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    Franz may need Ilad as an in-house enforcer. hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by capitantiago View Post
    Franz may need Ilad as an in-house enforcer. hahaha
    It just shows the status of our basketball here it's what you called branding only players in the blue or green are advertised good players. That's why I salute Junmar he didn't bite mvp's ploy.

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    LLAMADOS DEAL FOR BARROCA
    Powerhouse B-Meg roster awaits Cone
    BY NOLI CORTEZ
    WITH former Alaska coach Tim Cone waiting in the wings, B-Meg has started to put together the final pieces for a probable championship run in the Philippine Cup that kicks off the 37th season of the PBA on Oct. 2.

    B-Meg was to present before Commissioner Chito Salud yesterday papers for a three-team trade with Barako Bull and Shopinas.com that would net the Llamados a top point guard in Andy Mark Barroca.

    According to a team source, the Llamados initiated the trade to fill up a void in their backcourt due to the torn ACL injury suffered by Jonas Villanueva in the last Governors Cup.

    Barroca, chief backup of JV Casio in the Smart-Gilas national team, was drafted at No. 5 overall by Shopinas.

    In exchange, the Barako Bull got Don Carlos Allado and B-Meg’s future second round pick, while the Clickers obtained the Energy’s Elmer Espiritu and the Llamados’ second round pick, Brian Ilad.

    If Salud approves the trade, Barroca will alternate at the point with Roger Yap and Josh Urbiztondo and can complement a team that boasts two-time MVP James Yap, PJ Simon and Marc Pingris.

    Making the Llamados more power-laden is the return of Rico Maierhofer, who has fully recovered from the torn ACL injury he suffered early last season. Kerby Raymundo is also set to make his own comeback from a third-degree sprain on Sept. 22 and further strengthen a frontline that also has Joe Devance and Rafi Reavis.

    For the Philippine Cup, B-Meg will be handled by Richard del Rosario, who has been named interim coach, while Cone, who parted ways with Alaska last week, will act as consultant, at least in the season-opening Philippine Cup.

    Cone, who won 13 titles in 22 years with the Uytengsu franchise, including the Grand Slam in 1996, is sure to wind up with the San Miguel Corp. coaching group and, eventually, B-Meg, according to the team insider.

    "Hindi puwedeng sa Petron (Blaze) dahil kapapanalo lang, samantalang dalawang mabibigat na coaches (Siot Tanquingcen and Jong Uichico) na ang nandoon sa Ginebra," the insider said. "Kaya sa B-Meg siya most likely mapupunta."

    Meanwhile, Del Rosario and Rene Pardo, B-Meg’s representative to the PBA board, were set to meet yesterday, with the former reportedly out to clarify Cone’s role with the team.

    "Coach Richard has a contract with (the NCAA’s) St. Benilde (Blazers) that expires in mid-October and he is also the coach of PC Gilmore in the PBA D-League. He will also be acting as a TV announcer and segment producer of TV5," related the insider.

    "So he wants the air cleared, whether he will be staying long-term as head coach of B-Meg. If not, he can chart his own future course," the source said
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    They need to change the name of their team to DLSU-Shopinas Shopaholics.

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    if Tim Cone does end-up coaching BMeg .....

    they should change the team's name to Magnolia Ice Cream

    so that it will be Ice Cream with a Cone hahaha!
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    Top 5 Trades and Transactions Made by San Miguel Beermen

    One of the most popular team in the PBA for a decade is the San Miguel Beer. Even changing their name to Royal Tru Orange, Magnolia Beverage Masters up to the latest, the Governor's Cup Champion, the Petron Blaze Boosters.

    And since it is the off season, and we all know that this is the time where all 10 teams are busy making their roster a force to reckon this coming season.

    To begin with, let us look back on how San Miguel Beermen change the phase of their basketball legacy through their trades and transactions made over the past three decades. There are too many to mention but we will go down to top 5 memorable trades and transaction made by the 19th time champion.

    TOP 5 (The trade between Ramon Fernandez and Abet Guidaben Part II.)

