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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    Really he's 24 yrs old, how's that for a college player. silly really and no way should we brand him a cadet, hell the guy is as old as 4 year NBA veteran Steven Adams.
    Only in the Philippines hahaha. A 25 year old can still play college ball and a 19 year old is a still very raw player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    Really he's 24 yrs old, how's that for a college player. silly really and no way should we brand him a cadet, hell the guy is as old as 4 year NBA veteran Steven Adams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    Really he's 24 yrs old, how's that for a college player. silly really and no way should we brand him a cadet, hell the guy is as old as 4 year NBA veteran Steven Adams.
    CJ Perez is the same age as Kiefer Ravena. CJ started his campus tour at DLSU. He was an academic casualty at DLSU. Transferred to San Sebastian and played for two seasons. Transferred to ADMU. But became also an academic casualty. And is now settled at the Lyceum.

    Just imagine this. Had CJ been discovered by DLSU earlier he could have been part of the 2010 Under 18 Batang gilas. That team could have these names CJ Perez, Terrence Romeo, Baser Amer, Kiefer Ravena, Bobby Ray Parks and Kevin Ferrer. Romeo (FEU) and Amer (SBC) were disallowed by their schools.
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    Baldwin on CJ Perez: ‘Very explosive athlete’ with ‘a lot to learn about the game’ here's the link: http://www.rappler.com/sports/univer...rez-basketball

    How tall is Perez? 6'1 maybe 6'2 the most.For a Philippine standard, he is a tall point guard but for international standard (Fiba-Asia) maybe just right. He has to prove that he is better than some players in the pros like Daquoiag,Amer,Ravena and heck even Alas who had a great game against Meralco last night.The kid has got a lot to learn and of course he has to gain the respect and confidence of most coaches, including Chot.

    FIBA ASIA Challenge Stats:http://www.fiba.com/api/img/player/c...132642/980/462

    PPG: 9.5
    RPG: 1.8
    APG: 1.3

    too bad he has 17% three point percentage and a 47% free throw shooting. Considering the bad percentages he has almost double digit points per game.
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    Kevin Alas: Because were both no. 6 I am the katapat of Guo Ailun lol..
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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Kevin Alas: Because were both no. 6 I am the katapat of Guo Ailun lol..
    I think the main reason why Guo is one of the best scorers of the tournament is that he has a very good two point percentage (62%) and a fairly good three point percentage (40%).Perez on the other hand had 50% two point percentage and a rather forgettable 3 point percentage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex07 View Post


    Baldwin on CJ Perez: ‘Very explosive athlete’ with ‘a lot to learn about the game’ here's the link: http://www.rappler.com/sports/univer...rez-basketball

    How tall is Perez? 6'1 maybe 6'2 the most.For a Philippine standard, he is a tall point guard but for international standard (Fiba-Asia) maybe just right. He has to prove that he is better than some players in the pros like Daquoiag,Amer,Ravena and heck even Alas who had a great game against Meralco last night.The kid has got a lot to learn and of course he has to gain the respect and confidence of most coaches, including Chot.

    FIBA ASIA Challenge Stats:http://www.fiba.com/api/img/player/c...132642/980/462

    PPG: 9.5
    RPG: 1.8
    APG: 1.3

    too bad he has 17% three point percentage and a 47% free throw shooting. Considering the bad percentages he has almost double digit points per game.
    I'm not actually worried about this guy's shooting percentage. To me he's more a young Jason Castro and Chris Ross Combo and I'm pretty sure those shooting percentages will go up, he just needs to put some work. What this guy brings to the table though is length,explosiveness and tenacity in defense, something that we desperately need at the 1 spot. He has the tools to be a great PG. Potential wise, I do think his ceiling is gonna be higher compared to the likes of Ravena, Jalalon or maybe even Terrence Romeo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heinztein View Post
    I'm not actually worried about this guy's shooting percentage. To me he's more a young Jason Castro and Chris Ross Combo and I'm pretty sure those shooting percentages will go up, he just needs to put some work. What this guy brings to the table though is length,explosiveness and tenacity in defense, something that we desperately need at the 1 spot. He has the tools to be a great PG. Potential wise, I do think his ceiling is gonna be higher compared to the likes of Ravena, Jalalon or maybe even Terrence Romeo.
    the question is will he be allowed or given the chance to play PG? he can have all the tools, but if he is used as an SG and SF, he will not develop or mature to become a PG.

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    has he played in dleague?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trig View Post
    has he played in dleague?
    Played already with the national team last 2016 Challenge Cup. According to one poster though, an applicant should have at least 2 Gila's stints or national team callups to be exempted from the D League play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayban View Post
    the question is will he be allowed or given the chance to play PG? he can have all the tools, but if he is used as an SG and SF, he will not develop or mature to become a PG.
    He's playing mainly as a 4 in Lyceum and even a center sometimes. Kinda like how Abueva was used at Baste. His got better handles than Abueva for sure but he's definetly not a point guard at this point. He's got NT potential but at 24 I don't think he can be a better PG than Romeo Ravena Amer Jalalon etc who played the position for a while now.

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    CJ Perez, point guard of the present

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    Played already with the national team last 2016 Challenge Cup. According to one poster though, an applicant should have at least 2 Gila's stints or national team callups to be exempted from the D League play.
    nah, I'm just wondering if he has played against older and tougher competition. He's too good and too old for college ball. And he keeps on transferring schools so he really doesn't have a lot of experience on court. He's just a tad younger that guys like Romeo, Pogoy, Troy, cbc etc. Romeo has been in the pba since 2013/14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasper222 View Post
    CJ Perez, point guard of the present
    i think he's got same handles as Keifer Ravena. making him PG i think is very possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heinztein View Post
    I'm not actually worried about this guy's shooting percentage. To me he's more a young Jason Castro and Chris Ross Combo and I'm pretty sure those shooting percentages will go up, he just needs to put some work. What this guy brings to the table though is length,explosiveness and tenacity in defense, something that we desperately need at the 1 spot. He has the tools to be a great PG. Potential wise, I do think his ceiling is gonna be higher compared to the likes of Ravena, Jalalon or maybe even Terrence Romeo.
    Willie Miller seems to have a suspect outside shooting before he entered the PBA. But Miller polished his outside shooting during his stint in the PBA
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    Willie Miller seems to have a suspect outside shooting before he entered the PBA. But Miller polished his outside shooting during his stint in the PBA
    Similar with Castro, he just improved his outside shooting in mid and later part of his PBA career.

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