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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy View Post
    I think the 3 kids (Ravena, Amer and Parks) would benefit even if they only play a few quality minutes per game as they are at the stage wherein they can learn a lot by observing how men play the game up close from the bench.
    true, developing ball IQ should start at an early age, with them playing in the pba they will develop that and most importantly their defense, cause they'll be guarding taller, much athletic guards(maybe except ray)mas magulang vets, am wondering what will warboleda, sol, and other physical guards will do to those kids(wait that didnt sounded right im on the same age bracket)

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    Let's not drag Fajardo to Gilas as if he'll be the team's savior. He has made his decision and most people here must move on. The team has bigs anyway, Douthit, Taulava, Aguilar, Ramos, Ballesteros and Slaughter. Toroman on the otherhand must learn to trust most of these guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinDurant View Post
    Let's not drag Fajardo to Gilas as if he'll be the team's savior. He has made his decision and most people here must move on. The team has bigs anyway, Douthit, Taulava, Aguilar, Ramos, Ballesteros and Slaughter. Toroman on the otherhand must learn to trust most of these guys.
    That's the problem with TORO, he don't trust the pinoy BIGS...

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    THE University of Cebu Webmasters have received word from Norman Black for the inclusion of its prized center Junemar Fajardo in an All-Collegiate Menís basketball team that will be sent to a mission to win the Southeast Asian (Sea) Games title in December.

    UC coach Roehl Gomez told Sun.Star-Cebu that Black approached him for the services of Fajardo during their meeting in Bacolod City.

    ďCoach Black had approached me and asked me if we (UC) can lend Abay (Fajardo) for the Seaba and Sea Games campaigns,Ē Gomez confirmed.

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    Black was tasked by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) to organize and mentor the Seaba and Sea Games-bound All-Collegiate squad.

    With lieutenants Glen Capacio, Jamike Jarim and Sandy Arespacochaga, they held a series of tryouts by invitation to form the squad before it will be formally launched his month.

    Fajardo, who was chosen as the Best Collegiate Player of the Year by the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL), was a hands-down choice to be included in the young menís squad.

    ďWe canít commit yet because we have other plans for Fajardo and besides, we wanted some assurance for him. Atty. (Baldomero) Estenzo (UC team manager) and I are looking for the right Big Manís camp for him to train in the US. That is the most we can do for his loyalty to the school. Equip him for his future,Ē added Gomez.

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    Aside from Fajardo, Blackís personal pick to lead the RP team who will compete for the basketball gold medal in the biennial games in December in Indonesia is Smart-Gilas team captain Chris Tiu.

    And with his teammates at the Philippine Menís squad Greg Slaughter and Aldrech Ramos, who Black invited to join the tryouts, Tiu is set to captain a very young team that includes Ateneoís Nico Salva, San Bedaís Garvo Lanete, San Sebastianís Calvin Abueva, high school standouts Kiefer Ravena of Ateneo and San Bedaís Baser Amer, University of the Eastís Paul Lee, Adamsonís Alex Nuyles, La Salleís Simon Atkins and National Uís Ray Parks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker View Post
    THE University of Cebu Webmasters have received word from Norman Black for the inclusion of its prized center Junemar Fajardo in an All-Collegiate Menís basketball team that will be sent to a mission to win the Southeast Asian (Sea) Games title in December.

    UC coach Roehl Gomez told Sun.Star-Cebu that Black approached him for the services of Fajardo during their meeting in Bacolod City.

    ďCoach Black had approached me and asked me if we (UC) can lend Abay (Fajardo) for the Seaba and Sea Games campaigns,Ē Gomez confirmed.

    Task
    Black was tasked by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) to organize and mentor the Seaba and Sea Games-bound All-Collegiate squad.

    With lieutenants Glen Capacio, Jamike Jarim and Sandy Arespacochaga, they held a series of tryouts by invitation to form the squad before it will be formally launched his month.

    Fajardo, who was chosen as the Best Collegiate Player of the Year by the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL), was a hands-down choice to be included in the young menís squad.

    ďWe canít commit yet because we have other plans for Fajardo and besides, we wanted some assurance for him. Atty. (Baldomero) Estenzo (UC team manager) and I are looking for the right Big Manís camp for him to train in the US. That is the most we can do for his loyalty to the school. Equip him for his future,Ē added Gomez.

