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    JF and an out of shape Blatche would have a hard time keeping up with Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    JF and an out of shape Blatche would have a hard time keeping up with Martin
    U can bet that Blatche would make sure he would be 100% fit for the 2019 FIBA World Cup. Perhaps even fitter than what he was during the 6th window

    World Cup na yun eh. Ibang level na
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    i dont know about you guys but i personally think martin should replace barroca and edu should replace paul lee.
    not only will this add height but versatility and defence as well. edu could be like our taller norwood with better offense and martin could be a taller, more energized and athletic castro

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    Paul Lee's fouls were an eyesore in the last two games. Guy doesn't know how to defend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by live_evil View Post
    Paul Lee's fouls were an eyesore in the last two games. Guy doesn't know how to defend.
    He's too fat to keep up. We need his shooting though. Edu should replace one of the bigs

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    Quote Originally Posted by live_evil View Post
    Paul Lee's fouls were an eyesore in the last two games. Guy doesn't know how to defend.
    That’s what happens if you don’t take care of your body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    He's too fat to keep up. We need his shooting though. Edu should replace one of the bigs
    I dont think Lee is fat. Its muscles. Just like Romeo, they need to add more muscle depth to their body to absorb all the hacking and hard fouls they obsorb when they penetrate the lane in PBA and possibly in FIBA. The fouls Paul Lee does are cause by unfamiliar with FIBA rules on hand checking and body contact during opponents dribbling motion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    He's too fat to keep up. We need his shooting though. Edu should replace one of the bigs
    Or take Thirdy's 12th spot, especially if Clarkson can't consider as local!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zairex View Post
    I dont think Lee is fat. Its muscles. Just like Romeo, they need to add more muscle depth to their body to absorb all the hacking and hard fouls they obsorb when they penetrate the lane in PBA and possibly in FIBA. The fouls Paul Lee does are cause by unfamiliar with FIBA rules on hand checking and body contact during opponents dribbling motion.
    I strongly disagree. Paul Lee is overweight & I don't think its muscles. Just by simply looking at his overall body, one can see he is overweight as a pro basketball player playing as a guard.

    He is around 30 lbs. overweight. I think if Lee sheds 30 lbs., he will naturally get quicker & that is going to affect his offensive & defensive game in a positive way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    I strongly disagree. Paul Lee is overweight & I don't think its muscles. Just by simply looking at his overall body, one can see he is overweight as a pro basketball player playing as a guard.

    He is around 30 lbs. overweight. I think if Lee sheds 30 lbs., he will naturally get quicker & that is going to affect his offensive & defensive game in a positive way.
    i'd agree to this...if he loses 20 lbs. i think that would be enough for him to be more mobile,however i really think he is lazy on defense,i'm not saying he is not a good player but he's just not into defending.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    I strongly disagree. Paul Lee is overweight & I don't think its muscles. Just by simply looking at his overall body, one can see he is overweight as a pro basketball player playing as a guard.

    He is around 30 lbs. overweight. I think if Lee sheds 30 lbs., he will naturally get quicker & that is going to affect his offensive & defensive game in a positive way.
    Paul Lee’s mass is mostly fat just by looking at his appearance. He is 185 cm and 90 kg.

    Huge difference if you compare him to Chris Paul who is 183 cm and only 79 kg. This is simply because CP3 has a lower body fat%.
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    Remy Martin vs Paul Lee.. A quick eye test will definitely say Remy Martin. Paul Lee is fat and is a defensive liability.
    Meanwhile, Remy Martin produces quality numbers for a US NCAA Division 1 team.
    I really hope Remy would be available for the World Cup and that Yeng would ditch his favorite Paul Lee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoisiah View Post
    Remy Martin vs Paul Lee.. A quick eye test will definitely say Remy Martin. Paul Lee is fat and is a defensive liability.
    Meanwhile, Remy Martin produces quality numbers for a US NCAA Division 1 team.
    I really hope Remy would be available for the World Cup and that Yeng would ditch his favorite Paul Lee.
    We still need paul lee's shooting.. even he is only for 2nd unit.. i think he can replace maybe the slot of barroca or pogoy.. we need to upgrade our line up.. that 6th window line is not enough guys.. that line up will be massacer by euro and american teams..

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    If Paul Lee isn't overweight & is full of muscles, then Buea Belga isn't also overweight & is full of muscles as well.

    I think the epitome of what a professional basketball player's physique should be is Thirdy Ravena. This to think that Thirdy is not yet even a professional basketball player.

    Sorry for the OT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex07 View Post
    i'd agree to this...if he loses 20 lbs. i think that would be enough for him to be more mobile,however i really think he is lazy on defense,i'm not saying he is not a good player but he's just not into defending.
    Haha easier said than done. That's almost 10 kg. I've been cutting for a while now and I've only lost 14 lbs. It's really hard. And Paul Lee doesn't look like the type to go on a diet. Baka unli samgyupsal pa palagi.

    Yeah it looks like he doesn't put to much effort into defending. I've played with guys like that. Aggressive on offense but when it comes to defense he moves like he got asthma.

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    From https://devilsindetail.com/2019/03/1...-roundtable/3/

    Who is ASU’s Most Important Player in the Tournament?
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    Undoubtedly, ASU’s success hinges on the play of Remy Martin.

    Monday’s All-Pac-12 announcements didn’t place the Sun Devils’ 6-foot dynamo on the First Team, but that doesn’t change his importance. In conference play, Martin led all players in assists per game (6.2) and assist-to-turnover ratio (3.2).

    This team feeds off his energy, and when he is at his best, ASU typically is, too. In 12 games where the Sun Devils have assisted over 55 percent of their shots, they are unbeaten.

    In close contests, Martin has also proven to be the go-to player. With Saturday’s game against Arizona in the balance, he took over to score 12 of the last 19 points, doing it with a variety of pullup jumpers and a pursuit of the rim.

    The Sun Devils will need their point guard to be active in this week’s tournament. He is the primary ball handler, and it’ll be up to him to get Rob Edwards and Romello White back involved after the pair struggled at Arizona. – TB

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    With kiefer Ravena, Remy Martin and Dalph Panopio at helm, It would be hard for any other Point Guards in our Country that can overtake this three as National Team duties players unless ofcourse injuries and they can't for some other reasons but in terms of talent these guys looks like mainstays for years to come for our Gilas.

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    Remy Martin and the ASU Sun Devils currently leads UCLA in the PAC 12 Tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fadzki View Post
    With kiefer Ravena, Remy Martin and Dalph Panopio at helm, It would be hard for any other Point Guards in our Country that can overtake this three as National Team duties players unless ofcourse injuries and they can't for some other reasons but in terms of talent these guys looks like mainstays for years to come for our Gilas.
    I think Robert Bolick has the potential of contesting the 3rd point guard spot from Panopio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Haha easier said than done. That's almost 10 kg. I've been cutting for a while now and I've only lost 14 lbs. It's really hard. And Paul Lee doesn't look like the type to go on a diet. Baka unli samgyupsal pa palagi.

    Yeah it looks like he doesn't put to much effort into defending. I've played with guys like that. Aggressive on offense but when it comes to defense he moves like he got asthma.
    If Paul Lee is superman this is probably is his kryptonite
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