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rocketstar47
01-08-2011, 02:51 PM
26th SEA Games Results

MEN'S BASKETBALL

GOLD-Philippines
SILVER-Thailand
BRONZE-Indonesia


WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

GOLD-Thailand
SILVER-Philippines
BRONZE-Malaysia

lrangels
01-09-2011, 02:23 AM
The 2011 SEA Games will be a test on how much the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) have made its initial impact in the region. Even though the Philippines will be the heavy favorites to win the gold medal in the men's division, does the early existence of the ABL have shown its potential to help narrow the gap between Philippines and its SEA neighbors? It might not be very obvious, but the impact is certainly there. Local players from Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei were given the chance to play professionally in Basketball, and to get exposed to international brand of play outside the SEABA and SEA Games at a higher level. Yes, a lot of these local players have kept the bench warm, but they've certainly learned a lot by playing next to their Filipino and western imports. Unlike previous editions of the SEA Games, Filipino fans will be more familiar on the players who will be playing foteams from SEA nations. No more who's that number 4, number 10 is awful, etc. Players like Attaporn Lertmalaiporn from Thailand, Mario Wuysang from Indonesia, and Desmond Oh from Singapore are some of the players that most of us "might" looking forward to check out.

;)

przemek
01-26-2011, 09:31 AM
there is in fact no basketball infrastructure in laos. there is a national team, or something like this, but they are very small- the tallest player is 188 cm- and week. they don't know about discipline and even practicing with thongs! they prefer lao beer after practice.
i sow them 1 year ago- never again!!!

Servinio
01-27-2011, 02:53 AM
There is a big possibility that the 2011-2012 ABL season will start in January and run until probably May of 2012 in order to give way to the 2011 SEA Games.

b3lowzro
01-28-2011, 09:44 AM
there is in fact no basketball infrastructure in laos. there is a national team, or something like this, but they are very small- the tallest player is 188 cm- and week. they don't know about discipline and even practicing with thongs! they prefer lao beer after practice.
i sow them 1 year ago- never again!!!

hey nice to see you again, where are you coaching now? how was your North Korea NT coaching stint?

Hardy
01-28-2011, 10:54 AM
I hope indonesia win this basketball seag..
Bcus, Indonesia lot of potential players..
Like, Oky wira (190cm,SG), Galank Gunawan (195cm,PF) Anggi Arizki (212cm,C) and Christian Sitepu (200cm,SF)..

meloy
01-30-2011, 03:33 PM
of course we pinoy wil win d golds in sea. Were way to far frm any cntendrs. We can even send our college selection. Nt necesarily d national team.

przemek
01-31-2011, 05:45 AM
hey nice to see you again, where are you coaching now? how was your North Korea NT coaching stint?

im in varanasi\india now, coaching the university team.
i did not hear anything from korea again. hmm.

rocketstar47
01-31-2011, 08:44 AM
I hope indonesia win this basketball seag..
Bcus, Indonesia lot of potential players..
Like, Oky wira (190cm,SG), Galank Gunawan (195cm,PF) Anggi Arizki (212cm,C) and Christian Sitepu (200cm,SF)..

But Philippines had more potential players than your team we have
Kiefer Ravena(5"11,PG),Ray Parks(6"5,SG/PG),Greg Slaughter(7"0,C),Baser Amer(5"11,PG),RR Garcia(5'9,PG),Alex Nuyles(6'3,SF),Japeth Aguilar(6"10,PF)
For me Malaysia is your nearest rival for winning a silver medal.

rocketstar47
06-19-2011, 07:50 AM
Philippines will be the GOLD medalist

makotosing
06-21-2011, 02:05 PM
I hope indonesia win this basketball seag..
Bcus, Indonesia lot of potential players..
Like, Oky wira (190cm,SG), Galank Gunawan (195cm,PF) Anggi Arizki (212cm,C) and Christian Sitepu (200cm,SF)..

how old are they?

lrangels
06-30-2011, 02:07 PM
I agree with coach Rajko Toroman as teams from (especially) Malaysia and Indonesia consists of veteran players and have been in serious training mode.

Expect tougher SEA Games - Gilas warns
By Joey Villar (The Philippine Star), June 29, 2011

MANILA, Philippines - Don’t underestimate the opposition.

This was Smart Gilas Pilipinas coach Rajko Toroman’s advise to the national basketball team seeing action in the 26th Southeast Asian Games Nov. 11-25 in Indonesia.

“The quality of basketball in Southeast Asia has improved tremendously in the last two years,” said Toroman. “That’s why we showed respect when we played them by playing consistent.”

The Smart Gilas 5 indeed dished out its best in hammering the opposition, sweeping the SEABA tournament by an average winning of 40 points, including an 89-50 rout of the Indonesians in the finals in Jakarta over the weekend.

In the SEA Games, the Phl team will be composed of the top collegiate players and reinforced by Gilas standouts Greg Slaughter and Aldrech Ramos.

Norman Black will be the head coach.

There is also a strong possibility that Gilas captain Chris Tiu would be joining Black’s squad although this would hinge on whether or not the former Ateneo hotshot would join the PBA rookie draft in August.

“We’ll see what happens because I haven’t really decided yet,” said Tiu.

He agreed with Toroman that Southeast Asian teams, headed by Indonesia and Malaysia, should not be taken for granted.

“We really have to respect them because they’re improving everytime we played them,” said Tiu.

The Indonesians, for one, had set up plans of competing in the Jones Cup this August in Chinese Taipei, train in Australia for several weeks, see action in Wuhan to get a crack at the SEAG crown in November.

AlYuson
06-30-2011, 02:24 PM
I agree with coach Rajko Toroman as teams from (especially) Malaysia and Indonesia consists of veteran players and have been in serious training mode.

Expect tougher SEA Games - Gilas warns
By Joey Villar (The Philippine Star), June 29, 2011

MANILA, Philippines - Don’t underestimate the opposition.

This was Smart Gilas Pilipinas coach Rajko Toroman’s advise to the national basketball team seeing action in the 26th Southeast Asian Games Nov. 11-25 in Indonesia.

“The quality of basketball in Southeast Asia has improved tremendously in the last two years,” said Toroman. “That’s why we showed respect when we played them by playing consistent.”

The Smart Gilas 5 indeed dished out its best in hammering the opposition, sweeping the SEABA tournament by an average winning of 40 points, including an 89-50 rout of the Indonesians in the finals in Jakarta over the weekend.

In the SEA Games, the Phl team will be composed of the top collegiate players and reinforced by Gilas standouts Greg Slaughter and Aldrech Ramos.

Norman Black will be the head coach.

There is also a strong possibility that Gilas captain Chris Tiu would be joining Black’s squad although this would hinge on whether or not the former Ateneo hotshot would join the PBA rookie draft in August.

“We’ll see what happens because I haven’t really decided yet,” said Tiu.

He agreed with Toroman that Southeast Asian teams, headed by Indonesia and Malaysia, should not be taken for granted.

“We really have to respect them because they’re improving everytime we played them,” said Tiu.

The Indonesians, for one, had set up plans of competing in the Jones Cup this August in Chinese Taipei, train in Australia for several weeks, see action in Wuhan to get a crack at the SEAG crown in November.

With or without media sensation and even with national team coach cautionary tales of southeast asian basketball rising improvement..absolutely just like in Seaba championship in jakarta, there will be no contest..smart gilas shall prevail in lopsided margins

makotosing
07-03-2011, 08:58 AM
is it smart gilas playing for the Philippines this coming sea games?
it should be team sinag right?
the all college players team

drunkenwarg
07-03-2011, 10:13 AM
is it smart gilas playing for the Philippines this coming sea games?
it should be team sinag right?
the all college players team

it's sinag

Projectspeed
07-07-2011, 01:40 AM
http://www.gmanews.tv/story/225479/sports/black-wants-douthit-to-be-part-of-seag-bound-team

Black wants Douthit to be part of SEAG-bound team

07/06/2011 | 03:22 PM

The Philippine men's basketball team to the 2011 Southeast Asian Games in Indonesia is considering to get Pilipinas-Smart Gilas big man Marcus Douthit to beef up its roster.

This was according to National coach Norman Black, who said the naturalized Filipino could suit up for the team for the biennial meet. "There are talks of Douthit playing for the team."

Douthit has competed in the Southeast Asian Basketball Association (SEABA) Championship last month in Jakarta as part of the Gilas team that won the title. Gilas played against teams which will most likely play in the SEA Games.

Douthit's possible inclusion to the team will definitely boost the Nationals' chances of defending the SEA Games men's basketball crown, which the Filipinos have won since 1991. The Philippines lost one edition when Malaysia defeated them in 1989.

The Philippines didn't won a gold in two more editions but that was because the country was suspended by FIBA when it hosted the 2005 SEA Games and in the 2009 Laos SEA Games since there was no basketball stadium in Vientiane.

Douthit's Gilas teammates - Chris Tiu, Japeth Aguilar and Greg Slaughter - are also part of the national pool, which are composed mostly of top collegiate players.

UAAP Most Valuable Player RR Garcia, San Beda's Garvo Lanete and Rome Dela Rosa, San Sebastian's Calvin Abueva and Pamboy Raymundo, and Filipino-Americans Chris Ellis and Chris Newsome are also members of the national pool.

Black said that to avoid any conflict with their school teams, the national pool will practice every Monday night.

