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TrueBluePinoy
08-08-2011, 10:18 AM
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2011 1ST SEABA U16 CHAMPIONSHIP FOR MEN
Banting, Malaysia

August 9, 2011
7:00 PM - INA vs SIN
9:30 PM - PHI vs MAS

August 10, 2011
7:00 PM - SIN vs LAO
9:00 PM - PHI vs INA

August 11, 2011
7:00 PM - INA vs LAO
9:00 PM - MAS vs SIN

August 12, 2011
2:00 PM - PHI vs LAO
4:00 PM - INA vs MAS

August 13, 2011
7:00 PM - PHI vs SIN
9:00 PM - MAS vs LAO

Hardy
08-08-2011, 10:35 AM
Please post the complete roster of all team..

makotosing
08-08-2011, 11:21 AM
only five teams competing?
is this the qualifying tournament for U16 Asia?

Hardy
08-08-2011, 01:38 PM
huh, i've just found indonesian roster for this tourney


Cakrawala Satria Airawan, 3-06-96, 5-6 G
Ferdian Dwi Purwoko, 27-03-95, 6-2 F/C
Hans Abraham, 24-02-95, 5-11 G
Juan Laurent Kokodiputra, 15-07-95, 6-5 F
Nuke Tri Saputra, 03-01-95, 5-9 G/F
Muhammad Sandy, 03-07-96, 6-1 F
Muhammad Reza Fahdan, 24-01-96, 6-1 F
Gouw Kevin Andrew Setiawan, 25-10-95, 5-8 G
Rafael Yoga, 11-07-95, 5-8 G
Dominico Savio Rajendra Perdana P, 12-09-95, 5-7 G
Vincent Rivaldi Kosasih, 17-06-96, 6-7 C
Ricky Kartika Istiadi, 05-06-95, 5-9 G
not good size at all, but this young team set a target is qualify for fiba asia u 16 however is that condition.

usausa
08-08-2011, 06:52 PM
http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?assoc=7918&pID=11

Live stats will be available by clicking the live stats tab and then selecting the game you want to see. Stats look like they will be posted after the game as well.

makotosing
08-09-2011, 02:35 AM
huh, i've just found indonesian roster for this tourney

not good size at all, but this young team set a target is qualify for fiba asia u 16 however is that condition.

at least you got a 6'7" center. i dont know how tall our tallest player is.

TrueBluePinoy
08-09-2011, 02:45 AM
at least you got a 6'7" center. i dont know how tall our tallest player is.

Our tallest player is 6'6 Gideon Babilonia. We also have a 6'5 Daryl Pascual plus we have a couple of players standing around 6'4 while the rest stand around 5'9 - 6'2.

Hardy
08-09-2011, 11:51 AM
INA vs SING 101-68 FT
Hans 28 pts, 12/17 FG, 3/5 3ptFG.

nice start boys :)

logbi77
08-09-2011, 02:56 PM
http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/03/75/93/236seQr3h2w/

logbi77
08-09-2011, 03:25 PM
Philippines 91 Malaysia 64

ricodgame
08-09-2011, 03:29 PM
Philippines - 91

Arvin Dave Tolentino - 16 Points and 7 rebounds

Malaysia - 64

Zhi Hao Tan - 13 Points and 5 rebounds

st_ang3r
08-10-2011, 02:30 AM
too bad MIT red robins didnt release alejandro...i think he was our top scorer...also the 6'5 dalafu was left in manila because of dengue:(

Hardy
08-10-2011, 01:42 PM
damn, they all look so nervous :mad:
PHI 109-46 INA FT

a_ron
08-10-2011, 04:05 PM
damn, they all look so nervous :mad:
PHI 109-46 INA FT

Nervous indeed.

lrangels
08-10-2011, 06:46 PM
damn, they all look so nervous :mad:
PHI 109-46 INA FT

