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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    If that's the case, maybe it's time he moved to program director and delegate coaching to someone else.

    Question is, can we find someone better?
    Abroad Maybe look north to the land of manga and anime

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dotch View Post
    Abroad Maybe look north to the land of manga and anime
    Well, our prospects of attracting a women's coach from abroad seems better, given that our women's program isn't riddled with politics the same way that the men's program is. However, support is the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    If that's the case, maybe it's time he moved to program director and delegate coaching to someone else.

    Question is, can we find someone better?

    The Filipino assistant coach from Pepperdine Brian Rosario is a good choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    Well, our prospects of attracting a women's coach from abroad seems better, given that our women's program isn't riddled with politics the same way that the men's program is. However, support is the issue.

    The Pepperdine Assistant coach Brian Rosario should be on the top list.

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    And just like the U16, our girls u18 finished 3rd by repeating to the Samoans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dotch View Post
    Pat Aquino is a good manager and recruiter. His coaching resume is up there in Philippine standards. But in international play, let's call it as we see it.. he is always out-coached even by inferior ( talent wise ) teams.
    The reason we have no continuity. If a coach loss they get to be replace even if the same coach give us gold in Sea games after decades of losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARMIR View Post
    The Pepperdine Assistant coach Brian Rosario should be on the top list.
    IIRC he was the coach who offered to implement a system that is claimed to take us to the top of Asia or even the world without having to recruit naturalized players. Because as we all know, the average Pinoy basketball fan is allergic to Fil-Fors and NPs. They would rather an All-Filipino team lose by 50 to real teams than dominate Asia with an NP and a bunch of Fil-Fors. As long as we go all-Filipino, they are okay with mediocrity in the international stage.

    Now what if we could implement a system that could make us a top-tier team even if we field an All-Filipino team to international competitions? Wouldn't that be great?
    Quote Originally Posted by gideon View Post
    Not sure why all on here got salty when the Serbian coach said Gilas lacked any real quality. I mean isn't that glaringly obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dotch View Post
    2022 was a bad year for Pinoy Youth Teams. All 4 youth teams got eliminated in the knock-out round.
    Especially worse for the boys' teams. Lowest placing ever in FIBA Asia U16, failed to make the U19 WC with a team that is arguably more talented than Kai Sotto's U18 batch.

    The girls' teams at least had direction but still fell short in both U16 and U18 editions.
    Quote Originally Posted by gideon View Post
    Not sure why all on here got salty when the Serbian coach said Gilas lacked any real quality. I mean isn't that glaringly obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARMIR View Post
    The Pepperdine Assistant coach Brian Rosario should be on the top list.
    Coach Alex Compton, Coach Jimmy and Skills Trainer Coach Jeff Coderra is a good addition on both boys and girls’s future entourage if only SBP are in a right frame of mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ_Reloaded View Post
    Coach Alex Compton, Coach Jimmy and Skills Trainer Coach Jeff Coderra is a good addition on both boys and girls’s future entourage if only SBP are in a right frame of mind.

    Scratch Jimmy,he's got to work really hard to be an assistant coach in the NBA,and who knows he might get a US NCAA head coaching job out of it. Compton would be a good candidate for a permanent coach,I don't think there would be alot of nays.

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    Olympic silver medalist and FIBA Asia champion JPN is out of contention in the FIBA Womens World Cup

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    Two Fiba Asia and Two Fiba Americas in the last 4 of Womens WC , all Fiba Europe eliminated.

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    A repeat of the 2 point loss by the Opals in the Tokyo Olympics against the Chinese on a highest attended FIBA Women's World Cup game
    Last edited by hmbopbaduwap; 09-30-2022 at 12:02 PM.

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    Silver and Bronze WC medals to Fiba Asia teams - Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    New FIBA rankings for women... USA still no.1 but China is now no.2 in the world.. Philippines meanwhile is in no.39 and 7th in Asia, for me this is good result because remember, Womens basketball here is not yet developed and not always a priority, But hey, they have better ranking than their mens counterpart...

    https://www.fiba.basketball/rankingwomen
    At least may progress pa dito. Hahahahaha.

    And we do have an intriguing prospect in Kacey delos Reyes of Ateneo. Saw her put up 21 and 14 against La Salle yesterday. She could use a look.

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    There could be a new women's league called the SWBL: https://www.fiba.basketball/news/ins...-asian-players

    It's initially between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Cambodia, but this league wishes to expand to include teams from Laos, Vietnam, and the Philippines.

    Hope we can join soon.

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    Our 4 for the upcoming FIBA U17 3x3 Asia Cup

    Ari Delos Santos
    Camille Nolasco
    Nicole Pring
    BJ Villarin

    Qualifying Draw Game schedule:


    https://www.facebook.com/56113918069...agVfqP6UUNCgl/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ_Reloaded View Post
    Realistically, we had a strong chance of grabbing a mint in the girls and boys division as far as Asian level are concern, thanks to a group(s) of people who had the passion and the dedication who had a solid network in identifying talents with pinoy blood both here and abroad. As for the narrative about our Senior team on both sides especially on the Men’s side, well we had to accept the present situation that the schoolmate/classmate(?) of Al Panlilio at Ateneo will handle it until that rumored transition of Chualay’s banana boat friends to take over are true therefore don’t expect they will hire a competent FIBA level kind of a coach in the immediate future unless those officials wakes up one of these days on the good side of their respective bed(s). As for our women side, with all due respect to coach Pat Pat he is a competent Program director on that side of the fence thanks to his strong network connection both local and international but as a coach he is only decent for a certain level(for now) but if we really want to be promoted in Division 1 on the girls side and barge at least the top 5 at the Asian Level on the immediate future, SBP need to hire an experience FIBA level type of a coach here.
    I think Pat should just be program director for the time being. Take the Bo Perasol route. Focus on building a team and recruiting solid coaches and players.

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    Renewal in Serbia and talks from Israeli teams for Jack Animam

    https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/a...-serbia/253307

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmbopbaduwap View Post
    Renewal in Serbia and talks from Israeli teams for Jack Animam

    https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/a...-serbia/253307
    With her Euro credentials, being the centerpiece of a Serbian league team. I would say she is the best homegrown Pinoy baller now. More than Kai.

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