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lrangels
02-23-2011, 07:19 PM
Hey all! Any news when this event will take place? Who's hosting? This is the qualifying tournament for the 2011 FIBA-Asia Championships for men -- the qualifying tournament for the 2012 London Olympics.

;)

rocketstar47
02-24-2011, 02:05 AM
Is the Philippines already qualified?

lrangels
02-24-2011, 02:26 AM
Is the Philippines already qualified?

Qualified for the FIBA-Asia Championships this year? I am not sure. Some say we are because of the next 4 finishers in the Stankovic Cup last year. However, others say, that the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place finishers of the Stankovic Cup were given one extra slot for qualification in their respective sub zones.

If the first scenario holds true, the SEABA tournament is a great opportunity to send our SEA Games team led by Norman Black -- without any Smart-Gilas or PBA reinforcements. This will help the coaching staff determine if added reinforcements are needed and extra exposure to our young college stars. If the second scenario holds true, this means SEABA is allocated 3 slots to make it in Wuhan, China for the Asian Championships.

;)

Saskibaloia
02-24-2011, 08:58 AM
I think that the Philippines should be exclued from this event and be automatically allowed to qualify so that they don't turn this event in a dunk fest like in the past and smash teams by 40 points or more.

But on the flip side it's a great way to boost confidence and allow the neighbouring countries to face quality opposition.

Hardy
02-24-2011, 03:05 PM
last 2 years these tourney was held in indonesia for twice ??

lrangels
02-24-2011, 03:55 PM
I think this years SEABA tournament, wherever it may be, would a bit different. I am expecting to see Thailand be back in action after missing the 2009 edition.

The SEABA tournament is also a very good opportunity to see how much impact the ABL has made to the region. It might not make any difference with the gap between Philippines and the rest of the ASEAN countries -- yet! However, the good part is that local players got themselves exposed to tougher competition and some got discovered. A lot might have warmed the bench for their imports, but I am sure they learned a thing or two, which is vital to the improvement of basketball in our region.

;)

rocketstar47
02-25-2011, 01:19 AM
I Think Indonesia and Thailand is the next to Phils the region..

ARISTOTLE
05-13-2011, 05:11 AM
I Think Indonesia and Thailand is the next to Phils the region..

Unfortunately Thailand is suspended and Indonesia is ona rebuilding process.

b3lowzro
05-13-2011, 12:10 PM
Phil, Ina, Mas and Sing are entering the tourney while Thailand is suspended; top 3 finishers of the tourney qualifies for Wuhan. My predictions for this biennial event are Phi-Ina-Mas not in any particular order.

reamily
05-14-2011, 01:00 AM
Is Philippines sending a young team in SEABA if not whats the purpose:D:D

kaiziken_pinas
05-14-2011, 01:05 AM
Is Philippines sending a young team in SEABA if not whats the purpose:D:D

we're sending Smart Gilas for the purpose of hopefully qualifying to the FIBA Asia. ^_^ we're not officially in the competition yet.

reamily
05-14-2011, 02:49 AM
kp you have a valid point but we are getting 3 out of 4 here, out of respect to our neighbors we should give them competition and opportunity..

Absolutely we are not giving respect here in my own opinion if we send a team that we know competing against someone else... it is not like eaba and waba or the gulf..

As I would like this tournament to continue will they be able to pull 4 teams at least thats a question but seems sea games is just around the corner baka nga...

kaiziken_pinas
05-14-2011, 04:17 AM
Although I can't understand some of your points reamily,

but I think you are aware that we the players that are going to play in the FIBA Asia should play in the SEABA right?

reamily
05-14-2011, 05:44 AM
Although I can't understand some of your points reamily,

but I think you are aware that we the players that are going to play in the FIBA Asia should play in the SEABA right?

@ some point yes but in this point.. what will the team gain if we battle teams less the level of our competition but we arguing to nowhere as seaba is projected in june so most likely its the Gilas minus douthit are the ones participating... hopefully there is no major tournament or something happening that time because "sayang"

Jeon_Addict
06-06-2011, 11:40 PM
Will AKTV cover this tournament....Its a short tourney. June 23-26 only!

AlYuson
06-07-2011, 08:11 AM
we're sending Smart Gilas for the purpose of hopefully qualifying to the FIBA Asia. ^_^ we're not officially in the competition yet.

