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    Talk about the 2017 PBA draft here

    CS leading the way for fil-foreign applicants
    Parks jr. says pass for this year

    either Kia, BW or NLEX gets the 1st pick..

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    draft placing after the 2nd conference

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    Did anyone watched the interview of Potts? At sportsdesk. 3 MVP groups and Ginebra plus Phoenix were on his wish list. Medyo mayabang pala tong si Potts based sa interview. Sabagay may Rizza Diaz ka ba naman.

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    may the best offer wins.. lol at Kia

    http://hoops.ph/source-kia-willing-t...-game-changer/

    williams for 1st pick of kia?
    abueva for 1st pick of kia?
    almazan for 1st pick of kia?

    Kay williams na lol..

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    Kiefer should join the draft. He`s 23 an ok age for a PBA Rookie.

    Looking for new opportunities??? Or He just wants to be in the MVP stable

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    Quote Originally Posted by heystifler View Post
    Kiefer should join the draft. He`s 23 an ok age for a PBA Rookie.

    Looking for new opportunities??? Or He just wants to be in the MVP stable
    It's quite logical actually, if a player can somehow get "paid" approximate to what PBA rookie contracts are ( which actually isn't that much), then financially there is no preasure to join the PBA, Kiefer fits in that category where he does have other opportunities to easily approximate PBA rookie contracts.

    The next thing to consider is exposure and development, if Kiefer can get that with a mixture of Gilas competition ( the team looks quite busy - Jones cup., Champs cup , home away etc) and Alab. then again there is no need to get that competition in the PBA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    It's quite logical actually, if a player can somehow get "paid" approximate to what PBA rookie contracts are ( which actually isn't that much), then financially there is no preasure to join the PBA, Kiefer fits in that category where he does have other opportunities to easily approximate PBA rookie contracts.

    The next thing to consider is exposure and development, if Kiefer can get that with a mixture of Gilas competition ( the team looks quite busy - Jones cup., Champs cup , home away etc) and Alab. then again there is no need to get that competition in the PBA.
    Same argument applies to Christian and Parks. SBP should seriously consider building Gilas outside the PBA through the ABL, with only 3-4 PBA reinforcements if necessary. The core is already there: Kiefer, Ray, Christian, CBC, Jose, plus you have the PBA residents (Pogoy, Tolomia, Wright etc), and new cadets from the collegiate ranks. Bring them all together and have them play ABL, Sheung Kung, Jones, and Dubai every year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mangangalakal View Post
    Same argument applies to Christian and Parks. SBP should seriously consider building Gilas outside the PBA through the ABL, with only 3-4 PBA reinforcements if necessary. The core is already there: Kiefer, Ray, Christian, CBC, Jose, plus you have the PBA residents (Pogoy, Tolomia, Wright etc), and new cadets from the collegiate ranks. Bring them all together and have them play ABL, Sheung Kung, Jones, and Dubai every year.
    That pool is good enough. Big man na lang talaga ang problema. Had Greg Slaughter stayed for more year and joined the draft 2015 instead of 2014, wala na sana tayo problem sa frontline. Come to think of it, we only need Greg, Fajardo or Japhet from SMC. Yun nha lang sila ang top C center sa PBA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    That pool is good enough. Big man na lang talaga ang problema. Had Greg Slaughter stayed for more year and joined the draft 2015 instead of 2014, wala na sana tayo problem sa frontline. Come to think of it, we only need Greg, Fajardo or Japhet from SMC. Yun nha lang sila ang top C center sa PBA.
    Actually to be honest , that's all you need from a PBA agrement, the 2 or 3 SMC bigs, all these other stuff, (PBA led , all star game, cadets etc etc), really is nonesense and little value. (pang pogi papel points lang)

    Off course so it's not too burderning on the teams that are willing ( MVP teams), you want a sound schedule to allow lending of players for Gilas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    Actually to be honest , that's all you need from a PBA agrement, the 2 or 3 SMC bigs, all these other stuff, (PBA led , all star game, cadets etc etc), really is nonesense and little value. (pang pogi papel points lang)

    Off course so it's not too burderning on the teams that are willing ( MVP teams), you want a sound schedule to allow lending of players for Gilas.
    If we go by the independent Gilas model we will only need Junemar, Greg and Japeth. If Austin plays out well we'll need Greg and Junemar only. Plus we have Edu and Kirkness. I think that isn't too much to ask of SMC and PBA. But for this to work SBP must snag all future cadets especially the bigs (Baltazar, Santillan, Aquino, Go, Bunag, Carino, Tamayo, Cortez, Sotto) and the quality players for the wing and guard spots
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    Standhardinger will go first in the draft. Sure yan

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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    It's quite logical actually, if a player can somehow get "paid" approximate to what PBA rookie contracts are ( which actually isn't that much), then financially there is no preasure to join the PBA, Kiefer fits in that category where he does have other opportunities to easily approximate PBA rookie contracts.

    The next thing to consider is exposure and development, if Kiefer can get that with a mixture of Gilas competition ( the team looks quite busy - Jones cup., Champs cup , home away etc) and Alab. then again there is no need to get that competition in the PBA.
    But Kiefer is delaying his rookie contract which therefor decreases the number of years hell be earning a max contract. Im still in the camp that Romeo>Kiefer right now despite just a 1 and half year age difference and Kief>>Romeo in the UAAP. I think the reason for this is the growth of Romeo in the PBA against better competition which Kief should expose himself to ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikatrix View Post
    But Kiefer is delaying his rookie contract which therefor decreases the number of years hell be earning a max contract. Im still in the camp that Romeo>Kiefer right now despite just a 1 and half year age difference and Kief>>Romeo in the UAAP. I think the reason for this is the growth of Romeo in the PBA against better competition which Kief should expose himself to ASAP.
    Not necessary, there are ways in the changing environment where a few fortunate players can actually earn beyond max contract. Times have really change , call it the LBJ generation , where some players have reinvented the busineess side of hoops and have a stronger independent influence on their career path different from the traditional pathway. For Kiefer playing for Gilas regularly in the home and away is something pervious players never had the opportunity to do. Before it would be one big international tournament a year or every 2 years and that was it.

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