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    Default RP Powerade Team Pilipinas

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    Head Coach: Yeng Guiao

    Average Age: 26
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    Strength: Known Internationally for its quickness that always leads to open court plays (fastbreak plays), outside shooting, good in individual skills and ball rotation. But now, the RP Powerade National Basketball Team unveils and unmasked its new face as an athletic team that will play a major role to compensate its lack of ceiling or height.

    Weakness: As always known and usually leads to its downfall, is the height or ceiling . ( But i hope that with the new additions of young and athletic players to the team, they can compensate the lack of height. )

    God Speed RP Powerade Team Pilipinas !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppulma View Post
    Willie Miller G 5`11
    Jayjay Helterbrand G 6`0
    Ryan Reyes G 6`2
    Cyrus Baguio SG 6`2
    James Yap SG 6`3
    Jared Dillinger G/F 6`4
    Arwind Santos G/F 6`4
    Gabe Norwood G/F 6`5
    Ranidel de Ocampo F 6`5
    Kelly Williams F 6`7
    Kerby Raymundo PF 6`7
    Sonny Thoss PF/C 6`8
    Mick Pennisi PF/C 6`9
    Japeth Aguilar C 6`9
    Asi Taulava C 6`9]

    Head Coach: Yeng Guiao

    Average Age: 26
    Average Height: 6`5

    Strength: Known Internationally for its quickness that always leads to open court plays (fastbreak plays), outside shooting, good in individual skills and ball rotation. But now, the RP Powerade National Basketball Team unveils and unmasked its new face as an athletic team that will play a major role to compensate its lack of ceiling or height.

    Weakness: As always known and usually leads to its downfall, is the height or ceiling . ( But i hope that with the new additions of young and athletic players to the team, they can compensate the lack of height. )

    God Speed RP Powerade Team Pilipinas !

    We Believe !
    Everything true but rp had a good ball rotation when pressured the ball goes only to a guards hand last fiba asia and the whole team watching

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3lowzro View Post
    I wonder why isn't Indonesia getting the services of their 6'5 C/PF La Sallian player Ferdinand.
    probably PERBASI ( our basketball organization ) dont know how much progress his game in Philippines,

    as you know basketball only got little coverage here, in our media

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3lowzro View Post
    I wonder why isn't Indonesia getting the services of their 6'5 C/PF La Sallian player Ferdinand.
    it's because DLSU would not like to release him, they are just being consistent on not lending players to National Teams. School first
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    Quote Originally Posted by b3lowzro View Post
    I wonder why isn't Indonesia getting the services of their 6'5 C/PF La Sallian player Ferdinand.
    Once he's used up his playing years in DLSU, I won't be surprised if this guy suits up for the Indons...


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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy View Post
    it's because DLSU would not like to release him, they are just being consistent on not lending players to National Teams. School first
    At least they are not favoring anybody mapa rp, indonesia, serbian or in the future even us national teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_d View Post
    Once he's used up his playing years in DLSU, I won't be surprised if this guy suits up for the Indons...

    yo Satria, we have something for you here... Nice addition for your NT in the coming years, he's getting better this season for DLSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JET007 View Post
    Lets Go Indonesia Our Malay Brothers!!!
    If I'm not mistaken, we are of Malay blood as well right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lbtriggerman View Post
    If I'm not mistaken, we are of Malay blood as well right?
    not exactly, its only Dr. Otley Beyer who coined that term. We are of Austronesian descent.
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    What is your lineup for the upcoming SEABA Tilt ?the qualifier for FIBA ASIA Champions Cup & FIBA ASIA Championships?
    Does Indonesia will join this tournament?

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    Faisal Ahmad, Rony Gunawan, Ary Chandra, I Made Sudiadnyana, Fidyandini, Dimas Aryo Dewanto, Xaverius Prawiro, Wellyanson Situmorang, Isman Thoyib, Mario Wuysang, Andy Poedjakesuma, Ponsianus, Nyoman Indrawan, Febri Utomo, Dwi Haryoko, Pringgo Regowo, Christian Ronaldo Sitepu, dan Amin Prihantono.
    probably these 18, will be decreased to 15 after the National Training in Australia 21-31 May

    some who confirmed are not going to play are
    1. Ruslan, Stadium
    2. Mario Gerungan, Aspac
    3. Sandy, CLS Knights
    4. Oki Wira, Aspac
    5. Kelly Purwanto, Pelita Jaya
    6. Youbel Sondakh, SM Britama
    most because injuries

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    Ron Harper as Indo coach or Indo trainer only for SEA Games 2011? The report here seems to be vague, although having him on the team's technical staff would definitely do wonders for them, I smell our U23 (Sinag Team) would have a hard time beating them.