Smart gilas w/ marcus douthit at center :eek: This seaba championships will be a massacre for team philippines

rocketstar47
06-08-2011, 03:04 PM
AKTV should cover the games bcoz we want to see Smart Gilas
punishing opponents :D

lrangels
06-08-2011, 03:19 PM
The SEABA tournament seems to be a tricky situation for the Philippines since it's the qualifying tournament for the FIBA-Asia championships. It is truly an overkill to send our elite Gilas squad even if they decide to bench Marcus Douthit for the entire tournament. No disrespect to our Southeast Asian neighbors and friends, but if they follow Asian basketball constantly, they already know the quality their team will be facing. It is also obvious that the SBP and national team aren't leaving things to chance as upsets do happen.

There is also the fear of some of our key players getting injured, but that's part of sports. Players can get injured even on practices so I bet there's no argument here.

Norman Black's SEA Games team, in my opinion, is good enough to clinch a spot for the Asian championships. Since that there are three spots, instead of the traditional two, allocated for SEABA, the team composed of current college standouts can win two games against a likely contingent of ABL standouts. There is also a possibility that or SEA Games team aren't prepared yet to play internationally due to their preparations for the upcoming college season thus fielding our elite mens team seems to be a more logical choice.

The SEABA tournament is a good opportunity to test some plays that coach Toroman has in mind. It is also a good avenue to give more playing time to players like Dylan Abbabou and Jason Ballesteros as well as for Don-Don Hontiveros to figure out more about Toroman's complex system. It would be cool to have Jimmy Alapag and Kelly Williams to get themselves slowly acquainted with the system (especially Jimmy) by joining the team in Jakarta, but it would interfere with the on going PBA season. Unless...

It truly is an exaggeration to a certain level to send our elite team in a low quality tournament -- again, no disrespect to our SEA neighbors. However, it makes sense to do it anyway as upsets do occur in basketball, and give the new recruits get used to the system in a seamless manner.

;)

lrangels
06-08-2011, 03:20 PM
Will AKTV cover this tournament....Its a short tourney. June 23-26 only!

Is it live?

;)

all_about
06-08-2011, 03:34 PM
Smart Gilas will be representing the Philippines. We will not take any chances or whatsoever. We will go there to conquer and win the SEABA Championships and I bet we can do it.

usausa
06-08-2011, 05:59 PM
Any info on schedule? participating teams? Would love to see games live. Hopefully FIBA-Asia will do better in statistics as in 2007 and 2009 there are none to be found anywhere.

usausa
06-11-2011, 05:37 PM
June 23-25
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_FIBA_Asia_Championship_qualification#Southeas t_Asia

Jeon_Addict
06-17-2011, 06:48 AM
I thought we already qualified because of our finish in last year's Stankovic Cup! :confused:

reamily
06-17-2011, 01:33 PM
yeah out of 4 countries we are getting three its a shame not only to Philippines but to the other participating countries to be last in this tourney;)

even if we qualify for fiba asia from last year we would still participate in Seaba as it still a key ROI for the corporate backers of the team:D


the last thing you want to hear in this tournament is injuries as our head count in seaba barring any additions would be 10 so expect them to get much pt:eek:

and yeah Douthit playing for Seaba, what can we do we would not want to overwork Japeth at c

usausa
06-18-2011, 04:08 AM
I thought we already qualified because of our finish in last year's Stankovic Cup! :confused:

No.

SEABA was allocated 2 spots in the FIBA-Asia Championship before the Stankovic Cup. Now the Stankovic Cup Champion Lebanon qualified directly due to winning. The following 4 teams earned an additional berth for their zone in the FIBA-Asia Championship this summer. The Philippines, by virtue of finishing 4th, gave SEABA an additional berth (so 3 teams total). The Philippines DID NOT automatically qualify. Top 3 out of 4 in this tournament qualify to the FIBA-Asia's.

rocketstar47
06-19-2011, 07:47 AM
For Sure:D Pinas will demolish all the opponents here
specially Indonesia:D:D:D:D

rocketstar47
06-20-2011, 01:53 PM
Already without its PBA reinforcements, Smart Gilas Pilipinas will vie in the ninth Southeast Asian Basketball Association tournament slated June 23-26 in Jakarta, Indonesia minus four of its mainstays.

Skipper Chris Tiu said they compete in the event without JV Casio and Japeth Aguilar (foot injuries), Fil-Am Chris Lutz (hurting quadriceps) and Dylan Ababou (fever), leaving the team with only six healthy men.

They include naturalized Marcus Douthit, who led the Nationals’ fourth place finish in the recent 22nd FIBA-Asia Champions Cup. He, however, came back only recently after marrying her long-time girlfriend in the US.




