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    Quote Originally Posted by fadzki View Post
    Does SMB still has his right he was banned for the league right? doesn't that make him free from any attachment to a PBA club? not really sure...

    hopefully someone can clear things up...
    smb still has balkman’s rights.. any pba team should approach smb if they want balkman and smb needs to release balkman to that team..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    smb still has balkman’s rights.. any pba team should approach smb if they want balkman and smb needs to release balkman to that team..
    SMC is so greedy. They already have good crop of imports. They must allow Balkman to play with other teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yogaflame View Post
    SMC is so greedy. They already have good crop of imports. They must allow Balkman to play with other teams.
    thats within the rules of the PBA. if a team asks for balkman then SMB has already an import at hand i do think they will release him.but the problem is that balkman is very expensive. maybe the only other team can afford him is MVP team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    smb still has balkman’s rights.. any pba team should approach smb if they want balkman and smb needs to release balkman to that team..
    For how long can a team keep an import's rights? For example, does Alaska still have Sean Chambers' rights even if he stopped playing decades ago? The rights don't expire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoisiah View Post
    For how long can a team keep an import's rights? For example, does Alaska still have Sean Chambers' rights even if he stopped playing decades ago? The rights don't expire?
    Last I heard, there was a proposal made that the right of first refusal would be stricken out to allow teams to get imports of their choice without impediment. Apparently, this proposal may have been shot down by the Board.

    If one looks at it, it's really logical. The chances of independent teams retaining their quality imports won't be easy if this rule was removed as the more influential teams can easily pry them away. However, from what I know, the right of first refusal is only good for one season, meaning the import becomes an automatic free agent if his team doesn't retain his services the succeeding season...

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    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/pba/n...s-cup-campaign

    "You need to ask them, guys, ‘Can they match up with me?’"


    They can't. SMBeermen can't match up with him & Belga sa kainan. But in the basketball court, he & Belga will be fed to the SMB lions. They will be like fattened calves being fed to the hungry lions. The poor import obviously doesn't know what he is up to. He & Belga better spent more time in the basketball gym than in the kitchen.

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    Back-to-back horrible games by Allein Maliksi for BWE. This time around, he cost the game for the team with two offensive blunders in the last two minutes.

    Maliksi can only be effective if he works within a system, similar to his stint at Star when Tim Cone was his coach. But when you want him to do his thing one-on-one, he's a major disappointment. I don't understand why Leo Isaac would want to have the play in the last few minutes to him when Mac Belo and Roi Sumang were shooting well. Or put the ball down on the low block for Jarrid Famous for a higher percentage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay P. Mercado View Post
    Back-to-back horrible games by Allein Maliksi for BWE. This time around, he cost the game for the team with two offensive blunders in the last two minutes.

    Maliksi can only be effective if he works within a system, similar to his stint at Star when Tim Cone was his coach. But when you want him to do his thing one-on-one, he's a major disappointment. I don't understand why Leo Isaac would want to have the play in the last few minutes to him when Mac Belo and Roi Sumang were shooting well. Or put the ball down on the low block for Jarrid Famous for a higher percentage.
    I agree. Isaac does not even provide picks for Allein. He just let him shoot off-the dribble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
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    "You need to ask them, guys, ‘Can they match up with me?’"


    They can't. SMBeermen can't match up with him & Belga sa kainan. But in the basketball court, he & Belga will be fed to the SMB lions. They will be like fattened calves being fed to the hungry lions. The poor import obviously doesn't know what he is up to. He & Belga better spent more time in the basketball gym than in the kitchen.

    Hindi lahat ay nadadaan sa taba.
    The last time ROS had a fat import, they won the Commissioner's Cup.

    The last time SMB won the same cup, they were really challenged by TNT with a fat import playing in one foot.

    And Compton was disappointed that their current import was not as fat as he used to be.

    Bring on the fats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SG 3000 View Post
    The last time ROS had a fat import, they won the Commissioner's Cup.

    The last time SMB won the same cup, they were really challenged by TNT with a fat import playing in one foot.

    And Compton was disappointed that their current import was not as fat as he used to be.

    Bring on the fats!
    With Yeng Guiao as ROS head coach & an SMB not yet as strong as it is right now. It even gets stronger with Standhardinger now in the team.