"We concentrate on our offense and defensive system so that by October, they will be used to the system. I'm not worried about their conditioning," said Black. - Reuben Terrado/JVP, GMA News

makotosing
07-07-2011, 02:59 AM
di ba natin kaya ang sea games pag wala tayong douthit?

bukag.2011
08-07-2011, 12:52 PM
Yeah, do we really need him? I mean, not that he need not to, of course it is still basketball. but an injury could happen. maybe, we can let him rest. not including Douthit does not mean we are sending weak SEAG National Team...

is sending Slaughter, Lanete, Dela Rosa, Abueva, Raymundo, Garcia, Ramos, (Tiu, Casio etc...) not enough?

BTW: are they really called SINAG? wow...

ALSO: GILAS is actually an acronym, its a marketing brand!!!
Gearing-Up Internet Literacy and Access for Students

lol

lrangels
08-13-2011, 12:53 PM
Thus far, it seems that Malaysia is the more confident team going into the SEA Games. They've played against really tough competition despite loosing by 25, 30, or even 50 points in its games. They are, by far, the only team in southeast Asia who have played our Team-A (Smart-Gilas) three times (unless you don't want to count the Champions Cup), and they're able to hang tough against the Philippines.

Our SEA Games Philippine team (Sinag) are definitely going to have their work cut out come November.

;)

rocketstar47
08-15-2011, 03:35 AM
Remember Malaysians give us a tough fight in the 33rd jones cup.

Alex07
09-03-2011, 11:29 AM
Remember Malaysians give us a tough fight in the 33rd jones cup.

yeah the guy who pinched Asi's balls are a hell of a defender :p

rocketstar47
09-09-2011, 09:17 AM
yeah the guy who pinched Asi's balls are a hell of a defender :p

Im hoping that more teams will join this years biennal meet
than 2007.

Alex07
09-18-2011, 04:34 PM
Yeah, do we really need him? I mean, not that he need not to, of course it is still basketball. but an injury could happen. maybe, we can let him rest. not including Douthit does not mean we are sending weak SEAG National Team...

is sending Slaughter, Lanete, Dela Rosa, Abueva, Raymundo, Garcia, Ramos, (Tiu, Casio etc...) not enough?

BTW: are they really called SINAG? wow...

ALSO: GILAS is actually an acronym, its a marketing brand!!!
Gearing-Up Internet Literacy and Access for Students

lol

I don't think it's overkill...the Malaysians are really getting the exposure they need playing some tough teams in the Jones Cup and in Fiba-Asia...they are fast catching up and teams like Indonesia,Singapore and Thailand are not far behind..plus we need to continue the program after Wuhan.

I would like to see some new faces on the RP squad,also getting some Fil-Ams this early for Gilas ver.2 a.k.a Sinag would be great for us.Imagine if they could get Scuba Holt , Michael Williams , Brandon Rosser or maybe even Standhardinger to play for the RP team this early.I'd like to see more US Division 1 players on the squad.

makotosing
09-19-2011, 02:39 PM
The Malaysians won over UAE during Jones Cup, then over India recently in the still on going Fiba Asia Championship in Wuhan.



This is what the Malaysian Coach said:

“Our players are mentally prepared. They gained lots of experiences and confidences from William Jones Cup.” national head coach Goh Cheng Huat is happy with the confidence level of the players, “Let’s take this as an example; previously our players will get panic when facing the Philippines, but now they have erased the phobia and do realized that we are not far away from a minus-naturalized players Philippines team,” Coach Goh added, “this kind of mentality is important on carrying us to go further in this tournament.”

seigle42
09-19-2011, 04:55 PM
ateneo, san beda, letran and san sebastian stags also philippine U-19 team can win south east asian games gold medal.

other countries said were malaysia and indonesia, "we just fight and fight and use mentally until the end. win or lose, just we'll fight."

makotosing
09-20-2011, 06:23 AM
Malaysia won over Uzbekistan... fiba asia championship 2011, wuhan.
Indonesia won over India.
This is good.
sea games would be interesting...

AlYuson
09-20-2011, 05:34 PM
This is what the Malaysian Coach said:

“Our players are mentally prepared. They gained lots of experiences and confidences from William Jones Cup.” national head coach Goh Cheng Huat is happy with the confidence level of the players, “Let’s take this as an example; previously our players will get panic when facing the Philippines, but now they have erased the phobia and do realized that we are not far away from a minus-naturalized players Philippines team,” Coach Goh added, “this kind of mentality is important on carrying us to go further in this tournament.”

That's absurd. Philippines historically without a naturalized center has owned Malaysia so many times before with huge winning margin. While they luckily (tsamba) won in Jones Cup giving their head coach a confidence to boost publicity for their marked improvement (kuno).. there's no way malaysians can make a monumental upset against Philippines team A or B..not in 10 years :cool:

kisssabayhug
09-20-2011, 06:54 PM
Will Thailand be able to compete in SEA games basketball? Didn't FIBA withdraw accreditation for their national basketball governing body?

Also, the statements by the Malaysian coach makes me laugh. I'm guessing he's basing his statements on his experiences with the Pinoy players in the ABL-- who are mostly guys who haven't made it to the PBA. I say if Coach Norman wants Marcus on the team, by all means take him but only play him if absolutely necessary.

makotosing
09-21-2011, 01:06 AM
how about if we let our current 16 under team play in sea games.... it doesn't matter if they lose... it will toughen them up... let us not care of the sea games gold.. let's make it a training field for the kids/boys and not as playing grounds of the men.

makotosing
09-21-2011, 01:37 AM
Will Thailand be able to compete in SEA games basketball? Didn't FIBA withdraw accreditation for their national basketball governing body?

Also, the statements by the Malaysian coach makes me laugh. I'm guessing he's basing his statements on his experiences with the Pinoy players in the ABL-- who are mostly guys who haven't made it to the PBA. I say if Coach Norman wants Marcus on the team, by all means take him but only play him if absolutely necessary.


Actually that was his latest statements.
There were other statements made.

After their game against the Philippines (during the William Jones Cup, their coach said:

"just played d best game in Jones cup coz we match them during first n second qtrs 13/16 & 21/21 score we done well on zone defense n able to attack on offense but only lost on 3 rd qtr 11/27 . 4th qtr we beat them 23/22 anyway if they will to played with only pinoy we can match them anytime now"

I think they consider ABL competition as high level.

This is what he said:

“Through ABL (ASEAN Basketball League), I can see Thailand is a very strong squad with their local talents. Malaysia is on par with them, and Indonesia slightly better,” coach Goh also taking Singapore into the picture, “never underestimate Singapore too, their local talents were benefited by training under the Slingers and competing in the ABL.”

Meanwhile, coach Goh also feels that we shouldn’t be phobia when facing the Philippine. “Before I was involved in the ABL, I thought the Philippine was really great; but after 2 seasons of competing with them, I found that thing that make different between us and them is basically game experiences,” coach God said, “they have better local league and game exposure. Hopefully after knowing their strong point compare to our weak point, we are able to reduce the deficit and catch up with them.”

fadzki
09-21-2011, 02:59 AM
Actually that was his latest statements.
There were other statements made.

After their game against the Philippines (during the William Jones Cup, their coach said:

"just played d best game in Jones cup coz we match them during first n second qtrs 13/16 & 21/21 score we done well on zone defense n able to attack on offense but only lost on 3 rd qtr 11/27 . 4th qtr we beat them 23/22 anyway if they will to played with only pinoy we can match them anytime now"

I think they consider ABL competition as high level.

This is what he said:

“Through ABL (ASEAN Basketball League), I can see Thailand is a very strong squad with their local talents. Malaysia is on par with them, and Indonesia slightly better,” coach Goh also taking Singapore into the picture, “never underestimate Singapore too, their local talents were benefited by training under the Slingers and competing in the ABL.”

Meanwhile, coach Goh also feels that we shouldn’t be phobia when facing the Philippine. “Before I was involved in the ABL, I thought the Philippine was really great; but after 2 seasons of competing with them, I found that thing that make different between us and them is basically game experiences,” coach God said, “they have better local league and game exposure. Hopefully after knowing their strong point compare to our weak point, we are able to reduce the deficit and catch up with them.”

Wait till the faced the SMB-ABL team... SMB-ABL team will win all their games this season.... :D:D:D

Jeon_Addict
09-21-2011, 03:31 AM
Malaysia shouldn't be taken lightly, they're giving Chinese Taipie a run for their money. 36 - 29 Chinese Taipie...2nd Qtr. 4 mins. remaining.

Jeon_Addict
09-21-2011, 04:05 AM
Spoke too soon... Chinese Taipie adjusting... 81-47 end of 3rd. :D

Jeon_Addict
09-21-2011, 04:24 AM
109-62 Final Score! :) Chinese Taipei

lrangels
09-22-2011, 07:45 PM
It's good to see Malaysia and Indonesia making their mark as a competitive team in on-going FIBA-Asia Championships in Wuhan.

However, I don't think there is a need for a Marcus Douthit in our SEA Games roster. Yes, having Marcus Douthit strengthens the Philippines' chances to win the gold medal; however, if looking at the big picture in terms of player development, it wouldn't help at all.

Sending our college players in the SEA Games would help them develop, learn, and discover the nuances of playing the international game at the senior men's level. That way, we are looking more towards the future and figure out who among the players will be slowly integrated to our elite men's team.

;)

lrangels
09-22-2011, 07:56 PM
109-62 Final Score! :) Chinese Taipei

The thing with Malaysia and Indonesia is that they can be very competitive against us or against other teams, but as the game progresses, these teams (Malaysia and Indonesia) cannot keep up due to their lack of depth.

