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rhk111
05-27-2009, 06:04 AM
Post here all news, comments, etc. regarding the PBA-backed National Team "practice" games (:D) in Indonesia set next month

raichu08
05-27-2009, 06:14 AM
Post here all news, comments, etc. regarding the PBA-backed National Team "practice" games (:D) in Japan set next month

Japan? I thought its in indoenesia.

Alex07
05-27-2009, 04:20 PM
I just hope they would get enough exposure to jell together as a team

durden_tyler
05-27-2009, 04:56 PM
Let's see about the 40-to-50 points blowout party that Yeng has targeted. :D

(And i really want to see that so the team can gain confidence before the FIBA Asia--- we needs a lot of it against the powerhouse teams of Asia)

rhk111
05-27-2009, 05:33 PM
http://www.philstar.com/ArticlePrinterFriendly.aspx?articleId=471971

Team Pilipinas Faces Malaysia

Updated May 28, 2009 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines – Powerade Team Pilipinas begins its quest for a berth in the World Championship in Islamabad, Turkey next year as it takes on Malaysia in the opener of the SEABA championship in Medan, Indonesia on June 6.

The Nationals’ games in the SEABA joust are down to four following the withdrawal of Thailand and Laos. They play host Indonesia on June 7, Singapore the next day and, barring any trouble, the final match on June 9.

A stint in the SEABA finale guarantees the RP team of a stint in the Fiba-Asia championship in Tianjin, China on August, which, in turn, serves as the Asian qualifier for the Turkey world meet.

The original SEABA schedule is June 6-10 with six competing teams figuring in a round-robin affair then the team with the best record automatically declared champion.

SEABA secretary general Dato Yeoh Choo Hock drew a new format on Thailand’s and Laos’ withdrawal.

“The change doesn’t really matter to us as we’re confident we have the advantage in the field in terms of talent, athleticism and the size,” RP coach Yeng Guiao told The STAR.

“Nakakahinayang lang we’re now playing one less game. For us, the more games we play internationally the better as we’re trying to develop the team’s bonding and chemistry,” Guiao added.

“We’re not trying to qualify in SEABA. We can do that easily. What we want to get in this trip is the bonding experience, the period of time the players bond together away from their mother teams. Based from the All-Star experience, it does a lot for their chemistry as a group.” - N. Beltran

reamily
05-27-2009, 11:39 PM
http://www.philstar.com/ArticlePrinterFriendly.aspx?articleId=471971

Team Pilipinas Faces Malaysia

Updated May 28, 2009 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines – Powerade Team Pilipinas begins its quest for a berth in the World Championship in Islamabad, Turkey next year as it takes on Malaysia in the opener of the SEABA championship in Medan, Indonesia on June 6.

The Nationals’ games in the SEABA joust are down to four following the withdrawal of Thailand and Laos. They play host Indonesia on June 7, Singapore the next day and, barring any trouble, the final match on June 9.

A stint in the SEABA finale guarantees the RP team of a stint in the Fiba-Asia championship in Tianjin, China on August, which, in turn, serves as the Asian qualifier for the Turkey world meet.

The original SEABA schedule is June 6-10 with six competing teams figuring in a round-robin affair then the team with the best record automatically declared champion.

SEABA secretary general Dato Yeoh Choo Hock drew a new format on Thailand’s and Laos’ withdrawal.

“The change doesn’t really matter to us as we’re confident we have the advantage in the field in terms of talent, athleticism and the size,” RP coach Yeng Guiao told The STAR.

“Nakakahinayang lang we’re now playing one less game. For us, the more games we play internationally the better as we’re trying to develop the team’s bonding and chemistry,” Guiao added.

“We’re not trying to qualify in SEABA. We can do that easily. What we want to get in this trip is the bonding experience, the period of time the players bond together away from their mother teams. Based from the All-Star experience, it does a lot for their chemistry as a group.” - N. Beltran

Coach yeng its alright it is better than there is no tournament like this:D

PUGOtipm
05-28-2009, 12:40 AM
Team Pilipinas to test Malaysians' mettle in SEABA opener
Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:14:00 AM

Malaysia gets the first crack against the powerhouse Powerade Team Pilipinas as the two countries open hostilities in the 8th South East Asia Basketball Association (SEABA) men's championship in Medan, Indonesia next week.

The two teams are set to clash at 5:00 p.m. (6:00 p.m. Manila time) in the first game of a scheduled doubleheader on opening day.

The formal opening ceremony precedes the match between the Filipinos and Malaysians, before host Indonesia and Singapore take to the floor in the 8:00 p.m. second game.

Before Thailand, Laos was the first to pull out of the tournament, leaving the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia scrambling for the two slots reserved for the region.

The following day (June 7), the PBA-backed nationals under coach Yeng Guiao take on the Indonesians in the 8:00 p.m. main game, shortly after the Singapore-Malaysia opening match.

"Wala kaming pahinga dito," said Guiao of the three straight playing days for the team.

In the absence of Thailand, Guiao pointed to Malaysia as the one team likely to give the Filipinos a good fight.

"Although we're not also counting out Indonesia because of its advantage as host country. Siyempre, andiyan `yung favorable ang schedule sa kanila, 'yung comfort ng players nila playing in front of their homecrowd and other intangible factors," added the Filipino coach.

The RP five ends its elimination round campaign against Singapore at 6:00 p.m. on June 8. Indonesia and Malaysia clash in the 8:00 p.m. main game.

The championship game is set the next day (June 9) between the two teams with the best record after the preliminary round.

neo
05-28-2009, 02:00 AM
My friend says Yeng is gearing up Thoss as alternate that's why he was left out of SEABA. He becomes expendable with the looming entry of Aguilar.

I hope he's wrong. I actually feel that Thoss can be the team's most important big man, with or without Aguilar. Besides, Thoss games' have been on the dowturn since the all-star break so it's possible that he is really nursing an injury.

bolabasket
05-28-2009, 02:14 AM
Please post the line-ups of other teams :)

reamily
05-28-2009, 05:01 AM
My friend says Yeng is gearing up Thoss as alternate that's why he was left out of SEABA. He becomes expendable with the looming entry of Aguilar.

I hope he's wrong. I actually feel that Thoss can be the team's most important big man, with or without Aguilar. Besides, Thoss games' have been on the dowturn since the all-star break so it's possible that he is really nursing an injury.

You know that theres somebody watching him kase:D

onono1
05-29-2009, 06:54 AM
Let's see about the 40-to-50 points blowout party that Yeng has targeted. :D

(And i really want to see that so the team can gain confidence before the FIBA Asia--- we needs a lot of it against the powerhouse teams of Asia)

No! That was not what he meant for. Coach guiao and his team are willing to sacrifice a blowout margins against lesser SEA opponents to establish a good system for the national team. It means the winning gap might be closer than we think because of gameplan and the execution of offense, not the usual americanism style of play like run and gun, speed and athletic ability display.

ch3skv143so
05-29-2009, 02:33 PM
No! That was not what he meant for. Coach guiao and his team are willing to sacrifice a blowout margins against lesser SEA opponents to establish a good system for the national team. It means the winning gap might be closer than we think because of gameplan and the execution of offense, not the usual americanism style of play like run and gun, speed and athletic ability display.

coach guiao did promise a blow out first and meant every word of it, saying he'll try to win by a margin of 40-50 points.. however, he backtracked and said he'd focus more on the gameplan. that's how you should have answered it.

reamily
05-29-2009, 03:08 PM
coach guiao did promise a blow out first and meant every word of it, saying he'll try to win by a margin of 40-50 points.. however, he backtracked and said he'd focus more on the gameplan. that's how you should have answered it.

if he established the system he is mentioning they will not win by 40-50 they will win by my highest estimate 60-70:D:D:D:D

regierr
05-29-2009, 03:31 PM
I expect our team to exercise a full rotation of players in this tourney. Highest winning margin I think would be 30, lowest would be 15-20.

reamily
05-29-2009, 03:35 PM
I expect our team to exercise a full rotation of players in this tourney. Highest winning margin I think would be 30, lowest would be 15-20.

Then we should not be dreaming even 8th place in fiba asia 15-25 is unforgivable even with a team adjusting to a system your giving our opponents wrong sign of progress I believe as the other forumers say they are close to practice dummies:D:D:D

ankle breaker
05-29-2009, 03:39 PM
the final lineup of the PBA powerade team was reported at TV PATROL World. one unknown name ronald celis is part of the team that was flashed on the screen. who is ronald celis?

jesronne
05-29-2009, 03:43 PM
the final lineup of the PBA powerade team was reported at TV PATROL World. one unknown name ronald celis is part of the team that was flashed on the screen. who is ronald celis?

also the name of nadurata, gee abanilla and yeng guiao... i think their list mixed with the names of the players...

i am still wondering why suddenly ABS reported about the PBA BACKED National TEAM... i hope it will be a done deal to abs and pba... :)

ankle breaker
05-29-2009, 03:45 PM
what i see is that guiao and nadurata's name are printed last with a coach tag. i think celis is one of the assistant coaches, the same as abanilla. looks like it was a pretty lame report because they failed to edit the posting.

regierr
05-29-2009, 03:48 PM
Then we should not be dreaming even 8th place in fiba asia 15-25 is unforgivable even with a team adjusting to a system your giving our opponents wrong sign of progress I believe as the other forumers say they are close to practice dummies:D:D:D

I think Chot also used a 12 man rotation in their previous participation here. If Yeng limits to say 8-10 man rotation it is very possible to achieve a 40 point win. But with limited amount of time to familiarize with each other, giving all the players enough playing time might help them adjust to Yeng's system.

pepman
05-30-2009, 12:38 PM
Off-topic: Anyone have a picture of the Team Pilipinas poster saying "Team Pilipinas chooses Powerade"?

astig pinoy
05-30-2009, 02:19 PM
Please post the line-ups of other teams :)



singapore stats

4 Poon Shuwen Cheryl (162-F-87)
5 Neo Hui Lin Luisa (165-G-88)
6 Ng Cheryl (174-F-85)
7 Ho Pei San (166-F-79)
8 Lin Duo (177-G-88)
9 Zhou Lei (188-C-87)
10 Lee Serene (163-F-88)
11 Koh Wei Bin (165-F-86)
12 Ang Jasmine (175-C-85)
13 Ang Wei Theng (168-F-87)
14 Toh Sin (175-C-81)
15 Tan Angela (171-C-85)
Head Coach: Chiew Poh Leng
Assistant Coach: Hong Ng San



malaysia stats

4 Beng Fong Goh (164-G-82)
5 Woon Yuen Teo (163-G-85)
6 Ying Chee Chan (170-F-85)
7 Bee Chuan Low (169-G/F-77)
8 Chai Ling Thoh (174-C/F-82)
9 Yann Yann Pee (174-F-85)
10 Siao Foong Chow (171-F/C-76)
11 Suik May Kew (172-F-82)
12 Siew Lian Beh (177-C-82)
13 Shin Min Yong (174-F-87)
14 Shook Ying Hee (180-C-85)
15 Siew Fun Lee (186-C-87)
Coach: See Wan Tan
Assistant Coach: Yoong Sze Yuin


indonesea stats

4 Cokorda Raka (202-C-77) of Panasia Garuda
5 Andhi Poedjakusuma (187-F-80) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
6 Faisal Ahmad (180-G-81) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
7 Amin Prihantono (188-F-82) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
8 Andrie Ekayana (181-G-82) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
9 Youbel Sondakh (188-F-84) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
10 Mario Wuysang (177-G-79) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
11 Andre Tiara (190-F-80) of Panasia Garuda
12 Isman Thoyib (203-C-84) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
13 Ronny Gunawan (194-F/C-80) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
14 Wellyanson Situmorang (188-F-82) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
15 Wahyu Jati (189-F-77) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
Head Coach: Fictor Roring
Assistant Coach: Raoul Miguel Hadinoto
Assistant Coach: Johannis Winar


