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    Quote Originally Posted by kilikili shot View Post
    im impressed with Gunawan. A center that can shoot in the three-point area. just like Raymundo, Aguilar, and Penisi of the Philippines.
    Gunawan is basically a forward. A typical FIBA forward (combo forward), if I may add. I think he was just forced to play center in Indonesia due to lack of big men.

    That's how I view Aguilar, Penisi, and Raymundo as well. Even Kelly Williams and Jay Washington. They're more of a typical forward in FIBA standards but are forced to play as inside as Philippines doesn't have an abundance of power forwards or centers that are 6'9" and above.

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    Indonesian center Isman Thoyib could have played in the Philippines' NCAA Season 87, but was eventually not lined up due to persistent questions about his eligibility. Thoyib played in the Indonesian league and some questioned whether or not this was a professional league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makotosing View Post
    Indonesian center Isman Thoyib could have played in the Philippines' NCAA Season 87, but was eventually not lined up due to persistent questions about his eligibility. Thoyib played in the Indonesian league and some questioned whether or not this was a professional league.
    no ferdinand in DLSU roster list, where's he go now??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy View Post
    no ferdinand in DLSU roster list, where's he go now??
    I think he's finishing his degree in DLSU, last time i saw him was in bar nearby our school during our centennial celebrations.
    you know why I am happy

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    is ferdinand eligible to play during intrams? hehehhe

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    Quote Originally Posted by makotosing View Post
    is ferdinand eligible to play during intrams? hehehhe
    I guess, a lot of team b players usually play in LSAL.
    you know why I am happy

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    Indonesian national basketball team beat Philippines NCAA Lyceum on the fifth day of training centers in Manila, Philippines with a score of 82-72.

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    i hope the university of cebu-bap which played in world university games would play against indonesian nt

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    Mario Wuysang is the top assist maker in Fiba Asia Championship 2011 in Wuhan @ 6.4 per game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makotosing View Post
    Mario Wuysang is the top assist maker in Fiba Asia Championship 2011 in Wuhan @ 6.4 per game.
    nooiiiice

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    this thread is ironic. its all about Indonesian NT but most of the people discussing here are from the philippines.
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    we simply ruled asean basketball...hehe..
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    http://www.spin.ph/sports/basketball...ional-team-v02

    Former DLSU Green Archer Ferdinand earns place in Indonesian national team

    By Reuben Terrado
    June 10, 2013, 02:44 pm


    Former DLSU player Ferdinand says the experience he gained playing for so many years in the Philippines has helped him make a name for himself in Indonesia's professional league. Jerome Ascano

    WHEN the Philippines defends the basketball gold medal in the 2013 Southeast Asian Games in Myanmar, the nationals are bound to come across one familiar face in the Indonesian team.

    Former De La Salle Green Archer Ferdinand will be making his debut for Indonesia's national team in the Myanmar showpiece later this year after playing his first season in the country's first professional league.

    Ferdinand, a full-blooded Indonesian who studied in the Philippines for many years, played for Pelita Jaya Energi-MP in the just-concluded season of Indonesia's National Basketball League where his team lost to Aspac Jakarta in the championship game two weeks ago.

    Ferdinand has played well enough in Indonesia's local league to earn a call-up to the national team.

    “It’s pretty exciting but I still got room to improve,” said the 25-year-old Ferdinand when he was spotted by Spin.ph watching Game Two of the Asean Basketball League finals between the San Miguel Beermen and the Indonesia Warriors from ringside on Sunday.

    “Right now I’m in the national team that will play in the SEA Games in Myanmar,” he added.

    After playing high school ball at La Salle-Greenhills, Ferdinand spent four seasons with the Taft-based squad from 2007 to 2010 where he won a championship in his first year under Franz Pumaren.

    Ferdinand, who speaks fluent Tagalog, said the experience he gained playing for so many years in the Philippines has helped him make a name for himself in Indonesian basketball.

    “The mentality and the skills,” said Ferdinand when asked what he picked up from his years in the Philippines. “The mentality of the Filipino, laban lagi. Tsaka ‘yung skills.

    "Indonesia basketball is just starting to go up eh. So I have an advantage.”

    Ferdinand makes it a point to visit the Philippines at least thrice a year to meet with friends. His recent visit came at a time when his hometown Warriors were battling the Beermen for the ABL crown.

    Incidentally, Ferdinand wore a San Miguel Beermen jersey of Asi Taulava when he watched Game One of the best-of-five series but clarified that he is not rooting for any team.

    “I don’t really support any team. It’s hard. I have friends from both sides. I just watch for fun. I don’t even clap. Only for the showtime,” said Ferdinand.

    He admitted, though, that he considers Taulava a big brother, the reason he wore his jersey in Game One.

    “I asked for his jersey and I promised him that I will wear it during their games. Asi is my big brother. When they go to my country, I take him around,” said Ferdinand.

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    http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2013....di.SEABA.2013

    List of players Aspac in SEABA 2013:
    Mario Gerungan
    Xavier Prawiro
    Khalid Akbar
    Wahyu Hidayat Jati
    Sanjaya Okiwira
    Satya Handri Santosa
    Rizky Effendi
    Fandi Andika Ramadhani
    Muhammad Ihsan Thoyib

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    The Indonesian National Team for the SEA Games will be in Manila this month of August to play college teams
    1. Bima Rizky Ardiansyah - Bima Sakti Malang
    2. Andakara Prastawa Dhyaksa - Dell ASPAC Jakarta
    3. Xaverius Prawiro - Dell ASPAC Jakarta
    4. Adhi Pratama Prasetyo Putra - MUBA Hangtuah Sumsel
    5. Kelly Purwanto Ari Nugroho - Pelita Jaya Jakarta
    6. Ferdinand Damanik - Pelita Jaya Jakarta
    7. Bonanza Siregar - Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
    8. Galank Gunawan - Satria Muda Britama Jakarta
    9. Ruslan - Stadium Jakarta
    10. Christian Ronaldo Sitepu - Indonesia Warriors Jakarta
    11. Rachmad Febri Utomo - CLS Knight Surabaya
    12. Respati Ragil Pamungkas - Satya Wacana Salatiga
    13. Kaleb Ramot Gemilang - Institut Teknologi Harapan Bangsa
    http://www.perbasi.or.id/index.php?ref=berita&id=838

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    The Indonesian National team has been here over the weekend to do scrimmages. This is based on their Twitter page on what transpired.

    Game 1: vs. Univ of East lost 68-69
    Game 2: vs. Univ of East (UAAP) lost 63-80
    Game 3: vs. San Sebastian lost 49-67
    Game 4: 87-81 win vs. Cebuana
    Game 5: vs. San Sebastian lost 70-76
    Game 6: vs Cebuana lose 58-64

    source: https://twitter.com/perbasi_ina

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