Meralco’s Asi Taulava, Air21’s Dondon Hontiveros, and Talk n Text’s Kelly Williams and Jimmy Alapag, whom coach Rajko Toroman tapped to backstop the national team’s campaign, have opted to go back to their mother teams in the ongoing PBA Governors Cup.

Smart Gilas will also miss the services of seven-footer Greg Slaughter and 6-6 Aldrech Ramos, who will be suiting up for reigning champion Ateneo and Far Eastern U, respectively, in the UAAP which starts July 9, leaving the team with Mark Barroca, Marcio Lassiter, Mac Baracael and Jason Ballesteros.


Smart Gilas will play Malaysia on June 23, Indonesia the next day and Singapore on June 25 with the top two teams disputing the crown on June 26.
:D:

zoman114
06-20-2011, 02:00 PM
Smart-Gilas is barely 10-strong for the 2011 SEABA Tournament

The Southeast Asian Basketball Association Championships is only a couple of days away, but this early the heavily-favored Smart-Gilas Pilipinas quintet is looking at a harder-than-expected grind.

For one, they will be without ALL the pro players loaned to them by the PBA. Back-up slotman Asi Taulava returned to the Meralco Bolts. Dondon Hontiveros is seeing a truckload of minutes again with the Air21 Express. Kelly Williams and Jimmy Alapag, both of whom already missed the FIBA-Asia Champions Cup several weeks ago, also donned the Talk N Text colors for the Governors' Cup (Jimmy twisted his ankle too, which, hopefully, will heal up soon).

This means Gilas will have to make do with 10 men in the SEABA joust.

Not a problem under normal circumstances. They'll still shred the competition, right?

Not so fast.

Of the 10 remaining players, four are nursing significant injuries:
- Staring PG JV Casio and starting PF Japeth Aguilar both have injured feet.
- Back-up shooter Chris Lutz's quads are hurting.
- The explosive Dylan Ababou is coming off a fever.

Four down, and only six left healthy: Chris Tiu, Mark Barroca, Marcio Lassiter, Mac Baracael, the seldom-used Jason Ballesteros, and the newly-hitched Marcus Douthit, who just flew in from the US.

Add to that the fact that two of Gilas's original big men, Greg Slaughter (7'0") and Aldrech Ramos (6'6"), will also miss the SEABA meet, and you have a sure recipe for uncertainty.

But does this mean we are no longer the favorites?

Of course not.

Skipper Chris Tiu had this to say, “Despite these factors, I think we’ll be fine and we’re as eager to play and win the gold."

Hubris?

Not really. Just supreme confidence in his team, and the knowledge that the level of competition at the SEABA tourney isn't too scary.

Which might be the final ingredient for unexpected disaster.

I pray Gilas won't underestimate anybody in the SEABA competition, since failing to gain any of the top 3 slots will block our entry to the FIBA-Asia Men's Championships in Wuhan, China.

And who are we facing anyway? Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. Not exactly cringe-worthy opposition, but, as we say in the vernacular, bilog ang bola (the ball is round).

Anything can happen.

seigle42
06-20-2011, 03:52 PM
Even 10-man roster in SEABA are going to massacre

AlYuson
06-21-2011, 08:40 AM
Overconfidence is sometimes bad..but the way i see it, its seaba picnic time for Smart Gilas despite its incomplete lineup, hohum no need to press panic button :rolleyes:

all_about
06-22-2011, 01:52 AM
Feel free to discuss the Smart Gilas Team in this tournament qualifier for the 2011 FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Philippines has already a slot for the FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIPS after finishing fourth in the 3rd FIBA Asia Stankovic Cup in Beirut last year.

Nevertheless, As the old cliche goes "We are in here to win it".

kikomatsing
06-22-2011, 01:56 AM
1st!

i am definite will win this one..kasi its similar to our baranggay liga e!
GILAS should win games with greater than 20pts..otherwise.....

all_about
06-22-2011, 02:00 AM
1st!

i am definite will win this one..kasi its similar to our baranggay liga e!
GILAS should win games with greater than 20pts..otherwise.....

With 5 injury laden players in our line up and add to the fact that 4 games for 4 straight days, It is unlikely that we will win by an average of 20 pts in this tournament. But again who knows what will happen.

geo
06-22-2011, 02:15 AM
1st!

i am definite will win this one..kasi its similar to our baranggay liga e!
GILAS should win games with greater than 20pts..otherwise.....