;)

makotosing
09-23-2011, 03:03 AM
malaysia lost to UAE in their classification match (9th to 12th)
score: 87-89...

makotosing
09-23-2011, 03:05 AM
It's good to see Malaysia and Indonesia making their mark as a competitive team in on-going FIBA-Asia Championships in Wuhan.

However, I don't think there is a need for a Marcus Douthit in our SEA Games roster. Yes, having Marcus Douthit strengthens the Philippines' chances to win the gold medal; however, if looking at the big picture in terms of player development, it wouldn't help at all.

Sending our college players in the SEA Games would help them develop, learn, and discover the nuances of playing the international game at the senior men's level. That way, we are looking more towards the future and figure out who among the players will be slowly integrated to our elite men's team.

;)


i agree...

CKR13
10-14-2011, 03:25 AM
Speaking of Malaysia, the National Team is currently in Taiwan and participating in an Invitational Tourney for their SEA Games build-up.

EDIT:

The Invitational Tourney is the 2011 Probation Cup Invitational Tournament

7 of the 9 teams that are participating are from Taiwan's SBL.

rocketstar47
10-16-2011, 05:57 AM
Philippines will thrash out all their opponents 100%

lrangels
10-16-2011, 10:35 PM
This just in! FIBA has just lifted the suspension handed to Thailand. In light of this event, it is likely that Thailand will field a team in the upcoming SEA Games on November 11th.

;)

rocketstar47
10-26-2011, 07:39 AM
Philippines will win the gold!!!!

rocketstar47
11-01-2011, 06:20 AM
Malaysia is a team to watch in the
upcoming SEA Games they finish 12th
in the recent 26th FIBA Asia Championships
and they are determined to beat the less
naturalized Phil team.

auspice
11-01-2011, 07:46 AM
SEA GAMES 2011

[Basketball draw]

Group A

Philippines
Thailand
Cambodia
Vietnam


Group B

Indonesia
Malaysia
Singapore
Myanmar

source (http://us.sport.vivanews.com/news/read/260473-tim-basket-ina-di-grup-berat)

rocketstar47
11-01-2011, 08:57 AM
SEA GAMES 2011

[Basketball draw]

Group A

Philippines
Thailand
Cambodia
Vietnam


Group B

Indonesia
Malaysia
Singapore
Myanmar

source (http://us.sport.vivanews.com/news/read/260473-tim-basket-ina-di-grup-berat)


Oh! this years SEA Games is interesting teams that will compete are
increasing this means that basketball in the region is now popular
because of ABL.

lovexinh99
11-01-2011, 02:37 PM
I can't see Vietnam anywhere here? Is Vietnam join this sea games 2011 (http://www.24h.com.vn/seagame-26-c358.html) basketball leaguage?

lrangels
11-02-2011, 03:08 PM
I can't see Vietnam anywhere here? Is Vietnam join this sea games 2011 (http://www.24h.com.vn/seagame-26-c358.html) basketball leaguage?

There are eight teams confirmed for the SEA Games. Vietnam is one of them, and they're bracketed with Philippines, Thailand, and Cambodia. It's great to see Cambodia and Myanmar in the tournament.

For more,

02/11/2011
26th SEA Games: Draw completed as basketball returns to SEA Games fold

JAKARTA, Indonesia (26th SEA Games): Basketball competitions return to the SEA Games fold after a break of one edition – when Laos the hosts of the previous edition decided to cut down the number of disciplines – with 10 teams in the men’s section and five among women in fray for the medals.

The draw for the men’s competition was completed on Tuesday under the supervision of FIBA Asia Secretary General and the Technical Delegate for basketball event Dato’ Yeoh Choo Hock (third from left in the pic above).

The basketball event of the 26th SEA Games will also feature the National Teams of Thailand who were recently reinstated into the FIBA Asia family after a suspension.

“We are all very excited for a lot of reasons,” said Dato’ Yeoh after the draw.

“For one, basketball is back in the SEA Games. Thailand’s suspension has been revoked. And to me it means an additional competition of very high quality in our region,” he said.

“With the ABL being a grand success over the last two years, teams from South East Asia have improved tremendously and their performance in recent FIBA Asia competitions is an example. I am sure the competition at SEA Games will be another step,” he said.

Groupings for the Preliminary Round – Men’s competition

Group A: Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam.

Group B: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar

The top two teams from each group will advance to the cris-cross semifinals.

Five teams: Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia and Myanmar will battle it out in the women’s section in a single group round-robin at the end of which the medals will be decided.

The 26th SEA Games is scheduled to be inaugurated by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on Nov 11 and will run till Nov 22. Basketball games will be played between Nov 14-20.

FIBA Asia

lrangels
11-02-2011, 03:09 PM
Oh! this years SEA Games is interesting teams that will compete are
increasing this means that basketball in the region is now popular
because of ABL.

I agree! This is going to be the very first test of how contribution the ABL has made to the growth of Basketball in the region. This should also make the Philippine campaign more interesting or challenging.

;)

tmlouk
11-02-2011, 10:54 PM
Anyone knows something about the MYANMAR (BURMA) Basketball history (Men/Women)? Did they ever played some games in the past?

usausa
11-03-2011, 12:08 AM
http://www.philstar.com/article.aspx?articleid=725712&publicationsubcategoryid=200

tmlouk
11-03-2011, 08:25 AM
http://www.philstar.com/article.aspx?articleid=725712&publicationsubcategoryid=200

The Final Ranking - 4th Asean-China Tournament

Ist Place - Malyasia
2nd Place - China Guangxi
3rd Place - Singapore
4th Place - Chinese Taipei
5th Place - China Pingguo
6th Place - China Hongkong
7th place - Cambodia
8th Place - Macao
9th Place - Vietnam
10th Place - Myanmar
11th Place - Laos


But there are no results to find for Myanmar Games:(

rocketstar47
11-03-2011, 03:17 PM
Oh malaysia wins the ASEAN Invitationals

Nico4nicolas
11-04-2011, 03:01 AM
Apparently, this will be the roster of Philippines: http://www.smartgilasbasketball.com/tournaments/sea-games-basketball-roster/

durden_tyler
11-04-2011, 06:12 AM
i'd be disappointed if we can't win by an average of 25 points. Philippines just has no competition in this region.

VietNamBasketball
11-04-2011, 02:38 PM
Oh, vietnam has team too

Servinio
11-05-2011, 03:57 AM
The Final Ranking - 4th Asean-China Tournament

Ist Place - Malyasia
2nd Place - China Guangxi
3rd Place - Singapore
4th Place - Chinese Taipei
5th Place - China Pingguo
6th Place - China Hongkong
7th place - Cambodia
8th Place - Macao
9th Place - Vietnam
10th Place - Myanmar
11th Place - Laos


But there are no results to find for Myanmar Games:(
For the first time, the Philippines did not participate in this tournament after winning the first three editions through Smart Gilas (2008) and the Misamis Oriental Meteors (2009 and 2010).

weward
11-05-2011, 04:33 AM
For the first time, the Philippines did not participate in this tournament after winning the first three editions through Smart Gilas (2008) and the Misamis Oriental Meteors (2009 and 2010).

the first tournament of gilas in which they won the tournament. Franz Pumaren downplayed the achievement of gilas saying that the tournament is just the level of philippine's collegiate teams.

rocketstar47
11-05-2011, 10:09 AM
Cambodia i think will be bannered by three half americans.

tmlouk
11-05-2011, 04:36 PM
Cambodia i think will be bannered by three half americans.

joke???

rocketstar47
11-06-2011, 02:53 AM
joke???

no its not!

usausa
11-06-2011, 04:06 AM
I know they have been using three players that play overseas, but I don't know if they are American...I know one plays in Sweden, one did play in the US (I'm assuing Soup Toun is playing). We'll find out the rosters soon enough.

tmlouk
11-06-2011, 08:14 AM
no its not!

[B]it isn`t a Fiba tournament, so why should be banned? where did u have found the news, that they have naturalized americans?

tmlouk
11-06-2011, 08:31 AM
Here is one guy, who will play for Cambodia. He plays in Austria (2. or 3. league)

http://www.fcn-baskets.at/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=100:doll-thero-stefan-sao&catid=45:team-news&Itemid=112

auspice
11-08-2011, 06:35 AM
SEA Games: Sinag PHL coach Black picks hosts, Malaysians as tough contenders

Norman Black picked Indonesia and Malaysia as the toughest threats to the Philippines' bid to retain the men's basketball crown in the 26th Southeast Asian Games, but is at the same time wary about Thailand whose strength is suspect.

The hosts and the Malaysians, who holds the reputation of having snapped the Filipinos' domination of the sport in the region in the 1977 SEA Games, are expected to go all out against Sinag Pilipinas.

"But right now, my focus is on the team, letting the players understand the system because we were only complete last Monday," he said. "Hopefully we will be in the level that we want before the competition starts."

And the Thais?

Thailand, because of a leadership crisis in its national federation, was suspended in March this year, but managed to have that ban lifted by the International Basketball Federation early last month.

Thus, no one really knows if Thailand would be bringing in a surprise package in the 26th edition of the SEA Games Indonesia is hosting in Palembang, Jakarta and West Java starting on November 11.

But the draw and schedule, according to Black, favors his team that is composed mostly of collegiate standouts plus Chris Tiu and a few Filipino-Americans.