One word: DAMN!!! (ala Ron Simmons)

zoman114
08-11-2011, 12:27 AM
Day 2 of the 2011 SEABA U16 Championships

ENERGEN PILIPNAS over INDONESIA, 109-46
PHL 109 - Diputado 20, Tolentino 19, Cani 19, Pascual 13, Lao 9, Vito 8, Asilum 6, Brill 5, Javelosa 4, TOngco 4, Babilonia 2
INA 46 - Purwoko 9, Abraham 9, Kosasih 8, Istiadi 7, Kokodiputro 6, Fahdan 4, Sandy 3, Saputra 0, Rejenoka 0, Yogia 0, Airawan 0, Setiawan 0
QS: 22-3, 45-21, 75-32, 109-46
- The Pinoys outscored Indonesia 22-3 in the first 10 minutes and never looked back, extending the lead and more than doubling the Indons' output.
- The Filipinos move up to 2-0 as Indonesia goes t0 1-1.


SINGAPORE over LAOS, 108-70
SIN 68 - Goh 28, Han 21, Toh 17, Tay JY 12, Lim 9, Cheok 6, Tay WC 6, Tee 4, lee 3, Ng 2, Ridzuan 0, Chua 0
LAO 70 - Thavonphaneuk 33, Phommasone 8, Bounkhoum 7, Sengsouliya 7, Sengthong 6, Inthavixay 5, Bouphaheuanghak 4, Louangphommasone 0, Thammavong 0, Labouaphieng 0
QS: 32-17, 51-31, 78-51, 108-70
- The Singaporeans bounced back from an opening day loss by going on a strong first quarter run. They simply coasted to the win thereafter. They outrebounded and had more assists than the Laotians, who seem to be the weakest squad in the the 5-team field.
- Singapore goes up to 1-1 while Laos takes its first loss.

durden_tyler
08-11-2011, 01:43 AM
For the uneducated like me, which of the opposition offers the best threat? Obviously, the Philippines is in a league of its own in this tournament, correct?

kerouac82
08-11-2011, 03:56 AM
Day 2 of the 2011 SEABA U16 Championships

[CENTER] SINGAPORE over LAOS, 108-70
SIN 68 - Goh 28, Han 21, Toh 17, Tay JY 12, Lim 9, Cheok 6, Tay WC 6, Tee 4, lee 3, Ng 2, Ridzuan 0, Chua 0
LAO 70 - Thavonphaneuk 33, Phommasone 8, Bounkhoum 7, Sengsouliya 7, Sengthong 6, Inthavixay 5, Bouphaheuanghak 4, Louangphommasone 0, Thammavong 0, Labouaphieng 0
QS: 32-17, 51-31, 78-51, 108-70
- The Singaporeans bounced back from an opening day loss by going on a strong first quarter run. They simply coasted to the win thereafter. They outrebounded and had more assists than the Laotians, who seem to be the weakest squad in the the 5-team field.
- Singapore goes up to 1-1 while Laos takes its first loss.

Is the Thavonphaneuk kid really good, or does the rest of the Laos team suck?

Hardy
08-11-2011, 01:11 PM
INA 83-50 LAOS
good perform by 6'7" vincent with 23 pts+22 rbd+2 blk and Juan 6'5" 14 pt+17rbd...
Indonesia made 75 rebounds total..

i think indonesia has qualified to Fiba u-16 after won this game...
they deserved it and meet targets, despite preparation only 3 weeks before this tourney.

lrangels
08-11-2011, 03:11 PM
INA 83-50 LAOS
good perform by 6'7" vincent with 23 pts+22 rbd+2 blk and Juan 6'5" 14 pt+17rbd...
Indonesia made 75 rebounds total..

i think indonesia has qualified to Fiba u-16 after won this game...
they deserved it and meet targets, despite preparation only 3 weeks before this tourney.