You should know the status of our NT before you posted your prediction. Gilas has only 10 players minus 5 players who are injured. Ababou may play 'coz he is just suffering from fever, who knows, he may get better when they reach there. The other four are doubtful but Toroman brought them along. Marcus, chris tui and barroca are all healthy but they need to rest, Four straight days of playing may take it's toll even against lighter opponents, they must have alternates, they are just humans.

nowitzki_21
06-22-2011, 03:13 AM
is there a tv coverage of SEABA?

geo
06-22-2011, 04:43 AM
even if there's a tv coverage I think I'm gonna pass this one.

all_about
06-22-2011, 05:02 AM
is there a tv coverage of SEABA?

I don't know yet. But most likely NO is the answer.

kikomatsing
06-22-2011, 05:43 AM
You should know the status of our NT before you posted your prediction. Gilas has only 10 players minus 5 players who are injured. Ababou may play 'coz he is just suffering from fever, who knows, he may get better when they reach there. The other four are doubtful but Toroman brought them along. Marcus, chris tui and barroca are all healthy but they need to rest, Four straight days of playing may take it's toll even against lighter opponents, they must have alternates, they are just humans.


so your telling me were doomed...AGAIN?
e SEABA lang ito??? SEABA lang!!!!
:)

durden_tyler
06-22-2011, 06:33 AM
Basing from some posts, i am not sure where the worries are coming from. Douhtit could miss this stint for all i care and we'd still win all of our games here.

We'd win by an average of 24.5 points. Book it.

kerouac82
06-22-2011, 07:22 AM
Just read this tweet by Snow Badua:


Health of SMART GILAS getting better. Only MARCIO LASSITER is doubtful vs MALAYSIA tomorrow. LUTZ, AGUILAR, CASIO & ABABOU will all play.

The way I see it, it seems that Toro is keeping his cards close to his chest. But it doesn't matter now. The average winning margin will be around 35.

Big Ticket
06-22-2011, 08:51 AM
so there's no problem after all....as long as at least 7 or 8 players will play, we'll be fine in SEABA...

AlYuson
06-22-2011, 09:11 AM
Grinning to the ear why some people develop a fear factor syndrome..Yeah yeah, some Smart Gilas players are hurting..a depleted lineup will be playing at Seaba. so what. Team phils will face southeast asian national teams (sans thailand), not ballclubs with 2 imports. Even a senior team of Ateneo Blue Eagles will surely bring the seaba championship title :cool:
Just like what kiko said..This is SEABA, only seaba :p

kikomatsing
06-22-2011, 09:22 AM
maybe GEO is exagerrating....
hmmm... i got carried away.
looking forward GILAS annihalating by 20+ above..
or else...talagang let's axed boy toro!

Big Ticket
06-22-2011, 09:30 AM
Grinning to the ear why some people develop a fear factor syndrome..Yeah yeah, some Smart Gilas players are hurting..a depleted lineup will be playing at Seaba. so what. Team phils will face southeast asian national teams (sans thailand), not ballclubs with 2 imports. Even a senior team of Ateneo Blue Eagles will surely bring the seaba championship title :cool:
Just like what kiko said..This is SEABA, only seaba :p

the only fear pinoys have is losing by default...by playing with 6 players, it could happen....foul trouble, injuries, food poisoning, etc...

paolylo
06-22-2011, 09:50 AM
no need to talk about this tournament. i don't even know why Gilas is there when the country is supposed to be qualified for FIBA Asia already because of the Stankovic Cup in Beirut last year. even Norman Black's SEA Games-bound Sinag team can sweep this tournament with no preparation whatsoever.

just hope that Douthit won't get injured. i prefer he doesn't even suit up at all since it's just the Southeast Asian level and even Ballesteros can impose himself against the likes of Pathman, Kwaan, Gunawan, kungsinoman...

rocketstar47
06-22-2011, 11:52 AM
Why there is no channel covering the game????

TrueBluePinoy
06-22-2011, 11:59 AM
Feel free to discuss the Smart Gilas Team in this tournament qualifier for the 2011 FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Philippines has already a slot for the FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIPS after finishing fourth in the 3rd FIBA Asia Stankovic Cup in Beirut last year.

Nevertheless, As the old cliche goes "We are in here to win it".

Dude. First, there's already a thread about the SEABA Championships. Second, the 4th place finish by Gilas last year in the Stankovic Cup did not earn us a spot in the FIBA Asia Championships. It only gave an additional slot for SEABA, which means three countries from this region will be able to qualify for the Wuhan joust this September.

makotosing
06-22-2011, 12:20 PM
korek!!!

zoman114
06-23-2011, 06:27 AM
are there any websites that will carry stats, game reports and photos for seaba 2011?