    This trade happened when I was 7 years old and not so aware about the happenings in the PBA. This happened when Ramon Fernandez, by that time is the Purefoods' Playing Coach, is "accused" of dropping the game. He was benched by Chris Calilan, the team's manager, during their game against Anejo Rhum 65. And because of that, he was traded again to Abet Guidaben, who is playing for San Miguel Beermen. This is their second time that they were traded with each other. And after the trade, Don Ramon lead the Beermen to 1988 Reinforced Conference, all the way to their 1989 Grandslam. He also got his 4th and final MVP award during his stint with the Beermen.

    TOP 4 (Olsen Racela to San Miguel Beermen)

    Before the 1997 season, Ron Jacobs handle the team from Norman Black. The team was very serious in their "rebuilding mode". One of the key position they want to rebuild is the position that Hector Calma vacated. The Director is the vital piece of their numerous championships and the rare grandslam. And after he retired at some point in 1994 - 95, SMB is nowhere to found his replacement. They drafted Siot Tancquincen, Matt Makalintal and even use Frankie Lim as their pointguard, but they were unsuccessful in bringing back the glory.

    Enter the Olsen Racela, a seldom used point guard in the rotation of Purefoods, became a free agent. And without hesitations, Ron Jacobs sign him and became the main PG of the team. And the rest is history! Numerous championships, mythical selections and national stint. After the Philippine Cup 2010, Olsen announced his retirement and become one of the assistant coaches of Petron.

    TOP 3 (Danny Ildefonso as the 1st pick)

    The 1998 PBA Draft is one of the most awaited draft during that time, and its because of the National University Standout, Danny Ildefonso. Unluckily, the Shell TurboChargers got the 1st pick, while the SMB got the second. Still in their rebuilding mode, they want Danny Ildefonso to be their pick in the said draft. So after some negotiations, the Shell and SMB swapped picks and Shell got Noy Castillo, a Fil-Am sweet shooting guard. Shell accepted the swap because they still have Benjie Paras. Some of the rumors back then, Shell agrees to swap their picks as long as the SMB wont sign Chris Jackson, a free-agent by that time, whom Coach Ron wants to be in his team, which is very known about this defense.

    TOP 2 (Danny Seigle as Direct Hire)

    1999, it was the year where PBA and arch-rival, MBA, is competing on who's the greatest basketball show in Asia. That's why every team is allowed to pick one direct hire Fil-Am aside from the 1999 PBA Draft. SMB set their sights on Asi Taulava, who played for Blu Detergent in the PBL. The management is very silent in negotiating about the Fil-Tongan. But suddenly a rumor comes to Asi that if ever he will be hired by SMB, he will be immediately traded to Marlou Aquino (i don't know if this is true). So Asi decided to accept the offer of Mobiline. Upset by Asi's decision, SMB set their sight to Andy Seigle's brother, Danny Seigle. A NCAA Division 1 player, who can play the 2-3-4 positions. Then after signing him to a contract, together with Danny Ildefonso, they build a SMB Dynasty from 1999 to 2001 winning several championships, including his 5 finals MVP. And if not of his injuries, he might be a PBA MVP, which is a close fight during the 1999 PBA Awards. Because of the Fil-Sham issue, the MVP award goes to Benjie Paras. Some says that Danny Seigle is very close to broke Paras' record of being the MVP and Rookie of the Year at the same time.

    TOP 1 (SMB - Air 21 Blockbuster Trade)


    This trade broke the million hearts of every SMB fans nationwide (including me). Danny Seigle, Dorian Pena, Dondon Hontiveros and Paul Artadi was traded to Air 21 in exchange of the Top 3 Rookies of the PBA 2010 Draft, Noy Baclao, Rabeh Al-Husseini, and Rey Guevarra.

    Some fans shouted "FOUL!". Why did SMB traded their stars, who gave them numerous championships in the past, to some unknown players who are not yet proven winners during that time. The management explained that SMB is in serious rebuilding mode and the team is aging.

    So after the trade, SMB got eliminated during the Commissioner's Cup, while Air21 enters the semis. But during the Governor's Cup, Petron (formerly SMB) bagged the championship against Talk and Text, while Air21 got eliminated first without registering a win.

    But in this offseason, Dondon Hontiveros finds a way back home. Check out my first blog about my analysis about the trade aftermath. CLICK HERE.

