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rocketstar47
09-09-2011, 09:36 AM
This are the list of Half Foreign players who will compete on this years
ASIAN CHAMPIOSHIPS


CHINESE TAIPEI
James Mao-American

PHILIPPINES
Marcus Douthit-American(Naturalized Filipino)
Marcio Lassiter-American
Chris Lutz-American
Paul Asi Taulava-Tongan
Jimmy Alapag-American
Kelly Williams-American

SOUTH KOREA
Moon Tae Jong-American(Naturalized Korean)

LEBANON
Samuel Hoskin-American(Naturalized Lebanese)

JORDAN
Rasheim Wright-American(Naturalized Jordanian)


QATAR
Chauncey Leslie-American(Naturalized Qatari)

and the other africans:D


If i miss writing the others you can add o the list tnx..:)

lebanese phoenix
09-09-2011, 01:17 PM
This are the list of Half Foreign players who will compete on this years
ASIAN CHAMPIOSHIPS


CHINESE TAIPEI
James Mao-American

PHILIPPINES
Marcus Douthit-American(Naturalized Filipino)
Marcio Lassiter-American
Chris Lutz-American
Paul Asi Taulava-Tongan
Jimmy Alapag-American
Kelly Williams-American

SOUTH KOREA
Moon Tae Jong-American(Naturalized Korean)

LEBANON
Samuel Hoskin-American(Naturalized Lebanese)

JORDAN
Rasheim Wright-American(Naturalized Jordanian)


QATAR
Chauncey Leslie-American(Naturalized Qatari)

and the other africans:D


If i miss writing the others you can add o the list tnx..:)

You can add Sam douglas and Qawsha for Jordan.
As for Korea's Moon,he's not a naturalised player, he's a player of korean descent who has regained his citizenship (just like freije)

Roseblade13
09-09-2011, 05:06 PM
This are the list of Half Foreign players who will compete on this years
ASIAN CHAMPIOSHIPS


CHINESE TAIPEI
James Mao-American

PHILIPPINES
Marcus Douthit-American(Naturalized Filipino)
Marcio Lassiter-American
Chris Lutz-American
Paul Asi Taulava-Tongan
Jimmy Alapag-American
Kelly Williams-American

SOUTH KOREA
Moon Tae Jong-American(Naturalized Korean)

LEBANON
Samuel Hoskin-American(Naturalized Lebanese)

JORDAN
Rasheim Wright-American(Naturalized Jordanian)


QATAR
Chauncey Leslie-American(Naturalized Qatari)

and the other africans:D


If i miss writing the others you can add o the list tnx..:)

Bahrain

Bader Abdulla Malabes- Filipino

Jordan

Aside from Daghlas
Enver Zoobsokov- Russian

lebanese phoenix
09-09-2011, 06:23 PM
Bahrain

Bader Abdulla Malabes- Filipino

Jordan

Aside from Daghlas
Enver Zoobsokov- Russian

Enver Zoobsokov is pure jordanian,just that he comes from a russian minority that's been in Jordan for generations:)

babdelkader
09-09-2011, 06:31 PM
This are the list of Half Foreign players who will compete on this years
ASIAN CHAMPIOSHIPS


CHINESE TAIPEI
James Mao-American

PHILIPPINES
Marcus Douthit-American(Naturalized Filipino)
Marcio Lassiter-American
Chris Lutz-American
Paul Asi Taulava-Tongan
Jimmy Alapag-American
Kelly Williams-American

SOUTH KOREA
Moon Tae Jong-American(Naturalized Korean)

LEBANON
Samuel Hoskin-American(Naturalized Lebanese)

JORDAN
Rasheim Wright-American(Naturalized Jordanian)


QATAR
Chauncey Leslie-American(Naturalized Qatari)

and the other africans:D


If i miss writing the others you can add o the list tnx..:)

I am surprised !!!
Why so philippinos claim about Qatar !!!

sinobball
09-09-2011, 06:32 PM
Bahrain

Bader Abdulla Malabes- FilipinoHe played college ball in the Philippines so that makes him Filipino?

Czarkazem13
09-09-2011, 07:49 PM
I am surprised !!!
Why so philippinos claim about Qatar !!!