thailand stats

4 Piya Santhiyakul (179-G-75)
5 Mana Jantuma (185-G-80)
6 Sopon Pinitpatcharalert (182-G-80)
7 Dilip Rai (203-C-75)
8 Nontapob Vivattanapongpetch (186-C-81)
9 Chainarong Soontreeyapas (181-G/F-74)
10 Pramoch Jantharaniom (192-G/F-75)
11 Kannat Samoechai (180-G-88)
12 Ratdech Kruatiwa (190-F-85)
13 Piyapong Piroon (189-F-81)
14 Jakkrapan Silapapipat (197-C-84)
15 Chaiwat Kaedum (195-C-83)
Head Coach: Zhao Xuanmin
Assistant Coach: Suntarapong Mawintorn
Assistant Coach: Chaiyanan Wongmepan

laos stats

ch3skv143so
05-30-2009, 02:25 PM
i dreamt last night that the PBA-backed NT made it to the World basketball championships. We played against Puerto Rico in our first game and lost 76-106. In my dream i saw a version of giles and lutz playing with the PBA team. if the two teams really meet in a tourney, do you think the 106-76 score is realistic even with giles and lutz around? :o:confused:

b3lowzro
05-30-2009, 02:47 PM
i dreamt last night that the PBA-backed NT made it to the World basketball championships. We played against Puerto Rico in our first game and lost 76-106. In my dream i saw a version of giles and lutz playing with the PBA team. if the two teams really meet in a tourney, do you think the 106-76 score is realistic even with giles and lutz around? :o:confused:

ur a prophet or something? :rolleyes:

dreamwalker
05-30-2009, 03:39 PM
He needs a dream interpreter......that's not a good sign for Team Philippines....:D;)

dreamwalker
05-30-2009, 03:50 PM
indonesea stats

4 Cokorda Raka (202-C-77) of Panasia Garuda
5 Andhi Poedjakusuma (187-F-80) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
6 Faisal Ahmad (180-G-81) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
7 Amin Prihantono (188-F-82) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
8 Andrie Ekayana (181-G-82) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
9 Youbel Sondakh (188-F-84) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
10 Mario Wuysang (177-G-79) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
11 Andre Tiara (190-F-80) of Panasia Garuda
12 Isman Thoyib (203-C-84) of ASPAC Hewlett-Packard Jakarta
13 Ronny Gunawan (194-F/C-80) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
14 Wellyanson Situmorang (188-F-82) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
15 Wahyu Jati (189-F-77) of Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
Head Coach: Fictor Roring
Assistant Coach: Raoul Miguel Hadinoto
Assistant Coach: Johannis Winar


thailand stats

4 Piya Santhiyakul (179-G-75)
5 Mana Jantuma (185-G-80)
6 Sopon Pinitpatcharalert (182-G-80)
7 Dilip Rai (203-C-75)
8 Nontapob Vivattanapongpetch (186-C-81)
9 Chainarong Soontreeyapas (181-G/F-74)
10 Pramoch Jantharaniom (192-G/F-75)
11 Kannat Samoechai (180-G-88)
12 Ratdech Kruatiwa (190-F-85)
13 Piyapong Piroon (189-F-81)
14 Jakkrapan Silapapipat (197-C-84)
15 Chaiwat Kaedum (195-C-83)
Head Coach: Zhao Xuanmin
Assistant Coach: Suntarapong Mawintorn
Assistant Coach: Chaiyanan Wongmepan

laos stats

Too bad Thailand withdrew, they are evenly matched with Indonesia, a blessing for the host country, earning a free thicket to the Asian Championships.

whakafuz
05-30-2009, 07:15 PM
ur a prophet or something? :rolleyes:

I would go for something!! :D

satria_muda
05-30-2009, 07:24 PM
Please post the line-ups of other teams :)

we sending Garuda bandung for this event plus two player from other club, so the roster will be like this;

Hendrik Agustinus/Center/203cm
Octoviano Permata Sura/Power Forward/190 cm
Denny Sumargo/Shooting Guard/181 cm
Indra Budianto/Shooting Guard/180 cm
Hendru Ramli/Shooting Guard/188 cm
Gagan Rahmat/Power Forward/186 cm
Dian Heryadi/Power Forward/192 cm
Mario Wuysang/Point Guard/178 cm
Nico Donnda Fitzgerald Siringgo Ringgo/Small Forward/186 cm
Agustinus Dapas Sigar/Shooting Guard/180 cm
Teddy Febiyanto/Point Guard/175 cm
Andre Tiara/Power Forward/194cm
Kelly Purwanto Ari Nugroho/Point Guard/178cm
Cokorda Raka Satrya Wibawa/Center/204 cm

Plus
from Pelita Jaya Jakarta : Andhi Poedjakusuma /Power Forward/187 cm
From Aspac Jakarta :Isman Thoyib/Center/203 cm

satria_muda
05-30-2009, 07:29 PM
the only US NCAA 1 we ever had..:D, Mario Wuysang
http://media.vivanews.com/thumbs/64164_mario_wuysang__kanan__dikawal_pemain_angsapu ra_gugi_g_maulana_thumb_300_225.jpg

paolylo
05-30-2009, 07:36 PM
didn't Thailand have a player named Thiti? :D and those SG and Malaysia players sound like female names... and i did remember watching Mario Wuysang, Celino Cruz had a hard time defending that guy.

satria_muda
05-30-2009, 08:04 PM
didn't Thailand have a player named Thiti? :D and those SG and Malaysia players sound like female names... and i did remember watching Mario Wuysang, Celino Cruz had a hard time defending that guy.

LOL! yea I think that's Singapore women NT team :D

ch3skv143so
05-30-2009, 11:23 PM
ur a prophet or something? :rolleyes:

neither. are you [Unnecessary: deleted]?:rolleyes:

regierr
05-31-2009, 01:21 AM
didn't Thailand have a player named Thiti? :D and those SG and Malaysia players sound like female names... and i did remember watching Mario Wuysang, Celino Cruz had a hard time defending that guy.

:D:D:D So what does this player do? Penetrate?

paolylo
05-31-2009, 04:34 AM
:D:D:D So what does this player do? Penetrate?

i think he played behind Dilip Rai... but he really looked small against EJ Feihl and Andy Seigle. :D :D :D

kerouac82
05-31-2009, 09:57 AM
i think he played behind Dilip Rai... but he really looked small against EJ Feihl and Andy Seigle. :D :D :D

Did Thiti and Pennisi ever get to play with each other?

trigun_08
05-31-2009, 10:08 AM
Did Thiti and Pennisi ever get to play with each other?


this is a very good much-up "big thiti vs big pennisi" :D:D

saints13
05-31-2009, 10:32 AM
this is a very good much-up "big thiti vs big pennisi" :D:D

fencing mode! :)

trigun_08
05-31-2009, 10:53 AM
diego will be the referee:D:D

regierr
05-31-2009, 12:19 PM
diego will be the referee:D:D

Junthy could referee too coz he looks like Diego.

lovejones
05-31-2009, 12:42 PM
the only US NCAA 1 we ever had..:D, Mario Wuysang
http://media.vivanews.com/thumbs/64164_mario_wuysang__kanan__dikawal_pemain_angsapu ra_gugi_g_maulana_thumb_300_225.jpg

Hey There. Are you keeping tabs on Ferdinand? Ferdie is a 6'5 Indonesian PF/C playing for the De La Salle Archers here in the Philippines. This kid's still young (just turned 21) and I think he'll be a big addition to the Indonesian Basketball League and probably your national team.

Links:

http://www.greenarchers.ph/players/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDU4QwYKeN4

b3lowzro
05-31-2009, 12:58 PM
neither. are you [Unnecessary: deleted]:rolleyes:

no im not, I believe in things that are real and I never make kwento of my fantasies here :rolleyes: especially the ones we got beaten badly.

ch3skv143so
05-31-2009, 04:08 PM
no im not, I believe in things that are real and I never make kwento of my fantasies here :rolleyes: especially the ones we got beaten badly.oho so you think you are a perfectly normal person who has found a way to keep to himself his childish fantasies about philippine basketball???? c'mon! you wouldnt be in this forum [Unnecessary: deleted] if you're as normal as anybody else. :p how old are you, anyway? 40? 45? are you an OFW? well i am 24 and i say FFFFF you man even if you're older or younger for that matter. this is only a forum dude. don't ridicule anyone here just to look more macho in the eyes of the other forumers. u got a loud mouth for a nobody. if this is real life i would have shoved a gun in your throat until you pee for mercy. i asked a perfectly nice question. you dont have to ridicule that by givig dumb comments. i dont do that. so shut it. :cool::D:rolleyes:

saints13
06-01-2009, 03:34 AM
[English or provide translation]

anyways, do you know guys if these games will be televised live? :)

Silent Killer
06-01-2009, 06:56 AM
i dreamt last night that the PBA-backed NT made it to the World basketball championships. We played against Puerto Rico in our first game and lost 76-106. In my dream i saw a version of giles and lutz playing with the PBA team. if the two teams really meet in a tourney, do you think the 106-76 score is realistic even with giles and lutz around? :o:confused:

i also dream that RP team of coach chot last 2007 that RP team beats jordan in their 3rd game. but sadly the other way around happen and eliminates them from qualifying to other round.

macan77
06-01-2009, 08:12 AM
oho so you think you are a perfectly normal person who has found a way to keep to himself his childish fantasies about philippine basketball???? c'mon! you wouldnt be in this forum [Unnecessary: deleted] if you're as normal as anybody else. :p how old are you, anyway? 40? 45? are you an OFW? well i am 24 and i say FFFFF you man even if you're older or younger for that matter. this is only a forum dude. don't ridicule anyone here just to look more macho in the eyes of the other forumers. u got a loud mouth for a nobody. if this is real life i would have shoved a gun in your throat until you pee for mercy. i asked a perfectly nice question. you dont have to ridicule that by givig dumb comments. i dont do that. so shut it. :cool::D:rolleyes::cool:

suggestion:

why not shove the gun in the ass for the pee to come out easily? just joking though..anyway, let's make peace not war..if its hard to make peace, then just make love..hehehehe..

back to the topic:

hope it would be shown in CS9. Nardy, do you have any info about the TV coverage for this tournament? thanks

nardy
06-01-2009, 08:41 AM
suggestion:

why not shove the gun in the ass for the pee to come out easily? just joking though..anyway, let's make peace not war..if its hard to make peace, then just make love..hehehehe..

back to the topic:

hope it would be shown in CS9. Nardy, do you have any info about the TV coverage for this tournament? thanks


from what I was told the SMART GILAS games in Jakarta plus those in Serbia, Las Vegas and Japan were recorded but it seems there are still no advertisers and TV network willing to have it aired. basketball is very hard to sell these days, it's only the UAAP which the networks are really fighting for.

Since the POWERADE National Team is a PBA project, I am not sure if the BTV/CS9 contract extends to the foreign stint of this particular team. If you ask me, Solar Entertainment should do the TV Coverage. But that would be expensive especially if we are to bring all those TV Equipment. But knowing how BTV markets it's games, they should been hyping the SEABA Tournament already but so far there is no infocommercial about said games on TV.

macan77
06-01-2009, 08:58 AM
from what I was told the games in Jakarta plus those in Serbia, Las Vegas and Japan were recorded but it seems there are still no advertisers and TV network willing to have it aired. basketball is very hard to sell these days, it's only the UAAP which the networks are really fighting for.
ok thanks..you're right, basketball is hard to sell these days..

rikhardur
06-01-2009, 02:39 PM
Guys, guys let's just cool it down shall we? More flaming/offensive posts will be deleted and user warned. Now back to topic.

saints13
06-01-2009, 03:39 PM
ok thanks..you're right, basketball is hard to sell these days..