The Philippines will face Thailand on the last day of the preliminaries in Group A on November 16, allowing Black and his staff to thoroughly scout the team that has been the country's perennial rival in SEA Games basketball.

"We still don't know what kind of team Thailand is because they were suspended before. Now, we will get the chance to scout them during the tournament," said Black.

The Filipinos are bracketed in Group A with Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam while host Indonesia leads Group B along with Malaysia, Singapore and Myanmar.

Sinag Pilipinas will face Cambodia on November 14 and Vietnam on November 15. All of Sinag's games in Jakarta is at 12 noon (1 p.m. Manila time).

The top two teams from each group will advance to the cross-over semifinal round where the Nationals could face either the hosts or the Malaysians.

Black after dropping San Sebastian teammates Ian Sanggalang and Ronald Pascual for missing the team's practices, has his pool cut to 14. He will name the final 12 during the team managers' meeting on November 11 in Jakarta.

Besides Tiu, also on the 14-man lineup are San Beda's Dave Marcelo, Garvo Lanete and Jake Pascual; Ateneo's Greg Slaughter, Kiefer Ravena, Emman Monfort, Nico Salva and Justin Chua; Far Eastern University's RR Garcia, National University's Bobby Ray Parks, University of Santo Tomas's Jeric Teng and Jeric Fortuna; and Filipino-Americans Cliff Hodge and Chris Ellis

source (http://www.gmanews.tv/story/237620/sports/sea-games-sinag-phl-coach-black-picks-hosts-malaysians-as-tough-contenders)

b3lowzro
11-08-2011, 09:31 AM
Anyone knows something about the MYANMAR (BURMA) Basketball history (Men/Women)? Did they ever played some games in the past?

well they hosted a SEABA youth tourney back then (2010) before that I have no other knowledge.

rocketstar47
11-08-2011, 11:26 AM
[B]it isn`t a Fiba tournament, so why should be banned? where did u have found the news, that they have naturalized americans?

I Didnt say they are naturalized americans.

tmlouk
11-10-2011, 01:31 PM
SEAgames-Homepage is down:mad:. Does some knows updated infos about he rosters?

usausa
11-10-2011, 02:08 PM
Sopat Toun didn't make the trip acording to the head coach Austin Koledoye Cambodia Basketball federation page on facebook.

Sop Oeun, Pek Mith, Bi Thach, and one other foreigner.

Also of note, one of hte Cambodian NT players just died in an auto crash a few dys ago trying to give money he earned to his family. Phal Sorphor was the most promising and one of the best players in Cambodia, and it was a shock to everyone.
Cambodia Basketball Star Killed in Auto Crash (http://www.expat-advisory.com/articles/southeast-asia/cambodia/cambodia-basketball-star-killed-auto-crash)

tmlouk
11-10-2011, 05:36 PM
Philippines will thrash out all their opponents 100%

What to expect from the PHI Team. I only know Slaughter, but who are the others? I miss all the players from the NT at the Asian Champs...:confused:

http://www.gmanews.tv/story/237620/sports/sea-games-sinag-phl-coach-black-picks-hosts-malaysians-as-tough-contenders

auspice
11-11-2011, 03:29 AM
Sinag 5 still working on chemistry - Tiu

MANILA, Philippines - Sinag Pilipinas is very competitive with its individual talents but has to build on chemistry four days before playing its first game in the 26th SEA Games basketball men’s competition at the Britama SportMal in Kelapa Gading, Jakarta.

That’s the observation of Chris Tiu, the lone holdover of the Philippine team that saw the oppositions in the last SEABA championship that served as qualifying event for the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship in Wuhan, China.

“This team can still beat our Southeast Asian neighbors pero baka hindi tambakan (but probably not by a rout). The problem is that we’re struggling to jell since we’ve been training for only three weeks,” said Tiu.

“The team still lacks cohesion but I can say that we’re improving,” the former Ateneo deadshot added.

The Nationals have played four tune-up matches, playing Cebuana Lhuillier to a tie, yielding to San Miguel Beer-Pilipinas and to Cobra before finally winning one in its rematch with SMB-Pilipinas.

“The team is really strong with its individual talents but is struggling to find chemistry,” said Tiu.

Tiu said the team has the ceiling, quickness and shooting.

Coach Norman Black has in his pool Tiu, seven-foot center Greg Slaughter, Jake Pascual, Chris Ellis, Garvo Lanete, Emman Monfort, Cliff Hodge, Bobby Ray Parks, RR Garcia, Kiefer Ravena, Nico Salva, Jeric Fortuna, Jeric Teng and Justin Chua.

They have been trying to insert San Beda star David Marcelo and it’s uncertain whether he can still be accommodated.

With the lineup that they have, Tiu said they could well dominate the field if they have gotten enough training together.

What’s going with the Nationals is a favorable grouping.

The squad is tipped to top Group A where it is slated to play Cambodia Monday, Vietnam on Tuesday and Thailand the next day before the crossover semis and gold medal match.

Expected to advance from the other group are Indonesia and Malaysia.

“Indonesia and Malaysia are pretty solid. They are experienced teams. Malaysia even reached the second round of the recent FIBA Asia,” Tiu noted.

[source] (http://www.philstar.com/SportsArticle.aspx?articleId=746809&publicationSubCategoryId=69)

usausa
11-11-2011, 01:11 PM
SEAgames-Homepage is down:mad:. Does some knows updated infos about he rosters?

Nothing posted yet on the results website. That is accesible, unlike the regular website.

http://apps.seag2011.com/rs2011/bm/cm/MedalsTally.aspx?sname=26th

And here is a link to all Live Stats
http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=11-7918-0-196486-0&sID=193642

mangangalakal
11-12-2011, 05:06 AM
The Malaysians won over UAE during Jones Cup, then over India recently in the still on going Fiba Asia Championship in Wuhan.



This is what the Malaysian Coach said:

“Our players are mentally prepared. They gained lots of experiences and confidences from William Jones Cup.” national head coach Goh Cheng Huat is happy with the confidence level of the players, “Let’s take this as an example; previously our players will get panic when facing the Philippines, but now they have erased the phobia and do realized that we are not far away from a minus-naturalized players Philippines team,” Coach Goh added, “this kind of mentality is important on carrying us to go further in this tournament.”


"we are not far away from a minus-naturalized players Philippines team"

this can only mean two things: hubris or genuine confidence in the fact that they are sending veterans against our collegiate boys. Is SINAG ready for the mental aspect???

Hardy
11-12-2011, 09:10 AM
good luck for all teams.. especially indonesia :D

usausa
11-12-2011, 03:48 PM
Team lists now posted on event website...doesn't give any height/weight for the player but names nonetheless work.

tmlouk
11-12-2011, 07:34 PM
Vietnam has got a very young Roster. Just one guy is 29y.o. Others around 20

Myanmar from 17yo to 36yo.

tmlouk
11-13-2011, 11:39 AM
Sopat Toun didn't make the trip acording to the head coach Austin Koledoye Cambodia Basketball federation page on facebook
Sop Oeun, Pek Mith, Bi Thach, and one other foreigner.

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Is his name SOEPEEN TOUN or Sopat Toun? I only can find SOEPEEN in the stats of 2007

tmlouk
11-13-2011, 12:57 PM
Tomorrow, the tournament starts.
Let`s share predictions for the games

usausa
11-13-2011, 03:34 PM
Is his name SOEPEEN TOUN or Sopat Toun? I only can find SOEPEEN in the stats of 2007

My fault, spelling error. Sopeen or Soap Toun, you'll see both spellings from what I can see. I was pretty tired when I typed it, I don't think that post makes too much sense now that I read it lol.

My predictions for Day 1:
Thailand bt Vietnam +27
Philippines bt. Cambodia +61
Malaysia bt. Singapore +11
Indonesia bt. Myanmar +32

tmlouk
11-13-2011, 03:45 PM
My fault, spelling error. Sopeen or Soap Toun, you'll see both spellings from what I can see. I was pretty tired when I typed it, I don't think that post makes too much sense now that I read it lol.

My predictions for Day 1:
Thailand bt Vietnam +27
Philippines bt. Cambodia +61
Malaysia bt. Singapore +11
Indonesia bt. Myanmar +32

Mo Problem:).
Isn`t is a little bit to much, because PHI is comming with an College All Star team and Cambodia lost to PHI in 2007 with 50 difference.
Or did Phillipine always take part with a college AllStar Team in the last SeaGames?

Jeon_Addict
11-13-2011, 11:44 PM
I read in Sea Games website Myanmmar has 5 naturalized chinese

tmlouk
11-14-2011, 01:13 AM
I read in Sea Games website Myanmmar has 5 naturalized chinese

But with those players, they have lost to Singapore 38:106 2 weeks ago, if they were already naturalized at the china-asean tournament.

usausa
11-14-2011, 05:35 AM
Thailand 85-54 Vietnam
Philippines 127-68 Cambodia

Khalid80
11-14-2011, 07:03 AM
My predictions for Day 1:
Thailand bt Vietnam +27
Philippines bt. Cambodia +61
Malaysia bt. Singapore +11
Indonesia bt. Myanmar +32


Thailand 85-54 Vietnam
Philippines 127-68 Cambodia


Awesome predictions there Martin bro :)
You almost nailed both games :D

rycorpz
11-14-2011, 07:26 AM
Awesome predictions there Martin bro :)
You almost nailed both games :D

Pareng Khalid what's up Musta do you have a version of SEA Games on your region? Kung meron if there is are you sending future or young ballers or Senior team B?

auspice
11-14-2011, 08:34 AM
SEAG: Sinag Pilipinas demolishes Cambodia

abs-cbnNEWS.com

MANILA, Philippines - Sinag Pilipinas opened its gold medal campaign in the Southeast Asian Games basketball tournament with a 127-68 demolition of Cambodia Monday afternoon in Indonesia.

