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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Watch out for Jerrramy King of the Philippine team..
    that guy is all hype! he couldn't even make it to a PBA roster

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    Tomorrow is the opening of the ABL, hopefully a good game will be in store for us

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    Quote Originally Posted by jords33 View Post
    that guy is all hype! he couldn't even make it to a PBA roster
    Well the guy named Baser Amer made it to pba and Sumang its because theyre locals..Heck a guy named Anjo Caram, Juami Tiongson andlester alvarez made it and I can tell is 100 times better as a player than them.He may not be a good star role player like ahanmisi and newsome but certainly excel in the right environment..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    https://tonesanddefinition.wordpress.com/

    Are you a sports writer? If not you should be one. A very well researched and professionally written blog which
    has everything I need to know about the ABL. Thumbs up for you!
    Thanks for the kind words! Not a professional Sports Writer, but that's the idea of where this will all lead to eventually.
    And I'm making a big deal of the ABL because it's the most competitive tournament that the Thai locals will be getting on a yearly basis. Hope it just keeps on growing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabe View Post
    i suppose he is, a crazy thai baskeball fanatic and basketball in general, he is even well aware of the philippine basketball scene, i suppose he's been trolling for years already, pinoys should beware if thai basketball becomes big because of his "crusades"
    At the very least, I have this forum to thank for the top on Tyler Lamb. Now he is playing the Thai team in the ABL! YAY

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    who will broadcast all the ABL games here in the Philippines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    Singapore's center Delvin Goh who also played in this year's Fiba Asia is only 20. Russel Low another SG Center/PF is also pretty young at 22.

    Anyway, by any chance do you have all the team's rosters (With imports)?
    can you please give us a link to the livestream?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jords33 View Post
    can you please give us a link to the livestream?
    There you go, all games should be televised live on their youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXqBmvCvYD8

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    There you go, all games should be televised live on their youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXqBmvCvYD8
    thanks man!!! but hopefully they will have a TV partner here in the Philippines

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    O.T. but the camera angle is so terrible, it makes the court look small, and the commentators talk as if they're about to fall asleep

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    The Goldstein guy is really impressive, can shoot and is very athletic. His a speed maniac who does everything well. Rosales on the other hand not showing his game yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    The Goldstein guy is really impressive, can shoot and is very athletic. His a speed maniac who does everything well. Rosales on the other hand not showing his game yet.
    tyler lamb was also good, Kris Rosales is overrated, he was very hyped up coming into the PBA draft because he once tried out for the Brooklyn Nets, he ended up getting drafted in the 2nd round but was unable to secure a roster spot with Barako Bull

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    Quote Originally Posted by jords33 View Post
    tyler lamb was also good, Kris Rosales is overrated, he was very hyped up coming into the PBA draft because he once tried out for the Brooklyn Nets, he ended up getting drafted in the 2nd round but was unable to secure a roster spot with Barako Bull
    Yeah, I was disappointed with his play. From someone that drew interest from NBA scouts, I was expecting much more. He doesn't look anywhere close to NBA level to be honest. Good points would be his height and control of the game. But his shot mechanics are sloppy, he had a few turnovers and doesn't look particularly athletic. It could be first game jitters though since it is first game as a pro, will expect him to step up the next time.

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    by the way, are Goldstein and Lamb eligible to play for the Thai National team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jords33 View Post
    by the way, are Goldstein and Lamb eligible to play for the Thai National team?
    As of right now, Lamb and Goldstein are probably ineligible for FIBA sanctioned tournaments because they didn't secure their passport before 16 (as I know of, but my fingers are crossed for a Clarkson sort of miracle).

    The Camera Angle and Court looking so small is because this was actually a pretty small gym...so limitations are there and things should pick up once they move to another gymnasium later on in the season.

    As for the commentators sounding sleepy...my apologies for that. It's my first time and I'll look to improve further on if I get another chance to do this.
    Glad to know that you guys have all been watching though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sajjatam.k View Post
    As of right now, Lamb and Goldstein are probably ineligible for FIBA sanctioned tournaments because they didn't secure their passport before 16 (as I know of, but my fingers are crossed for a Clarkson sort of miracle).

    The Camera Angle and Court looking so small is because this was actually a pretty small gym...so limitations are there and things should pick up once they move to another gymnasium later on in the season.

    As for the commentators sounding sleepy...my apologies for that. It's my first time and I'll look to improve further on if I get another chance to do this.
    Glad to know that you guys have all been watching though!
    You were the commentator? Which one? There was two, one still sounded ok (Hope that was you) the other sounded really monotonous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sajjatam.k View Post
    As of right now, Lamb and Goldstein are probably ineligible for FIBA sanctioned tournaments because they didn't secure their passport before 16 (as I know of, but my fingers are crossed for a Clarkson sort of miracle).

    The Camera Angle and Court looking so small is because this was actually a pretty small gym...so limitations are there and things should pick up once they move to another gymnasium later on in the season.

    As for the commentators sounding sleepy...my apologies for that. It's my first time and I'll look to improve further on if I get another chance to do this.
    Glad to know that you guys have all been watching though!
    wow, you were the commentator? no offense man but you should really try to sound more enthusiastic about the game your commentating, just my two cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sajjatam.k View Post
    As of right now, Lamb and Goldstein are probably ineligible for FIBA sanctioned tournaments because they didn't secure their passport before 16 (as I know of, but my fingers are crossed for a Clarkson sort of miracle).

    The Camera Angle and Court looking so small is because this was actually a pretty small gym...so limitations are there and things should pick up once they move to another gymnasium later on in the season.

    As for the commentators sounding sleepy...my apologies for that. It's my first time and I'll look to improve further on if I get another chance to do this.
    Glad to know that you guys have all been watching though!
    for every country's benefit this bullshit passport before 16 should be amended! how could a country like thailand and others as well enhance its chances in FIBA tournaments if it can't field a strong line up because of this rule, QATAR is the culprit why the Hagop rule was made!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jords33 View Post
    wow, you were the commentator? no offense man but you should really try to sound more enthusiastic about the game your commentating, just my two cents
    Your two cents is well taken. Never really thought of doing the commentating stuff...but they asked me to try and give it a shot. LOL
    I'll try to improve if I get another chance at it.

    The Philippines and Thailand should really join forces to petition against the Hagop rule LOL

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    Looking forward to tonight's game after the Philippines absence for so long. Aguilas would be favourites here with their offense, veteran experience and gritty toughness, but I will like to see how are they going to contain the 7'1 behemoth in Mcclain with their tallest player at 6'7 or 6'8 (Mammie). Vampires are certainly no pushover, coming out from a championship title in the Thai league and with 5 players who played in the SEA games team which pushed the sinag gilas to the limit.

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