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    Wow, it's been 10 years since SBP was created and 10 years since BAP, while still a lot of improvements are needed and admittedly still a number of negative things , I've got to say we've come far. Just happy to been involved for the last 5 years, here's too another good 5 years.

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    Despite it's flaws, you have to admit, at least the SBP managed to accomplish something.

    Compared to other sports orgs in the country (especially for volleyball...what a mess, as it's like SBP vs BAP all over again), the SBP is in good hands.

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    The Paranaque Jets should be elevated to god-status. That superteam were the savior of Philippine Basketball. They started the chain of events that lead to the demise of the chinese-triad led leadership of Philippine Basketball under the dark shadows of Graham Lim and Go Teng Kok.

    Without the Jets, the Men's NT will still be under the awesome tutelage of coach Johnny Tam(od) .

    Happy 1st Decade to the Philippine Basketball Renaissance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dotch View Post
    The Paranaque Jets should be elevated to god-status. That superteam were the savior of Philippine Basketball. They started the chain of events that lead to the demise of the chinese-triad led leadership of Philippine Basketball under the dark shadows of Graham Lim and Go Teng Kok.

    Without the Jets, the Men's NT will still be under the awesome tutelage of coach Johnny Tam(od) .

    Happy 1st Decade to the Philippine Basketball Renaissance.
    Lol Johnny Tam is one of the brightest young coaches we had, If bap still the basketball nsa, he might be the lead assistant from Chot to Tor0man, to Chot again to Tab to Chot again almost outlasting him in terms of being a stayput in our nt basketball program hehe

    But with the rise of Mighty Sports..who knows..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Would anyone know what our FIBA ranking was during the dark ages of the BAP, in particular, from 1999-2005? I'm curious to find out how far we've rebounded...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay P. Mercado View Post
    Would anyone know what our FIBA ranking was during the dark ages of the BAP, in particular, from 1999-2005? I'm curious to find out how far we've rebounded...
    credits to rikhardur..

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    FIBA rankings after the end of the WC:

    Team Rank Points
    1. USA 832.2
    2. ARG 720.0
    3. ESP 619.0
    4. YUG* 508.0
    5. LTU 460.0
    6. GRE 429.0
    7. ITA 418.0
    8. FRA 343.0
    9. GER 282.0
    10. AUS 279.0
    11. CHN 262.0
    12. NZL 228.0
    13. PUR 217.6
    14. ANG 206.0
    15. CAN 196.0
    16. TUR 194.0
    17. BRA 168.0
    18. RUS 162.0
    19. CRO 125.0
    20. SLO 121.0
    21. VEN 104.6
    22. NGR 100.8
    23. ISR 62.0
    24. LIB 57.1
    25. KOR 51.5
    26. QAT 45.2
    27. DOM 43.8
    28. JPN 39.2
    29. ALG 36.0
    30. PAN 34.6
    31. URU 34.4
    32. EGY 34.0
    33. LAT 33.0
    34. MEX 25.6
    35. SEN 20.8
    36. BIH 20.0
    37. IRI 18.1
    38. ISV 16.8
    39. UKR 14.0
    40. TPE 13.5
    41. KSA 12.3
    42. TUN 11.0
    43. SYR 10.8
    44. UZB 9.9
    44. KUW 9.9
    46. IND 8.7
    47. MAR 8.6
    48. CIV 7.8
    49. CAF 7.6
    50. CUB 7.2
    50. HKG 7.2
    52. CZE 7.0
    52. MAS 7.0
    52. MLI 7.0
    52. MOZ 7.0
    56. KAZ 6.3
    56. JOR 6.3
    58. RSA 6.2
    59. MKD 6.0
    59. BUL 6.0
    61. UAE 5.4
    62. EST 5.0
    62. HUN 5.0
    64. GUM 4.0
    65. PHI 3.6
    66. THA 3.3
    67. SWE 3.0
    67. POR 3.0
    69. BRN 2.1
    70. CPV 2.0
    70. GAB 2.0
    72. INA 1.5
    72. SIN 1.5
    74. MAD 1.4

    *Unlisted Countries are ranked 75th


    we ranked as low as 65..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay P. Mercado View Post
    Would anyone know what our FIBA ranking was during the dark ages of the BAP, in particular, from 1999-2005? I'm curious to find out how far we've rebounded...
    Rick's article- "Cut 10 years later, the Philippines is ranked 27th in the world from 65 back in 2007."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    credits to rikhardur..

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    FIBA rankings after the end of the WC:

    Team Rank Points
    1. USA 832.2
    2. ARG 720.0
    3. ESP 619.0
    4. YUG* 508.0
    5. LTU 460.0
    6. GRE 429.0
    7. ITA 418.0
    8. FRA 343.0
    9. GER 282.0
    10. AUS 279.0
    11. CHN 262.0
    12. NZL 228.0
    13. PUR 217.6
    14. ANG 206.0
    15. CAN 196.0
    16. TUR 194.0
    17. BRA 168.0
    18. RUS 162.0
    19. CRO 125.0
    20. SLO 121.0
    21. VEN 104.6
    22. NGR 100.8
    23. ISR 62.0
    24. LIB 57.1
    25. KOR 51.5
    26. QAT 45.2
    27. DOM 43.8
    28. JPN 39.2
    29. ALG 36.0
    30. PAN 34.6
    31. URU 34.4
    32. EGY 34.0
    33. LAT 33.0
    34. MEX 25.6
    35. SEN 20.8
    36. BIH 20.0
    37. IRI 18.1
    38. ISV 16.8
    39. UKR 14.0
    40. TPE 13.5
    41. KSA 12.3
    42. TUN 11.0
    43. SYR 10.8
    44. UZB 9.9
    44. KUW 9.9
    46. IND 8.7
    47. MAR 8.6
    48. CIV 7.8
    49. CAF 7.6
    50. CUB 7.2
    50. HKG 7.2
    52. CZE 7.0
    52. MAS 7.0
    52. MLI 7.0
    52. MOZ 7.0
    56. KAZ 6.3
    56. JOR 6.3
    58. RSA 6.2
    59. MKD 6.0
    59. BUL 6.0
    61. UAE 5.4
    62. EST 5.0
    62. HUN 5.0
    64. GUM 4.0
    65. PHI 3.6
    66. THA 3.3
    67. SWE 3.0
    67. POR 3.0
    69. BRN 2.1
    70. CPV 2.0
    70. GAB 2.0
    72. INA 1.5
    72. SIN 1.5
    74. MAD 1.4

    *Unlisted Countries are ranked 75th


    we ranked as low as 65..
    Thanks, SK.

    What year was this taken? It says that it was taken after the World Cup. Since the WC happens every 4 years, with the most recent one last 2014, then this ranking may have been last 2010. If I recall correctly, we had an even lower ranking back in the early 2000's. Anyone who has the rankings for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay P. Mercado View Post
    Thanks, SK.

    What year was this taken? It says that it was taken after the World Cup. Since the WC happens every 4 years, with the most recent one last 2014, then this ranking may have been last 2010. If I recall correctly, we had an even lower ranking back in the early 2000's. Anyone who has the rankings for this?
    around 2006..

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