    A fat import could only lead TNT to the finals but eventually lost to SMB. That was an SMB team w/o Standhardinger.
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    best part of having CS in SMB is that JunMar wont have to work that hard and there will be at times that he will get more rest. well thats the only silver lining. di na sya masyado babad sa laro.lalo na nagkaka edad na.so longevity is in the offing for him. and its a good situation for gilas i guess. plus he and CS will have chemistry. if those two gets to be picked for gilas then they will play well together i suppose.

    bad news for other PBA teams though. SMB is destined for another grand-fvcking-slam. could be double grandslam if other PBA teams dont get their shit together.lols.

    they can just hand over the tropy to SMB for the rest of the conference and release the gilas players and let them prepare.lols. if only its that easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    best part of having CS in SMB is that JunMar wont have to work that hard and there will be at times that he will get more rest. well thats the only silver lining. di na sya masyado babad sa laro.lalo na nagkaka edad na.so longevity is in the offing for him. and its a good situation for gilas i guess. plus he and CS will have chemistry. if those two gets to be picked for gilas then they will play well together i suppose.

    bad news for other PBA teams though. SMB is destined for another grand-fvcking-slam. could be double grandslam if other PBA teams dont get their shit together.lols.

    they can just hand over the tropy to SMB for the rest of the conference and release the gilas players and let them prepare.lols. if only its that easy.
    This reminds of the USA Dream team during the 90's wherein the rest of the teams had to concede the gold medal to the Americans & reducing the tournament into a battle for the silver medal.

    I agree with U that if there's any consolation for Standhardinger's entry in SMB, its the fact that Standhardinger will ease the burden off Junmar's shoulder & Junmar's playing time w/ SMB would be reduced, which of course would be good for Gilas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    This reminds of the USA Dream team during the 90's wherein the rest of the teams had to concede the gold medal to the Americans & reducing the tournament into a battle for the silver medal.

    I agree with U that if there's any consolation for Standhardinger's entry in SMB, its the fact that Standhardinger will ease the burden off Junmar's shoulder & Junmar's playing time w/ SMB would be reduced, which of course would be good for Gilas.
    at this point nothing we can do.hehe.but at least there is a silver lining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    With Yeng Guiao as ROS head coach & an SMB not yet as strong as it is right now. It even gets stronger with Standhardinger now in the team.

    A fat import could only lead TNT to the finals but eventually lost to SMB. That was an SMB team w/o Standhardinger.
    That was an injured fat import that gave SMB trouble. They had to bench June Mar to win it. They had a good inside outside import in Rhodes. And he was the key to winning the finals not June Mar who was neutralized by the fat injured import.

    Virtually all the imports have an upgrade in heft and height. All imports are virtually 6'9-6'10 now. SMB has CS and Gillenwater, both 6'7.

    Playing CS at 4 will make them bigger but slower and with less shooting. June Mar will be neutralized by the fat imports.

    CS helps. But the bigger opposing imports and smaller SMB import evens the field if not tilts it to the other teams.

    Its like with GS and Japs and an SF import for GSM. Greg played decently against the big imports, much better than June Mar but their SF import were overpowered by the bigger ones. SMB with CS and Gillenwater runs the same risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SG 3000 View Post
    The last time ROS had a fat import, they won the Commissioner's Cup.
    Are you referring to Jai Lewis?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mangangalakal View Post
    Are you referring to Jai Lewis?
    Pierre Henderson-Niles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    That was an injured fat import that gave SMB trouble. They had to bench June Mar to win it. They had a good inside outside import in Rhodes. And he was the key to winning the finals not June Mar who was neutralized by the fat injured import.

    Virtually all the imports have an upgrade in heft and height. All imports are virtually 6'9-6'10 now. SMB has CS and Gillenwater, both 6'7.

    Playing CS at 4 will make them bigger but slower and with less shooting. June Mar will be neutralized by the fat imports.

    CS helps. But the bigger opposing imports and smaller SMB import evens the field if not tilts it to the other teams.

    Its like with GS and Japs and an SF import for GSM. Greg played decently against the big imports, much better than June Mar but their SF import were overpowered by the bigger ones. SMB with CS and Gillenwater runs the same risk.
    Mag dilang anghel ka sana bro
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    Woah Columbian trashed NLEX today...

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    I always knew jerramy kung can play but i didnt kne lw that he can be consistent although he can be scouted but defensive effort makes him stay in a game
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    lets see how long dyip can sustain this or how long till they trade their top players to team A

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