    Former NBA Player Coaching Men Indonesian Basketball Team - May 10, 2011 (by Koko Triloka)

    JAKARTA, Men's basketball national team that will perform at the SEA Games XXVI in 2011 on November 11 to 22 in Jakarta and Palembang got coaching of former NBA player, Ron Harper. Former Chicago Bulls and LA Lakers are on the first day of their visit to Indonesia in Indonesia Development Camp program (IDC) III in Senayan Trade Center (STC), Senayan, Jakarta, Monday (09/05/2011), directly providing training materials to Faisal Achmad and his teamate.

    All national team players who were 18 people on the first day getting training materials ranging from heating, shooting, game system to survive, until the system attacking game. IDC III initiated by the National Basketball League (NBL) and fully supported by the Bakrie Kalila Investment (BKI) will last until Friday (05/12/2011). The training is also supported by the Toronto Raptors assistant coach Eric Hughes.

    'This is the first time for us working with NBA players in basketball national training. We hope the opportunity to learn from one of the NBA legend can be put to good use by all players,' said the basketball national team manager's, Bakrie Syailendra, when confirmed.

    According to him, before getting out in the SEA Games in 2011, it hoped all players can practice with a maximum due to high target to get the medal should be realized.

    With the support of line coach who has been handling Prihantono Amin and his friends, Rastafari Horongbala and two assistant coaches, Fictor Roring and Johanis Winar, all in accordance with the optimistic side that has been planned.

    Meanwhile, Ron Harper said, to achieve the best results, it appealed to all national training players to work hard in realizing his dream, that one of them being the best at the SEA Games 2011.

    'The important thing is the players have to have dreams and are willing to work hard to make it happen,' he said.

    Besides having a dream, he said, all players must also understand that playing basketball is a collective game, not an individual game. For that, he will give his best during the plunge in the NBA.

    List of national team players who trained with Ron Harper:

    Achmad Faisal, Dwi Haryoko, Mario Wuysang, Pringgo Regowo, Ary Chandra, Amin Prihantono, Xavier Prawiro, Dimas Aryo Dewanto, Andy Poedjakesuma, Fidyandini, I Made Sudiadnyana, Wllyanson Situmorang, Rony Gunawan, Nyoman Ponsianus Indrawan, Chistian Ronaldo Sitepu, Muhammad Ismail Toyib, Rachel Febri Utomo, and Romy Christanto Chandra.

    source: http://www.asia-basket.com/Indonesia/
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    wheres max yanto, 215cm? currently coached by nat canson (a pinoy)

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    RI men’s basketball targets top-two

    JAKARTA: The Indonesian men’s basketball squad for the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games hopes to finish in the top two at the 9th SEABA Championship next week in Jakarta.

    “Hopefully, we can win our opener against the Singapore team so that we have a greater chance to finish second and qualify for the [Sept. 15-25] FIBA Asia Championship in Wuhan, China,” Indonesian Basketball Association (PERBASI) secretary-general Agus Mauro said on Wednesday.

    Agus added that the FIBA Asia Championship would be a fine proving ground for the squad, which is targeting a gold medal at the SEA Games in November. “If we qualify, we will get a bargain opportunity to face high-quality opponents from around Asia,” Agus said.

    Four countries including the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia will take part in the June 23-26 SEABA Championship at the Britama Arena at Sports Mall Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta. Indonesia’s first game will be against Singapore on June 23. On the second day, Indonesia will face the toughest team from the Phillipines and will meet Malaysia on the third day. — JP
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    Where did Mario play NCAA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARNOLDFINI View Post
    Where did Mario play NCAA?
    Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne

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    Sinag Pilipinas vs Indonesia

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    indonesia placed 2nd in the recent SEABA championship...
    nice one.

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    Congratulations to Indonesian National Team !! you again proved that you're one of the top teams in asean.. GOOD JOB!!

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    im impressed with Gunawan. A center that can shoot in the three-point area. just like Raymundo, Aguilar, and Penisi of the Philippines.

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