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    i always see terry saldana playing every sunday morning in metro court pioneer. i think they have a sunday basketball club of some sort.. playing regularly there.

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    Default Eugene Tejada

    Hows Eugene Tejada doing.....no news after going to the states for his therapy........anybody knows whats his status...is he able to walk already?

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    what about them? where are they now? are they successful after they playing years were over or they failed?

    brian and brandon sison
    rommel santos
    pongky alolor
    teroy albarillo
    dondon ampalayo
    danny aying
    marlon basco
    cris bolado
    estong ballesteros
    banjo calpito
    dennis carbonilla
    merwin castelo
    benny cheng
    harmon and pat codinera
    bal david
    macky dejoya
    yves dignadice
    rudy enterina
    noynoy falcasantos
    jayvee gayoso
    willie generalao
    dante gonzalgo
    vince hizon
    paolo hubalde
    bobby jose
    dwight and elmer lago
    joey and chito loyzaga
    noli locsin
    ronald magtulis
    jonas mariano
    jun marzan
    edward and peter naron
    wilmer ong
    milke orquillas
    bennet palad
    gerry pinggoy
    bong solomon
    kim valenzuela
    manny victorino
    larry villanil
    james walkvist
    steve watson
    noli banate
    ricky relosa
    marte saldana
    naning valenciano
    padim israel
    artemio marquez
    onchie dela cruz
    jb yango
    nelson asaytono
    edmund reyes
    bong ravena
    ritchie ticzon
    jessie cabanayan
    bernie fabiosa
    frechie ang
    boboy tanigue
    lowell briones
    alvin teng
    julian rabbi tomacruz
    orly torente
    onnie padilla
    gerry esplana
    gerard francisco
    chris jackson
    abet jao
    chris tan
    eugene quilban
    gilbert reyes
    mark cuan
    allen patrimonio
    dino aldeguer
    marlon piodo
    mon legaspi
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

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    Somebody told me that before that Bal David is now into a computer business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    what about them? where are they now? are they successful after they playing years were over or they failed?

    brian and brandon sison
    rommel santos
    pongky alolor
    teroy albarillo
    dondon ampalayo
    danny aying
    marlon basco
    cris bolado
    estong ballesteros
    banjo calpito
    dennis carbonilla
    merwin castelo
    benny cheng
    harmon and pat codinera
    bal david
    macky dejoya
    yves dignadice
    rudy enterina
    noynoy falcasantos
    jayvee gayoso
    willie generalao
    dante gonzalgo
    vince hizon
    paolo hubalde
    bobby jose
    dwight and elmer lago
    joey and chito loyzaga
    noli locsin
    ronald magtulis
    jonas mariano
    jun marzan
    edward and peter naron
    wilmer ong
    milke orquillas
    bennet palad
    gerry pinggoy
    bong solomon
    kim valenzuela
    manny victorino
    larry villanil
    james walkvist
    steve watson
    noli banate
    ricky relosa
    marte saldana
    naning valenciano
    padim israel
    artemio marquez
    onchie dela cruz
    jb yango
    nelson asaytono
    edmund reyes
    bong ravena
    ritchie ticzon
    jessie cabanayan
    bernie fabiosa
    frechie ang
    boboy tanigue
    lowell briones
    alvin teng
    julian rabbi tomacruz
    orly torente
    onnie padilla
    gerry esplana
    gerard francisco
    chris jackson
    abet jao
    chris tan
    eugene quilban
    gilbert reyes
    mark cuan
    allen patrimonio
    dino aldeguer
    marlon piodo
    mon legaspi
    Some of the players you mentioned are listed in the previous pages. Please read them.

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    I think Estong Ballesteros is returning to PBA...
    SMART GILAS: all the way

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    Chris Tan is now into TV and events production. I saw him on a morning show yesterday and he said he directed Ogie Alcasid's latest concert.
    Believe!