Only two teams will go to the FIBA-Asia under-16 tournament in Vietnam right? If so, I don't think Indonesia is officially qualified with the win over Laos since Malaysia just beat Singapore, 74-70. Therefore, the game between Malaysia and Indonesia will determine the second spot ticket to Vietnam.

If it's three spots, then both Malaysia and Indonesia will join Philippines to Vietnam.

;)

Hardy
08-11-2011, 08:57 PM
Only two teams will go to the FIBA-Asia under-16 tournament in Vietnam right? If so, I don't think Indonesia is officially qualified with the win over Laos since Malaysia just beat Singapore, 74-70. Therefore, the game between Malaysia and Indonesia will determine the second spot ticket to Vietnam.

If it's three spots, then both Malaysia and Indonesia will join Philippines to Vietnam.

;)

i heard from perbasi (indonesia bball asso.), seaba zone got three spots to compete fiba u16 at vietnam. (the host viet does not count) CMIIW :D

zoman114
08-12-2011, 01:36 AM
Day 3 of the 2011 SEABA U16 Championships


INDONESIA over LAOS, 83-50
INA 83 - Kosasih 23, Kokodiputro 14, Yogia 11, Istiadi 8, Abraham 8, Airawan 6, Sandy 5, Saputra 2, Setiawan 2, Purwoko 2, Fahdan 2, Rejenoka 0
LAO 50 - Thavonphaneuk 15, Phommasone 8, Sengsouliya 6, Inthavixay 5, Sengthong 5, Louangphommasone 4, Bounkhoum 3, Thammavong 2, Bouphaheuanghak 2, Labouaphieng 0
QS: 11-10, 40-27, 58-38, 83-50



MALAYSIA over SINGAPORE, 74-70
MAS 74 - Chua 25, Tan HK 9, Tan ZH 9, Tong 8, Sim 7, Singh 7, Su 6, Ken 3, Foo 0, Yew 0, Liew 0
SIN 70 - Han 21, Toh 12, Tay JY 12, Goh 12, Lim 7, Ridzuan 4, Cheok 2, Tay WC 0, Lee 0, Tee 0, Ng 0
QS: 18-12, 34-35, 55-51, 74-70

lrangels
08-12-2011, 01:42 AM
i heard from perbasi (indonesia bball asso.), seaba zone got three spots to compete fiba u16 at vietnam. (the host viet does not count) CMIIW :D

If it's three spots, then Indonesia is in.

Come to think about it, it's pretty weird that Southeast Asia has four teams (including Vietnam) in the tournament proper.

;)

TrueBluePinoy
08-12-2011, 02:01 AM
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11/08/2011
SEABA U16: Malaysia open account; Indonesia down Laos

BANTING, Malaysia (2011 SEABA U16 Championship): Malaysia and Indonesia took decisive steps towards booking a qualifying berth with contrasting, but compact wins on Day 3 of the 2011 SEABA U16 Championship at the Kuala Langat Stadium on Thursday.

Malaysia opened their win account beating traditional rivals Singapore 74-70 after a yo-yo battle and Indonesia carried too many guns to rout Laos 83-50.

Chua Jian Sheng’s 25 points was the only double digit score for Malaysia, but that the other rallied around and chipped in.

Han Yuan led Singapore with 21 points. Toh Huang, Delvin Goh and Tay Yan each had a dozen.

Rivaldi Kosasih’s 23 points and 22 rebounds was the highlight of Indonesia’s win.

Juan Kokodiputro too had a double double – 14 points and 17 rebounds – and Rafael Yogia contributed 11 points.

Thavonphaneuk’s 15 points was the highest for Laos.

The top three teams from Banting will qualify for the 2nd FIBA Asia U16 Championship to be played in Nha Trang City (Vietnam) from Oct 18-28.