AlYuson
06-23-2011, 07:48 AM
Definitely no contest for Smart Gilas..congratulations in advance for our team philippines :)

Jeon_Addict
06-23-2011, 07:53 AM
Any updates guys... sa twitter wala rin?

zoman114
06-23-2011, 08:19 AM
Live stats here: http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/03/55/26/41iBgKiUjUL1/

Pero di pa nagsisimula.

bolabasket
06-23-2011, 09:49 AM
smart gilas playing poorly...Malaysia shooting the lights out...

MAL 41-36 RP Halftime

makotosing
06-23-2011, 12:37 PM
Pilipinas-Smart Gilas rallied from a five-point halftime deficit to dump Malaysia, 97-71.

lrangels
06-23-2011, 01:22 PM
Pilipinas-Smart Gilas rallied from a five-point halftime deficit to dump Malaysia, 97-71.

Good win... I expect a close match at the start, especially in the first half, since some (if not all) of the Malaysian players are a bit familiar with our team.

I expect something similar from the hosts. They are surely going to do their best to keep the game close in order to score an upset.

One more win, and team Pilipinas is officially IN...

lrangels
06-23-2011, 01:57 PM
Indonesia beat Singapore in the other game, 71-60

Indonesia came back from a 6-point deficit at the end of the 3rd quarter (48-54) by unleashing an 18-2 run that held Singapore without a field goal for 8 minutes. Singapore's only field goal (of the 4th quarter) came with 2 minutes remaining.

;)

Hardy
06-23-2011, 02:15 PM
Indonesia beat Singapore in the other game, 71-60

Indonesia came back from a 6-point deficit at the end of the 3rd quarter (48-54) by unleashing an 18-2 run that held Singapore without a field goal for 8 minutes. Singapore's only field goal (of the 4th quarter) came with 2 minutes remaining.

;)
bad start from indonesia, :o

zoman114
06-23-2011, 02:31 PM
Southeast Asian Basketball Championship scores for June 23, 2011

Philippines 97 - Casio 19, Aguilar 18, Douthit 14, Tiu 12, Barroca 9, Baracael 8, Lutz 8, Ababou 5, Ballesteros 4
Malaysia 71 - Ho 11,Batumalai 10, Ng 10, Loh 9, Chee 8, Wee 7, Kuek 5, Chin 4, Choo 3, Lau 2, Ong 2, Kuppusamy 0
QS: 20-20, 36-41, 63-57, 97-71
- Malaysians waxed hot from long range in the first half, hitting 8 of their 14 attempts from rainbow country.
- Pinoys started sluggishly and gave away too many possessions via turnovers.
- Marcus Douthit had an impressive double-double: 14 points and 15 rebounds.
- JV Casio engineered the pull-away in the 3rd quarter, scoring a5 of his 19 points there.
- Japeth Aguilar cleaned it all up in the final period with 14 of his 18 points.
- The Philippines can afford these slow starts in the SEABA games, but they should check it before plunging in the FIBA-Asia tourney.

Indonesia 71 - Indrawan 12, Gunawan 10, Poedjakesuma 9, Prawiro 9, Prihantono 9, Faisal 7, Wuysang 7, Situmorang 4, Setepu 4, Dewanto 0, Chandra 0
Singapore 60 - Wong 11, Matialakin 11, Oh 10, Khoo 8, Folkoff 7, Koh M. 7, Lim 6, Fok 0, Ng 0, Wu 0, Koh K. 0, Goh 0
QS: 16-14, 31-34, 48-54, 71-60
- Indonesia looked outclassed for 3 periods, but they came alive in the final canto to thwart a game Singaporean side.
- The Indons capitalized on their steals to gain 29 more attempts at the basket, and consequently outscore the Singaporeans by 17 in the 4th quarter.
- Singapore was on its way to an upset of the hosts, but the Indon veterans mustered just enough grit to gain the upper hand.

sinobball
06-23-2011, 08:12 PM
smart gilas playing poorly...Malaysia shooting the lights out...

MAL 41-36 RP HalftimeHad Malaysia naturalized a Chinese 7 footer they probably would have won :D

JGX
06-24-2011, 01:03 AM
Had Malaysia naturalized a Chinese 7 footer they probably would have won :D

Speaking of that...why is the Malaysian team so heavy in ethnic Chinese?

paolylo
06-24-2011, 01:43 AM
Had Malaysia naturalized a Chinese 7 footer they probably would have won :D

my thoughts exactly. hell, if they naturalize rudy lingganay and a fake chinese 7-footer... they'd crush this PBA-less Gilas team. :D

usausa
06-24-2011, 02:57 AM
Anyone got stats from the Indonesia-Singapore game?

