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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    We can take Japeth out, as he says 2023 will be the time of the next generation. However, he says he's still willing to mentor the kids. Let's see about the other veterans.

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    Well, reality is he doesn't want to play with Baldwin due to benching incident last 2016.. Even Japeth's father as some issues with Baldwin.. So i really expect this from Japeth.. We should move on from Japeth right now..

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    As much as we on this platform always maligned and critical about Japeth related to his low bbiq and lethargic in some occasions hence him being un-motivated if he sees the coach was not on his liking, the thing about this statement means the dude is now maturing towards the game..

    “Willing akong ma-share ‘yung experience ko,” he said. “Kasi, kumbaga, pinagdaanan ko rin ‘yung naging sitwasyon nila. Ayaw ko lang, kunwari, ‘yung mga pagkakamali ko before na magawa nila. ‘Yun siguro ma-advise ko.


    I hope coach Tab and his batch of bench tacticians in Gilas may include the Ping, RDO and Calvin for this bubble and moving forward until 2023 because even though they ain't the best skill coach out there..their experience playing for the national team is very valuable in terms of giving pointers to the next gens..now the bottomline here is this...are those bballers I mentioned are still enthusiastic and willing to rub elbows with the boys during scrimmages and practices considering that it is inevitable that those men may not be able to crack the final 12 come 2023..that's my take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ_Reloaded View Post
    As much as we on this platform always maligned and critical about Japeth related to his low bbiq and lethargic in some occasions hence him being un-motivated if he sees the coach was not on his liking, the thing about this statement means the dude is now maturing towards the game..



    I hope coach Tab and his batch of bench tacticians in Gilas may include the Ping, RDO and Calvin for this bubble and moving forward until 2023 because even though they ain't the best skill coach out there..their experience playing for the national team is very valuable in terms of giving pointers to the next gens..now the bottomline here is this...are those bballers I mentioned are still enthusiastic and willing to rub elbows with the boys during scrimmages and practices considering that it is inevitable that those men may not be able to crack the final 12 come 2023..that's my take.
    Yeah, the veterans willing to share experience is crucial for our boys to prepare them for 2023. And a lot of these kids are teachable, and that's gonna help greatly.

    These guys can teach a few skills, actually. Ping can teach the younger bigs how to stay in front when switched on a perimeter player, and how to position on defense. RDO, shooting, post skills, and penetration, combo forward skills. Japeth, rim protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Well, reality is he doesn't want to play with Baldwin due to benching incident last 2016.. Even Japeth's father as some issues with Baldwin.. So i really expect this from Japeth.. We should move on from Japeth right now..
    isnt this the same issue with Toroman back in 2011 and Chot circa 2014?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    isnt this the same issue with Toroman back in 2011 and Chot circa 2014?
    For Chot, i think they already finished their issues back then, And Chot always pick him.. While Toroman only issue at Japeth is the "Chris Tiu's IQ" comment.. But other than that eh no issues, Japeth is still young on Toroman's time, He's not yet ripe at that time.. Baldwin meanwhile, He was axed to be Gilas coach due to benching of Japeth and Abueva's non inclusion on the final roster.. Even Japeth's father is frustrated on Baldwin's decision.. Even media also questioned Baldwin's decision at that time..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    To be honest, we still veterans. Developing and letting players within same age bracket will cause us problems 6-8 years from now. Just look at Iran, Argentina, Spain and Chinese-Taipei. Their teams started in the youth level then went to be their senior's teams. Then they started to grow old and worse, sabay-sabay silanh tatandaan.

    I prefer on putting atleast 3-4 for proper and smooth transition.

    I still prefer classic of transition between our players in Gilas.

    Classic examples are:

    Alapag > Castro > Kiefer > 1GDL/Matt Nieto
    Meneses > Cariaso > Hontiveros
    Lassiter > Wright > Dwight

    These are the transitions I am talking about.
    Agreed. For the cadets, we will need different age brackets for different tournaments. For example, the WC qualifier windows. We primarily use the kids born 1996-2002 in the November 2021 WC window. The rest of the windows, we use 2001-2004 kids, then we can add 2005 kids in the February 2023 window. However, we can players younger than 18 if they show enough promise to play for the senior team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deviant View Post
    More likely the barometer of what kind of pg CTab would look into for wc23 since the bigs like kai,aj, and kouame would surely be shooins already.
    Hopefully Edu will be serviceable for Gilas. By then, hopefully we'll also have developed good enough forwards (in terms of size and skill) for 2023 and beyond.