    Emman Monfort says you may kiss his PBA draftee's ass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostrider
    Some of the players you mentioned are listed in the previous pages. Please read them.
    but what about the others who were not mentioned in the previous posts? attention Mr. Anthony Servinio or Quinito Henson if you can help us. The other guys wanted to know.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

    Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton - 1st Filipino Female Boxer Double Word Champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    but what about the others who were not mentioned in the previous posts? attention Mr. Anthony Servinio or Quinito Henson if you can help us. The other guys wanted to know.
    dami naman... i guess your giving Mr. Anthony Servinio a hard time researching make it pa-1 isa only

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3lowzro
    dami naman... i guess your giving Mr. Anthony Servinio a hard time researching make it pa-1 isa only
    yeah, my apologies but it's more annoying if i ask it 1 by 1. perhaps that's the reason it took awhile for mr. servinio to reply but at least he can make his responses by batch. that is acceptable though.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    what about them? where are they now? are they successful after they playing years were over or they failed?

    brian and brandon sison
    rommel santos
    pongky alolor
    teroy albarillo
    dondon ampalayo
    danny aying
    marlon basco
    cris bolado
    estong ballesteros
    banjo calpito
    dennis carbonilla
    merwin castelo
    benny cheng
    harmon and pat codinera
    bal david
    macky dejoya
    yves dignadice
    rudy enterina
    noynoy falcasantos
    jayvee gayoso
    willie generalao
    dante gonzalgo
    vince hizon
    paolo hubalde
    bobby jose
    dwight and elmer lago
    joey and chito loyzaga
    noli locsin
    ronald magtulis
    jonas mariano
    jun marzan
    edward and peter naron
    wilmer ong
    milke orquillas
    bennet palad
    gerry pinggoy
    bong solomon
    kim valenzuela
    manny victorino
    larry villanil
    james walkvist
    steve watson
    noli banate
    ricky relosa
    marte saldana
    naning valenciano
    padim israel
    artemio marquez
    onchie dela cruz
    jb yango
    nelson asaytono
    edmund reyes
    bong ravena
    ritchie ticzon
    jessie cabanayan
    bernie fabiosa
    frechie ang
    boboy tanigue
    lowell briones
    alvin teng
    julian rabbi tomacruz
    orly torente
    onnie padilla
    gerry esplana
    gerard francisco
    chris jackson
    abet jao
    chris tan
    eugene quilban
    gilbert reyes
    mark cuan
    allen patrimonio
    dino aldeguer
    marlon piodo
    mon legaspi
    dondon ampalayo is happy settled in cebu....dino aldeguer is helping his brother in la salle zobel coaching job

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveMap2007
    dondon ampalayo is happy settled in cebu....dino aldeguer is helping his brother in la salle zobel coaching job
    i thought ampalayo is in the US. did somebody mentioned that in the previous post?
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

    Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton - 1st Filipino Female Boxer Double Word Champion.

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    LOL..yesterday i watched the PBA- Top 10 Plays in you tube, then i suddenly realized....where is ric-ric marata?

    off-topic:
    i realized too how funny the titles given to the players back-then specially ritchie "the velvet touch" ticson. ^_^
    YOU MAKE ME FEEL SO BAD...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jovani_pineda
    LOL..yesterday i watched the PBA- Top 10 Plays in you tube, then i suddenly realized....where is ric-ric marata?

    off-topic:
    i realized too how funny the titles given to the players back-then specially ritchie "the velvet touch" ticson. ^_^
    marata is back in mindanao tending their farm.
    "There are only three kinds of mathematicians: those who can count, and those who can not."

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    Default ex PBA player Noli Banate, Bong dela Cruz and Freddie Hubalde

    PCFBL five beats Indons
    Rey C. LACHICA

    GENTING HIGHLANDS, Malaysia — The rivalry between the Philippines and Indonesia was renewed yesterday as Philippine Chinese Friendship Basketball League outlasted Asaba in overtime 50-44 to jumpstart its four-peat bid in the 16th ASEAN Veteran Invitational at the Genting Highlands resort gym here.

    In a heated showdown between two teams fancied to meet in the finals anew, PCFBL went to former Crispa center Noli Banate, Andrew Ongteco and Terry Que to ward off the spirited challenge of the Indons in the 50-years-old division of the five-day tournament.

    The 6-foot-5 Banate, using his height advantage, exploded for 18 points but it was Que who delivered the telling blow against the Indons.

    With only one point separating the Filipinos from the Indons, the 5-foot-5 Que, co-team owner of Welcoat Paints in the PBA, buried a short jumper to give PCFBL a much-needed breather, 45-42.