I'll buy it if I have money..lolz. :) anyways, channel 2/studio 23 or GMA 7 should acquire those rights...they can hype boxing fights..even those boxing fights that include Filipinos vs. Mediocre Foreigners...I hope they see a lot of marketing potential with Smart Gilas..

pachador
06-01-2009, 05:51 PM
the singapore and malaysians stats seem to be for their women's teams. the players are too short... :D any pics ?? hehehe


[QUOTE=astig pinoy;271395]singapore stats

4 Poon Shuwen Cheryl (162-F-87)
5 Neo Hui Lin Luisa (165-G-88)
6 Ng Cheryl (174-F-85)
7 Ho Pei San (166-F-79)
8 Lin Duo (177-G-88)
9 Zhou Lei (188-C-87)
10 Lee Serene (163-F-88)
11 Koh Wei Bin (165-F-86)
12 Ang Jasmine (175-C-85)
13 Ang Wei Theng (168-F-87)
14 Toh Sin (175-C-81)
15 Tan Angela (171-C-85)
Head Coach: Chiew Poh Leng
Assistant Coach: Hong Ng San



malaysia stats

4 Beng Fong Goh (164-G-82)
5 Woon Yuen Teo (163-G-85)
6 Ying Chee Chan (170-F-85)
7 Bee Chuan Low (169-G/F-77)
8 Chai Ling Thoh (174-C/F-82)
9 Yann Yann Pee (174-F-85)
10 Siao Foong Chow (171-F/C-76)
11 Suik May Kew (172-F-82)
12 Siew Lian Beh (177-C-82)
13 Shin Min Yong (174-F-87)
14 Shook Ying Hee (180-C-85)
15 Siew Fun Lee (186-C-87)
Coach: See Wan Tan
Assistant Coach: Yoong Sze Yuin

nardy
06-01-2009, 06:56 PM
the singapore and malaysians stats seem to be for their women's teams. the players are too short... :D any pics ?? hehehe



singapore stats

4 Poon Shuwen Cheryl (162-F-87)
5 Neo Hui Lin Luisa (165-G-88)
6 Ng Cheryl (174-F-85)
7 Ho Pei San (166-F-79)
8 Lin Duo (177-G-88)
9 Zhou Lei (188-C-87)
10 Lee Serene (163-F-88)
11 Koh Wei Bin (165-F-86)
12 Ang Jasmine (175-C-85)
13 Ang Wei Theng (168-F-87)
14 Toh Sin (175-C-81)
15 Tan Angela (171-C-85)
Head Coach: Chiew Poh Leng
Assistant Coach: Hong Ng San



malaysia stats

4 Beng Fong Goh (164-G-82)
5 Woon Yuen Teo (163-G-85)
6 Ying Chee Chan (170-F-85)
7 Bee Chuan Low (169-G/F-77)
8 Chai Ling Thoh (174-C/F-82)
9 Yann Yann Pee (174-F-85)
10 Siao Foong Chow (171-F/C-76)
11 Suik May Kew (172-F-82)
12 Siew Lian Beh (177-C-82)
13 Shin Min Yong (174-F-87)
14 Shook Ying Hee (180-C-85)
15 Siew Fun Lee (186-C-87)
Coach: See Wan Tan
Assistant Coach: Yoong Sze Yuin

yup this are their women's teams.

satria_muda
06-01-2009, 09:39 PM
Hey There. Are you keeping tabs on Ferdinand? Ferdie is a 6'5 Indonesian PF/C playing for the De La Salle Archers here in the Philippines. This kid's still young (just turned 21) and I think he'll be a big addition to the Indonesian Basketball League and probably your national team.

Links:

http://www.greenarchers.ph/players/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDU4QwYKeN4

I didnt know this guy on youtube, thanks bro..

reamily
06-02-2009, 12:56 AM
I didnt know this guy on youtube, thanks bro..

If he graduated after college like players playing for US for greener pastures, he will be your top prospect or draft pick if you have draft and I think he is the nexRonny Gunawan he will be a great power forward as he posses quickness from his La Salle Stint:D

katigir
06-02-2009, 01:26 AM
I didnt know this guy on youtube, thanks bro..

Bro,,,do you have any link for the coverage of the SEABA? :D
Thanks in advance...

By the way I remember the sea games in 2003 (correct me if im wrong)
Your Indonesian team is coach by a Filipino and you have a very good point guard ala Jason Kidd, where is that guy now?

onono1
06-02-2009, 03:19 AM
oho so you think you are a perfectly normal person who has found a way to keep to himself his childish fantasies about philippine basketball???? c'mon! you wouldnt be in this forum [Unnecessary: deleted] if you're as normal as anybody else. :p how old are you, anyway? 40? 45? are you an OFW? well i am 24 and i say FFFFF you man even if you're older or younger for that matter. this is only a forum dude. don't ridicule anyone here just to look more macho in the eyes of the other forumers. u got a loud mouth for a nobody. if this is real life i would have shoved a gun in your throat until you pee for mercy. i asked a perfectly nice question. you dont have to ridicule that by givig dumb comments. i dont do that. so shut it. :cool::D:rolleyes:

Take it easy boy, b3lowzero only gave his cold respond to your post. But no need to inflame it further kid, you were grounded and out of boundary, get used to it :p

cyberavenue
06-02-2009, 03:39 AM
Bro,,,do you have any link for the coverage of the SEABA? :D
Thanks in advance...

By the way I remember the sea games in 2003 (correct me if im wrong)
Your Indonesian team is coach by a Filipino and you have a very good point guard ala Jason Kidd, where is that guy now?

i hope it will televise on CS9 then it will be also live on my site..

reamily
06-02-2009, 03:42 AM
Bro,,,do you have any link for the coverage of the SEABA? :D
Thanks in advance...

By the way I remember the sea games in 2003 (correct me if im wrong)
Your Indonesian team is coach by a Filipino and you have a very good point guard ala Jason Kidd, where is that guy now?

he is Mario Wuysang the point guard who is Mike Cortez, Kidd or even Wally Bayola you name it look alike but a good rivalry with another good pt guard from Britama the cocky Celino cruz Look alike Faisal Julius Acmad

nardy
06-02-2009, 03:53 AM
he is Mario Wuysang the point guard who is Mike Cortez, Kidd or even Wally Bayola you name it look alike but a good rivalry with another good pt guard from Britama the cocky Celino cruz Look alike Faisal Julius Acmad

hope we get more player and team information about the teams from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. This is the kind of postings which would be of help to our team.

katigir
06-02-2009, 04:35 AM
he is Mario Wuysang the point guard who is Mike Cortez, Kidd or even Wally Bayola you name it look alike but a good rivalry with another good pt guard from Britama the cocky Celino cruz Look alike Faisal Julius Acmad

Thanks Bro for sharing your knowlege,
I hope we get more info about our counterparts here in South East Asia.:D

satria_muda
06-03-2009, 03:52 AM
I think he is the nexRonny Gunawan he will be a great power forward as he posses quickness from his La Salle Stint:D

I hope so , currently we just have one the next ronny gunawan, his name is m.isman thoyib a bigman who can plays position 4 & 5,he almost play in your NCAA btw..

lovejones
06-03-2009, 04:52 AM
I hope so , currently we just have one the next ronny gunawan, his name is m.isman thoyib a bigman who can plays position 4 & 5,he almost play in your NCAA btw..

Yup, I remember Isman Thoyib, all 6-9 of him. He, along with his 6'6 Indonesian compatriot Ryan Frebyan, almost played for Perpetual Help but both were declared ineligible by the NCAA Mancom for having suited up to a professional team in Indonesia prior to their entry to the Philippine NCAA.

c_d
06-03-2009, 08:18 PM
http://mb.com.ph/articles/205600/rp-team-seaba

RP team off for SEABAPlayers told of strict doping test
By TITO TALAO
June 3, 2009, 9:40pm

The 8th Southeast Asian Basketball Association tournament is a battlefield.

And the mission for Powerade-Team Pilipinas is to destroy, not just bring the opposition to its knees. No quarters asked, no quarters given. Neither are prisoners to be taken.

Armed with six months of sporadic training, two tune-up games with an Australian squad, and three matches with PBA All-Star selections, the PBA-backed national team leaves today for Medan, Indonesia, seeking a berth to the 25th FIBA-Asia Men’s Championship in Tianjin, China in August.

Down to four teams from six, the SEABA tilt has been a walk-in-the-park for the RP team, especially with professionals in the lineup, and this edition is expected to be no different.

Guaio, nonetheless, wants not only a victory but a huge one.

“We have a job to do, a mission to accomplish. It’s a tournament we have to take seriously and win, in a big way,” Guiao told his players on the eve of their departure, alluding to a statement made by PBA commissioner Renauld “Sonny” Barrios urging the Nationals to surpass winning margins posted by previous RP teams.

“We’re not just trying to win by a number of points. We have to overwhelm the opponent. And so we have to come to the SEABA with the proper mindset.”

Guiao calls the Medan mission their “first big step” toward the Tianjin tournament.

“It will be the first time for us to bond together outside of the country,” he said. “The All-Star games in Bacolod and Davao allowed us to jell. This is the same thing but only in a bigger way. And it will affect us in our performance, not only in the SEABA but also in the Jones Cup (in Taipei, July 16-26) and the FIBA-Asia World Championship qualifier (Aug. 10-16).

Team RP, comprised of Asi Taulava, Mick Pennisi, Jayjay Helterbrand, Ryan Reyes, James Yap, Kerby Raymundo, Cyrus Baguio, Willie Miller, Jared Dillinger, Arwind Santos, Ranidel de Ocampo and Gabe Norwood, with Sonny Thoss and Kelly Williams as alternate, will face Malaysia, Singapore and host Indonesia.

Meanwhile, the head of the FIBA-Asia Men’s Championship medical committee has issued Team RP a stern warning.

“Whatever you’re taking, whatever you’re smoking, stop it!”

So said renowned orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. George Canlas as he laid down the anti-doping policy in Tianjin.

“They will be very strict in the FIBA-Asia,” said Canlas, adding that random testing will be conducted, probably from the preliminaries all the way to the finals.

“All medications should come from me or the team trainer,” said Canlas, who advised the players to be free of any performance-enhancing substance one month before the tournament.

aarpee
06-04-2009, 03:00 PM
any updates if SEABA will be televised here in the phils.? even if its not live or any sites where we can watch it?im really excited to see powerade team compete internationaly...:o

iandi_dunka
06-04-2009, 03:39 PM
gonna ask the same question man... :) anybody knows one?


any updates if SEABA will be televised here in the phils.? even if its not live or any sites where we can watch it?im really excited to see powerade team compete internationaly...:o

b3lowzro
06-04-2009, 03:49 PM
http://mb.com.ph/articles/205600/rp-team-seaba

RP team off for SEABAPlayers told of strict doping test
By TITO TALAO
June 3, 2009, 9:40pm

The 8th Southeast Asian Basketball Association tournament is a battlefield.

And the mission for Powerade-Team Pilipinas is to destroy, not just bring the opposition to its knees. No quarters asked, no quarters given. Neither are prisoners to be taken.

Armed with six months of sporadic training, two tune-up games with an Australian squad, and three matches with PBA All-Star selections, the PBA-backed national team leaves today for Medan, Indonesia, seeking a berth to the 25th FIBA-Asia Men’s Championship in Tianjin, China in August.

Down to four teams from six, the SEABA tilt has been a walk-in-the-park for the RP team, especially with professionals in the lineup, and this edition is expected to be no different.

Guaio, nonetheless, wants not only a victory but a huge one.

