets going this weekend.

    “We are happy to have made him sign and play for us. Macklin is a legend among diehard PBA fans, especially those of Ginebra,” said Jean Alabanza, team manager of Mighty Sports, in confirming Macklin's signing.

    Alabanza bared that since they are having a hard time in forming a Philippine team, Mighty Sports was forced to recruit seven reinforcements to beef up a local lineup made up of former PBA cagers Sunday Salvacion, Larry Rordiguez and TY Tang, Rain or Shine reserve Jeric Teng, amateur standout Edric Ferrer and Fil-foreign ABL star Jason Brickman.

    Mighty initially wanted Kiefer Ravena and Kevin Ferrer, but sources said the two did not get clearance from the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP), which is grooming the former college stars to spearhead the new Gilas cadets team.

    Joining Macklin in the seven-import squad are former Barako Bull reinforcement Michael Singletary, Zach Graham (Air 21), KBL mainstay Dewarick Spencer, Senegalese star Hamadi N’Diaye, former NLEX import Al Thornton and Turkish league veteran Troy Gillenwater.

    Well-known import agent Sheryl Reyes was one of the architects of the Mighty Sports team by bringing in Thornton, N’Diaye and Macklin.

    Alabanza hopes that they will perform well in the Jones Cup, one of the longest-running and most prestigious tournaments in Asia which the Philippines has won four times, the last in 2012 with a Gilas Pilipinas team led by eventual tournament MVP LA Tenorio.

    http://www.spin.ph/basketball/news/v...up-2016-import

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakamoto View Post
    Popular Ginebra import Vernon Macklin is back in town, but for a different mission
    From: Snow Badua July 18, 2016, 03:41 pm

    FORMER Ginebra import Vernon Macklin quietly slipped into town last Saturday, but he's not making a PBA comeback.

    At least, not in the immediate future.

    Instead, the high-flying former Florida Gators standout has been tapped to reinforce Philippine representitive Mighty Sports in the Jones Cup tournament in Chinese-Taipei which gets going this weekend.

    “We are happy to have made him sign and play for us. Macklin is a legend among diehard PBA fans, especially those of Ginebra,” said Jean Alabanza, team manager of Mighty Sports, in confirming Macklin's signing.

    Alabanza bared that since they are having a hard time in forming a Philippine team, Mighty Sports was forced to recruit seven reinforcements to beef up a local lineup made up of former PBA cagers Sunday Salvacion, Larry Rordiguez and TY Tang, Rain or Shine reserve Jeric Teng, amateur standout Edric Ferrer and Fil-foreign ABL star Jason Brickman.

    Mighty initially wanted Kiefer Ravena and Kevin Ferrer, but sources said the two did not get clearance from the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP), which is grooming the former college stars to spearhead the new Gilas cadets team.

    Joining Macklin in the seven-import squad are former Barako Bull reinforcement Michael Singletary, Zach Graham (Air 21), KBL mainstay Dewarick Spencer, Senegalese star Hamadi N’Diaye, former NLEX import Al Thornton and Turkish league veteran Troy Gillenwater.

    Well-known import agent Sheryl Reyes was one of the architects of the Mighty Sports team by bringing in Thornton, N’Diaye and Macklin.

    Alabanza hopes that they will perform well in the Jones Cup, one of the longest-running and most prestigious tournaments in Asia which the Philippines has won four times, the last in 2012 with a Gilas Pilipinas team led by eventual tournament MVP LA Tenorio.

    http://www.spin.ph/basketball/news/v...up-2016-import

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    And again if Bo Perasol somehow failed to deliver this team to mabait na ako a good position to contend to Ira.. inay ko po..
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    Chinese Taipei (ROC-B) Blue Team

    Chen Ying-Chun
    Yu Huan-Ya
    Chuan Chi
    Chonghua Lan
    Su Yichin
    Kuo Huayi
    Chie Tsong-Rong
    Li Tui
    Chian Chaoyi
    Yang Hsingchi
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    Chinese Taipei (ROC-A) NT

