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    anyone know what happened to Noli Locsin? Benny Cheng? Jayvee Gayoso? Macky de Joya?

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    what happend to parker, who played with sta. lucia before?

    and

    sonny alvarado? who played with tanduay?


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    Quote Originally Posted by pinoypi
    what happend to parker, who played with sta. lucia before?

    and

    sonny alvarado? who played with tanduay?


    no news about them after they were deported here.
    YOU MAKE ME FEEL SO BAD...

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    Nani Demegillo played college basketball for the CCP Bobcats and had a short stint in the PBA for the Alaska team in the late 80's is a security personnel at the Sta.Lucia East Mall in Cainta Rizal.

    “Hindi ko na inaano ‘yun (mapasama sa pool) eh,” Santos said. “Kung susumahin mo ang buhay naming mga player, ‘san ba talaga ang first priority namin, ‘di ba? Ang first priority ko, dahil dito ko nakuha lahat ng kagandahan ng buhay ko at para sa pamilya ko, ang San Miguel. Alam naman ng lahat ‘yun. Ito ang dapat kong paglingkuran.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by jovani_pineda
    no news about them after they were deported here.
    If Alvarado was a legit Fil-Am, he would be a shoo-in for today's RP Team.

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    Robert Parker, Jr. (left) who owns a 40-inch vertical leap would have upstaged Danny Seigle if he was a legit Fil-Am.

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    Kawika Smith (shown second from right), a 6-3 point guard and team captain of Hawaii Pacific University, Rob Parker's teammate, could have followed Parker in the PBA if not for the Fil-Sham issue.

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    Danny Florencio lives a few miles from where i live. I was told he works as a custodian and married to an american. I saw Etok Lobo back in 1991 when i was in Chicago. Ponky Alolor is somewhere here in the bay area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Four Rings
    Danny Florencio lives a few miles from where i live. I was told he works as a custodian and married to an american. I saw Etok Lobo back in 1991 when i was in Chicago. Ponky Alolor is somewhere here in the bay area.
    You mean San Francisco....right? He's working as a hospital utility clerk and plans to return to RP when he retires from work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bolabasket
    If Alvarado was a legit Fil-Am, he would be a shoo-in for today's RP Team.



    yeah, that's right....i'm wondering if alvarado, parker and alvadaro segovia are true fil. and able to play at the 2002 busan?nyahahaha...just my imagination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jovani_pineda
    yeah, that's right....i'm wondering if alvarado, parker and alvadaro segovia are true fil. and able to play at the 2002 busan?nyahahaha...just my imagination.
    how about davon harp? where is he now? also SMITH of san miguel... sabay sila ni ildefonso na rookie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinamita
    how about davon harp? where is he now? also SMITH of san miguel... sabay sila ni ildefonso na rookie...

    Davonn is bak in Ohio, USA his hometown.....he brought along his son Davonn Harp Jr. Dislike the Redbull Management prioritizing Mick only on their case


    Steve Smith was a 30 yr old rookie at that time and we he got injured left the country back in the US....

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    Eh How about..
    Cris Clay?? - the " white thunder " of MBA's Laguna Lakers
    Jeffrey Flowers? - the Center of Laguna Lakers
    Dean Labayen? - the Fil-Am of Negros Slashers
    John Ordonio? - the Kobe lookalike who happends to have a beautiful wife.
    Richie Ticzon? - the " velvet touch " of Shell
    Dondon Mendoza? - touted before as the future of the PBA, played for ANA Water in the PBL
    Jun Cannoneo? - good PG before, one of the journeyman in the PBL.
    Duremdes of Adamson? - brother of Kenneth Duremdes
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    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    Eh How about..
    Cris Clay?? - the " white thunder " of MBA's Laguna Lakers
    After his stint with Santa Lucia, Christopher Clay went back to his old team in Hungary. Last spotted working in the United States.
    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    Jeffrey Flowers? - the Center of Laguna Lakers
    Jeff Flowers and his Filipina wife Chiqui and their two daughters have since relocated to the United States about a year or two ago. After his playing days, Jeff tried to enter coaching and conducted basketball camps.
    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    Dean Labayen? - the Fil-Am of Negros Slashers
    Dean Labayen returned to Canada. He was supposed to play for Pop Cola after his MBA stint but he opted to stay in Canada since he has a college degree.
    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    John Ordonio? - the Kobe lookalike who happends to have a beautiful wife.
    John Ordonio decided to return to the United States with his local basketball options now zero.
    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    Richie Ticzon? - the " velvet touch " of Shell
    Richie Ticzon is now an assistant coach with one of the San Miguel teams in the PBA. Ticzon played in the MBA for Cagayan de Oro from 1999 to 2000. In 2001, he managed to get back in the PBA via Alaska and played until 2002.
    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    Dondon Mendoza? - touted before as the future of the PBA, played for ANA Water in the PBL
    Dondon Mendoza played for Holcim Pryce Pharma-MisOr in lthe 2006 Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association season. Dondon has decided to take a temporary leave from playing this year because he and his wife are expecting their first child.
    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    Jun Cannoneo? - good PG before, one of the journeyman in the PBL.
    Jun or Champion Canoneo has joined his family in Canada (or was it the United States) last year. He resigned from his playing job with Cebu Landmaster of the MVBA when his papers were approved. Canoneo had MBA stops at Socsargen and Cagayan de Oro.
    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    Duremdes of Adamson? - brother of Kenneth Duremdes
    Jojit Duremdes played briefly in the professional MBA and has the distinction of being part of the first-ever trade in league history when the Batangas Blades sent him to the Davao Eagles (for who or what, I forgot). Jojit played college ball at the University of the East.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Servinio
    After his stint with Santa Lucia, Christopher Clay went back to his old team in Hungary. Last spotted working in the United States.