“We have a job to do, a mission to accomplish. It’s a tournament we have to take seriously and win, in a big way,” Guiao told his players on the eve of their departure, alluding to a statement made by PBA commissioner Renauld “Sonny” Barrios urging the Nationals to surpass winning margins posted by previous RP teams.

“We’re not just trying to win by a number of points. We have to overwhelm the opponent. And so we have to come to the SEABA with the proper mindset.”

Guiao calls the Medan mission their “first big step” toward the Tianjin tournament.

“It will be the first time for us to bond together outside of the country,” he said. “The All-Star games in Bacolod and Davao allowed us to jell. This is the same thing but only in a bigger way. And it will affect us in our performance, not only in the SEABA but also in the Jones Cup (in Taipei, July 16-26) and the FIBA-Asia World Championship qualifier (Aug. 10-16).

Team RP, comprised of Asi Taulava, Mick Pennisi, Jayjay Helterbrand, Ryan Reyes, James Yap, Kerby Raymundo, Cyrus Baguio, Willie Miller, Jared Dillinger, Arwind Santos, Ranidel de Ocampo and Gabe Norwood, with Sonny Thoss and Kelly Williams as alternate, will face Malaysia, Singapore and host Indonesia.

Meanwhile, the head of the FIBA-Asia Men’s Championship medical committee has issued Team RP a stern warning.

“Whatever you’re taking, whatever you’re smoking, stop it!”

So said renowned orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. George Canlas as he laid down the anti-doping policy in Tianjin.

“They will be very strict in the FIBA-Asia,” said Canlas, adding that random testing will be conducted, probably from the preliminaries all the way to the finals.

“All medications should come from me or the team trainer,” said Canlas, who advised the players to be free of any performance-enhancing substance one month before the tournament.

Why look at us? Its the big country at north who's notorious with perfomance enhancing drugs and hormone treatments

nardy
06-04-2009, 04:14 PM
Why look at us? Its the big country at north who's notorious with perfomance enhancing drugs and hormone treatments

Doc Canlas is actually doing our team a favor by telling them of the guidelines. It's becoz a number of our players frequent the Embassy Club in The Fort hehehe :p A lot of crazy parties happen there. Anyway I hope they are now clean as it would be a very big embarassment if one of our PBA superstars test positive.

grahamtelly
06-04-2009, 06:59 PM
there was a topic regarding Asi Taulava taking 3 cans of red bull before games before (2007) right?

Traces of cocaine found in Red Bull in Hong Kong

Tuesday, June 2 05:58 pm
AFP

Hong Kong officials have found traces of cocaine in cans of Red Bull, a few days after Taiwanese authorities confiscated close to 18,000 cases of the popular energy drink. Skip related content
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Officials at the Centre for Food Safety said a laboratory analysis found tiny amounts of the illegal drug in samples of "Red Bull Cola," "Red Bull Sugar-free" and "Red Bull Energy Drink", a spokesman said.

The drink has now been taken off the shelves of major supermarkets, the spokesman said in a statement issued late Monday. He added that the amount of cocaine found in the drinks posed little health danger.

Red Bull moved quickly to deny the findings and said independent tests on the same batch of drinks had found no traces of cocaine.

The Centre for Food Safety found traces of cocaine between 0.1 and 0.3 micrograms of the illegal drug per litre, the statement said.

Initially, Hong Kong's commissioner for narcotics Sally Wong said the government was taking legal advice on any possible liability for importers and retailers.

However, after meeting Red Bull representatives Tuesday, the government issued a statement saying no prosecution was intended, because of "the absence of prior knowledge of the cocaine content in the product.

"However, should they continue to deal in any products containing dangerous drugs in future, they might be liable to prosecution," the statement said.

Commissioner for Narcotics Sally Wong said some retailers had taken contaminated batches of Red Bull off their shelves and advised those who had not done yet done so to follow suit.

Before Tuesday's meeting, Red Bull's Asia Pacific marketing director, Daniel Beatty, said the firm strongly disputed the findings that cocaine had been found in its product.

"It would have been absolutely impossible for the Hong Kong or any other authorities to have found traces of cocaine in Red Bull Energy Drink," he said in a statement.

The Hong Kong government said tests on further samples of Red Bull Tuesday had not detected any cocaine.

The government had asked Red Bull for more samples "in order to establish whether the existence of traces of cocaine in some samples is a systematic issue or whether it relates to any particular lot or serial number."

Taiwan officials said Saturday they had confiscated nearly 18,000 cases of Red Bull imported from Austria after finding it contained traces of the drug.

Taiwanese authorities ordered the drinks to be removed from shelves pending further investigation.

Red Bull, whose advertising slogan is "Red Bull gives you wings," was founded by Austrian toothpaste salesman Dietrich Mateschitz in the 1980s.

It has since become one of the dominant players in the global energy drinks market.

I guess thats why its really addicting right? :D

dreamwalker
06-04-2009, 11:02 PM
Traces of cocaine in cans of Red Bull ? No wonder in their tv commericial (canada) it gives you wings and really fly high.....:D;)

raichu08
06-05-2009, 12:31 AM
there was a topic regarding Asi Taulava taking 3 cans of red bull before games before (2007) right?

Traces of cocaine found in Red Bull in Hong Kong

Tuesday, June 2 05:58 pm
AFP

Hong Kong officials have found traces of cocaine in cans of Red Bull, a few days after Taiwanese authorities confiscated close to 18,000 cases of the popular energy drink. Skip related content
Related photos / videos
Hong Kong officials have found traces of cocaine in cans of Red Bull Enlarge photo

Officials at the Centre for Food Safety said a laboratory analysis found tiny amounts of the illegal drug in samples of "Red Bull Cola," "Red Bull Sugar-free" and "Red Bull Energy Drink", a spokesman said.

The drink has now been taken off the shelves of major supermarkets, the spokesman said in a statement issued late Monday. He added that the amount of cocaine found in the drinks posed little health danger.

Red Bull moved quickly to deny the findings and said independent tests on the same batch of drinks had found no traces of cocaine.

The Centre for Food Safety found traces of cocaine between 0.1 and 0.3 micrograms of the illegal drug per litre, the statement said.

Initially, Hong Kong's commissioner for narcotics Sally Wong said the government was taking legal advice on any possible liability for importers and retailers.

However, after meeting Red Bull representatives Tuesday, the government issued a statement saying no prosecution was intended, because of "the absence of prior knowledge of the cocaine content in the product.

"However, should they continue to deal in any products containing dangerous drugs in future, they might be liable to prosecution," the statement said.

Commissioner for Narcotics Sally Wong said some retailers had taken contaminated batches of Red Bull off their shelves and advised those who had not done yet done so to follow suit.

Before Tuesday's meeting, Red Bull's Asia Pacific marketing director, Daniel Beatty, said the firm strongly disputed the findings that cocaine had been found in its product.

"It would have been absolutely impossible for the Hong Kong or any other authorities to have found traces of cocaine in Red Bull Energy Drink," he said in a statement.

The Hong Kong government said tests on further samples of Red Bull Tuesday had not detected any cocaine.

The government had asked Red Bull for more samples "in order to establish whether the existence of traces of cocaine in some samples is a systematic issue or whether it relates to any particular lot or serial number."

Taiwan officials said Saturday they had confiscated nearly 18,000 cases of Red Bull imported from Austria after finding it contained traces of the drug.

Taiwanese authorities ordered the drinks to be removed from shelves pending further investigation.

Red Bull, whose advertising slogan is "Red Bull gives you wings," was founded by Austrian toothpaste salesman Dietrich Mateschitz in the 1980s.

It has since become one of the dominant players in the global energy drinks market.

I guess thats why its really addicting right? :D

They should drink barako bull instead...

BTW, Everyone here in the pinas is over hyping seaba. Yeng should be focusing to win on the middle eastern and eastern asian teams and figure out how to get to the top 3.

jahrakal
06-05-2009, 12:33 AM
They should drink barako bull instead...

BTW, Everyone here in the pinas is over hyping seaba. Yeng should be focusing to win on the middle eastern and eastern asian teams and figure out how to get to the top 3.

bcuz its their first time that the rp team will be playing together overseas
and it is the first tournament in reaching their dream
we have to concentrate first on the barrier facing you before reaching the nxt lvl

nardy
06-05-2009, 01:47 AM
They should drink barako bull instead...

BTW, Everyone here in the pinas is over hyping seaba. Yeng should be focusing to win on the middle eastern and eastern asian teams and figure out how to get to the top 3.

one step at a time .... what if our team became complacent and hit a disaster and loses to our South East Asian neighbors then we might not even get on court with the rest of Asia. Remember they are lacking actual games played together and are distracted by the fact they are still playing for their respective PBA teams. Plus a lot of players are now having this ailment and injury but still Coach Yeng does not get replacement players. And Guiao has not even had an idea on who are the teams they are playing since he does not do scouting. But since they want to play in the SEABA, then let them do their job and do what they promised which is to bury all the opposition. Suggest that we just see if they can really win and win big.

As the saying goes .... don't count your chicks until the eggs hatches. ;)

ch3skv143so
06-05-2009, 08:38 AM
NBA 2k9 recognizes the following names of our pba NT players, at least if you try to make them:
Aguilar, Santos, Williams, Miller. if we come to think of it, maybe this bunch could make a big difference in our FIba campaign.

chester25
06-05-2009, 10:22 AM
Powerade Phils wins over Malaysia! 120-69. yehey...

well, at least, that's the scoreline i want to read come the Sunday's papers. =>

cod3breaker
06-05-2009, 10:59 AM
NBA 2k9 recognizes the following names of our pba NT players, at least if you try to make them:
Aguilar, Santos, Williams, Miller. if we come to think of it, maybe this bunch could make a big difference in our FIba campaign.

Man, how could you forget Reyes? :p

jahrakal
06-05-2009, 02:18 PM
Powerade Phils wins over Malaysia! 120-69. yehey...

well, at least, that's the scoreline i want to read come the Sunday's papers. =>



source?
it already started?
i thought june 6

ankle breaker
06-05-2009, 02:24 PM
Powerade Phils wins over Malaysia! 120-69. yehey...

well, at least, that's the scoreline i want to read come the Sunday's papers. =>


source?
it already started?
i thought june 6
that's only his anticipation on the scores between malaysia and philippines since yeng guiao wanted to win by at least 40 or 50. and he wanted that to be the headline in the sports section of all dailies this sunday. seaba championships will start tomorrow, june 6.

reamily
06-05-2009, 02:30 PM
The only thing that will be bad in this Medan joust is unexpected INJURIES:D:D

DRRC
06-05-2009, 03:32 PM
Does anyone know where we can watch the games on the net?
Thanks

c_d
06-05-2009, 04:45 PM
http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=474954&publicationSubCategoryId=69

Powerade RP begins quest vs Malaysia

http://img38.imageshack.us/img38/5951/spo1d.jpg

MEDAN, Indonesia – The Powerade Team Pilipinas had a light workout to shake off jet lag from a long trip from Manila, then declared it’s ready to start its campaign in the eighth SEABA championship against Malaysia at the Angkasapura Lanud Basketball Hall here today.

The Nationals battle the Malaysians at 6 p.m. (7 p.m. in Manila) in the first of four light games the RP pro stars have to go through here before officially moving into the next stage of its bid for a ticket in the World Championship – the 25th Fiba-Asia Championship in Tianjin, China in August.

For national coach Yeng Guiao, the Malaysian game brings back bitter memories of an upset loss the Philippines suffered at the hands of the host team in the 1989 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.

Guiao, together with Francis Rodriguez, was assistant to head coach Derrick Pumaren in that RP squad composed of Jun Limpot, Gerry Esplana, Jun Reyes, Larry Villanil, Carlito Mejos, Bonel Balingit and Bong Solomon.