    So that's all. I hope you will enjoy my second blog. Thanks a lot.

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    Casio to sign max contract with Powerade; other rookies get deals

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecoolcat View Post
    Casio to sign max contract with Powerade; other rookies get deals

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    Powerade - pinahaba lang prosisyon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by durden_tyler View Post
    Powerade - pinahaba lang prosisyon.
    haha.. they finally stop acting stupid

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    Quote Originally Posted by durden_tyler View Post
    Powerade - pinahaba lang prosisyon.
    Nagpapansin lang ang Powerade kaya gusto nila nasa newspaper.
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    publicity stunt lang yun by powerade...there was no way they would let casio and lassiter go...maybe in a couple years, for the right price, when they reach their prime but not today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killmebusy View Post
    publicity stunt lang yun by powerade...there was no way they would let casio and lassiter go...maybe in a couple years, for the right price, when they reach their prime but not today.
    Not if you heard people who actually thought Casio was going back to Gilas

    (But yeah seriously, PBA teams does it all the time. And oh, NFL and NBA teams as well. Ano pa nga ba babalita sa ESPN )
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    Quote Originally Posted by durden_tyler View Post
    Not if you heard people who actually thought Casio was going back to Gilas

    (But yeah seriously, PBA teams does it all the time. And oh, NFL and NBA teams as well. Ano pa nga ba babalita sa ESPN )
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    Quote Originally Posted by elytista View Post
    Top 5 Trades and Transactions Made by San Miguel Beermen

    One of the most popular team in the PBA for a decade is the San Miguel Beer. Even changing their name to Royal Tru Orange, Magnolia Beverage Masters up to the latest, the Governor's Cup Champion, the Petron Blaze Boosters.

    And since it is the off season, and we all know that this is the time where all 10 teams are busy making their roster a force to reckon this coming season.

    To begin with, let us look back on how San Miguel Beermen change the phase of their basketball legacy through their trades and transactions made over the past three decades. There are too many to mention but we will go down to top 5 memorable trades and transaction made by the 19th time champion.

    TOP 5 (The trade between Ramon Fernandez and Abet Guidaben Part II.)

    This trade happened when I was 7 years old and not so aware about the happenings in the PBA. This happened when Ramon Fernandez, by that time is the Purefoods' Playing Coach, is "accused" of dropping the game. He was benched by Chris Calilan, the team's manager, during their game against Anejo Rhum 65. And because of that, he was traded again to Abet Guidaben, who is playing for San Miguel Beermen. This is their second time that they were traded with each other. And after the trade, Don Ramon lead the Beermen to 1988 Reinforced Conference, all the way to their 1989 Grandslam. He also got his 4th and final MVP award during his stint with the Beermen.

    TOP 4 (Olsen Racela to San Miguel Beermen)

    Before the 1997 season, Ron Jacobs handle the team from Norman Black. The team was very serious in their "rebuilding mode". One of the key position they want to rebuild is the position that Hector Calma vacated. The Director is the vital piece of their numerous championships and the rare grandslam. And after he retired at some point in 1994 - 95, SMB is nowhere to found his replacement. They drafted Siot Tancquincen, Matt Makalintal and even use Frankie Lim as their pointguard, but they were unsuccessful in bringing back the glory.

    Enter the Olsen Racela, a seldom used point guard in the rotation of Purefoods, became a free agent. And without hesitations, Ron Jacobs sign him and became the main PG of the team. And the rest is history! Numerous championships, mythical selections and national stint. After the Philippine Cup 2010, Olsen announced his retirement and become one of the assistant coaches of Petron.

    TOP 3 (Danny Ildefonso as the 1st pick)

    The 1998 PBA Draft is one of the most awaited draft during that time, and its because of the National University Standout, Danny Ildefonso. Unluckily, the Shell TurboChargers got the 1st pick, while the SMB got the second. Still in their rebuilding mode, they want Danny Ildefonso to be their pick in the said draft. So after some negotiations, the Shell and SMB swapped picks and Shell got Noy Castillo, a Fil-Am sweet shooting guard. Shell accepted the swap because they still have Benjie Paras. Some of the rumors back then, Shell agrees to swap their picks as long as the SMB wont sign Chris Jackson, a free-agent by that time, whom Coach Ron wants to be in his team, which is very known about this defense.

