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    In this exhibition game between gb and pr, the players to watch for me are Carlos Emory, Gaby Belardo, Chris Gaston and Javy Gonzalez.
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    Some of the players playing with the B team are analyzed here:

    Statistical Analysis of BSN rookies 2013

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    First friendly game:
    Puerto Rico 72 - 71 Dominican Republic

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    Second friendly game
    Puerto Rico 81 - 61 Dominican Republic

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    Could you add Roster for Marchand Cup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmarcinx View Post
    Could you add Roster for Marchand Cup?
    First post. Puerto Rico will use a 15 man roster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Mart View Post
    First post. Puerto Rico will use a 15 man roster.
    THX. But I suppose mainly leaders will play. Canada has quite good players and this game could be tough for host.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmarcinx View Post
    THX. But I suppose mainly leaders will play. Canada has quite good players and this game could be tough for host.
    who knows. After all, its a preparation tournament and there 3 players to be cut. Santiago and Chaney should not see much playing time if they see any at all.

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    how are these guys eligible to play for Puerto Rico?:

    Renaldo Balkman - b. staten island, new york
    John Michael Joseph Holland - b. the bronx, new york
    Richard Chaney Jr. - b. los angeles, ca
    Ramon Clemente - b. Queens, NY
    Angel Alamo - b. Brooklyn, NY
    Elias "Larry" Ayuso - b. the Bronx, NY

    i understand Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens, so they carry U.S. passports. but with FIBA cracking on dual citizens/nationals else where, maybe other countries should also question the eligibility of these players. since they were not born in PR, atleast they should have traveled/lived in PR before they reached 16(?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by friedbrains View Post
    how are these guys eligible to play for Puerto Rico?:

    Renaldo Balkman - b. staten island, new york
    John Michael Joseph Holland - b. the bronx, new york
    Richard Chaney Jr. - b. los angeles, ca
    Ramon Clemente - b. Queens, NY
    Angel Alamo - b. Brooklyn, NY
    Elias "Larry" Ayuso - b. the Bronx, NY

    i understand Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens, so they carry U.S. passports. but with FIBA cracking on dual citizens/nationals else where, maybe other countries should also question the eligibility of these players. since they were not born in PR, atleast they should have traveled/lived in PR before they reached 16(?).
    parents are from PR. There are more puertorricans in USA than in the island. Most of them in New York and Orlando.

    Even grandsons of puertorricans are elegible to play for us.

    Missed Daniel Santiago born in Texas
    Last edited by J-Mart; 08-24-2013 at 10:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friedbrains View Post
    how are these guys eligible to play for Puerto Rico?:

    Renaldo Balkman - b. staten island, new york
    John Michael Joseph Holland - b. the bronx, new york
    Richard Chaney Jr. - b. los angeles, ca
    Ramon Clemente - b. Queens, NY
    Angel Alamo - b. Brooklyn, NY
    Elias "Larry" Ayuso - b. the Bronx, NY

    i understand Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens, so they carry U.S. passports. but with FIBA cracking on dual citizens/nationals else where, maybe other countries should also question the eligibility of these players. since they were not born in PR, atleast they should have traveled/lived in PR before they reached 16(?).
    His father or mother are puertoricans or their grandfather or grandmother....
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    16 free throws in the last 4 minutes...
    Puerto Rico had 20 the whole game

    Seriosuly... someone quote this whole post and signature me... Greek Loby Rulz
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    Quote Originally Posted by friedbrains View Post
    how are these guys eligible to play for Puerto Rico?:

    Renaldo Balkman - b. staten island, new york
    John Michael Joseph Holland - b. the bronx, new york
    Richard Chaney Jr. - b. los angeles, ca
    Ramon Clemente - b. Queens, NY
    Angel Alamo - b. Brooklyn, NY
    Elias "Larry" Ayuso - b. the Bronx, NY

    i understand Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens, so they carry U.S. passports. but with FIBA cracking on dual citizens/nationals else where, maybe other countries should also question the eligibility of these players. since they were not born in PR, atleast they should have traveled/lived in PR before they reached 16(?).
    They are eligible for they are descendants of puerto ricans. Also, all of them except for Holland, currently play in the puerto rican league. At least Ayuso and Alamo live in Puerto Rico, not sure about Chaney and the others.
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    the land of the free and the home of the brave is the greatest joke I've ever heard. There is no such thing as liberty and the american dream is more overrated than Japeth Aguilar was when u guys found he was a pinoy
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    Puerto Rico NT games for Centrobasket, FIBA World Cup and 2015 Americas will be broadcasted by Telemundo, which is good news.
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    Mo Harkless commited to play for Puerto Rico

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