“It was extreme. They (the Malaysians) did everything to win. They didn’t allow us to practice in the playing venue. They allowed us to practice in another venue but we couldn’t practice just the same because the lights were off. Going to the games, our driver would drive us around. We would come with the game already about to start,” Guiao said.

“I don’t think that would happen here. But to be sure, we sent an advance party (led by PBA official Willy Marcial) here to take care of the things that we would need. So far, everything’s okay,” Guiao said.

The Kuala Lumpur debacle marked the only time the Philippines failed to win the championship in any Southeast Asian joust (SEA Games or SEABA) it competed in.

With a selection of PBA stars, the Powerade-RP is expected to dominate the opposition and clinch the SEABA championship for the first of two slots for Southeast Asian region in the Tianjin Asian Championship which determines the three Asian teams competing in the world meet in Turkey next year.

“We’re using the SEABA to bond in a big way in preparation for the Tianjin tournament,” said Guiao.

Point guard Jayjay Helterbrand (pulled hamstring) and center Sonny Thoss (strained knee) joined the trip but won’t be suiting up. Kelly Williams, recuperating from a blood disorder that briefly put on hold his playing career, stayed home.

The RP squad, led by team captain Asi Taulava and assistant skipper Kerby Raymundo, checked in their billeting quarters at around 11 p.m. Thursday after a tiring six-hour trip from Manila to this North Sumatra capital – the third largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta and Surabaya.

Guiao cancelled the RP team practice prior to their departure to give way to the crucial phase of the Motolite-PBA Fiesta Cup quarterfinals.

“It’s futile if we don’t have full attendance, and I don’t want to interfere with the plans of the head coaches. Instead, we’ll practice every morning here – mostly walk through and shootaround – and play in the evening,” said Guiao.

luzvimindo
06-05-2009, 11:00 PM
Schedule
Games Saturday
7:00 p.m. – Powerade-RP vs. Malaysia
9:00 p.m. – Singapore vs. Indonesia

Games Sunday
7:00 p.m. – Singapore vs. Malaysia
9:00 p.m. – Indonesia vs. Powerade-RP

Games Monday
7:00 p.m. – Powerade-RP vs. Singapore
9:00 p.m. – Malaysia vs. Indonesia

-gma sports
http://www.gmanews.tv/story/164231/RP-cagers-begin-bid-of-securing-FIBA-Asia-slot

DiegoClang
06-05-2009, 11:44 PM
why is our NT called "Powerade-Philippines"? Is SEABA a commercial tournament? NO. Drop the name of the sponsor from the official name.

Sakamoto
06-06-2009, 01:04 AM
we have to give credit to Powerade(CocaCola Phils)as the main sponsor of 2009 PBA RPTEAM.

dreamwalker
06-06-2009, 02:23 AM
why is our NT called "Powerade-Philippines"? Is SEABA a commercial tournament? NO. Drop the name of the sponsor from the official name.


we have to give credit to Powerade(CocaCola Phils)as the main sponsor of 2009 PBA RPTEAM.

Like the NCC of the old and Smart-Gilas ? I guess, it's one way of acknowledging its generous sponsors besides the name PHILIPPINES is still the official entry.

It would be nice if we have one monicker though, to call our national basketball team. Once in the early 1900's we were referred to as the Islanders and read one fan's blog in the FIBA website during our suspension calling our national team - the troubled Islanders.....:D

Gilas would be a nice one, what do you think ?;)

merps baller the return
06-06-2009, 02:48 AM
any live feed? mga bosing?:D

Kublai
06-06-2009, 07:32 AM
Go powerade!
Go smart-gilas!
Go pilipinas!

jesronne
06-06-2009, 08:30 AM
this will just a walk in the park for powerade... :D

Basketcase
06-06-2009, 08:42 AM
FREE LIVE STREAM

http://tinyurl.com/RPTeam

Hope it will work properly later:D

PUGOtipm
06-06-2009, 08:51 AM
FREE LIVE STREAM

http://tinyurl.com/RPTeam

Hope it will work properly later:D
thanks. hope it will work.

danilo
06-06-2009, 09:08 AM
PHILIPPINES...
is now back on track...

to regain their old place.

the STRONGEST in ASIA.

MABUHAY!!

onono1
06-06-2009, 09:52 AM
PHILIPPINES...
is now back on track...

to regain their old place.

the STRONGEST in ASIA.

MABUHAY!!

Welcome to interbasket. Thats the way to introduce himself ;)

DiegoClang
06-06-2009, 09:59 AM
we have to give credit to Powerade(CocaCola Phils)as the main sponsor of 2009 PBA RPTEAM.
just like in the NBA where arenas are named after a business entity, ie. Staples Center, Amway Arena, Pepsi Center, etc....Powerade probably also bought the naming rights for our national team?:eek:...
my question is...why is having their logos on the uniform not enough? Spain had the words "SanMiguel" on their uniforms, but you dont hear them being called San Miguel-Spain, do you? Nike, Gatorade, McDonald's, among others, are major sponsors of US basketball and yet only the swoosh of Nike is on their uniforms....and theyre not called Nike-USA by American media either.
My point is, our team is representing our country- The Philippines...and not Powerade. There are things sacred, and one of them is our team's name. In official FIBA tournaments, our team should only be known as what it is representing...even in media releases.
There are ways of showing your "gratitude" without overly commercializing our country's name. The biggest way for our NT to "repay" the support Powerade is giving them is by winning tournaments, that way their product gets maximum exposure.

In the news tomorrow: "Powerade beats Malaysia..." nice :D

Sakamoto
06-06-2009, 11:12 AM
just like in the NBA where arenas are named after a business entity, ie. Staples Center, Amway Arena, Pepsi Center, etc....Powerade probably also bought the naming rights for our national team?:eek:...
my question is...why is having their logos on the uniform not enough? Spain had the words "SanMiguel" on their uniforms, but you dont hear them being called San Miguel-Spain, do you? Nike, Gatorade, McDonald's, among others, are major sponsors of US basketball and yet only the swoosh of Nike is on their uniforms....and theyre not called Nike-USA by American media either.
My point is, our team is representing our country- The Philippines...and not Powerade. There are things sacred, and one of them is our team's name. In official FIBA tournaments, our team should only be known as what it is representing...even in media releases.
There are ways of showing your "gratitude" without overly commercializing our country's name. The biggest way for our NT to "repay" the support Powerade is giving them is by winning tournaments, that way their product gets maximum exposure.

In the news tomorrow: "Powerade beats Malaysia..." nice :D

sa presinto ka magreklamo wag dito sa interbasket forum.

trans:

its nice to hear the name POWERADE TEAM PILIPINAS than any other else.

c_d
06-06-2009, 11:17 AM
Has the game started? I can't seem to get it to work.

ma4ma
06-06-2009, 11:20 AM
same here.,:(:( anu updates sirs:D:D:D;)

PUGOtipm
06-06-2009, 11:29 AM
so as the live score. it doesn't work.

jahrakal
06-06-2009, 11:34 AM
at least the chat box is working

ma4ma
06-06-2009, 11:39 AM
at least the chat box is working

but most of them are nonsense:(:(:mad::mad:

TrueBluePinoy
06-06-2009, 11:53 AM
stupid livefeed :mad::mad::mad:

reamily
06-06-2009, 11:55 AM
Give Halawi break he is also like us asa sa updates sa interbasket ahihih update sir Halawi:D:D:D:D

merps baller the return
06-06-2009, 12:03 PM
its better if they just close that chat box in that site its all bull....!

reamily
06-06-2009, 12:08 PM
its better if they just close that chat box in that site its all bull....!

Pare cool its really given that a seaba coverage is close to non existent it is bad that someone is finding the link in the internet up to now:D:D:D:D:D

there is no feed in cyberusa bf and al jazeera what now:D:D:D

jahrakal
06-06-2009, 12:09 PM
how can we support team pilipinas when we even cant watch their games!!:mad::mad:

merps baller the return
06-06-2009, 12:12 PM
Pare cool its really given that a seaba coverage is close to non existent it is bad that someone is finding the link in the internet up to now:D:D:D:D:D

there is no feed in cyberusa bf and al jazeera what now:D:D:D

pare im cool what im saying is the chat box in that site...its full of pampams:D if only that is yahoo chat definitely im going to boot them with a 1000 bot log in program. anyway any updates on the scores?:)

Sakamoto
06-06-2009, 12:13 PM
mabuti pa ung world women's 10ball may coverage nasa finals si rubilen amit.

trans

Rubilen amit of the philippines is in the finals of the world women's 10ball championships and she is leading 8-4 in a race to 10.

reamily
06-06-2009, 12:17 PM
Ouschan doesnt make it it hurts:D:D

reamily
06-06-2009, 12:18 PM
pare im cool what im saying is the chat box in that site...its full of pampams:D if only that is yahoo chat definitely im going to boot them with a 1000 bot log in program. anyway any updates on the scores?:)

it might be over now afterall from the tip in it is a given but really the broadcaster in the net should do more logistics and planning

kidney kidney in the air, correct an don't be angry:D:D:D

merps baller the return
06-06-2009, 12:21 PM
it might be over now afterall from the tip in it is a given but really the broadcaster in the net should do more logistics and planning

kidney kidney in the air, correct an don't be angry:D:D:D

i agree with this...

ReSiAk
06-06-2009, 12:37 PM
end of 3rd Quarter

Philipine 67 - Malaysia 64 :)

ma4ma
06-06-2009, 12:39 PM
sure?:( link sir?:(

KevinDurant
06-06-2009, 12:40 PM
^^

what?? a 3pt. lead??

sergio23
06-06-2009, 12:40 PM
end of 3rd Quarter

Philipine 67 - Malaysia 64 :)

be sure you are telling the truth...

macan77
06-06-2009, 12:41 PM
end of 3rd Quarter

Philipine 67 - Malaysia 64 :)

how did you get the score bro? do you have any link? tnx

jahrakal
06-06-2009, 12:41 PM
its fake

why?

1. his from germany
2. this is an impossible scenario

sergio23
06-06-2009, 12:44 PM
damn...we are serious here...please dont give us false information...

ReSiAk
06-06-2009, 12:44 PM
:( sad to say, ahyy.
y r there no link?:confused:

im juz desperate to look for the real score.. i hope i'ts not the real score.
definitely not! ;)
i know our team pilipinas can do better than that. any link? updates?

ma4ma
06-06-2009, 12:45 PM
yah, perhaps he came from that chat box.,,:(:(:mad::mad:

sergio23
06-06-2009, 12:51 PM
no news again...

Sakamoto
06-06-2009, 12:54 PM
mabuti pa ung world women's 10ball may coverage nasa finals si rubilen amit.

trans

Rubilen amit of the philippines is in the finals of the world women's 10ball championships and she is leading 8-4 in a race to 10.

rubilen amit is the 2009 world women's 10ball champion.

w0otz
06-06-2009, 01:03 PM
News blackout again.. :D:p

reamily
06-06-2009, 01:12 PM
News blackout again.. :D:p

its not news blackout there are no forumers here who are in connection with the pba people and in malaysia this news should not be spread tommorrow:D:D:D

iandi_dunka
06-06-2009, 01:36 PM
SANTOS, BAGUIO-LED NATIONALS WALLOP MALAYSIA BY 27
But win proves costly as Powerade-RP loses another point guard to injury
Saturday, 06 June 2009

MEDAN, Indonesia – It took 20 years, but national coach Yeng Guiao finally had his revenge.
An assistant in 1989 when Malaysia stunned the Philippines in the final of the 7th Southeast Asian Games, Guiao was again at sideline Saturday – calling the shots this time – as Powerade-Team Pilipinas ran roughshod over the Malaysians, 100-73, at the start of the 8th SEABA Men’s Championship at the sweltering Angkasapura Lanud Basketball Hall.