FIBA Asia

http://fibaasia.net/NewsDetails.aspx?id=1225

seigle42
08-12-2011, 02:29 AM
damn, they all look so nervous :mad:
PHI 109-46 INA FT

hahaha! that was normal result for both nt.

jaygold06
08-12-2011, 08:21 AM
PHL def Laos,101-57

seigle42
08-12-2011, 08:49 AM
PHL def Laos,101-57
that's bad result for philippines against weakest team in the world like azkals in football

zoman114
08-12-2011, 03:57 PM
Day 4 of the 2011 SEABA U16 Championships

ENERGEN PILIPINAS over LAOS, 101-57
PHL 101 - Tolentino 30, Pascual 14, Asilum 14, Brill 9, Diputado 8, Tongco 7, Lao 6, Cani 6, Javelosa 5, Vito 2,
LAO 57 - Sengsouliya 17, Bouphaheuanghak 16, Thavonphaneuk 11, Inthavixay 4, Phommasone 4, Bounkhoum 3, Labouaphieng 2, Louangphommasone 0, Thammavong 0, Sengthong 0
QS: 24-17, 48-32, 67-46, 101-57
- Laos was able to keep it relatively close in the 1st quarter before the Pinoys turned it up in the 2nd.
- Arvin Tolentino had another all-around game for the Philippines, finishing with 18 rebounds on top of his 30 points. On the other side, Visit Bouphaheuanghak played well for Laos with 16 points and 11 boards.
- The Pinoys go up 3-0, while Laos falls to 0-3.

MALAYSIA over INDONESIA, 79-63
MAS 79 - Chua 30, Tong 20, Keng 10, Foo 8, Sim 5, Tan HK 4, Yew 2, Singh 0, Liew 0
INA 63 - Kokodiputro 20, Abraham 17, Fahdan 13, Kosasih 6, Purwoko 5, Sandy 2, Saputra 0, Rejenoka 0, Yogia 0, Airawan 0, Setiawan 0, Istiadi 0
QS: 17-15, 42-37, 59-53, 79-63
- The Indons fell victim to atrocious free-throw shooting (36%), bad ball-handling, and bad ball distribution (only 1 assist!), which negated their rebound advantage.
- Jia Xia Tong's double-double (20 points & 11 rebounds) led Malaysia's charge. He was supported by Jian Sheng Chua's 30-point explosion.
- Juan laurent Kokodiputro himself had a double-double (20 points & 13 boards) to lead Indonesia as well.
- Malaysia improves to 2-1 while Indonesia slips to 2-2.

makotosing
08-13-2011, 03:22 AM
Is the Thavonphaneuk kid really good, or does the rest of the Laos team suck?

hmmm... Thavonphaneuk is the top scorer for their team.. i think hes in top 5 best scorer of the tournament.

BOUPHAHEUANGHAK is the top rebounder..(hes the tallest on their team but only 182cm) around 10 caroms per game..rivaling our very own Tolentino (6'3").

TrueBluePinoy
08-13-2011, 09:54 AM
http://fibaasia.net/UserFiles/FNA201181221552.JPG

12/08/2011
SEABA U16: Philippines clinch title with a game to spare; Malaysia clinch qualifying berth

BANTING, Malaysia (2011 SEABA U16 Championship): Philippines asserted their supremacy in SEABA basketball clinching the inaugural SEABA U16 Championship with a game to spare on Friday beating Laos 101-57 at the Kuala Langat Stadium.

In the later game of the day, hosts Malaysia overcame initial jitters and Indonesia for a 79-63 win and clinched the qualifying for the 2nd FIBA Asia U16 Championship taking Indonesia also along.

The top three teams from Banting will qualify for the 2nd FIBA Asia U16 Championship to be played in Nha Trang City (Vietnam) from Oct 18-28.

Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia have thus booked their place in Vietnam rendering Saturday’s proceedings at Banting only of academic interest.

A 20-5 lead in the first five minutes put the Filipino youngsters in the vanguard against Laos with Arvin Tolentino going on to score a game-high 30 points.