    Picks
    Aside from Fajardo, Blackís personal pick to lead the RP team who will compete for the basketball gold medal in the biennial games in December in Indonesia is Smart-Gilas team captain Chris Tiu.

    And with his teammates at the Philippine Menís squad Greg Slaughter and Aldrech Ramos, who Black invited to join the tryouts, Tiu is set to captain a very young team that includes Ateneoís Nico Salva, San Bedaís Garvo Lanete, San Sebastianís Calvin Abueva, high school standouts Kiefer Ravena of Ateneo and San Bedaís Baser Amer, University of the Eastís Paul Lee, Adamsonís Alex Nuyles, La Salleís Simon Atkins and National Uís Ray Parks.

    http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/sport...-fajardo-black
    are they scared that Fajardo may do a Slaughter? whoa.. a Kraken Lawyer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by D_I_A View Post
    are they scared that Fajardo may do a Slaughter? whoa.. a Kraken Lawyer?
    Because Ateneo can offer Fajardo more than what UC can give

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegm Thrower View Post
    Because Ateneo can offer Fajardo more than what UC can give
    They should talk M to M seriously to his handler.....for sure they can do something about it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegm Thrower View Post
    Because Ateneo can offer Fajardo more than what UC can give
    Yep, a player he can hone his skills with and play 1-on-1 with from dusk til dawn by the name of Greg Slaughter.

    Add to the fact that they'll do this under the watchful eyes of Norman Black.

    So, yep, UC's actions are understandable

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    Quote Originally Posted by D_I_A View Post
    are they scared that Fajardo may do a Slaughter? whoa.. a Kraken Lawyer?
    if the aim is to "equip" fajardo for the future, the worst place to be would be with gilas (toroman will just bench him). trainers in US big men camps are much better than black in training bigs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manu_bol View Post
    if the aim is to "equip" fajardo for the future, the worst place to be would be with gilas (toroman will just bench him). trainers in US big men camps are much better than black in training bigs.
    True, if the player will stay and train there for many, many months. This is the reason why long distance trainings by proxy is not as effective as being trained by the same teacher in person who can monitor your progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manu_bol View Post
    if the aim is to "equip" fajardo for the future, the worst place to be would be with gilas (toroman will just bench him)
    sad but true

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    5th CESAFI partners' Cup Gaisano Capital logs second win
    By Gabby G. Malagar (The Freeman)
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    CEBU, Philippines - On the night when star center Junemar Fajardo suffered one of his worst showing in his career, the smallest player on the floor gamely rose to the occasion with 5-foot-6 shooting guard Gerald Ampoon rallying Gaisano Capital past Ave Maria Sanctuary Park, 72-68, in the 5th CESAFI Partnersí Cup last Tuesday at the Cebu Coliseum.

    Games today

    (Cebu Coliseum)

    5:30 pm Winner Beef Loaf vs. Ave Maria

    7 pm Lion Tiger vs. Prime Asia

    Earlier, the San Marino Corned Tuna escaped with a 65-62 win in overtime against Rose Aquarius Merchandising.

    With Fajardo handcuffed to a measly three points, Ave Maria took advantage of his ignorable presence and was poised to pull a major upset when they opened an 11-point lead, 44-33, with still 7:24 left in the third period.

    However, Ave Maria's control of the match was shortlived when Gaisano Capital, bannered by the UC Webmasters, ended the period with a 17-4 blitz to regain the upperhand, 50-48, on a triple by Archie Batua.

    Still, Ave Maria was very much alive with just a two-point deficit, 54-56, on a basket by Abulaiz Suliman, but Gaisano Capital simply saved their best shots for last.And despite many others deserved to be called heroes, it was Ampoon who emerged as the brightest, scoring 12 points as Gaisano Capital took the temporary lead with a clean 2-0 slate.

    Quinton Brian Heruela, Robinson Mohammad and Edward Pao also made significant contributions in offense late in the final period.

    Jason Nudalo nailed 16 markers for Ave Maria, which fell to 1-1.