The Nationals, who led by as many as 32 points, take on host Indonesia late Sunday evening, looking to put together a tighter performance than their sometimes shaky debut.

Arwind Santos had 19 points to lead Team RP, Cyrus Baguio added 16, Jared Dillinger 15 and Willie Miller 13 points, and all four where instrumental in checking a spirited 9-0 Malaysian comeback that brought them from a 51-31 deficit early in the third quarter to within nine points.

With planes from nearby Polonia Airport humming overhead, Powerade-RP overcame a tentative start and the hamstring injury to point guard Ryan Reyes late in the first quarter to put away the Malaysians midway in the second half, building an 88-56 advantage on Asi Taulava’s basket.

“I think we’ll improve as the tournament progresses,” said Guiao. “But we have to play better defense. We tend to relax every time we got into a run.”

The “mental mistakes”, Guiao said, were negated by the Nationals’ execution.

“We’re O.K. on the technical side,” he said. “We can shoot from the outside, we ran our breaks, and we also moved the ball well.”

But Guiao expressed concern over the potential loss of Reyes.

A revelation during the RP-Australia Goodwill Series, Reyes pulled a hamstring in his left thigh as he drove along the baseline with 1:24 left in the opening period.

The Sta. Lucia Realty rookie fell to the floor clutching the back of his thigh and limped back to the bench with help of team manager JB Baylon and assistant coach Roehl Nadurata.

“I heard a pop as I took off,” said Reyes, who spoke with Realtors team manager Buddy Encarnado as an ice pack was being applied on his injury.

“I have yet to talk to our trainer and hear his assessment,” said Guiao. “But Ryan will be a great loss if ever. We’re down to one point guard, Willie Miller, and he’s not really a natural point. This is something I have to talk to the coaching staff about.”

With Jayjay Helterbrand barely recovered from a similar hamstring pull and center Sonny Thoss resting his strained knee, Guiao went to every available player on the bench to deliver.

Thunderous dunks by Dillinger, Santos and Gabe Norwood brought the house down, inside penetrations by Baguio and Miller shredded the Malaysians’ defense, and Mick Pennisi, equally adept at draining 3-point shots and manning the paint defensively, held the fort, along with Taulava.

Malaysia converted 11 of 25 three-point shots, but had no other weapon to match the Nationals’ firepower, especially in the fourth quarter.

The scores:

POWERADE-RP 100 – Santos 19, Baguio 16, Dillinger 15, Miller 13, Taulava 11, De Ocampo 10, Yap 8, Pennisi 6, Norwood 2, Raymundo 0, Reyes 0.

MALAYSIA 73 – Tong 14, Wee 13, Kuek 10, Loh 7, Yoew 7, Ng 6, Kwaan 5, Chee 4, Ong 3, Chin 2, Koh 2, Heh 0.

Quarterscores: 26-10, 44-27, 74-54, 100-73

KevinDurant
06-06-2009, 01:42 PM
SANTOS, BAGUIO-LED NATIONALS WALLOP MALAYSIA BY 27
But win proves costly as Powerade-RP loses another point guard to injury
Saturday, 06 June 2009

MEDAN, Indonesia – It took 20 years, but national coach Yeng Guiao finally had his revenge.
An assistant in 1989 when Malaysia stunned the Philippines in the final of the 7th Southeast Asian Games, Guiao was again at sideline Saturday – calling the shots this time – as Powerade-Team Pilipinas ran roughshod over the Malaysians, 100-73, at the start of the 8th SEABA Men’s Championship at the sweltering Angkasapura Lanud Basketball Hall.

The Nationals, who led by as many as 32 points, take on host Indonesia late Sunday evening, looking to put together a tighter performance than their sometimes shaky debut.

Arwind Santos had 19 points to lead Team RP, Cyrus Baguio added 16, Jared Dillinger 15 and Willie Miller 13 points, and all four where instrumental in checking a spirited 9-0 Malaysian comeback that brought them from a 51-31 deficit early in the third quarter to within nine points.

With planes from nearby Polonia Airport humming overhead, Powerade-RP overcame a tentative start and the hamstring injury to point guard Ryan Reyes late in the first quarter to put away the Malaysians midway in the second half, building an 88-56 advantage on Asi Taulava’s basket.

“I think we’ll improve as the tournament progresses,” said Guiao. “But we have to play better defense. We tend to relax every time we got into a run.”

The “mental mistakes”, Guiao said, were negated by the Nationals’ execution.

“We’re O.K. on the technical side,” he said. “We can shoot from the outside, we ran our breaks, and we also moved the ball well.”

But Guiao expressed concern over the potential loss of Reyes.

A revelation during the RP-Australia Goodwill Series, Reyes pulled a hamstring in his left thigh as he drove along the baseline with 1:24 left in the opening period.

The Sta. Lucia Realty rookie fell to the floor clutching the back of his thigh and limped back to the bench with help of team manager JB Baylon and assistant coach Roehl Nadurata.

“I heard a pop as I took off,” said Reyes, who spoke with Realtors team manager Buddy Encarnado as an ice pack was being applied on his injury.

“I have yet to talk to our trainer and hear his assessment,” said Guiao. “But Ryan will be a great loss if ever. We’re down to one point guard, Willie Miller, and he’s not really a natural point. This is something I have to talk to the coaching staff about.”

With Jayjay Helterbrand barely recovered from a similar hamstring pull and center Sonny Thoss resting his strained knee, Guiao went to every available player on the bench to deliver.

Thunderous dunks by Dillinger, Santos and Gabe Norwood brought the house down, inside penetrations by Baguio and Miller shredded the Malaysians’ defense, and Mick Pennisi, equally adept at draining 3-point shots and manning the paint defensively, held the fort, along with Taulava.

Malaysia converted 11 of 25 three-point shots, but had no other weapon to match the Nationals’ firepower, especially in the fourth quarter.

The scores:

POWERADE-RP 100 – Santos 19, Baguio 16, Dillinger 15, Miller 13, Taulava 11, De Ocampo 10, Yap 8, Pennisi 6, Norwood 2, Raymundo 0, Reyes 0.

MALAYSIA 73 – Tong 14, Wee 13, Kuek 10, Loh 7, Yoew 7, Ng 6, Kwaan 5, Chee 4, Ong 3, Chin 2, Koh 2, Heh 0.

Quarterscores: 26-10, 44-27, 74-54, 100-73


Let's hope that they could also do that against tougher teams in FIBA Asia

rBd1004
06-06-2009, 01:43 PM
i think we can win by as much as 40-50 points if we had an injury-free players!!!

BEAT LALAKERS!!! GO ORLANDO!!!
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cod3breaker
06-06-2009, 01:45 PM
demmit. My idol.. Nuuuuuuuu.. We lost another PG. Sweet and sour news this is.. :mad:

raichu08
06-06-2009, 01:49 PM
if this continues yeng will be forced to take alapag in

KevinDurant
06-06-2009, 01:51 PM
Norwood must be their PG.

donno
06-06-2009, 02:11 PM
well, quite a sluggish tourney start for the Poweraide team as they only manage to beat the Malaysians by 27 (they even came within 9 at one point). i guess this is the result of not having much practice and actual games played but as what Coach Yeng said, this team will perform better as the tourney progresses.

i think the loss of Ryan Reyes may not be much of a factor here in SEABA as Miller, Norwood and Dillinger can do the PG chores (assuming Helterbrand will not suit up). but come the Jones Cup and FIBA-Asia joust and still these two PGs (Reyes and Helterbrand) are still unavailable, maybe Coach Yeng may seriously take another look of adding Alapag into the pool.

reamily
06-06-2009, 02:19 PM
if this continues yeng will be forced to take alapag in

Alapag no d and old give it to younger guys :D:D Jimmy has his shots lets not hinder the development of our players there are a lot players in the phils. specifically in the pba who can play defense and play but for now JJ has a shot because i do not see him in the final line up but btw bout norwood he can play the point but the main thing about pg he is missing the leadership, skill as he is a backup point guard (no, the utility bench player in GMU cause he can play 1,2,3 and even 4), that Hapee needed a eugene tan or Saguindel to run the offense

Yeng prefers tough head pt guards like cruz, topex and now Billones the richest player in the world and the player LBJ trying to emulate :D:D:D

cod3breaker
06-06-2009, 02:24 PM
Maybe they could consider Solomon Mercado?

OR better yet...

Andy "The Papable" Barroca!

:D

reamily
06-06-2009, 02:28 PM
Maybe they could consider Solomon Mercado?

OR better yet...

Andy "The Papable" Barroca!

:D

Sakto but the scouts they heard the sol mercado name first:D:D:D:D

reamily
06-06-2009, 02:33 PM
Let's hope that they could also do that against tougher teams in FIBA Asia

realistically they should win against these perennial cellar dwellers if they qualify in fiba asia Malaysia team but still a scoring feast style makes ballgames As we need to see the game to judge but one side thing of my mind comes to me that this performance doesn't ring a bell to the even top 8 asian teams as syria has the ability to crumple them also by 40 but well see in the ball game we need to be mentally tough:D:D

to all rp team critics criticize them now as I hate to do it myb maybe some of my fellow forumers are right rp powerade team is ill prepared:(

RNHalawi
06-06-2009, 03:22 PM
SEABA DAY 1

Team Pilipinas - 100
Malaysia - 73

Indonesia - 79
Singapore - 65

http://tinyurl.com/SEABA

:)

pinoyballer
06-06-2009, 03:41 PM
Pathetic showing by RP or SEABA opponents have improved or both? Looks very gloomy, indeed.

nardy
06-06-2009, 03:52 PM
if this continues yeng will be forced to take alapag in

I hope Coach Yeng does add Jimmy Alapag but Jason Castro, Wynne Arboleda and Solomon Mercado are players which I heard is more to the liking of Yeng over Jimmy.

kerouac82
06-06-2009, 04:03 PM
I wouldn't be surprised if there would be limited TV coverage of the SEABA tournament in Medan. Experience tells us that host countries in which basketball is not the national religion will not bother to set up a broadcasters' booth, much less an international broadcast center on the premises. In this case, then, Solar or whoever is supposed to broadcast will be forced to bring in their own equipment. Factor in the customs and transportation costs (no direct flights from Manila to Medan), the city itself (nardy mentioned here that Medan is something like Calapan compared to Jakarta), and the distance between the port of entry and the tournament site.

Going to the game itself, Reyes' injury does not seem to be that serious. I agree with another poster here that Guiao should play Norwood at PG (his natural position), and maybe Dillinger can share spot duties with Miller from time to time. The final margin does not seem to be that alarming either: we scored 100 points without a legitimate point guard.

nardy
06-06-2009, 04:07 PM
Pathetic showing by RP or SEABA opponents have improved or both? Looks very gloomy, indeed.

With Williams ailing plus Helterbrand, Reyes, Pennisi and Thoss already injured out of the 14 players chosen by Yeng Guiao, the team was forced not to exert too much as they might loose more players.

Having more than 4 replacement players would greatly affect whatever team chemistry they had already established and with the actual FIBA-Asia tournament less than 2 months away that is really very critical.