Seven Filipino players scored in double figures, led by Kiefer Ravena who had 17 points on 8-of-8 shooting.

RR Garcia (16 points), Garvo Lanete, (15 points) Nico Salva, (14 points) Dave Marcelo (12 points), Chris Ellis (12 points) and Bobby Ray Parks (10 points) also had double-digit outputs.

Sinag Pilipinas pulled away from Cambodia early in the first period, when they unleashed a 12-0 run to turn a 13-all deadlock to a 25-13 lead.

Cambodia could not recover from that run, and the Philippines posted leads of as much as 59 points and ran away with the victory.

Most of the Filipinos' points came from inside the paint, where they made 74 points. They outworked the Cambodians on the boards, 44-24, and shared the ball better, tallying 26 assists to only 8 from Cambodia.

Although the team had only trained together for less than a month, they showed chemistry in their running game, translating Cambodia's 19 turnovers into 21 points.

They also tallied 12 fast-break points, with Ravena, Parks and Garcia doing much of their damage in transition.

Ravena, the UAAP Season 74 Rookie of the Year, punctuated Sinag's win with a breakaway dunk in the middle of the 3rd period, which was part of an 7-0 run that pushed the Philippines' lead to 32, 78-46.

Sinag Pilipinas is hoping to duplicate the feat achieved by the Gabe Norwood-led Philippine team in the 2007 SEA Games, which romped its way to the gold medal.

The scores:

PH (127) - Ravena 17, Garcia 16, Lanete 15, Salva 14, Ellis 12, Marcelo 12, Parks 10, Tiu 9, Hodge 9, Pascual 6, Slaughter 5, Monfort 2

Cambodia (68) - Pek 24, Sophoeun 24, Boroth 15, Kim 3, Monh 2, Sovann 0, Meas 0, Kim 0, Lov 0, Therro 0, Chom 0

tmlouk
11-14-2011, 09:17 AM
Myanmar women seems to another fake team.

each way
11-14-2011, 09:50 AM
But with those players, they have lost to Singapore 38:106 2 weeks ago, if they were already naturalized at the china-asean tournament.

They didn't play their best team bud that day

tmlouk
11-14-2011, 10:02 AM
They didn't play their best team bud that day

do u know, if the naturalized player took part at that tournament, because all games were lost?? not only against singapore.. .

each way
11-14-2011, 10:27 AM
Anyone know where we can follow live scores of games?

each way
11-14-2011, 10:48 AM
Halftime: 31 all

Pathman leading scorer with 9 points

each way
11-14-2011, 11:34 AM
Malaysia 67-59 final

Khalid80
11-14-2011, 12:15 PM
Pareng Khalid what's up Musta do you have a version of SEA Games on your region? Kung meron if there is are you sending future or young ballers or Senior team B?

OT:

Pareng Rycorpz there's the WABA Championship (West Asian Basketball Association) qualifiers from which the top 4 teams qualify to the Asian Championship after playing home and away games against each other..
The 6 teams that are playing in the WABA are Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Iran, Iraq and Yemen (Palestine is supposed to play as well but they are usually withdrawing from this tournament cause they can't send a team due to the situation between them and Israel).

This championship is done for both the senior teams and at junior competitions (U18 and U16) as well.

We usually field our A team because the other teams are also doing so and not qualifying to the Asian Championship from this tournament would be a huge disaster :D

In the Gulf Region there's also the GCC Championship qualifiers (Gulf Cooperation Council) where the top 3 teams qualify to the Asian Championship after playing home and away games against each other.
The 6 teams that are playing in the GCC are UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait.

Hope I was able to answer your questions :)

tmlouk
11-14-2011, 12:45 PM
Myanmar is only playing with 5 bplayers (the 5 chinese maybe). What a fake. If they have no burmese players, they should stay at home. Asian Basketball is really strange

KieferRavena
11-14-2011, 01:01 PM
Anyone know where we can follow live scores of games?

http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=11-7918-0-163978-0&sID=193642

At This Site, you Can watch all the live scores & live Stats:)

zoman114
11-14-2011, 01:23 PM
website for sea games/sinag photos?

kisssabayhug
11-14-2011, 02:53 PM
Can someone PLEASE get a better director for the basketball coverage? Too many cuts and changes in camera angles. For one thing, you DON'T need to cut to a closeup of the basket every time a shot is made. It just winds up looking stupid when the shot is missed (and missing the subsequent rebound play) or turns out to be a fake. I almost threw up watching the game.

usausa
11-14-2011, 03:12 PM
Singapore 59-67 Malaysia
Indonesia 84-45 Singapore

Anyone got video? Are there links ot watch online?

usausa
11-14-2011, 08:57 PM
Cambodia basketball team Pre-SEA Games vs Vietnam (youtube video) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmUzMqpkBbQ)

seigle42
11-15-2011, 03:33 AM
false-alarm news in asia-basket.com , he is not chico lanete of PBA,

is garvo lanete of san beda college red lions

KieferRavena
11-15-2011, 06:23 AM
false-alarm news in asia-basket.com , he is not chico lanete of PBA,

is garvo lanete of san beda college red lions


ya ,the news is wrong:p

Chico is Garvo's Old Brother(and Von Harry,too) , he's play for Meralco Bolts

in PBA now

rycorpz
11-15-2011, 07:00 AM
OT:

Pareng Rycorpz there's the WABA Championship (West Asian Basketball Association) qualifiers from which the top 4 teams qualify to the Asian Championship after playing home and away games against each other..
The 6 teams that are playing in the WABA are Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Iran, Iraq and Yemen (Palestine is supposed to play as well but they are usually withdrawing from this tournament cause they can't send a team due to the situation between them and Israel).

This championship is done for both the senior teams and at junior competitions (U18 and U16) as well.

We usually field our A team because the other teams are also doing so and not qualifying to the Asian Championship from this tournament would be a huge disaster :D

In the Gulf Region there's also the GCC Championship qualifiers (Gulf Cooperation Council) where the top 3 teams qualify to the Asian Championship after playing home and away games against each other.
The 6 teams that are playing in the GCC are UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait.

Hope I was able to answer your questions :)

OO naman Thanks Pareng Khalid OT Kailan kaya mangyayari Lebanon(with Khatib) vs. Philippines FIBA Asia Finals unless China and Iran has something to say :)

tmlouk
11-15-2011, 03:39 PM
Prediction for Day 3.


Women

Thailand Women vs Malaysia Women

Phillipine Women vs Myanmar Women


Men

PHI vs THAI

INA vs SIN

VIE vs CAM

MAL vs MYA


your thoughts?

usausa
11-15-2011, 04:10 PM
Prediction for Day 3.


Women

Thailand Women vs Malaysia Women

Phillipine Women vs Myanmar Women


Men

PHI vs THAI

INA vs SIN

VIE vs CAM

MAL vs MYA


your thoughts?

Results mens yesterday:
Cambodia 62-85 Thailand
Vietnam 53-107 Philippines
Myanmar 74-91 Singapore
Malaysia 45-59 Indonesia

Predictions:
Philippines +41
Indonesia +13
Cambodia +3
Malaysia +29

zoman114
11-15-2011, 11:24 PM
THAILAND over CAMBODIA, 85-62
THA 85 - Kruatiwa 15, Klahan 13, Kongkum 11, Sangthong 10, Jantuma 9, Apiromvilaichai DN 8, Kaedum 8, Apiromvilaichai DG 4, Lertmalaiporn 3, Dasom 2, Ghogar 2, Rittiphanyawong 0
CAM 62 - Sophoeun 28, Pek 16, Boroth 11, Kim V 4, Kim R 3, Sovann 0, Monh 0, Lov 0, Therro 0
QS: 19-14, 38-29, 67-44, 85-62

Best Players:
THA: Ratdech Kruatiwa - 15pts, 5rebs, 2asts, 1stl, 5 triples
CAM: Oeun Sophoeun - 28pts, 6rebs, 3stls, 1blk
Key Stats:
Rebounds: THA 49 - CAM 31
Assists: THA 17 - CAM 5
2nd Chance Points: THA 20 - CAM 8

PHILIPPINES over VIETNAM, 107-53
PHL 107 - Slaughter 20, Parks 19, Ellis 11, Lanete 11, Marcelo 9, Pascual 8, Hodge 8, Ravena 8, Tiu 4, Salva 4, Monfort 3, Garcia 2
VIE 53 - Nguyen HH 11, Le NT 10, Trieu 8, Duong 7, Doan 7, Hoang 6, Ngo 2, Vu 2, Nguyen ST 0, Le TD 0, Du 0
QS: 32-4, 59-23, 84-41, 107-53

Best Players:
PHL: Greg Slaughter - 20pts, 6rebs, 2blks, 1ast
VIE: Huynh Hai Nguyen - 11pts, 4rebs, 1ast, 2 triples
Key Stats:
Rebounds: PHL 44 - VIE 25
Turnovers: PHL 16 - VIE 31
Points in the Paint: PHL 58 - VIE 24

