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    Default Remy Martin: Russell Westbrook of the Philippines

    6'0" Filipino-American Remy Martin has got the talent, skills, and the swag to be the Russell Westbrook of the Philippines. Certainly, he is a future Gilas Pilipinas PG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilas Army View Post
    6'0" Filipino-American Remy Martin has got the talent, skills, and the swag to be the Russell Westbrook of the Philippines. Certainly, he is a future Gilas Pilipinas PG.

    Is he Fiba Hagop rule eligible for Gilas?

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    I wonder who is quicker, this guy or Jalalon? will this guy be a Justin Melton 2.0?
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    In the interview he's says his family is from the Philippines, and that "they're still in the Philippines" cheering for him. So does that mean he was born here?

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    if this boy Remy Martin ended up in Ginebra, that would be crazy lol
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    Talked to a coach who followed Remy, from Chino hills and tried to recurit him, looks like he's commited to Arizona. the coach was suprise to learn Remy had Pinoy blood , super quick he will be good

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    ^He's committed to Arizona State.

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    Quick, strong upper body, nice body control and good court vision

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    So is he eligible?
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    The poor administration and incompetence of SBP is really showing.
    The list is getting longer and longer.
    And still nothing really happens..

    Quentin Millora-Brown - 6-10 forward..
    Kamaka Hepa - 6'9 guard-forward
    Christian David - 6'7 shooting guard
    Sedrick Barefield - 6'2 point guard
    Remy Martin - 6'0 point guard

    All very skilled and some are ranked in their respected classes in USA!

    Are Dwight Ramos and Jeron Artest eligible?
    this could have been the golden era batch before sotto's. or sotto's batch are their junior replacements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ador Cruzado View Post
    The poor administration and incompetence of SBP is really showing.
    The list is getting longer and longer.
    And still nothing really happens..

    Quentin Millora-Brown - 6-10 forward..
    Kamaka Hepa - 6'9 guard-forward
    Christian David - 6'7 shooting guard
    Sedrick Barefield - 6'2 point guard
    Remy Martin - 6'0 point guard

    All very skilled and some are ranked in their respected classes in USA!

    Are Dwight Ramos and Jeron Artest eligible?
    this could have been the golden era batch before sotto's. or sotto's batch are their junior replacements.
    I would glady leave my job and work for sbp to help our country. ��
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    Quote Originally Posted by live_evil View Post
    So is he eligible?
    Yes. Passport before 16.
    Keep running, big boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by live_evil View Post
    I would glady leave my job and work for sbp to help our country. ��
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    Quentin Millora-Brown: Third-generation Fil-Am, grandparents migrated in the 1960s, SBP sent Cong. Puno to try to convince the parents, lack of initiative on the part of parents
    Kamaka Hepa: Third-generation Fil-Am, more Hawaiian blood than Pinoy, no PH consulate in Alaska, might be open to play as naturalized
    Christian David: Born in Canada, ineligible from the start
    Sedrick Barefield: Born in US, ineligible from the start
    Remy Martin: Got his passport before turning 16, eligible
    Keep running, big boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerouac82 View Post
    Quentin Millora-Brown: Third-generation Fil-Am, grandparents migrated in the 1960s, SBP sent Cong. Puno to try to convince the parents, lack of initiative on the part of parents
    Kamaka Hepa: Third-generation Fil-Am, more Hawaiian blood than Pinoy, no PH consulate in Alaska, might be open to play as naturalized
    Christian David: Born in Canada, ineligible from the start
    Sedrick Barefield: Born in US, ineligible from the start
    Remy Martin: Got his passport before turning 16, eligible
    How old is he, eligible for U18 in 2018?
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    It doesn't matter where they were born but whether their Filipino parent/s still had Philippine citizenship when they were born. If Barefield and David were ineligible from the start, then it means that both of David's parents and Barefield's Pinay mom were already Canadian/US citizens at the time of their birth (meaning they had renounced their Philippine citizenship and hadn't regained it by applying for dual citizenship at the embassy or consulate).

    With regards to Remy Martin, it looks like he might have been born in the Philippines, because he says his family is "still in the Philippines."

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    If Clarkson would be allowed to play by the lakers and FIBA, this would be an ultra fast backcourt combination.I think Martin is a milli second quicker than Castro and Romeo.I think he will be more competitive against the Aussies and the Kiwis.Not that I'm saying that Castro and Romeo are worthless, I just think Martin might give more of a challenge.
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    BTW, nice name. Maybe his father drinks a lot of liquor haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerouac82 View Post
    Quentin Millora-Brown: Third-generation Fil-Am, grandparents migrated in the 1960s, SBP sent Cong. Puno to try to convince the parents, lack of initiative on the part of parents
    Kamaka Hepa: Third-generation Fil-Am, more Hawaiian blood than Pinoy, no PH consulate in Alaska, might be open to play as naturalized
    Christian David: Born in Canada, ineligible from the start
    Sedrick Barefield: Born in US, ineligible from the start
    Remy Martin: Got his passport before turning 16, eligible
    the video says (1:11) that Remy Martin has dual citizenship and he immigrated in the US as a teenager. So i guess he is indeed eligible to play for PHL.
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    Trying to find info on his birthdate, does he turn 19 in 2018?

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