And is fiba livestats the only boxscore out there? I know I am being picky but never printer friendly...but it's whatever.

Where do you find out beforehand the site for the livestats for these games?

JGX
06-24-2011, 03:04 AM
Anyone got stats from the Indonesia-Singapore game?


http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/03/55/27/80n7Q5gT9bZJ6/



Where do you find out beforehand the site for the livestats for these games?

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

usausa
06-24-2011, 03:10 AM
Hah beat me there JGX... I decided to look on FIBA Asia's website and found a lot onformation...really shocked me actually...
for the Indonesia-Singapore game:
Boxscore (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/PDF012011623957.PDF)
News Report on Game (http://www.fibaasia.net/NewsDetails.aspx?id=1057)
Live Stats (http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/03/55/27/80n7Q5gT9bZJ6/)


Philippines-Malaysia
Boxscore (http://www.fibaasia.net/PDFUpload/PDF01201162334958.PDF)
News Report on Game (http://www.fibaasia.net/NewsDetails.aspx?id=1056)
Live Stats (http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/03/55/26/41iBgKiUjUL1/)

ARISTOTLE
06-24-2011, 03:54 AM
Had Malaysia naturalized a Chinese 7 footer they probably would have won :D

I highly "Douthit" :D

usausa
06-24-2011, 04:30 AM
I highly "Douthit" :D

I know this is a meaningless post, but that gave me a solid laugh:)

usausa
06-24-2011, 04:53 AM
Follow livestats and all cumulative stats here:
http://www.sportingpulse.com/comp_info.cgi?a=FIXTURE&compID=163978&c=11-7918-0-0-0

AlYuson
06-24-2011, 06:13 AM
Had Malaysia naturalized a Chinese 7 footer they probably would have won :D

If it had happened, i think smart gilas would still manage to defeat malaysian national team with a double digit spread. A naturalized chinese 7 footer of malaysia against a naturalized 6'10" american marcus douthit of the phils..think about that :rolleyes:

Jeon_Addict
06-24-2011, 07:37 AM
What's the time difference between Indonesia and Phils.? :confused:

makotosing
06-24-2011, 07:41 AM
singapore versus malaysia would be exciting..:)

Jeon_Addict
06-24-2011, 07:43 AM
Singapore could pull an upset... if they play the same way they did yesterday! :rolleyes:

makotosing
06-24-2011, 07:50 AM
go singapore...:)

Jeon_Addict
06-24-2011, 07:58 AM
Go Pathman!
http://singaporeslingersblog.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/pathman20matialakan.jpg?w=260&h=392

makotosing
06-24-2011, 08:03 AM
Go Pathman!
http://singaporeslingersblog.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/pathman20matialakan.jpg?w=260&h=392

that guy was the best singapore player for yesterday's game.

Jeon_Addict
06-24-2011, 08:08 AM
I wanna see some Japeth Slams!

http://www9.gmanews.tv/webpics/sports/rpvskazak.jpg

Hope AKTV could capture some highlights... why didn't they send a team to cover the games... darn!

makotosing
06-24-2011, 12:44 PM
Philippine 94 Indonesia 54
Malaysia 72 Singapore 64

lrangels
06-24-2011, 01:32 PM
Philippine 94 Indonesia 54
Malaysia 72 Singapore 64

:eek: am I seeing the right score?!?! A 40 point smackdown?!?! dang!

Oh well, the best part is that Philippines already clinched a spot in the FIBA-Asia Championships.

GO PILIPINAS!!!

all_about
06-24-2011, 01:36 PM
Philippines have officially booked a spot for the FIBA ASIA CHAMPIONSHIPS in WUHAN.

Thr winner between Malaysia vs Indonesia tomorrow will face Philippines in the finals for the SEABA Championships 2011.