    The scores

    First game

    San Marino (65) - Pacquiao 15, Nalos 10, Padilla 7, Armecin 6, Goloran 5, Pineda 5, Guillena 4, Urot 4, Brigondo 4, Wagas 2, Pogoy 2, Dalondonan 1

    Rose Aquarius (62) - J. Ferraren 11, Dajalos 11, Cabahug 8, MaraŮo 6, Sedurifa6, Avila 5, D. Ferraren 4, Misa 3, Sollano 2, Genobia 2, Corcilles 2, Meca 2

    Second game

    Gaisano Capital (72) - Ampoon 12, Heruela 9, Batua 9, Caytona 9, Mohammad 7, Pao 5, Pogoy 5, Magallanes 5, Aranas 4, Fajardo 3, Delos Santos 2, Labolabo 2

    Ave Maria (68) - Nudalo 16, Abing 8, Dela Rama 7, Sanchez 7, Olbedado 7, Capillar 5, Singco 4, Tabaloc 4, Palileo 4, Suliman 4, Lajato 2

    Halftime: 33-35 (FREEMAN)



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    bad games happen to the best of 'em

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    Quote Originally Posted by FARIDOON View Post
    5th CESAFI partners' Cup Gaisano Capital logs second win
    By Gabby G. Malagar (The Freeman)
    Updated April 07, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0)

    CEBU, Philippines - On the night when star center Junemar Fajardo suffered one of his worst showing in his career, the smallest player on the floor gamely rose to the occasion with 5-foot-6 shooting guard Gerald Ampoon rallying Gaisano Capital past Ave Maria Sanctuary Park, 72-68, in the 5th CESAFI Partnersí Cup last Tuesday at the Cebu Coliseum.

    Games today

    (Cebu Coliseum)

    5:30 pm Winner Beef Loaf vs. Ave Maria

    7 pm Lion Tiger vs. Prime Asia

    Earlier, the San Marino Corned Tuna escaped with a 65-62 win in overtime against Rose Aquarius Merchandising.

    With Fajardo handcuffed to a measly three points, Ave Maria took advantage of his ignorable presence and was poised to pull a major upset when they opened an 11-point lead, 44-33, with still 7:24 left in the third period.

    However, Ave Maria's control of the match was shortlived when Gaisano Capital, bannered by the UC Webmasters, ended the period with a 17-4 blitz to regain the upperhand, 50-48, on a triple by Archie Batua.

    Still, Ave Maria was very much alive with just a two-point deficit, 54-56, on a basket by Abulaiz Suliman, but Gaisano Capital simply saved their best shots for last.And despite many others deserved to be called heroes, it was Ampoon who emerged as the brightest, scoring 12 points as Gaisano Capital took the temporary lead with a clean 2-0 slate.

    Quinton Brian Heruela, Robinson Mohammad and Edward Pao also made significant contributions in offense late in the final period.

    Jason Nudalo nailed 16 markers for Ave Maria, which fell to 1-1.

    The scores

    First game

    San Marino (65) - Pacquiao 15, Nalos 10, Padilla 7, Armecin 6, Goloran 5, Pineda 5, Guillena 4, Urot 4, Brigondo 4, Wagas 2, Pogoy 2, Dalondonan 1

    Rose Aquarius (62) - J. Ferraren 11, Dajalos 11, Cabahug 8, MaraŮo 6, Sedurifa6, Avila 5, D. Ferraren 4, Misa 3, Sollano 2, Genobia 2, Corcilles 2, Meca 2

    Second game

    Gaisano Capital (72) - Ampoon 12, Heruela 9, Batua 9, Caytona 9, Mohammad 7, Pao 5, Pogoy 5, Magallanes 5, Aranas 4, Fajardo 3, Delos Santos 2, Labolabo 2

    Ave Maria (68) - Nudalo 16, Abing 8, Dela Rama 7, Sanchez 7, Olbedado 7, Capillar 5, Singco 4, Tabaloc 4, Palileo 4, Suliman 4, Lajato 2

    Halftime: 33-35 (FREEMAN)


    Did Pacman play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FARIDOON View Post
    5th CESAFI partners' Cup Gaisano Capital logs second win
    By Gabby G. Malagar (The Freeman)
    Updated April 07, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0)

    CEBU, Philippines - On the night when star center Junemar Fajardo suffered one of his worst showing in his career, the smallest player on the floor gamely rose to the occasion with 5-foot-6 shooting guard Gerald Ampoon rallying Gaisano Capital past Ave Maria Sanctuary Park, 72-68, in the 5th CESAFI Partnersí Cup last Tuesday at the Cebu Coliseum.