    After Banate and Bong dela Cruz combined forces to thwart Asaba’s offensive thrust, Ongseco knocked in his second triple of the game to finally unnerve the Indons, 48-42.

    Banate, who drives his own passenger jeepney in Davao when not playing for teams of his Chinese friends in Manila, capped his sterling performance with another putback.

    "It was a scary victory but a win is a win," said PCFBL president and coach Jimmy Lim. "We just hope we could play better next time. We hardly had a practice in Manila that’s why we struggled early."

    The win enabled the Filipinos to gain a share of the lead with Singapore in the 10-team tournament. Ongteco finished with 9 points, while Que, who engaged a 6-foot-3 Indon center to a near fistfight as a result of their physical game, added 3.

    The burly dela Cruz, playing his tough-guy role which he is known for during his Crispa days, contributed only two points but it was him who sparked the team rally with his court wizardry.

    Freddie Hubalde was just but a shadow of his old self as he finished with only four points, missing several open shots. William Lao also stood his ground against an agile Indon center who was limited to only two points in the crucial fourth quarter.
    SMART GILAS: all the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolabasket
    PCFBL five beats Indons
    Rey C. LACHICA

    GENTING HIGHLANDS, Malaysia — The rivalry between the Philippines and Indonesia was renewed yesterday as Philippine Chinese Friendship Basketball League outlasted Asaba in overtime 50-44 to jumpstart its four-peat bid in the 16th ASEAN Veteran Invitational at the Genting Highlands resort gym here.

    In a heated showdown between two teams fancied to meet in the finals anew, PCFBL went to former Crispa center Noli Banate, Andrew Ongteco and Terry Que to ward off the spirited challenge of the Indons in the 50-years-old division of the five-day tournament.

    The 6-foot-5 Banate, using his height advantage, exploded for 18 points but it was Que who delivered the telling blow against the Indons.

    With only one point separating the Filipinos from the Indons, the 5-foot-5 Que, co-team owner of Welcoat Paints in the PBA, buried a short jumper to give PCFBL a much-needed breather, 45-42.

    After Banate and Bong dela Cruz combined forces to thwart Asaba’s offensive thrust, Ongseco knocked in his second triple of the game to finally unnerve the Indons, 48-42.

    Banate, who drives his own passenger jeepney in Davao when not playing for teams of his Chinese friends in Manila, capped his sterling performance with another putback.

    "It was a scary victory but a win is a win," said PCFBL president and coach Jimmy Lim. "We just hope we could play better next time. We hardly had a practice in Manila that’s why we struggled early."

    The win enabled the Filipinos to gain a share of the lead with Singapore in the 10-team tournament. Ongteco finished with 9 points, while Que, who engaged a 6-foot-3 Indon center to a near fistfight as a result of their physical game, added 3.

    The burly dela Cruz, playing his tough-guy role which he is known for during his Crispa days, contributed only two points but it was him who sparked the team rally with his court wizardry.

    Freddie Hubalde was just but a shadow of his old self as he finished with only four points, missing several open shots. William Lao also stood his ground against an agile Indon center who was limited to only two points in the crucial fourth quarter.
    this might be the game of the oldies....
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    MARLON BASCO - he's now playing for OZAMIS COTTA (NBC), the guy wwas able to show what he got...a two-time MVP player of NBC...PBA coaches should give this guy another chance...he's doing great in the league(NBC). He also joins Lhuiller team - MVBA...

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    Default ex-pro's - now doing better in other leagues

    some ex-pro are now doing great in other leagues...don't u think they should be given another chance to play in the PBA?

    1.) Marlon Basco - became a two-time MVP player in the NBC - because he was given a playing time that made him show what he wasn't able to do while he was in Gins.
    2.) Bruce Dacia - same as Basco, he's doing great in the NBC...

    any other???
    Last edited by rikhardur; 09-24-2007 at 04:03 PM. Reason: Threads merged: there is already a topic on the issue.

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    redundant thread.......for the new guys please limit making new threads that are redundant.....its hard to keep track....Yah its nice that you're introducing yourself to the rest but mind you.....please check the old threads so that we wont be taking up time just to read each and each and each thread that are quite redundant...........Time management some of us here are professional

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    Because a same level of himself! This is minor league here dude. The weakest league level here dude.

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