Meanwhile, Philippines will go up against Singapore to close their elimination round assignment tomorrow.

zoman114
06-24-2011, 04:06 PM
Thoughts on the 2nd day of SEABA 2011:

Malaysia 72 - Loh 19, Chee 14, Wee 10, Ho 9, Ng 9, Batumalai 5, Kuppusamy 3, Choo 2, Chin 1, Lau 0, Kuek 0, Ong 0
Singapore 64 - Wong 20, Matiakalin 10, Koh M. 7, Folkoff 6, Ng 6, Goh 5, Koh K. 3, Wu 2, Lim 2, Khoo 2, Oh 1, Fok 0
QS: 21-17, 44-30, 56-37, 72-64
- The score understates Malaysia's dominance through the first 3 periods of the match. Singapore made a nice run to start the final canto, but Malaysia's buffer was too much.
- Shee Fai Loh rebounds from a less-than-stellar first game to bury the Singaporeans. This he did on the strength of 4-of-8 shooting from beyond the arc.
- Wei Long Wong tried to keep the Singaporeans within striking distance, but his efforts were just not enough. After a promising first game, Singapore is staring at a winless campaign when they tackle Smart-Gilas next.

Philippines 94 - Lutz 20, Aguilar 19, Ababou 13, Douthit 11, Casio 8, Baracael 7, Barroca 6, Tiu 6, Ballesteros 4
Indonesia 54 - Poedjakesuma 10, Prawiro 8, Thoyib 8, Indrawan 6, Prihantono 5, Wuysang 5, Situmorang 4, Dewanto 2, Ahmad 2, Gunawan 2, Setepu 2, Faisal 2, Chandra 0
QS: 20-9, 49-22, 71-38, 94-54
- This time around, the Philippines didn't leave any doubt. No anxious moments. No shaking heads. Just full on dominance.
- Chris Lutz starred for the Pinoys, hitting 14-of-15 free throws en route to his game-high 20 points. Japeth Aguilar had another stirring performance, producing 19 points on 9-of-11 field goal shooting.
- Second straight game Marcio Lassiter didn't play. Looks like he's headed back to the homeland early to assess his back injury. Here's to hoping it isn't anything serious.

makotosing
06-25-2011, 06:46 AM
indonesia versus malaysia...
who will win?

xin
06-25-2011, 07:34 AM
http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/269821_228646270491208_209924825696686_777309_7553 931_n.jpg

http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/262018_228646257157876_209924825696686_777308_2106 837_n.jpg

pics are from the Malaysia Basketball Association FB account

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Malaysia-Basketball-Association/209924825696686

xin
06-25-2011, 07:52 AM
http://www.perbasi.or.id/images/gambar/berita%20seaba%20casio.jpg

http://www.perbasi.or.id/images/gambar/berita_ina-phi_dimas.jpg

http://www.perbasi.or.id/images/gambar/berita%20seaba_mario.jpg

http://desmond.yfrog.com/Himg640/scaled.php?tn=0&server=640&filename=o8qob.jpg&xsize=640&ysize=640

pics from PERBASI website and last image belongs to http://yfrog.com/hso8qobj

http://www.perbasi.or.id

makotosing
06-25-2011, 09:14 AM
Singapore 6 Philippines 26

makotosing
06-25-2011, 09:17 AM
singapore 9 philippines 30 end of 1st quarter...

makotosing
06-25-2011, 09:40 AM
Singapore 23 Philippines 60 end of first half

seigle42
06-25-2011, 09:50 AM
philippine players even they're injured and depleted line up still be massacre sea natl teams

makotosing
06-25-2011, 10:06 AM
Singapore 43 Philippines 77 end 3rd of quarter
singapore did a nice job in the 3rd quarter..

makotosing
06-25-2011, 10:24 AM
Singapore 51 Philippines 106
End of the game.

usausa
06-25-2011, 03:17 PM
Indonesia 77-47 Malaysia

*Philippines 3-0 +121
*Indonesia 2-1 +1
*Malaysia 1-2 -48
Singapore 0-3 -74

*qualify for FIBA Asia 2011

Tomm Final
Philippines-Indonesia

all_about
06-25-2011, 03:53 PM
3 teams from South East Asia have qualified for Fiba Asia Championships 2011

-Philippines
-Indonesia
-Malaysia

SEABA Championships 2011 Finals:

Philippines - Indonesia

d_viper
06-25-2011, 05:48 PM
any live streams for the final game???

Silent Killer
06-26-2011, 05:02 AM
poor thailand. they have a chance of getting a slot in FIBA asiad 2011. thailand can beat malaysians.

usausa
06-26-2011, 05:23 AM
Japeth Aguilar currently leading the tournament with 18.3 points per game, 8.3 rebounds per game, and shooting 75%.
Chris Lutz leads tourney with 4.0 assists per game.
Chris Tiu shooting 57.1% from 3pt land is leading the tournament.

watiwawa
06-26-2011, 06:11 AM
Based on the pictures, other team's players are bigger than Gilas players.