I think the difference is that most of the Americans are of Filipino stock/heritage, while the Africans in Qatar have no relation with the counrty. Of course I could be wrong, somebody else may answer that better.

chester25
09-09-2011, 08:52 PM
I think the difference is that most of the Americans are of Filipino stock/heritage, while the Africans in Qatar have no relation with the counrty. Of course I could be wrong, somebody else may answer that better.

true. aside from Douthit, the rest has Filipino lineage. they have Filipino blood running through their veins. unlike.... never mind. you know who. :rolleyes:

Roseblade13
09-09-2011, 11:13 PM
He played college ball in the Philippines so that makes him Filipino?

No he is Fil Bahraini his mom I think is Filipina
http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/2007/june/26/sports2.htm



About the Filipino herritage I think FIBA interprets it via our constitution and laws that regardless of where you are born as long as you have a parent who is Pinoy or Pinay at the time of your birth you are filipino and that being filipino cannot be taken a way

mavrick_h
09-09-2011, 11:21 PM
no disrespect but what's the purpose of this thread ? :D

rocketstar47
09-10-2011, 01:13 AM
Bahrain

Bader Abdulla Malabes- Filipino



Malabes i think has no filipino blood he is a pure Bahrainian
he only plays here with La sallle

rocketstar47
09-10-2011, 01:17 AM
no disrespect but what's the purpose of this thread ? :D

The purpose of this thread is to know where the different players
came from.

Roseblade13
09-10-2011, 01:40 AM
Malabes i think has no filipino blood he is a pure Bahrainian
he only plays here with La sallle

No I think he is half pinoy

http://forums.interbasket.net/f32/foreigners-in-philippine-basketball-leagues-3751/p2.html

rocketstar47
09-10-2011, 01:45 AM
No I think he is half pinoy

http://forums.interbasket.net/f32/foreigners-in-philippine-basketball-leagues-3751/p2.html

Goodluck for Philippines and Bahrain:D

b3lowzro
09-10-2011, 06:10 AM
Malabes i think has no filipino blood he is a pure Bahrainian
he only plays here with La sallle

Bader has pinoy lineage, the foreigners that recently played for La Salle are Ferdinand which is from Indonesia and Marko who hails from Serbia.

mavrick_h
09-10-2011, 11:33 AM
The purpose of this thread is to know where the different players
came from.

you mean the different pinoy players came from ?

coz other than that the rest excluding Qatar of course are naturalized players.

wilo22
09-10-2011, 12:06 PM
Lebanon

Miguel Martinez Spanish
Ali Kanaan American
Charles Tabet American
Sam Hoskin American

Jordan

Sam Doughlas American
Enver Zoobsokov Eastern Europe
Rasheim Wright American
Zaid Abbas Palestinian
Islam Abbas Palestinian

Qatar

all the team

p.s. lesley won't be with the team in this asian championship

Syria

Ioanis Deeb Greek
Marcelo Correa Brazilian
Eder Arjo Gorges Brazilian

Jalaa_Syria
09-10-2011, 12:35 PM
Syria

Ioanis Deeb Greek
Marcelo Correa Brazilian
Eder Arjo Gorges Brazilian


Marcelo won't be with the team

sinobball
09-10-2011, 02:51 PM
Well in the spirit:

Malaysia: 0 out of the 12 players has Malay blood as far as I know. 10 out of 12 players are full-blooded Chinese-Malaysian, the other 2 that have South Indian heritage are also somewhat "Chinese":
- Satyaseelan Kuppusamy speaks fluent Mandarin and is known in Malaysia Chinese community as "Shi Ren", due to his parents enrolling him in a Chinese language school.
- Guganeswaran Batumalai has Chinese lineage, he played in China's university league for Huaqiao University for 6 or 7 years, along with his current Malaysia NT teammate Chee Li-Wei.

Philippines: Chris Tiu has a Chinese name that would be pronounced as "Zhang Nianxian" in Mandarin. Tiu is the pronunciation of Zhang in the Min Nan dialect.

lebanese phoenix
09-10-2011, 10:35 PM
Lebanon

Miguel Martinez Spanish
Ali Kanaan American
Charles Tabet American
Sam Hoskin American

Jordan

Sam Doughlas American
Enver Zoobsokov Eastern Europe
Rasheim Wright American
Zaid Abbas Palestinian
Islam Abbas Palestinian