    Tien Lei
    Chou Yi-Hsiang
    Lee Wei-Che
    Liu Cheng
    Yang Chin-Min
    Chou Po-Chen
    Chen Ying-Chun
    Hu Long-Mao
    Chang Tsung-Hsien
    Chian Yu-An
    Chou Po-Hsun
    Douglas Creighton
    Lu Chi-Min
    Wu Hung-Hsing
    Hu Kai-Hsiang
    Peng Chun-Yen
    Quincy Davis
    Lee Te-Wei
    Yay! Jet Chang made it to Taiwan A again!
    At last, the New Jedi Order has returned!
    They shall liberate Philippine basketball
    from the clutches of the Evil Empire
    and carry on the dream of reaching the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judasmartel View Post
    Yay! Jet Chang made it to Taiwan A again!
    The Jet needs to take over after Lin retired, he'll be their main gunner at SG I imagine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakamoto View Post
    Popular Ginebra import Vernon Macklin is back in town, but for a different mission
    From: Snow Badua July 18, 2016, 03:41 pm

    FORMER Ginebra import Vernon Macklin quietly slipped into town last Saturday, but he's not making a PBA comeback.

    At least, not in the immediate future.

    Instead, the high-flying former Florida Gators standout has been tapped to reinforce Philippine representitive Mighty Sports in the Jones Cup tournament in Chinese-Taipei which gets going this weekend.

    “We are happy to have made him sign and play for us. Macklin is a legend among diehard PBA fans, especially those of Ginebra,” said Jean Alabanza, team manager of Mighty Sports, in confirming Macklin's signing.

    Alabanza bared that since they are having a hard time in forming a Philippine team, Mighty Sports was forced to recruit seven reinforcements to beef up a local lineup made up of former PBA cagers Sunday Salvacion, Larry Rordiguez and TY Tang, Rain or Shine reserve Jeric Teng, amateur standout Edric Ferrer and Fil-foreign ABL star Jason Brickman.

    Mighty initially wanted Kiefer Ravena and Kevin Ferrer, but sources said the two did not get clearance from the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP), which is grooming the former college stars to spearhead the new Gilas cadets team.

    Joining Macklin in the seven-import squad are former Barako Bull reinforcement Michael Singletary, Zach Graham (Air 21), KBL mainstay Dewarick Spencer, Senegalese star Hamadi N’Diaye, former NLEX import Al Thornton and Turkish league veteran Troy Gillenwater.

    Well-known import agent Sheryl Reyes was one of the architects of the Mighty Sports team by bringing in Thornton, N’Diaye and Macklin.

    Alabanza hopes that they will perform well in the Jones Cup, one of the longest-running and most prestigious tournaments in Asia which the Philippines has won four times, the last in 2012 with a Gilas Pilipinas team led by eventual tournament MVP LA Tenorio.

    http://www.spin.ph/basketball/news/v...up-2016-import

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    MIGHTY SPORTS INTERNATIONAL! Sa pitong import nlng ata ang rotation Buti may cnama pang pinoy din pra may kausap c teng sa bench PAG DI PA TO NANALO HA! JUSKO!

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    I there a coverage?
    Philippines ?
    Taiwan ?

    what channel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamBianca1291 View Post
    MIGHTY SPORTS INTERNATIONAL! Sa pitong import nlng ata ang rotation Buti may cnama pang pinoy din pra may kausap c teng sa bench PAG DI PA TO NANALO HA! JUSKO!
    Bo Perasol is their coach .. I am not sure the motivation level of the imports as all 7 of them are applying for jobs for the next season in the asian and other leagues leagues thru this tournament..

    At least Torman understudy Charles Tiu is one of his assts. but how much

    Its a pride thing for mighty and business, they will be jackpot if all 7 of them got a job internationally and in the pba

    The burn is scattered as I think 5 imports would play first so that they got ample pt and not burning them out by playing them for 8 straight days..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Iran 13 man roster for Jones Cup

    Sajjad Mashayekhi
    Farid Aslani
    Mohammad Yousefvand
    Mohammad Torabi
    Behnam Yakhchali
    Rasoul Mozaffari
    Meisam Mirzaei
    Mohammad Shahrian
    Salar Monji
    Mohammad Ojaghi
    Rouzbeh Arghavan
    Adnan Doraghi
    Vahid Dalirzahan

    Coach: Mehran Shahintab

    * Bauermann will stay in Iran for the Asian Junior Championship

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