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  • sroth3839
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    Originally posted by magic_chiongson View Post

    RJ is in danger of getting pba-bound if he is not under contract next season
    Double edged sword pero if he ends up in any SMC team, baka makita natin sya in a Gilas uniform.

    RJ is the closest we have to a Jayson Castro.

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  • magic_chiongson
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    Originally posted by greenarcher View Post
    Wright and RJ need new teams.
    RJ is in danger of getting pba-bound if he is not under contract next season

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  • greenarcher
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    Wright and RJ need new teams.

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  • paulrenzo
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    Thirdy finally making it to BLeague playoffs

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  • Silent Killer
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    From Twitter

    Baekpd1983

    SJ Belangel will announce his contract renewal with KOGAS soon.
    Note : He will earn more than USD$180k a year.

    #SJBelangel #KOGAS #KBL

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  • Silent Killer
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    Originally posted by IPC View Post
    Jhazmin Joson to Goldfields Giants in NBL1. https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/j...dfields/298525
    She will do well here in nbl 1. was impressive in 3x3 asia cup..

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  • Rds
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    Originally posted by IPC View Post
    Jhazmin Joson to Goldfields Giants in NBL1. https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/j...dfields/298525
    One of our best shooters. Surprised she's only 5'7.

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  • IPC
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    Jhazmin Joson to Goldfields Giants in NBL1. https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/j...dfields/298525

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  • Silent Killer
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    Ethan Alvano won the KBL MVP for 23-24 season

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  • BJ_Reloaded
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    Sir Paul
    cc: Sir Mets

    it is a total hypocrisy on the part FIBA if they are not fully aware that other country(s) specifically Qatar and Indonesia(?) are practicing(?) by recruiting younglings from other nation(s) who doesn't had the bloodline on those I mentioned.

    admit it or not(publicly) they are fully aware of what's going on each member's actions on that "before 16 document"

    there's an official document on the table with a duly signed signature of an active gov't. officials e.g. President, Senators, Prime Minister among others and FIBA doesn't want to contest that to avoid any(more) discussions, confirmation, validation among others. "May official document na hawak ang bata, you cannot argue with that." masyadong masakit sa ulo yan and they don't want additional workload if they pursue some litigation/court hearing things.

    if the argument is all about " why you(active government officials) provided an official document on those kids despite that they don't really had a connection on that backyard since the time of Adam.

    FIBA's lips are already sealed on this.

    that is why.​

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  • paulrenzo
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    Originally posted by Metta View Post
    Although Hagop helps avoid countries from exploiting citizenship rules, it also inadvertently penalizes athletes who are dependent on the actions of their parents.

    For athletes that realizes later on that they have deep affinity for a country that they have roots in (and demonstrates it), they are still limited by actions (or inactions) of their parents when they were minors. They are paying for someone else's mistake.
    I wonder if it even managed to achieve its objective. Isnt it the practice of some countries to naturalize promising players before the age of 16?

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  • hmbopbaduwap
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    Jack Animam NBL1 bound

    MANILA, Philippines — Jack Animam is taking her act to Australia as she signed with the Ringwood Hawks in the National Basketball League 1 women’s division. Philtimes — an Australian

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  • JAMSKIE
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    Originally posted by IPC View Post
    Rumor here that KBL teams are targeting Tamayo and Quiambao: https://x.com/baekpd1983/status/1773...611770919?s=20
    That's good for both Tamayo & Quiambao if that pushes through. I believe Tamayo & Quiambao have better chances getting the playing time playing in the KBL than playing in the B-league. Only 1 world import can play at a time in the KBL while 2 World imports can play at the same time in the B-league. Then a No. of B-league teams have naturalized players & they count as locals, hence a B-league team can field 2 World imports & a naturalized player at the same time.

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  • IPC
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    Rumor here that KBL teams are targeting Tamayo and Quiambao: https://x.com/baekpd1983/status/1773...611770919?s=20

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  • Metta
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    Although Hagop helps avoid countries from exploiting citizenship rules, it also inadvertently penalizes athletes who are dependent on the actions of their parents.

    For athletes that realizes later on that they have deep affinity for a country that they have roots in (and demonstrates it), they are still limited by actions (or inactions) of their parents when they were minors. They are paying for someone else's mistake.

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