Daryl Pascual added 14 points and Rensar Asilum came off the bench to contribute as many points for the Philippines.

Laos’ normally prolific Thavonphaneuk was kept under a check and was restricted to 11, but Sensouliya’s 17 points and Bouphaheuanghak’s 16 kept their flag flying.

Malaysia trailed 9-13 in the first five minutes, but a 8-2 run in the latter part of the first quarter put the hosts in control for the remainder of the game.

Chua Sheng poured in 30 points and Tong Xuan had 20 points in the Malaysian win.

Juan Kokodiputro’s 20 points led the scoring for Indonesia, who wound up their engagements with 2 wins and as many losses.

FIBA Asia

http://fibaasia.net/NewsDetails.aspx?id=1229

lrangels
08-13-2011, 12:42 PM
Philippines beat Singapore, 70-52, to sweep all their opponents.

http://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/7963/03/76/00/51iVK1QbzNYBI/

Singapore was able to test the Philippines as they're able to trim a 16 point lead to 8 in the third quarter before the SEA champs made a run in the 4th quarter.

It may be an ugly win or a win that the boys should've won by at least 30, but looking at the bigger picture, Olsen Racela and his team need to be tested. None of the teams have given this team a tough test. The good part is that this young team learned that no lead is safe in basketball, and things are now going to get really tough.

Overall, it's still a very successful campaign on our way to the FIBA-Asia under-16 championships.

;)

makotosing
08-13-2011, 11:11 PM
If it's three spots, then Indonesia is in.

Come to think about it, it's pretty weird that Southeast Asia has four teams (including Vietnam) in the tournament proper.

;)


philippines, malaysia and indonesia qualified via this tournament plus vietnam as a host.

makotosing
08-13-2011, 11:42 PM
Tournament's best scorer:

Jian Sheng Chua (183cm) Malaysia---21.0
Arvin Dave Tolentino (6'3") Philippines---19.5
PHOUTTHASAK THAVONPHANEUK (170cm) Laos----17.3
Kok Chiang Delvin Goh (199cm) Singapore---16.5
Hans ABRAHAM (179cm) Indonesia---15.5


Tournament's best rebounder:

VISIT BOUPHAHEUANGHAK (182cm) Laos---10.5
Kok Chiang Delvin Goh (199cm) Singapore---10.3
Vincent Rivaldi KOSASIH (198cm) Indonesia---9.5
Hong Kang Tan (189cm) Malaysia---9.3
Juan Laurent KOKODIPUTRA (193)---9.3


we have to watch out for these kids in the future. Hopefully they will still add inches to their current height. :)

seigle42
08-14-2011, 04:53 AM
philippine u-16 line-up in seaba is weak and incomplete. other talent guys are busy during ncaa/uaap jrs. games.

seigle42
08-14-2011, 04:55 AM
hmmm... Thavonphaneuk is the top scorer for their team.. i think hes in top 5 best scorer of the tournament.

BOUPHAHEUANGHAK is the top rebounder..(hes the tallest on their team but only 182cm) around 10 caroms per game..rivaling our very own Tolentino (6'3").

laos couldn't beat lyceum junior pirates.

laos < lyceum jrs.

TrueBluePinoy
08-14-2011, 05:46 AM
http://fibaasia.net/UserFiles/FNA201181321263.JPG

13/08/2011
SEABA U16: Philippines complete tournament unbeaten

Note: The top three teams from Banting will qualify for the 2nd FIBA Asia U16 Championship to be played in Nha Trang City (Vietnam) from Oct 18-28.

BANTING, Malaysia (2011 SEABA U16 Championship): Having clinched the title on Friday itself, Philippines went about their business at a languid pace yet registered a facile 70-52 against Singapore and hosts Malaysia brought the curtains down on final day of inconsequential proceedings beating Laos 83-56 to conclude the 2011 SEABA U16 Championship on Saturday.

Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia – in that order – had already qualified to represent SEABA in the 2nd FIBA Asia U16 Championship to be played in Nha Trang City (Vietnam) from Oct 18 – 28.

Chris Vito and Arv Tolentino led Philippines’ scoring with 13 points each.

Lim Liang’s 11 points was Singapore’s highest.

Chua Jiang Sheng led Malaysia with 22 points and Tan Kang had 14 rebounds.

Khamphay Inthavixay and Phommasone each had 14 points for Laos.

FIBA Asia

http://fibaasia.net/NewsDetails.aspx?id=1231

zoman114
08-14-2011, 05:54 AM
Day 4 of the 2011 SEABA U16 Championships


ENERGEN PILIPINAS over SINGAPORE, 70-52
PHL 70 - Vito 13, Tolentino 13, Diputado 9, Pascual 8, Cani 8, Lao 8, Asilum 5, Brill 2, Javelosa 2, Tongco 2, Babilonia 0,
SIN 52 - Lim 11, Goh 10, Tay JY 8, Toh 7, Chua 5, Tay WC 4, Han 4, Lee 3, Cheok 0, Tee 0, Ng 0, Ridzuan 0
QS: 17-6, 34-18, 50-41, 70-52
- The Pinoys had an unexpectedly hard time putting the Singaporeans away. Singapore cameo out of the halftime gates blazing, outscoring the Philippines, 23-16 in the 3rd stanza to provide a significant threat.
- The Philippines failed to convert all of their 22 attempts from beyond the arc. It's a good thing that their size was able to offset that statistic. The Filipinos outrebounded the Singaporeans, and had more points in the paint as well as second chance points.
- Energen Pilipinas goes up 4-0 while the SIngaporeans fall to 1-3, and are thus eliminated from qualifying for the FIBA-Asia U16.



MALAYSIA over LAOS, 83-56
MAS 83 - Chua 22, Singh 13, Tong 9, Sim 9, Tan ZH 9, Liew 8, Foo 5, Tan HK 4, Keng 3, Yew 1, Ng 0
LAO 56 - Inthavixay 14, Phommasone 14, Bouphaheuanghak 11, Thavonphaneuk 10, Sengthong 3, Louangphommasone 2, Sengsouliya 2, Bounkhoum 0, Thammavong 0, Labouaphieng 0
QS: 24-11, 42-20, 64-43, 83-56
- Malaysia proved to be too much for the Laotians. The Malaysians shot 10 triples, had more rebounds and scored better underneath. They led from the start and never looked back.
- It's clear that Laos has a helluva long way to go before they make some noise in the regional basketball scene. They forced Malaysia to commit 23 turnovers, but only produced 2 points off these turnovers.
- Malaysia clinches 2nd spot at 3-1 as Laos ends the tournament winless after four games.

lrangels
08-14-2011, 12:27 PM
philippines, malaysia and indonesia qualified via this tournament plus vietnam as a host.

Still, I find it weird to have four Southeast Asian countries playing. That's because two years ago, Malaysia was the host, and the tournament included only Philippines and Thailand as the other SEABA teams. I guess I am just not used to see four SEABA teams in a FIBA-Asia tournament.

;)

kisssabayhug
08-15-2011, 02:44 AM
It's too bad Thailand's national basketball governing body was suspended by FIBA-- the Thais have always put up a good challenge vs. the Philippines.

I wonder who the Thai version of Lito Puyat is. :D

rocketstar47
08-15-2011, 03:37 AM
why is it fiba asia chooses vietnam as the host of the U-16 Asian Champs.?:D

lrangels
08-15-2011, 01:59 PM
why is it fiba asia chooses vietnam as the host of the U-16 Asian Champs.?:D

I don't get it either. I guess FIBA-Asia wanted to help promote basketball to smaller countries like Vietnam to help expose their youth on international basketball. Similar to why FIBA-Asia chose Yemen to host the under-18 tournament last year. Again, I am just guessing.

;)