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    If the 2022 olympics is moved. World Cup 2023 will be moved also right?

    I read somewhere that 2022 Olympics may be rescheduled

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    If the 2022 olympics is moved. World Cup 2023 will be moved also right?

    I read somewhere that 2022 Olympics may be rescheduled
    There's no Summer Olympics in 2022. It's 2020, then 2024.

    Winter Olympics, you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    There's no Summer Olympics in 2022. It's 2020, then 2024.

    Winter Olympics, you mean?
    Yes, the one hosted by Japan.

    Doent that have an affect to world cup 2023

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Yes, the one hosted by Japan.

    Doent that have an affect to world cup 2023
    Oh, the Summer Olympics scheduled last year. I don't think it will have an effect if rescheduled to 2022.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    Oh, the Summer Olympics scheduled last year. I don't think it will have an effect if rescheduled to 2022.
    Why can't Japan can do a bubble Olympics? This is the only way for now!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jomar09 View Post
    By the way guys, in case we eventually lose CJ to the arms of SMC, don't forget that we still have a Thirdy Ravena. The 2023 team still has JC, Parks Jr., Dwight, AJ and Kai. Then from the bench are Juan GDL, Thirdy, Oftana, Baltazar, Kouame. That's a solid 10-man rotation.
    Agreed on this point. Most of the talents hoarded (and not lent) by SMC are relatively easily replaceable, such as Terrence and Perez. We have Thirdy and Juan for that, and hopefully more. What are harder to replace are the centers, especially during the windows, and especially considering that we're lacking in size. We'll need more, considering that there will be times that Kai and Edu might have other commitments that might conflict with the Gilas schedule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Why can't Japan can do a bubble Olympics? This is the only way for now!!
    1st probably logistics as you have thousands of athletes convening in the copuntry for the olympics, second and the most important would be the return of investments, tourism and tourism related expenses would be the biggest chunk of the income for the olympic games aside from TV coverage. Japan will be losing money if the games pushes through without an audience, they spent too much on infra and might not be able to recoup their expenses if the games pushes through in a bubble setup.
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    So far, I have 5 players as shooins in 2023

    C: Kai
    PF: AJ
    SF: Dwight
    SG: Jordan
    PG: Dalph

    Thats it. Their International Experience, Skillsets, and Complementary skills will be good.

    They are not undersized, They are not slow.

    Very Versatile 5.

    Other Players needs to prove they belong

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    So far, I have 5 players as shooins in 2023

    C: Kai
    PF: AJ
    SF: Dwight
    SG: Jordan
    PG: Dalph

    Thats it. Their International Experience, Skillsets, and Complementary skills will be good.

    They are not undersized, They are not slow.

    Very Versatile 5.

    Other Players needs to prove they belong
    Let's hope Edu can recover from his string of injuries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    Let's hope Edu can recover from his string of injuries.
    UP or FEU should save him, monitor his role on Toledo..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    So far, I have 5 players as shooins in 2023

    C: Kai
    PF: AJ
    SF: Dwight
    SG: Jordan
    PG: Dalph

    Thats it. Their International Experience, Skillsets, and Complementary skills will be good.

    They are not undersized, They are not slow.

    Very Versatile 5.

    Other Players needs to prove they belong
    I would replace Dalph with BRP if he wants it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikatrix View Post
    I would replace Dalph with BRP if he wants it.
    Yeah. Rayray is actually always in my Gilas Wishlist.

    I always believed, before Kai, he have the best chance to make the nba.

    Now, Rayray is one of the best players in Pba.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    So far, I have 5 players as shooins in 2023

    C: Kai
    PF: AJ
    SF: Dwight
    SG: Jordan
    PG: Dalph

    Thats it. Their International Experience, Skillsets, and Complementary skills will be good.

    They are not undersized, They are not slow.

    Very Versatile 5.

    Other Players needs to prove they belong
    I have 7 ..

    C - Koaume
    PF - Edu
    SF - Kobe Paras (I still believe in this guy, and Dwight at this position will be a walking mismatch on size alone)
    SG - Clarkson (if the basketball Gods favor us)
    PG - Robert Bolick (his "World Cup" experience and size will be key)

    6th man - Kai Sotto at center
    7th man - Dwight Ramos as a swingman for SG and SF positions

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