    TOP 2 (Danny Seigle as Direct Hire)

    1999, it was the year where PBA and arch-rival, MBA, is competing on who's the greatest basketball show in Asia. That's why every team is allowed to pick one direct hire Fil-Am aside from the 1999 PBA Draft. SMB set their sights on Asi Taulava, who played for Blu Detergent in the PBL. The management is very silent in negotiating about the Fil-Tongan. But suddenly a rumor comes to Asi that if ever he will be hired by SMB, he will be immediately traded to Marlou Aquino (i don't know if this is true). So Asi decided to accept the offer of Mobiline. Upset by Asi's decision, SMB set their sight to Andy Seigle's brother, Danny Seigle. A NCAA Division 1 player, who can play the 2-3-4 positions. Then after signing him to a contract, together with Danny Ildefonso, they build a SMB Dynasty from 1999 to 2001 winning several championships, including his 5 finals MVP. And if not of his injuries, he might be a PBA MVP, which is a close fight during the 1999 PBA Awards. Because of the Fil-Sham issue, the MVP award goes to Benjie Paras. Some says that Danny Seigle is very close to broke Paras' record of being the MVP and Rookie of the Year at the same time.

    TOP 1 (SMB - Air 21 Blockbuster Trade)


    This trade broke the million hearts of every SMB fans nationwide (including me). Danny Seigle, Dorian Pena, Dondon Hontiveros and Paul Artadi was traded to Air 21 in exchange of the Top 3 Rookies of the PBA 2010 Draft, Noy Baclao, Rabeh Al-Husseini, and Rey Guevarra.

    Some fans shouted "FOUL!". Why did SMB traded their stars, who gave them numerous championships in the past, to some unknown players who are not yet proven winners during that time. The management explained that SMB is in serious rebuilding mode and the team is aging.

    So after the trade, SMB got eliminated during the Commissioner's Cup, while Air21 enters the semis. But during the Governor's Cup, Petron (formerly SMB) bagged the championship against Talk and Text, while Air21 got eliminated first without registering a win.

    But in this offseason, Dondon Hontiveros finds a way back home. Check out my first blog about my analysis about the trade aftermath. CLICK HERE.

    So that's all. I hope you will enjoy my second blog. Thanks a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoYankees View Post
    The Mon Fernandez trade should be better than the Air21 trade. they got the Grand Slam because of that.
    thanks for the observation sir. Yup, Mon Fernandez is the vital cog for SMB's grandslam, but the SMB-Air21 trade broke a lot of fan's heart that made it to No. 1, also controversy arises about this trade. Thanks for reading the blog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elytista View Post
    TOP 4 (Olsen Racela to San Miguel Beermen)

    Before the 1997 season, Ron Jacobs handle the team from Norman Black. The team was very serious in their "rebuilding mode". One of the key position they want to rebuild is the position that Hector Calma vacated. The Director is the vital piece of their numerous championships and the rare grandslam. And after he retired at some point in 1994 - 95, SMB is nowhere to found his replacement. They drafted Siot Tancquincen, Matt Makalintal and even use Frankie Lim as their pointguard, but they were unsuccessful in bringing back the glory.

    Enter the Olsen Racela, a seldom used point guard in the rotation of Purefoods, became a free agent. And without hesitations, Ron Jacobs sign him and became the main PG of the team. And the rest is history! Numerous championships, mythical selections and national stint. After the Philippine Cup 2010, Olsen announced his retirement and become one of the assistant coaches of Petron.
    seriously? nah, there was another side of the story.
    purefoods released racela to free agency because they were fed up by pepsi's numerous ridiculous offer sheets to their players from alvin, cabahug, jerry, and dindo.
    other teams felt the same thing, too.
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    who was the team owner of Pepsi Cola back then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hijackthis View Post
    who was the team owner of Pepsi Cola back then?
    Luis Francisco R. Lorenzo better known as Moro Lorenzo.

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    luis francisco r. Lorenzo better known as moro lorenzo.

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