SINGAPORE over MYANMAR, 91-74
SIN 91 - Koh MK 25, Lim 15, Ng 11, Oh 10, Khoo 10, Lim 6, Matialakan 6, Wong WL 2, Wu 2, Koh G 2, Wong SY 2, Goh 0
MYA 74 - Chan 24, Phay 20, Cho 12, Gyi 7, Kyi 7, Ta 4, Gaung 0, Tun Tun 0, Aye 0
QS: 15-15, 46-27, 72-51, 91-74

Best Players:
SIN: Meng Koon Koh - 25pts, 6rebs, 3stls, 2asts, 4 triples
MYA: Chan Chan - 24pts, 10rebs, 3asts, 1stl, 3 triples
Key Stats:
Assists: SIN 21 - MYA 8
Steals: SIN 11 - MYA 4
Turnovers: SIN 9 - MYA 20

INDONESIA over MALAYSIA, 59-45
INA 59 - Koh MK 25, Lim 15, Ng 11, Oh 10, Khoo 10, Lim 6, Matialakan 6, Wong WL 2, Wu 2, Koh G 2, Wong SY 2, Goh 0
MAS 45 - Wong 12, Loh 8, Ooi 7, Wee 6, Lau 4, Kwaan 4, Ong 2, Kuppusamy 0, Batumalai 0, Kuek 0, Chee 0

Best Players:
INA: Andi Poedjakesuma - 11pts, 10rebs, 1ast, 1blk, 1stl
MAS: Chin Hong Wong - 12pts, 9rebs, 1ast, 1stl
Key Stats:
FG%: INA 36% - MAS 25%
3pts: INA 8 - MAS 4
Assists: INA 13 - MAS 4

Source: HoopNut.blogspot.com

auspice
11-16-2011, 07:58 AM
Sinag five rips Thailand, tops Group A

MANILA, Philippines – Sinag Pilipinas booked a trip to the semis as it overpowered Thailand, 103-69, at the end of the group stage in the 26th Southeast Asian Games men’s basketball today in the BritAma Arena in Indonesia.

The win put the Filipinos on top of Group A with 3-0 mark and will meet the second place in Group B possibly, host Indonesia, in the crossover semis.

Posing the toughest challenge in their group yet, Thailand zoomed to a fast start scoring the game’s first five points. But Sinag Pilipinas rallied behind the core of the four-time UAAP champion Ateneo Blue Eagles to overtake Thailand in the first canto and the rest of the team took it from there.

Emman Monfort’s triple touched off a 22-7 exchange as the Filipinos opened up their first double digit lead at 10, 22-12, halfway through the opening period.

Sinag Pilipinas led by as many as 39 as it again drew well-balanced contributions from the best amateur standouts in the country.

Six players scored in double figures led by Fil-American Clifford Hodge’s 15 points. UAAP Rookie of the Year Kiefer Ravena backed him up with 14 points, four rebounds, five assists and four steals in another sterling all-around performance.

Outrebounded by Thailand, 28-32, the Filipinos bucked that by shooting well from the field as they made 42 of their 65 attempts (65%) while issuing 23 assists.

Thailand was led by Darongpan Apiromvilaichai’s 12 points. Chanachon Klahan was the only other Thai player in double figures with 11 points.

The Scores:

Sinag Pilipinas 103 – Hodge 15, Ravena 14, Salva 12, Slaughter 11, Ellis 11, Parks 10, Lanete 8, Garcia 7, Tiu 6, Monfort 6, Marcelo 3, Pascual 0.

Thailand 69 – Darongpan Apiromvilaichai 12, Klahan 11, Kaedum 8, Kongkum 8, Jantuma 7, Sangthong 6, Lertmalaiporn 5, Kruatiwa 5, Dasom 3, Ghogar 2, Darunpong Apiromvilaichai 2, Rittiphanyawong 0.

Quarters: 31-27, 54-34, 75-49.

source: Philstar.com

usausa
11-16-2011, 08:17 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fq5RkhDqswI

Philippines-Cambodia highlights

usausa
11-16-2011, 08:23 AM
Thailand-Cambodia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR16lIiay-A

lrangels
11-16-2011, 12:42 PM
I thought that the game between Philippines and Thailand would be a lot closer as most of the players from Thailand have gained exposure by playing professionally through the ABL. In addition, given that Philippines fielded in virtually an U-23 team, some aren't even on their 20s like Parks and Ravena, I thought that this game should be the men (Thailand) versus the boys (Philippines).

;)

greenarcher
11-16-2011, 01:25 PM
Malaysia has more 3pt attempts than 2pt attempts. They were able to score 100pts including 12 3pt shots but their best player Guga Batumalai was 0/10 from the field including 0/9 from 3pt land against a team like Myanmar. LOL!

lrangels
11-16-2011, 02:34 PM
Any update of the Singapore vs. Indonesia game? I left the game with Singapore up by four (4) points with over 6-minutes left in the game.

lovejones
11-16-2011, 02:38 PM
Any update of the Singapore vs. Indonesia game? I left the game with Singapore up by four (4) points with over 6-minutes left in the game.

Indonesia won 80-75 after trailing most of the game.

http://apps.seag2011.com/rs2011/bm/cm/Schedule_type_2.aspx?sid=20&sname=Basketball&scode=bb&fid=3&gtype=L

lrangels
11-16-2011, 03:07 PM
Indonesia won 80-75 after trailing most of the game.

http://apps.seag2011.com/rs2011/bm/cm/Schedule_type_2.aspx?sid=20&sname=Basketball&scode=bb&fid=3&gtype=L

Thanks for the updated result.

That was a heart breaker by Singapore as they have led by 10 at the half. Much like the game against Malaysia, Singapore wasn't able to handle the pressure down the stretch.

;)

makotosing
11-16-2011, 10:44 PM
I thought that the game between Philippines and Thailand would be a lot closer as most of the players from Thailand have gained exposure by playing professionally through the ABL. In addition, given that Philippines fielded in virtually an U-23 team, some aren't even on their 20s like Parks and Ravena, I thought that this game should be the men (Thailand) versus the boys (Philippines).

;)

Thailand did not have enough time to practice.. It was only recently that they got out of the FIBA suspension...

makotosing
11-16-2011, 10:46 PM
So finally Malaysia will meet Philippines.......I can't wait to see the reaction and comments of the Malaysian coach after this game.....

zoman114
11-17-2011, 02:34 AM
VIETNAM over CAMBODIA, 78-57
VIE 78 - Trieu 19, Duong 14, Le 13, Nguyen H 11, Ngo 8, Vu 5, Hoang 4, Du 2, Doan 2, Nguyen S 2, Le 0, Lai 0
CAM 57 - Sophoeun 25, Pek 20, Kim V 8, Monh 4, Sovann 0, Meas 0, Boroth 0, Kim R 0, Lov 0, Therro 0, Chom 0
QS: 21-10, 38-28, 58-41, 78-57

Best Players:
VIE: Han Minh Trieu - 19pts, 4rebs, 4stls, 2 triples
CAM: Oeun Sophoeun - 25pts, 14rebs, 3stls, 2blks, 3 triples
Key Stats:
Assists: VIE 9 - CAM 2
Points in the Paint: VIE 34 - CAM 18
Turnovers: VIE 15 - CAM 32


PHILIPPINES over THAILAND, 103-69
PHL 103 - Hodge 15, Ravena 14, Salva 12, Ellis 11, Slaughter 11, Parks 10, Lanete 8, Garcia 7, Monfort 6, Tiu 6, Marcelo 3, Pascual 0
THA 69 - Apiromvilaichai DN 12, Klahan 11, Kongkum 8, Kaedum 8, Jantuma 7, Sangthong 6, Lertmalaiporn 5, Kruatiwa 5, Dasom 3, Apiromvilaichai DG 2, Ghogar 2,
QS: 37-21, 54-34, 75-49, 103-69

Best Players:
THA: Darongpan Apiromvilaichai - 12pts, 4rebs, 1ast, 1stl
PHL: Kiefer Ravena - 14pts, 5asts, 4rebs, 4stls, 1blk, 2 triples
Key Stats:
FG%: PHL 65% - THA 39%
Assists: PHL 23 - THA 9
Turnovers: PHL 14 - THA 21


MALAYSIA over MYANMAR, 100-72
MAS 100 - Wee 20, Ooi 16, Ng 16, Lau 10, Loh 9, Kuek 8, Kuppusamy 7, Ong 5, Kwaan 5, Wong 2, Chee 2, Batumalai 0
MYA 72 - Gyi 20, Chan 15, Phay 12, Cho 11, Kyi 7, Ta 3, Tun 2, Aye 2, Gaung 0, Min 0
QS: 24-16, 49-36, 79-54, 100-72

Best Players:
MAS: Chuan Chin Wee - 20pts, 6asts, 3rebs, 1stl, 2 triples
MYA: Kyar Gyi - 20pts, 8rebs, 2asts, 1stls
Key Stats:
3-pt FGs: MAS 12 - MYA 3
Rebounds: MAS 48 - MYA 37
Assists: MAS 26 - MYA 3


INDONESIA over SINGAPORE, 80-75
INA 80 - Gunawan 23, Prawiro 14, Ahmad 11, Wuysang 8, Prihantono 7, Sitepu 6, Poedjakesuma 5, Indrawan 4
SIN 75 - Koh 17, Matiakalan 17, Khoo 14, Lim 12, Oh 6, Ong 6, Wong 3, Ng 0
QS: 16-22, 32-42, 54-59, 80-75

Best Players:
INA: Rony Gunawan - 23pts, 9rebs, 2asts, 1stl, 3 triples
SIN: Pathman Matialakan - 17pts, 7rebs, 5stls, 1ast
Key Stats:
3-pt FGs: INA 10 - SIN 6
Points in the Paint: INA 28 - SIN 22
2nd Chance Points: INA 11 - SIN 6

Nico4nicolas
11-17-2011, 02:57 AM
So finally Malaysia will meet Philippines.......I can't wait to see the reaction and comments of the Malaysian coach after this game.....