So I think they should just play to win and drop whatever massacre they had previously planned as it is very risky, we have to remember our players are not that young anymore and a number of them are injury prone. This is not the tournament that they should go full blast.

nardy
06-06-2009, 04:18 PM
http://www.fibaasia.net/cms/media/5/20090606-Publication%20logo%20hor3.jpg

8TH SEABA CHAMPIONSHIP FOR MEN
6-9 JUNE 2009
MEDAN INDONESIA

Participating Teams
Indonesia
Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore

Competition Schedule

06/06/09 Saturday
1: 1700hrs (PR)- Malaysia vs Philippines 73:100
.. 1900hrs Opening Ceremony
2: 2000hrs (PR)- Indonesia vs Singapore 79:65

07/06/09 Sunday
3: 1800hrs (PR)- Singapore vs Malaysia
4: 2000hrs (PR)- Philippines vs Indonesia

08/06/09 Monday
5: 1800hrs (PR)- Singapore vs Philippines
6: 2000hrs (PR)- Indonesia vs Malaysia

09/06/09 Tuesday
7: 1800hrs (Final)- PR 1st Place vs PR 2nd Place
.. 2000hrs Closing Ceremony & Prize Presentation

(All games in local time - Medan Indonesia)



------------

http://www.smartgilas.com
http://www.twitter.com/smartgilas
http://teampilipinas.ourtoolbar.com



FREE LIVE STREAM & UPDATE (SEABA)
http://tinyurl.com/RPTeam

patay-butiki
06-06-2009, 04:39 PM
methinks powerade team pilipinas can still pull some surprises in fiba-asia.

1. hate him or love him, but coach yeng has proven that he can beat stronger (on paper) teams. dehadista.

2. the team can field a very strong first 5 (competitive with most ME teams). i.e. reyes, yap, santos, aguilar, taulava.

i'm not a big fan though of thoss and heterbrand. thoss maybe too soft. jj, i don't like his game. he's just fast. period.

anyways, whatever, wherever. go team pilipinas. :D:D:D

DiegoClang
06-06-2009, 09:05 PM
sa presinto ka magreklamo wag dito sa interbasket forum.

trans:

its nice to hear the name POWERADE TEAM PILIPINAS than any other else.
ive been to presinto ocho. They told me to come here, they said "there's a FORUM there where you could air your grievances" :D
Do you even buy Powerade? Me, just Gatorade....be like Mike, i wanna be like Mike :D

dreamwalker
06-06-2009, 10:24 PM
realistically they should win against these perennial cellar dwellers if they qualify in fiba asia Malaysia team but still a scoring feast style makes ballgames As we need to see the game to judge but one side thing of my mind comes to me that this performance doesn't ring a bell to the even top 8 asian teams as syria has the ability to crumple them also by 40 but well see in the ball game we need to be mentally tough:D:D

to all rp team critics criticize them now as I hate to do it myb maybe some of my fellow forumers are right rp powerade team is ill prepared:(

Indonesia, southeast asia's no. 2 will give them a real scare. SM Britama represents the main core of its national team, toughend by international tournaments and some wins over a highly touted Philippine teams, they fear as no more and will be demanding some kind of respect that they are no longer pushovers.

Powerade needs to get their act together losing will be a nightmare. They don't fear as no more. A monumental upset over our highly fancied professional players will be a major statement to lay claim that they rightfully belong to the FIBA-Asia championships.

I love everything about the Philippines but I hate those wrong people running it.

With so many injuries, I can only plead for Smart-Gilas and Powerade to unite as one............ Only one team ------ Philippines

macan77
06-07-2009, 12:25 AM
Give RP powerade team time to jell..I guess they are more keen on doing the plays than winning the big margin..concern though are the injuries that this team has..almost half of them are injured..well, even if they only have seven players, they can win the tournament but the mission in this tournament is not winning it, but the jelling and execution of the plays..hope, come fiba-asia tournament comes, they would be injury-free team and healthy.

donno
06-07-2009, 05:48 AM
Maybe they could consider Solomon Mercado?

OR better yet...

Andy "The Papable" Barroca!

:D

Mercado is a good option but i think he's not ready yet to be inserted in the NT as he sometimes looses control of his game not to mention his inconsistency in playing PG (i feel he's more of a SG player than a PG).

well, let's see who are some possible candidates for Reyes' replacement:

Arboleda- tends to loose control of the game but is a tough PG defender. his "gulang" plays fits to Yeng Guiao's likes.

Tenorio- too small (might be smaller than Alapag) and inconsistent but has improved his PG skills and decision-making over the years.

Cortez- can't gamble on him as he only came back from that serious ankle injury besides he's a damaged good already.

Miranda- maybe a good choice but is a liability from the outside.

Cabagnot- decent PG with a good outside touch but his decision-making is quite questionable.

Castro- a pass-first PG but needs to assert more on his offense.

Alapag- good outside shooter and doesn't afraid to attack the hoop (as seen in his last 2007 stint). his liablities are his size and advancing age.

Barroca- an offensive-minded PG as seen in the recent FIBA-Asia Champions Cup. maybe a good option as he already knows how to play against the Middle East teams. the only problem for him is that some of our opponents already scouted his game.

Ross- too raw for the NT.

given these possible PG candidates, i'd say that my top 3 for Reyes' replacement are Alapag, Barroca and Castro with Alapag being the first choice.

PUGOtipm
06-07-2009, 07:05 AM
the 3 point shooting is still the main problem that the RP team must resolve. They must not live and die with the 3pt shot. they must use their athleticism and quickness more as the USA team did in the Olympics.

TrueBluePinoy
06-07-2009, 07:58 AM
the 3 point shooting is still the main problem that the RP team must resolve. They must not live and die with the 3pt shot. they must use their athleticism and quickness more as the USA team did in the Olympics.

Isn't the US style of play this team needs to avoid??:D:D

RNHalawi
06-07-2009, 12:34 PM
(SEABA Day 2 Results)

Malaysia - 82
Singapore - 70

Team Pilipinas - 103
Indonesia - 64

:)

nardy
06-07-2009, 02:12 PM
http://www.fibaasia.net/cms/media/5/20090606-Competition%20Schedule_250.jpg

http://www.fibaasia.net/cms/media/5/20090607-DSCN3333_150.JPG
TEAM MALAYSIA

http://www.fibaasia.net/cms/media/5/20090607-DSCN3334_150.JPG
TEAM PILIPINAS

http://www.fibaasia.net/cms/media/5/20090607-DSCN3361_150.JPG
TEAM SINGAPORE

http://www.fibaasia.net/cms/media/5/20090607-DSCN3362_150.JPG
TEAM INDONESIA


----- courtesy of FIBA.com

DRRC
06-07-2009, 03:00 PM
does anyone know where we can watch the games on the net
thanks

kentpaul
06-08-2009, 11:42 AM
SIN 27-58 PHI
HALF TIME

Long Wong-Wei (SIN ) 10pts,2rebs,3assts 4/11 FG
Cyrus Baguio (PHI) 12pts,3assts,2stls 4/8 FG

kentpaul
06-08-2009, 12:14 PM
3 point shots are not consistent for the RP squad in some games...that quite threatening me considering that it was a major weapon needed for us to succeed considering of our disadvantage in height... or maybe it was only me who was thinking that we miss our 3 point bombers... Like Jimmy Alapag and even Florendo Ritualo.... Yeah, James Yap was present, even Willie Miller, Ranidel De Ocampo, Cyrus Baguio anf of course, Mick Penissi... But I think we somewhat lacks of Pure Shooters... cause of all the players whom I mention,..I think the only Pure shooter were James Yap and Mick Penissi... Willie Miller and Cyrus Baguio are mostly known as Slashers... Though,...I respect our selection...I am just sharing my thoughts... ^_^

ANIMO FILLIPINAS

rhk111
06-08-2009, 12:58 PM
http://sports.inquirer.net/amateur/amateur/view/20090608-209284/Malaysians-now-taller-bigger

Malaysians Now Taller, Bigger

By Musong R. Castillo
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 01:08:00 06/08/2009

Filed Under: Basketball

MEDAN, Indonesia — The Philippines’ Southeast Asian neighbors are fast catching up with the Filipinos in terms of player height.

Against Malaysia in the Southeast Asia Basketball championship here Saturday night, the Nationals were surprised to face tall, hefty foes.

The Malaysians had at least three players standing close to 6-foot-10, all looking very young and agile.

Talent-wise, though, the Malaysians were still a far cry from the American-influenced Filipino cagers.

For one, the Malaysians lacked the desire to drive to the basket, a key aspect in every Filipino player’s game.

They seemed content on moving the ball around and trying to find the open man for a jumpshot, just like the way the Koreans do.

* * *

Every player in any collection of superstars like the Powerade-Pilipinas quintet is expected to play roles for the team.

Preferred treatment and the long playing time each one normally gets from this mother PBA ballclubs are not in the equation.

The same goes for team officials.

RP team manager Jose Bayani Baylon, also the Coca-Cola representative to the PBA board, also turns in his share and doesn’t act like the corporate bigwig that he is.

After the Nationals warmed up for their opening game against Malaysia Saturday, Baylon gathered the players to one end of the court where the Seaba banner was and took their picture.

During timeouts, he helps hand out bottled water to the players. And when Ryan Reyes went down because of a pulled hamstring, Baylon was first on the scene. He helped carry the Sta. Lucia guard back to the bench.

********************

Just because they are tall, doesn't necessarility mean they are better. The key, is finding tall, good players. Even in the Philippines there are a couple of players who are around 6'7" to 6'9", but some of them are not really that good. Case in point would be Eric Suguitan (6'7") and Francis De Leon (6'9").

reamily
06-08-2009, 03:22 PM
http://sports.inquirer.net/amateur/amateur/view/20090608-209284/Malaysians-now-taller-bigger

Malaysians Now Taller, Bigger

By Musong R. Castillo
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 01:08:00 06/08/2009

Filed Under: Basketball

MEDAN, Indonesia — The Philippines’ Southeast Asian neighbors are fast catching up with the Filipinos in terms of player height.

Against Malaysia in the Southeast Asia Basketball championship here Saturday night, the Nationals were surprised to face tall, hefty foes.

The Malaysians had at least three players standing close to 6-foot-10, all looking very young and agile.

Talent-wise, though, the Malaysians were still a far cry from the American-influenced Filipino cagers.

For one, the Malaysians lacked the desire to drive to the basket, a key aspect in every Filipino player’s game.

They seemed content on moving the ball around and trying to find the open man for a jumpshot, just like the way the Koreans do.

* * *

Every player in any collection of superstars like the Powerade-Pilipinas quintet is expected to play roles for the team.

Preferred treatment and the long playing time each one normally gets from this mother PBA ballclubs are not in the equation.

The same goes for team officials.

RP team manager Jose Bayani Baylon, also the Coca-Cola representative to the PBA board, also turns in his share and doesn’t act like the corporate bigwig that he is.

After the Nationals warmed up for their opening game against Malaysia Saturday, Baylon gathered the players to one end of the court where the Seaba banner was and took their picture.

During timeouts, he helps hand out bottled water to the players. And when Ryan Reyes went down because of a pulled hamstring, Baylon was first on the scene. He helped carry the Sta. Lucia guard back to the bench.