Qatar

all the team

p.s. lesley won't be with the team in this asian championship

Syria

Ioanis Deeb Greek
Marcelo Correa Brazilian
Eder Arjo Gorges Brazilian

man,the name of the thread is half foreign players (players with mixed blood) and not players with dual citizenship,yes Ali Kanaan and Tabet do have the canadian and US citizenship respectively but they are 100% lebanese.
As for miguel,he's also 100% lebanese just that his grandma was in spain and i dont think he has the spanish citizenship.

as for Jordan,you have to understand that sobsokov and the abbas brothers are jordanian and nothing else, they are Jordanian by birth, the palestinians in Jordan were all naturalised just like the armenians in Lebanon,and that happened a few decades ago after a revolution,so basically they're just like the armenians in Lebanon, they count as Lebanese and nothing else, same thing for Sobsokov, and same thing for Iran's Oshin Sahakian who's pure iranian but has armenian lineage,i can also mention our Vicken eskedjian, Syria's Papazian and Nalmandian,they are all nationals and none of them is half foreigner or has mixed blood.

OSHAFA
09-11-2011, 08:07 PM
You can add Sam douglas and Qawsha for Jordan.
As for Korea's Moon,he's not a naturalised player, he's a player of korean descent who has regained his citizenship (just like freije)

Well my Friend , Sam Daghlas was born in Amman in 1979 and then went with his Family (Both Jordanians) to San Diego.
Imad Qahwash is not even on the Line-of Jordan in Wuhan as his ID Papers still in process and his Parents are both Jordanians. So Unfortunately your Statement is False :)

daniab
09-11-2011, 08:12 PM
Well my Friend , Sam Daghlas was born in Amman in 1979 and then went with his Family (Both Jordanians) to San Diego.
Imad Qahwash is not even on the Line-of Jordan in Wuhan as his ID Papers still in process and his Parents are both Jordanians. So Unfortunately your Statement is False :)

he meant that Daghlas had dual citizenship.. this thread is meaningless though

mavrick_h
09-11-2011, 09:35 PM
he meant that Daghlas had dual citizenship.. this thread is meaningless though

that was my first impression too :)

rocketstar47
09-12-2011, 05:45 AM
thank you guyz for posting on my thread :)

apiSigbinz
09-12-2011, 02:04 PM
TS might as well put all the players of Smart Gilas as we both know, most of us Filipinos are mixed blood.. i myself is mixed Chinese and Spanish with family name's Marquez and Yap running in my blood.. :D this thread is funny though....

phevergy
09-13-2011, 12:20 PM
In the Philippines, there's no such thing as pure Filipino as our nation dominated by a foreign blood.Even our national heroes ain't no pure pinoy except i think for Lapu-Lapu.But where are his remnants?nobody knows....:)

greenarcher
09-13-2011, 12:33 PM
Well in the spirit:

Malaysia: 0 out of the 12 players has Malay blood as far as I know. 10 out of 12 players are full-blooded Chinese-Malaysian, the other 2 that have South Indian heritage are also somewhat "Chinese":
- Satyaseelan Kuppusamy speaks fluent Mandarin and is known in Malaysia Chinese community as "Shi Ren", due to his parents enrolling him in a Chinese language school.
- Guganeswaran Batumalai has Chinese lineage, he played in China's university league for Huaqiao University for 6 or 7 years, along with his current Malaysia NT teammate Chee Li-Wei.

Philippines: Chris Tiu has a Chinese name that would be pronounced as "Zhang Nianxian" in Mandarin. Tiu is the pronunciation of Zhang in the Min Nan dialect.

Too bad the Malays, Singaporeans, Taiwanese and Hong Kongers don't have the height and athleticism of mainland Chinese players.

Arguably Korea and Vietnam also have their roots in China.

Tiu can't speak Mandarin very well though if he can speak it at all. But he should understand basic words. He has always been a top-notcher in school.

asero
09-14-2011, 02:58 AM
Is Chris Tiu pure chinese by blood?

asero
09-14-2011, 03:03 AM
there is this power forward for Korea that has Argentinian roots

greenarcher
09-14-2011, 03:38 AM
Is Chris Tiu pure chinese by blood?

I think he is.

Same with Alvin Teng, Lim Eng Beng, Atoy Co, Joseph Yeo, TY Tang, etc.

sinobball
09-14-2011, 03:23 PM
there is this power forward for Korea that has Argentinian rootsJulian "Kim" is not in their NT this year.