There won't be much to say, I guess he will say that it's a good preparation for the coming ABL season or something like that. I see Malaysia losing by more than 5, I don't think it will be a close game.

digitalsuperman
11-17-2011, 08:06 AM
So finally Malaysia will meet Philippines.......I can't wait to see the reaction and comments of the Malaysian coach after this game.....

can't wait to see GS' reaction when the malaysian ball snatcher does his tricks on him. :D

lovejones
11-17-2011, 02:38 PM
here's something funny i got from another sports forum. it's a facebook status from sandy arespacochaga, assistant coach of team pilipinas:

"seagames news update! In our 1st game vs cambodia, rr garcia discovers the cambodia players had a back pocket on their shorts! During a free throw in front of our bench, he goes up to a cambodia player, calls out to our players on the bench, and puts his hand inside the backpocket of the cambodian! What a move! Play of the game!"

:D

greenarcher
11-18-2011, 06:05 AM
Cambodia's Oeun SOPHOEUN had 34pts, 21rebs, 2asts,3 stls and 1blk today!

:eek::eek::eek:












....against Myanmar.:p

digitalsuperman
11-18-2011, 06:12 AM
here's something funny i got from another sports forum. it's a facebook status from sandy arespacochaga, assistant coach of team pilipinas:

"seagames news update! In our 1st game vs cambodia, rr garcia discovers the cambodia players had a back pocket on their shorts! During a free throw in front of our bench, he goes up to a cambodia player, calls out to our players on the bench, and puts his hand inside the backpocket of the cambodian! What a move! Play of the game!"

:D

what's the pocket for?

usausa
11-18-2011, 06:41 AM
Cambodia's Oeun SOPHOEUN had 34pts, 21rebs, 2asts,3 stls and 1blk today!

:eek::eek::eek:
....against Myanmar.:p

Sophoeun Oeun I believe was the leading scorer of the tournament heading into the classification stages, while Pek Mith was number 2.

paolylo
11-18-2011, 11:47 AM
what's the pocket for?

beats me. no one plays with a wallet in their back pocket. maybe coins in the front pocket for wagering ice-water bets. :p

The Philippines moves on to the gold medal game. Malaysia just crumbled to the depth of the Sinag Pilipinas. another furious 3rd quarter run and Malaysia never recovered from that.

rocketstar47
11-18-2011, 12:03 PM
What's the result of philippines vs malaysia?

lovejones
11-18-2011, 12:29 PM
What's the result of philippines vs malaysia?

we won by 29 or 30 pts. i'm more interested in the match between indonesia and thailand. any links for this match?

Hardy
11-18-2011, 01:14 PM
ina 62-65 thai
wtf..

usausa
11-18-2011, 02:22 PM
What's the result of philippines vs malaysia?

103-74 Philippines
65-62 Thailand over Indonesia

Philippines-Thailand for gold medal,
Malaysia-Indonesia for bronze
Vietnam-Singapore for 5th

stefanobet(.com)
11-18-2011, 02:29 PM
103-74 Philippines
65-62 Thailand over Indonesia

Philippines-Thailand for gold medal,
Malaysia-Indonesia for bronze
Vietnam-Singapore for 5th

Philippines by 30 or more
Ind by 15
Singapore by 30 or more

lrangels
11-18-2011, 02:33 PM
we won by 29 or 30 pts. i'm more interested in the match between indonesia and thailand. any links for this match?

Philippines won by 29 points, 103-74. The game was close until the Philippines adjusted their defense midway in the 3rd quarter (Philippines leading by 5 that time) which opened up the game.

Overall, I think the game against Malaysia tested our boys, on some retrospect, as they really need games like that to grow.

;)

lrangels
11-18-2011, 02:34 PM
103-74 Philippines
65-62 Thailand over Indonesia

Philippines-Thailand for gold medal,
Malaysia-Indonesia for bronze
Vietnam-Singapore for 5th

Oh wow!, the upset of the tournament.

I am more looking for a Philippines vs. Indonesia in the gold medal game, but I guess Thailand vs. Philippines will be a good one too.

GO PHILIPPINES!!!

;)

jerard17
11-19-2011, 02:09 AM
i think indons intended to lose their game against thailand to avoid humiliation from their home crowd when they battle philippines...they knew already that phil will dump them in the finals...they much prefered losing in a close game to hide their intention...

Jomar09
11-19-2011, 04:37 AM
Though considered an upset, I think Thailand really has what it takes to beat indonesia and malaysia. Attaporn is a really good player. I think he is better than Rony Gunawan of Indonesia. Thailand's weakness is their guard corps. If only they have players such as Wuysang and Batumalai, then they will be second to the Philippines in South East Asia.

oaba09
11-19-2011, 05:53 AM
It was nice to see the Philippines getting tested during the 1st half of yesterday's game. At least now we know that they can face pressure.

I was really impressed w/ malaysia's shooting in the 1st half.

seigle42
11-19-2011, 08:36 AM
Cambodia's Oeun SOPHOEUN had 34pts, 21rebs, 2asts,3 stls and 1blk today!

:eek::eek::eek:









....against Myanmar.:p

who's won? results

seigle42
11-19-2011, 08:42 AM
Oh wow!, the upset of the tournament.

I am more looking for a Philippines vs. Indonesia in the gold medal game, but I guess Thailand vs. Philippines will be a good one too.

GO PHILIPPINES!!!

;)

it's not an upset that game. how many times thailand did won against indonesia. they're both south east asian rivalry also malaysia and singapore.

great game for these both teams.

zoman114
11-19-2011, 12:28 PM
Consolation Round
CAMBODIA over MYANMAR, 84-80
CAM 84 - Sophoeun 34, Pek 22, Monh 12, Kim 11, Lov 3, Kim R 2, Sovann 0, Meas 0, Boroth 0
MYA 80 - Chan 21, Cho 20, Gyi 13, Ta 8, Phay 7, Gaung 6, Kyi 5, Min 0, Aye 0
QS: 28-22, 43-34, 63-58, 84-80

Best Players:
CAM: Oeun Sophoeun - 34pts, 21rebs, 3stls, 2asts, 1blk
MYA: Win Cho - 20pts, 14rebs, 2asts, 1stl, 1blk
Key Stats:
FT% - CAM 76% - MYA 58%
Rebounds - CAM 48 - MYA 41
Steals - CAM 13 - MYA 10


Semifinals
PHILIPPINES over MALAYSIA, 103-74
PHL 103 - Slaughter 16, Hodge 12, Garcia 11, Pascual 11, Salva 11, Parks 8, Ellis 7, Tiu 7, Lanete 7, Monfort 6, Ravena 5, Marcelo 2
MAS 74 - Batumalai 24, Kwaan 11, Ooi 10, Wee 8, Ng 7, Kuppusamy 5, Chee 5, Wong 2, Loh 2, Ong 0, Lau 0
QS: 23-19, 44-41, 73-60, 103-74

Best Players:
PHL: Clifford Hodge - 12pts, 3asts, 2rebs, 2stls, 1blk
MAS: Guga Batumalai - 24pts, 3rebs, 2asts, 2stls, 6 triples
Key Stats:
Rebounds: PHL 40 - MAS 25
Assists: PHL 21 - MAS 9
Points in the Paint: PHL 66 - MAS 18


THAILAND over INDONESIA, 65-62
THA 65 - Lertmalaiporn 16, Apiromvilaichai Dn 15, Jantuma 12, Kruatiwa 11, Ghogar 4, Kaedum 3, Sangthong 2, Klahan 2, Kongkum 0
INA 62 - Poedjakesuma 26, Gunawan 12, Sitepu 8, Prawiro 5, Prihantono 5, Chandra 2, Dewanto 2, Situmorang 2, Ahmad 0, Wuysang 0, Indrawan 0
QS: 10-13, 30-31, 43-52, 65-62

Best Players:
THA: Darongpan Apiromvilaichai - 15pts, 4rebs, 3stls, 1ast, 1blk
INA: Andi Poedjakesuma - 26pts, 6rebs, 2asts, 6 triples
Key Stats:
FG% - THA 41% - INA 33%
FTs Made - THA 15 - INA 7
Points in the Paint - THA 30 - INA 16

mangangalakal
11-19-2011, 01:33 PM
Check out Myanmar's 5-woman army girl power!