********************

Just because they are tall, doesn't necessarility mean they are better. The key, is finding tall, good players. Even in the Philippines there are a couple of players who are around 6'7" to 6'9", but some of them are not really that good. Case in point would be Eric Suguitan (6'7") and Francis De Leon (6'9").

punto correct:D:D:D


and look for some forums and i do not see any players in their pro league who is above 200 cms which is 6'7 and i look at their u18 team last year isee 2 to 3 6'7 (200 cm ) guys looks like the author is used to height padding in rp:D:D they are also thin back then but mainly Norberto Torres, Golla, Pascual, and Jaypee Mendoza is "minama" this guys what if Arvie bringas is there maybe Dato yeoh chok (sorry if i am mispelled) did his best to recruit ll tall players in Malaysia as it didnt help as we need to wait another 2 years if they really have what we called improvement:D:D:D

Cammomile
06-09-2009, 04:32 AM
3 point shots are not consistent for the RP squad in some games...that quite threatening me considering that it was a major weapon needed for us to succeed considering of our disadvantage in height... or maybe it was only me who was thinking that we miss our 3 point bombers... Like Jimmy Alapag and even Florendo Ritualo.... Yeah, James Yap was present, even Willie Miller, Ranidel De Ocampo, Cyrus Baguio anf of course, Mick Penissi... But I think we somewhat lacks of Pure Shooters... cause of all the players whom I mention,..I think the only Pure shooter were James Yap and Mick Penissi... Willie Miller and Cyrus Baguio are mostly known as Slashers... Though,...I respect our selection...I am just sharing my thoughts... ^_^

ANIMO FILLIPINAS

Here is my opinion

Based on what i see RP can really score. What we should focus on is defence
and im sory to tell this but they realy suck in playing defence. Im not pointing at the SEABA but the past RP stints and hopefully not this Powerade team. Reason why Smart Gilas is doing a good job is bcoz of youth. They are eager enough to run to a shooting player and atleast contest a shot. while the RP powerade tend to be lazy on defence.
I like the Addition of jarred dillinger and arwind santos. Particularly Dillinger,That guy is a horse when it comes to defence. I would like to see japeth Do some weakside blocks ive seen him do it in the states.This guy can realy Jump. Thats something Asi cant do since he is old. Sonny thoss can be a good defender but he hasnt learn to play good dfence without fouling. Ryn reyes is a big loss since he used to rank number one in steals in the PBA.
Helterbrand sucks in Defence( fact)
Kerby Plays good Offence but lacks Defence
Ranidel De Ocampo Is not tall Enuf
MIck pinisi was never a shot blocker but just intimidates ppol
Asi is getting slower much likes how Shaq, now a shell of his former self

Im not bashing..This are facts
Fact!

jahrakal
06-09-2009, 07:28 AM
leave the defense to coach yeng
he is a master to that

icebreaker
06-09-2009, 12:45 PM
How about Robert Jaworski...? He has done well in the 1988 Beijing Asian Games - 2nd place - losing to China by only 16 points (I think 92-76). I'll be rooting for his comeback again to coach our NT in the future... There's no way we can match up with China in height... But, I strongly believe that he can surely turn an underdog team into a champion team!!! :)

ch3skv143so
06-09-2009, 12:57 PM
How about Robert Jaworski...? He has done well in the 1988 Beijing Asian Games - 2nd place - losing to China by only 16 points (I think 92-76). I'll be rooting for his comeback again to coach our NT in the future... There's no way we can match up with China in height... But, I strongly believe that he can surely turn an underdog team into a champion team!!! :)

robert jaworski ia a bad choice. for one, he hasnt coached a basketball team in years. we dont just expect him to do miracles like moses do we? besides that, his brand of basketball is more the run and gun type of play and flashy passes unlike the thinking game basketball has evolved into. when asked what he thought of the philippine team. he quipped. "wag na tayong magpantasya." i know he meant that in a constructive way but still i say "screw you useless ex-senator, philippine basketball is doing fine without you. i understand your sentimentality and stuff but jaworski is just a bad choice. the nt deserves a better coach than him.

Sakamoto
06-09-2009, 01:05 PM
How about Robert Jaworski...? He has done well in the 1988 Beijing Asian Games - 2nd place - losing to China by only 16 points (I think 92-76). I'll be rooting for his comeback again to coach our NT in the future... There's no way we can match up with China in height... But, I strongly believe that he can surely turn an underdog team into a champion team!!! :)
it was in the 1990 beijing asian games

icebreaker
06-09-2009, 01:10 PM
it was in the 1990 beijing asian games

Sakamoto, Thanks for the correction... :) It's Jaworski's never-say-die spirit that's seem missing in Yeng's team. RP team needs that to beat China.

b3lowzro
06-09-2009, 01:31 PM
Sakamoto, Thanks for the correction... :) It's Jaworski's never-say-die spirit that's seem missing in Yeng's team. RP team needs that to beat China.

hasty generalization like that tends to make coach chot in a few years ago mad like hell at us and c'mon this is Seaba, no use of destroying other teams here. Also Yeng Guaio is making plays that would lessen the risk of injuries.

icebreaker
06-10-2009, 05:51 AM
Let's hope this RP team of Yeng performs better in the Jones Cup. I would like them to be in the top 3 of the tournament to have a shot of the crown in the FIBA Asia. :):)

onono1
06-10-2009, 10:15 AM
Let's hope this RP team of Yeng performs better in the Jones Cup. I would like them to be in the top 3 of the tournament to have a shot of the crown in the FIBA Asia. :):)

Ooopps, hold it hold it. Jones Cup tournament is not considered as barometer for team philippines success for a coveted FIBA Asia crown. If you will care enough to backread previous posts or topics (if your not lazy) then you will find the right answer ;)

KevinDurant
06-10-2009, 10:17 AM
Let's hope this RP team of Yeng performs better in the Jones Cup. I would like them to be in the top 3 of the tournament to have a shot of the crown in the FIBA Asia. :):)


we should perform better there but at the same time hide some of our aces...

RNHalawi
06-11-2009, 06:37 AM
MORE SEABA PICS HERE:
http://tinyurl.com/Teamphotos

TEAM PILIPINAS @ SEABA (Warm up VIDEO)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5TbWSpkktw
http://www.youtube.com/dude3nuckle

http://img218.imageshack.us/img218/2136/rpimage322.jpg

http://img197.imageshack.us/img197/5220/62811201.jpg

http://img197.imageshack.us/img197/170/11220054.jpg
(PhotoS by Nuki Sabio/PBA)

MORE PICS HERE:
http://tinyurl.com/Teamphotos

TEAM PILIPINAS @ SEABA (Warm up VIDEO)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5TbWSpkktw
http://www.youtube.com/dude3nuckle

:)

bolabasket
06-11-2009, 10:12 AM
so who's the MVP in SEABA?

danilo
06-13-2009, 02:10 AM
Caguioa and aguilar will suit up later on.


:eek:

:eek:

:eek:

:eek:

Cammomile
06-13-2009, 02:23 AM
Caguioa and aguilar will suit up later on.


:eek:

:eek:

:eek:

:eek:


Caguiao? i dont think so..

danilo
06-13-2009, 02:27 AM
yes.. the time the RP qualified. it is also the time caguioa will suit up.


it is because...



(scouting):)

:)

:)

b3lowzro
06-13-2009, 02:35 AM
yes.. the time the RP qualified. it is also the time caguioa will suit up.


it is because...



(scouting):)

:)

:)

Caguiao is severely injured he can't play on the Tianjin wars. If we qualify of the worlds maybe Coach Yeng might consider him.

danilo
06-13-2009, 02:53 AM
RP team is hiding some things...

they will not show everything they can do on the court.

might as well marc caguioa, he is not suiting up becoz he is also

the secret arsenal.:D

:D

reamily
06-13-2009, 03:13 AM
RP team is hiding some things...

they will not show everything they can do on the court.

might as well marc caguioa, he is not suiting up becoz he is also

the secret arsenal.:D

:D

secret weapon yeah better he goes secret:D:D:D:D

Cammomile
06-13-2009, 04:41 AM
RP team is hiding some things...

they will not show everything they can do on the court.

might as well marc caguioa, he is not suiting up becoz he is also

the secret arsenal.:D

:D


What ever you are smoking i want it!! That most be some strong stuff!!


well moving forward i do believe the absent of the spark wont be missed that much becoz of the new ADDITIONS...If we have an ace that would be japth..We dont need more guards..we need a legit Center of Powerforwrd..We need added ceiling!!

andry
06-13-2009, 05:53 AM
RP team is hiding some things...

they will not show everything they can do on the court.

might as well marc caguioa, he is not suiting up becoz he is also

the secret arsenal.:D

:D

this is plausible since most of the guards are either injured or about to get injured lol. if he gets well soon, he might be considered as last minute replacement. however, he is not a sort of secret weapon-- though there are rumors that we are secretly recruiting the israeli zohan to take care of our middle eastern opponents. ;)

reamily
06-13-2009, 06:02 AM
What ever you are smoking i want it!! That most be some strong stuff!!


well moving forward i do believe the absent of the spark wont be missed that much becoz of the new ADDITIONS...If we have an ace that would be japth..We dont need more guards..we need a legit Center of Powerforwrd..We need added ceiling!!

you should not be too harsh too him malay mo:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

danilo
06-13-2009, 06:38 AM
national team coach yeng still keeping in touch with caguioa.

and yes.. a naturalised player gonna be included in the roster later on.:D

danilo
06-13-2009, 06:42 AM
im appealint NT coach to include alapag in the line up

pinoybrat
06-13-2009, 08:48 AM
as long as we win... any margin difference is favorable... a win is a win... as yeng says " we can sacrifice our big leads just to execute our plays well"

trans: size doesnt matter it's the performance :D

Cammomile
06-13-2009, 02:02 PM
you should not be too harsh too him malay mo:D:D:D:D:D:D:D


I love to believe him but unless its proven i wont..Well if Giles can play with japeth in Powerade then we have a contender right der!!

macan77
06-14-2009, 12:37 AM
I love to believe him but unless its proven i wont..Well if Giles can play with japeth in Powerade then we have a contender right der!!
then we should be sure of one slot if that's the case..

Cammomile
06-14-2009, 04:52 AM
then we should be sure of one slot if that's the case..

thats IF..



well on a lighter scale..i was checking my Facebook account Asi Taulava Gabe norwood Jarred Dillinger are in my Friends list..I gotta tell you this ppol are popular in Indonesia. they are having a hell of a fan base. PPol asking about gabe and Dillingers picts.. Thos 2 guys be mage magnets..

konstructura
06-14-2009, 03:54 PM
so true..in fact when you look at the facebook fan account of the PBA, there are so many Indonesian fans in there.I think the ppol in meDan really appreciate the kindness and lots of showtime play that our national team shown in seaba :)

tamagurl87
06-17-2009, 08:52 AM
thats IF..



well on a lighter scale..i was checking my Facebook account Asi Taulava Gabe norwood Jarred Dillinger are in my Friends list..I gotta tell you this ppol are popular in Indonesia. they are having a hell of a fan base. PPol asking about gabe and Dillingers picts.. Thos 2 guys be mage magnets..

good for you cammomile
they did not approve my friend request yet:(:(:(

danilo
06-20-2009, 04:55 AM
caguioa came back....

nearly 2 weeks to go nlang... and he is 110% again...
ready for tianjin wars.


:):):):):):):):)

macan77
06-21-2009, 12:05 AM
caguioa came back....

nearly 2 weeks to go nlang... and he is 110% again...
ready for tianjin wars.


:):):):):):):):)

forget caguioa dude..he should be good for the run and gun team of TG but forget it..time constraint

sucker4lush
08-14-2009, 09:42 AM
If he graduated after college like players playing for US for greener pastures, he will be your top prospect or draft pick if you have draft and I think he is the nexRonny Gunawan he will be a great power forward as he posses quickness from his La Salle Stint:D

Looks like he traveled... twice. He stole the ball half way between the opposite 3 point line and half court, and only dribbled twice.

It's not like he has a long stride either. Actually looks like he took about four steps after his last dribble. Bad video though...

przemek
08-21-2009, 07:08 AM
hello,
i know, it is not the right forum for my request, but anyway.

ok, i joined the lao basketball and it was a hugh joke!!
i was the national team coach for 1 months.
but:
no organisation, no money, no motivation. the tollest guy was 186 cm and the level was very very low.

now my question:
is somebody from the philippines interested in me??

I am a 34 years old German man and have accumulated many years of experience as a semi- professional and professional basketball player as well as a coach. I would like to benefit you with my support at any level ( highschool, college or whatever).

Im really not expensive, motivated team is more importend for me- at any level with some prospect.
please, no women basketball.

If you were interested to meet me, i will be glad you enter in contact with me, soon.
I am currently in North- Thailand.

thanks
przemek