    With Fajardo handcuffed to a measly three points, Ave Maria took advantage of his ignorable presence and was poised to pull a major upset when they opened an 11-point lead, 44-33, with still 7:24 left in the third period.

    Gaisano Capital (72) - Ampoon 12, Heruela 9, Batua 9, Caytona 9, Mohammad 7, Pao 5, Pogoy 5, Magallanes 5, Aranas 4, Fajardo 3, Delos Santos 2, Labolabo 2

    Ave Maria (68) - Nudalo 16, Abing 8, Dela Rama 7, Sanchez 7, Olbedado 7, Capillar 5, Singco 4, Tabaloc 4, Palileo 4, Suliman 4, Lajato 2

    Halftime: 33-35 (FREEMAN)

    Is this what Atty. (Baldomero) Estenzo (UC team manager) promised and looking for the right Big Manís camp for him to train in the US? And is this the reward for his loyalty to the school & Equip him for his future by playing in some inter school games?
    MR. T. --->>> PACLAND

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    Quote Originally Posted by lapukman View Post
    Did Pacman play?
    It's Aling Dionisia!
    You've got to have it to win it

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik View Post
    Is this what Atty. (Baldomero) Estenzo (UC team manager) promised and looking for the right Big Manís camp for him to train in the US? And is this the reward for his loyalty to the school & Equip him for his future by playing in some inter school games?
    agree bro.

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    Fajardo, the slave gladiator-prostitute.

    Available to be used any time by the friends of the beneficiaries of his UTANG NA LOOB. Beneficiaries who look at his honest provincial way of gratitude not as UTANG NA LOOB (gratitude) but simply as unpayable UTANG (debt or death, its the same).

    Fajardo, the slave kraken. Playing from a forgetable league to an even more obscure league.

    Still being reserved for San Miguel, Ginebra or B-Meg? Fajardo better use what remains of his sane brain to protect himself and his personal interests, and to never forget who betrayed and sold the three pinagsawaan slaves to Air21 like they were no more than bottles of stale beer or old chickens. This is the true reward for loyalty of faithful basketball players.

    Fajardo, the doomed abused and misused basketball player.

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    Fajardo should've been over by this level already.
    He should've gone to another level...
    what's happening..does his handlers know how to handle a player with a special case and potential as Fajardo?..
    im not saying i know how to handle a player like fajardo and im better than his handlers, its just that imo as a fan, its not getting any better...


    OT: anybody notice how good Samigue Eman had become? He is quicker under the basket now. Has good pair of hands. Stronger and knows how to move under the basket and knows how to use his body to bang and position for rebounds. He is playing like how kardoust plays for Iran--nothing outstanding but he gives a lot to his team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weward View Post
    OT: anybody notice how good Samigue Eman had become? He is quicker under the basket now. Has good pair of hands. Stronger and knows how to move under the basket and knows how to use his body to bang and position for rebounds. He is playing like how kardoust plays for Iran--nothing outstanding but he gives a lot to his team.
    If Cone saw and played Eman when he was 18, Samigue would have been a national player several times over.

    Cone even had the luxury of fielding Devance, Thoss and Eman in Alaska's last game probably as a just-in-case preparation also for Gilas. This trio is speedy enough, but not quick enough, to fully stop Douthit and Aguilar. But the three together, plus Alaska's physical playing forwards, and guards can really screw up Toro's plays the next time they meet. Again, if Cone started using this combination five years ago, it would have been extremely difficult to play Alaska well in the finals. TNT's much quicker players are probably the main thorn to Alaska's dreams.

    There are still too many idiots who don't know how to optimize the use of tall players in the Philippines.

    BTW, Khardoust has forgetable international basketball skills. But his determination to really mix it up under the basket and activeness will make even a Howard very uncomfortable in the keyhole area. If Eman and Slaughter reaches his stage, a Philippine team would have enough firmness in the middle to allow our quick guards and small forwards to effectively move in for the kill.

    Of course Fajardo will be allowed by his benefactors to play for the national team when he is 64 years old.
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