Are these 5 players naturalized?
May Yee
Yee Yee
Than Than
MS. SUSIE
Wine Wine

Is her FULL NAME really MS. SUSIE?

http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/04/36/75/67DkZvbo7jQL/

mangangalakal
11-19-2011, 01:37 PM
it's not an upset that game. how many times thailand did won against indonesia. they're both south east asian rivalry also malaysia and singapore.

great game for these both teams.

seigle42 has a good argument, based on the historical medal standings. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basketball_at_the_Southeast_Asian_Games

But we can say that basketball is more popular in Indonesia than in Thailand. And Indonesia entered the FIBA Asia Championship, while Thailand did not. It's really hard to judge if this was REALLY an upset when you consider past performance because they are almost even. Puso lang siguro ng Thailand ang umiral. TRANS: The heart and desire to win clinched the game for the Thais.

rocketstar47
11-20-2011, 01:49 PM
sinag pilipinas beat thailand 85-57

makotosing
11-21-2011, 02:10 AM
The Indonesian basketball body has plans to send their current(2011) U16 boys team to the SEA games 2013...

digitalsuperman
11-21-2011, 02:55 AM
The Indonesian basketball body has plans to send their current(2011) U16 boys team to the SEA games 2013...

source?

rocketstar47
11-21-2011, 02:59 AM
The Indonesian basketball body has plans to send their current(2011) U16 boys team to the SEA games 2013...

that's a great idea for developing your players in future
competition...

zoman114
11-21-2011, 07:55 AM
Consolation Round
SINGAPORE over VIETNAM, 91-48
SIN 91 - Oh 15, Lim 14, Wong W 11, Goh 9, Koh G 8, Wong S 8, Khoo 8, Koh M 7, Matialakan 6, Wu 5
VIE 48 - Hoang 11, Nguyen H 8, Trieu 8, Le 7, Duong 6, Doan 4, Lai 2, Du 2, Ngo 0, Vu 0
QS: 24-12, 48-26, 70-37, 91-48

Best Players:
SIN: Desmond Oh - 15pts, 4asts, 3rebs, 2stls
VIE: Vi Han Duong - 6pts, 5rebs, 3stls
Key Stats:
FG% - SIN 46% - VIE 33%
Assists - SIN 15 - VIE 2
Turnovers - SIN 15 - VIE 32


3rd Place Game
INDONESIA over MALAYSIA, 78-54
INA 78 - Gunawan 16, Prihantono 14, Wuysang 14, Poedjakesuma 13, Sitepu 6, Ahmad 5, Indrawan 4, Prawiro 3, Situmorang 2, Chandra 1, Dewanto 0, Haryoko 0
MAS 54 - Chee 14, Kwaan 13, Batumalai 8, Wee 7, Kuppusamy 7, Ng 3, Ooi 1, Wong 1, Ong 0, Lau 0, Loh 0, Kuek 0
QS: 23-19, 44-41, 73-60, 103-74

Best Players:
INA: Rony Gunawan - 16pts, 14rebs, 3asts, 2 triples
MAS: Yoong Jing Kwaan - 13pts, 5rebs, 2blks, 1ast
Key Stats:
3pts Made: INA 10 - MAS 3
Rebounds: INA 51 - MAS 27
Second Chance Points: INA 15 - MAS 0


Championship Game
PHILIPPINES over THAILAND, 85-57
PHL 85 - Slaughter 16, Parks 15, Garcia 12, Ravena 10, Monfort 8, Tiu 6, Marcelo 6, Pascual 5, Hodge 5, Salva 2, Ellis 0
THA 57 - Kaedum 17, Sangthong 11, Lertmalaiporn 11, Kongkum 8, Apiromvilaichai DN 6, Klahan 2, Ghogar 2, Jantuma 0, Apiromvilaichai DG 0, Kruatiwa 0
QS: 21-17, 44-25, 61-42, 85-57

Best Players:
PHL: Bobby Ray Parks - 15pts, 6asts, 5rebs
THA: Chaiwat Kaedum - 17pts, 4rebs
Key Stats:
Rebounds: PHL 37 - THA 22
Assists: PHL 12 - THA 5
Points in the Paint: PHL 58 - THA 34

lrangels
11-21-2011, 03:19 PM
seigle42 has a good argument, based on the historical medal standings. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basketball_at_the_Southeast_Asian_Games

But we can say that basketball is more popular in Indonesia than in Thailand. And Indonesia entered the FIBA Asia Championship, while Thailand did not. It's really hard to judge if this was REALLY an upset when you consider past performance because they are almost even. Puso lang siguro ng Thailand ang umiral. TRANS: The heart and desire to win clinched the game for the Thais.

I actually agree with both of your arguments, and they are very valid as well. Too bad, I wasn't able to login here during the weekend to give a quick rebuttal.

I may have overstated the phrase "upset of the tournament", but I still think that it's an upset to a certain level. Not because of skill, but I am looking more on the programs from both squads, depth of its roster, as well as the preparations of both teams as they head to their semi-final encounter.

In comparison of both teams, Indonesia (not only being the host) is well-prepared than Thailand. Thailand is coming from a suspension from FIBA, which was lifted [probably] the same time Sinag Team Pilipinas began preparing as a complete unit. Indonesia have participated in tournaments such as the SEABA and FIBA-Asia tournaments. Indonesia may have also participated in small tournaments around the region.

Lastly, the depth of Indonesia's roster is better than Thailand. Bear in mind that some of Thailand's players were not able to join the team in Jakarta or Palembang, due to the flooding that struck their country as some had opted to spend time with their loved ones. Indonesia, on the other hand, have a consistent 10-man rotation.

The program of national teams. Over the turn of the new millennium or century, Indonesia have made strides to improve the level of basketball in their country. The Indonesians have a structured and established domestic professional league -- IBL. The level of play is still notches lower than the level in Philippines; however, they're probably the only nation besides the Philippines who have an established pro-league. Having a consistently ran and well-managed domestic professional league in any sport is the best avenue to gain a pool of talent in the senior men's level. Thailand, like Singapore and Malaysia, only have the ABL. Please correct me if I am wrong if there is an established domestic pro-leagues in these countries.

Overall, I think it was a good tournament and it benefited the region well. Yes, Philippines is still the dominant power in the region despite fielding only players from college leagues (some are even on their late teens) and a few from the developmental league, except Chris Tiu. However, as along as the ABL is around, basketball is expected to slowly improve around SEA.

;)

Nico4nicolas
11-22-2011, 04:16 AM
Having a consistently ran and well-managed domestic professional league in any sport is the best avenue to gain a pool of talent in the senior men's level. Thailand, like Singapore and Malaysia, only have the ABL. Please correct me if I am wrong if there is an established domestic pro-leagues in these countries.

From what I know, each country is in a different situation:
- Singapore obviously can't run a decent championship with few millions people but their team is in place for many years now. They often play against Australian teams, I even think they enter some kind of championship there but I'm really not sure about that. Earlier this year, they joined the Malaysian championship...
- Malaysia used to contect a short championship (call NBL) with few teams, the latest one featured the Singapore Slingers and the winner was the KL Dragons' team.
- In Thailand, I know every year, there is a cup which last about as long as the NBL in Malaysia.

These leagues are very short (between 1 and 2 months) due to the small number of teams. However, there are some famous professional players who joined each league, Chris Kuete (from the ABL) played in Malaysia and Thailand, he was MVP recently in Thailand. In 2010, still in Thailand, Gabe Muoneke played, I believe he is the most famous player who played in Malaysia/Thailand.

mangangalakal
11-22-2011, 07:24 AM
I actually agree with both of your arguments, and they are very valid as well. Too bad, I wasn't able to login here during the weekend to give a quick rebuttal.

I may have overstated the phrase "upset of the tournament", but I still think that it's an upset to a certain level. Not because of skill, but I am looking more on the programs from both squads, depth of its roster, as well as the preparations of both teams as they head to their semi-final encounter.

In comparison of both teams, Indonesia (not only being the host) is well-prepared than Thailand. Thailand is coming from a suspension from FIBA, which was lifted [probably] the same time Sinag Team Pilipinas began preparing as a complete unit. Indonesia have participated in tournaments such as the SEABA and FIBA-Asia tournaments. Indonesia may have also participated in small tournaments around the region.

Lastly, the depth of Indonesia's roster is better than Thailand. Bear in mind that some of Thailand's players were not able to join the team in Jakarta or Palembang, due to the flooding that struck their country as some had opted to spend time with their loved ones. Indonesia, on the other hand, have a consistent 10-man rotation.

The program of national teams. Over the turn of the new millennium or century, Indonesia have made strides to improve the level of basketball in their country. The Indonesians have a structured and established domestic professional league -- IBL. The level of play is still notches lower than the level in Philippines; however, they're probably the only nation besides the Philippines who have an established pro-league. Having a consistently ran and well-managed domestic professional league in any sport is the best avenue to gain a pool of talent in the senior men's level. Thailand, like Singapore and Malaysia, only have the ABL. Please correct me if I am wrong if there is an established domestic pro-leagues in these countries.

Overall, I think it was a good tournament and it benefited the region well. Yes, Philippines is still the dominant power in the region despite fielding only players from college leagues (some are even on their late teens) and a few from the developmental league, except Chris Tiu. However, as along as the ABL is around, basketball is expected to slowly improve around SEA.

;)

When I refer to "past performance I am exclusively referring to the SEA Games, but when everything else is factored in, I should agree with you. Apparently Thailand is very selective when it comes to joining sport tournaments.

acklium
11-22-2011, 07:46 AM
i think its not an upset
Since Thailand Slammers had won the ABL Season 2..

usausa
11-30-2011, 07:54 AM
Is anyone able to get to this page? I really want the boxscores from here from the SEA Games but the page won't load for me at home or school.

http://www.perbasi.or.id/index.php?ref=kegiatan&kat=1&n=kompetisi&j=46
http://www.perbasi.or.id/index.php?ref=kegiatan&kat=1&n=kompetisi&j=49

usausa
12-04-2011, 08:17 AM
After getting in contact with FIBA Asia, they were able to send me the .pdf files of all the boxscores, men and women...if anyone wants them, just shoot me a PM with an email address and I can forward them to you.