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    "How small ball works: Tall Skilled beats small skilled every time,but small skilled beats tall stiff every time" - Kevin McHale

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    Impressive highlights, though, its still just a highlight video.

    The thing that impresses me the most about Kobe is his quick jab steps driving to the basket. His jab step is quicker than most of our 6-foot-1/6-foot-2 shooting guards in the PBA. Which is impressive for someone who is 6-foot-5/6-foot-6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    Impressive highlights, though, its still just a highlight video.

    The thing that impresses me the most about Kobe is his quick jab steps driving to the basket. His jab step is quicker than most of our 6-foot-1/6-foot-2 shooting guards in the PBA. Which is impressive for someone who is 6-foot-5/6-foot-6.
    he will make many highlights in UAAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex07 View Post
    Where are the highlights of his poor shot selections, TOs and body language in that game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    Where are the highlights of his poor shot selections, TOs and body language in that game?
    Tbh he played pretty well and carried his team. UP’s bench played really bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    Impressive highlights, though, its still just a highlight video.

    The thing that impresses me the most about Kobe is his quick jab steps driving to the basket. His jab step is quicker than most of our 6-foot-1/6-foot-2 shooting guards in the PBA. Which is impressive for someone who is 6-foot-5/6-foot-6.
    Looks more 6’6/6’7 with shoes

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    Where are the highlights of his poor shot selections, TOs and body language in that game?
    please ask the person who made the video.I am actually looking for the full game video.
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    Go to the Uaap season 82 thread and you will find it

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    Kobe looks pumped up. Eager to prove something? If he leads UP through the hurdle that is Ateneo, he'd earn back the respect of fans he once lost. Earning the respect or attention of scouts though might be too late for him. He would have to be really dominant in epic proportions, but still, would be taken with a grain of salt by scouts because he happens to be playing in a significantly lower league compared to D1 or college level Euro.

    I'd be happy even if Kobe ends up "just" an elite NT mainstay. He plugs a hole, the 3 spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    Impressive highlights, though, its still just a highlight video.

    The thing that impresses me the most about Kobe is his quick jab steps driving to the basket. His jab step is quicker than most of our 6-foot-1/6-foot-2 shooting guards in the PBA. Which is impressive for someone who is 6-foot-5/6-foot-6.
    what impressed me was he looks very fit as compared to his earlier videos.if he remains in tip top shape,becomes more consistent in playing on both ends of the floor,give consistent and solid numbers,focus and devote himself in becoming a better player, then he'll be a very valuable part of the national team,maybe like a Norwood or Castro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    Go to the Uaap season 82 thread and you will find it
    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex07 View Post
    what impressed me was he looks very fit as compared to his earlier videos.if he remains in tip top shape,becomes more consistent in playing on both ends of the floor,give consistent and solid numbers,focus and devote himself in becoming a better player, then he'll be a very valuable part of the national team,maybe like a Norwood or Castro.
    What position was Kobe playing? It looks like he was more of a power forward with Akhuete as the C.
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    He will definitely be one of the best wings we have ever produced. He needs to work on his defense since he was in foul trouble that game, but I can see him working well as a two way player in coach Yeng’s system

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    Quote Originally Posted by interxavierxxx View Post
    What position was Kobe playing? It looks like he was more of a power forward with Akhuete as the C.

    Small Forward. He looks like he is playing the PF since he is taller than the other bigs. Webb, Javi and another guy were the ones playing that spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    Looks more 6’6/6’7 with shoes
    As per qwik - a youtuber - he's 6'5 barefoot. I don't know now, maybe he's somewhere around 6'5.25-.5" barefoot.

    and Carl Tamayo is not 6'7 with shoes. Probably 6'7 without shoes because he's taller than Kobe Paras.

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    Still has that "frustrated " body language when a team mate fails to pass him the ball when he had a nice cut to the basket. also has the tendency to stand still during loose balls (timid)...not the typical scottie thompson mentality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous123 View Post
    As per qwik - a youtuber - he's 6'5 barefoot. I don't know now, maybe he's somewhere around 6'5.25-.5" barefoot.

    and Carl Tamayo is not 6'7 with shoes. Probably 6'7 without shoes because he's taller than Kobe Paras.
    We all know Tamayo is 6’8 with shoes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous123 View Post
    As per qwik - a youtuber - he's 6'5 barefoot. I don't know now, maybe he's somewhere around 6'5.25-.5" barefoot.

    and Carl Tamayo is not 6'7 with shoes. Probably 6'7 without shoes because he's taller than Kobe Paras.
    He probably grew a half inch since then

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    Still Philippines best kept secret imo
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Still Philippines best kept secret imo
    You mean Kobe?

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