YoJoe
06-26-2011, 11:10 AM
With 7:34 to go in the 1st quarter, Philippines is up 6-0.

YoJoe
06-26-2011, 11:16 AM
Finally the Philippines start of strong! With only 3:06 left in the 1st Quarter, the Philippines are dominating the Indonesians 25-6.

drunkenwarg
06-26-2011, 11:19 AM
Based on the pictures, other team's players are bigger than Gilas players.

Their C's are bigger than our guards...:D

yanix
06-26-2011, 11:35 AM
someone has the streaming link?
it's not broadcasted here:(

makotosing
06-26-2011, 11:35 AM
phil 38 indo 21 2nd quarter 4 mins left

makotosing
06-26-2011, 12:48 PM
philippines 89 indonesia 50
end of game

zoman114
06-26-2011, 02:33 PM
Philippines over Indonesia, 89-50

Philippines 89 - Barroca 17, Douthit 16, Tiu 13, Baracael 12, Aguilar 9, Lutz 7, Ababou 6, Casio 5, Ballesteros 4
Indonesia 50 - Gunawan 14, Faisal 12, Prawiro 11, Poedjakesuma 4, Indrawan 4, Prihantono 3, Sitepu 2, Dewanto 0, Chandra 0, Wuysang 0, Thoyib 0, Situmorang 0
QS: 31-10, 46-27, 67-35, 89-50

- There was no surprise here as the Pinoys dominated from start to finish.
- Mark Barroca was hot, shooting 6-of-8 from the field and a perfect 4-of-4 from the line, en route to 17 points. Naturalized center Marcus Douthit scored 16 markers and grabbed 7 boards as a solid inside presence.
- Rony Gunawan led the home team with 14 points and 6 boards, but shot just 6-of-15 from the field.
- The Filipinos were better in most stat categories -- outshooting and out-rebounding the Indons, and committing less TOs too.

j_diddy
06-26-2011, 03:12 PM
i wonder how Norman's boys would fare against our ASEAN neighbours.

all_about
06-27-2011, 12:57 AM
CONGRATULATIONS TO SMART GILAS TEAM PILIPINAS FOR WINNING THE 9th SEABA CHAMPIONSHIPS for MEN.

makotosing
06-27-2011, 04:45 AM
nice one.. keep it up

zoman114
06-27-2011, 08:54 AM
Smart-Gilas Gains Momentum after SEABA Conquest

For the 6th time, the Philippines are champions of the Southeast Asian Basketball Association. They thoroughly manhandled the opposition to finish with an immaculate 4-0 record and an average winning margin of 40 points. Despite fielding in only 9 men throughout the competition, coach Rajko Toroman still succeeded in steering the Smart-Gilas squad to success, with one impressive performance after the other.

As a bonus, 7 Pinoys finished in the Top 10 in scoring: Japeth Aguilar (16.0ppg), Mark Barroca (12.5ppg), Marcus Douthit (12.5ppg), Chris Lutz (11.5ppg), Mac Baracael (11.0ppg), Chris TIu (10.5ppg), and Dylan Ababou (9.5ppg).

The other 3 were Singapore's Wei Long Wong (17.0ppg), Malaysia's Shee Fai Loh (13.0ppg), and Indonesia's Xaverius Prawiro (9.5ppg).

This bodes well for the Philippines, as the team advances to the FIBA-Asia Men's Championship in Wuhan, China from September 15-25 later this year. The Indons and Malaysians will join the Pinoys, but something tells me only Smart-Gilas will make some headway in the continental competition.

These 3 SEABA teams will join an already imposing cast of 11 teams:
- China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan from East Asia
- Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain from the Gulf
- Lebanon, Iran, Jordan and Syria from West Asia

That makes 14 teams. Two more will qualify from the Middle Asia sub-zone (probably Kazakhstan and India).

Here's to hoping Gilas continues its hot shooting and stifling defense well into their next tournaments and into the FIBA-Asia Men's Championships! Go Pilipinas!!!

AlYuson
06-28-2011, 07:24 AM
We have congratulated in advance Smart Gilas before Seaba Championship has started. We know what would be the result anyway, that's why there was no tv coverage during the tournament..who cares ;)

sergio23
07-08-2011, 10:13 AM
If it had happened, i think smart gilas would still manage to defeat malaysian national team with a double digit spread. A naturalized chinese 7 footer of malaysia against a naturalized 6'10" american marcus douthit of the phils..think about that :rolleyes:

its like which do you prefer a China made appliances or american made appliances? I'd rather buy the american products than buying low quality chinese products lol