    Jeff Flowers and his Filipina wife Chiqui and their two daughters have since relocated to the United States about a year or two ago. After his playing days, Jeff tried to enter coaching and conducted basketball camps.

    Dean Labayen returned to Canada. He was supposed to play for Pop Cola after his MBA stint but he opted to stay in Canada since he has a college degree.

    John Ordonio decided to return to the United States with his local basketball options now zero.

    Richie Ticzon is now an assistant coach with one of the San Miguel teams in the PBA. Ticzon played in the MBA for Cagayan de Oro from 1999 to 2000. In 2001, he managed to get back in the PBA via Alaska and played until 2002.

    Dondon Mendoza played for Holcim Pryce Pharma-MisOr in lthe 2006 Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association season. Dondon has decided to take a temporary leave from playing this year because he and his wife are expecting their first child.

    Jun or Champion Canoneo has joined his family in Canada (or was it the United States) last year. He resigned from his playing job with Cebu Landmaster of the MVBA when his papers were approved. Canoneo had MBA stops at Socsargen and Cagayan de Oro.

    Jojit Duremdes played briefly in the professional MBA and has the distinction of being part of the first-ever trade in league history when the Batangas Blades sent him to the Davao Eagles (for who or what, I forgot). Jojit played college ball at the University of the East.
    wow. where are you working bro? seems you know every in's and out's about our local players..
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    Guys..!

    What happened to my Idol...Dong Polistico?

    Any relevant information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YinkaDare
    Guys..!

    What happened to my Idol...Dong Polistico?

    Any relevant information?
    LOLZ, i thought you idol is Ponky Alolor, Ed Ducut and Bookis Advani??
    Joke!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thugpinoy
    LOLZ, i thought you idol is Ponky Alolor, Ed Ducut and Bookis Advani??
    Joke!
    HAHAHA I remember those funny names in PBA..

    And the likes of Jun Paguinto, Dicky Bachman

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinoypi
    what happend to parker, who played with sta. lucia before?

    and

    sonny alvarado? who played with tanduay?

    Parker was deported silently and he brought stigma on the Realtors franchise, after his deportation, Sta. Lucia vowed not to get half-breds or so-called Fil-ams together with the Air21 franchise. It was only lately, when they had last minute change of mind in choosing Kelly Williams over their 1st choice Arwind Santos.

    btw, it was Sean Chambers who knew Parker, he was shocked when he saw Parker play in the PBA as a local, he thought that Parker was half-latino or something but not a Filipino. it was when Chambers aired what he knew about Parker that made doubts about the so called Fil-sham. I've read the thing on a magazine not related to the PBA, Parker was silently deported and the PBA never mentioned about his status, bigla na lang siya nawala sa TV unlike the rest wherein it was clearly stated that they falsified documents like Al Segova and Sonny Alvarado.

    translation:
    Parker suddenly disappeared in PBA Games
    It's ironic to see limited efforts from players with maximum salary.
    I wish they would apply "sabermetrics" in those financially challenged PBA teams to acquire players who are value for their money.

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