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    Quote Originally Posted by magic_chiongson View Post
    they seem too young for 2023. hope they pan out, that'll get us set for the next decade



    this. remember 19 yr-old giannis getting shackled by norwood in 2014.
    Hmmm. Yeah. Maybe in 2027. Amos and lopez will be. But there are many things that can happen

    19 yr old giannis is not that weak. He is just not the focus of the offense. He had limitef touches. And decent minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    AJ Edu says, "hi!"
    Aj would be 23 in 2023. He is 2 yrs older than Kai

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Aj would be 23 in 2023. He is 2 yrs older than Kai
    If SBP is thinking forward, my avi should be the centerpiece of the nt program 2023 onwards
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    If SBP is thinking forward, my avi should be the centerpiece of the nt program 2023 onwards
    Aj and Kai and NP would be the centerpiece obviously. They just need competent guards

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Aj and Kai and NP would be the centerpiece obviously. They just need competent guards
    padrigao, abadiano, fortea


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    Quote Originally Posted by magic_chiongson View Post
    padrigao, abadiano, fortea

    Worst back ourt in fiba u16. They missed more than 60% of their shots.

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    that's too generous, it's more like 80% along with tons of turnovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by magic_chiongson View Post
    that's too generous, it's more like 80% along with tons of turnovers
    Hero ball for them. Anyway, i think they are not included for the future anyway.

    Our U16 would be a little weaker than the previous one. Without Kai and maybe without Sage. Who is our best big man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Hero ball for them. Anyway, i think they are not included for the future anyway.

    Our U16 would be a little weaker than the previous one. Without Kai and maybe without Sage. Who is our best big man?
    Well those parr of the 22 man Batang Gilas U16 pool are, 6-6 Arciaga of LSGH, 6-5 Padrones of FEU, 6-6 Palacielo-NU, 6-7 Gagate-LSGH. At PF, we have 6-4 Laure of NU, 6-5 Amos-Australia and 6-5 Pablo LSHH. At SF: 6-6 Lopez and 6-5 Jordi GDL. These kids are our frontliners...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    Well those parr of the 22 man Batang Gilas U16 pool are, 6-6 Arciaga of LSGH, 6-5 Padrones of FEU, 6-6 Palacielo-NU, 6-7 Gagate-LSGH. At PF, we have 6-4 Laure of NU, 6-5 Amos-Australia and 6-5 Pablo LSHH. At SF: 6-6 Lopez and 6-5 Jordi GDL. These kids are our frontliners...
    Oh. No 6'8 and above players. Though I hope they will grow taller. Kai I believe only grew 1 inch in 2 years. So maybe they can be 6'8-6'9. They must know How to be a stretch 4 like Japeth/TROY/Arwind. That's the PF spot for the modern basketball.

    Centers must be atleast 6'10-6'11 now. And preferably 7 footers.

    Lopez, amos has the highest potential. But they are more suitable as wings. Not familiar on the list of C and Pf. Maybe theybdid not yet made an impact

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    I decided to look up Mason Amos because I’ll admit I haven’t watched him play, I don’t think this guy is a wing.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B67XSBsDet0/?hl=en

    https://youtu.be/n7NVW-JyGwg
    https://youtu.be/2iTXaaFAdwQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRodster21 View Post
    I decided to look up Mason Amos because I’ll admit I haven’t watched him play, I don’t think this guy is a wing.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B67XSBsDet0/?hl=en

    https://youtu.be/n7NVW-JyGwg
    https://youtu.be/2iTXaaFAdwQ
    Maybe stretch 4. Or an agile power forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Maybe stretch 4. Or an agile power forward
    Probably gonna play 4 or 5 for this team considering the frontline isn’t that great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Oh. No 6'8 and above players. Though I hope they will grow taller. Kai I believe only grew 1 inch in 2 years. So maybe they can be 6'8-6'9. They must know How to be a stretch 4 like Japeth/TROY/Arwind. That's the PF spot for the modern basketball.

    Centers must be atleast 6'10-6'11 now. And preferably 7 footers.

    Lopez, amos has the highest potential. But they are more suitable as wings. Not familiar on the list of C and Pf. Maybe theybdid not yet made an impact
    The bigs (by Philippines standard) are all part of their Jrs team,maybe except Pablo is on their Team B.. Being 15/16, most of the players are 3rd stringers in their team, playing backup to 18/19 year old Kuyas... When Kai was their age, he was abused by NUs frontliner like Javellonar and Quiambao. But where are they now..

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    is mason amos the older or younger brother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Oh. No 6'8 and above players. Though I hope they will grow taller. Kai I believe only grew 1 inch in 2 years. So maybe they can be 6'8-6'9. They must know How to be a stretch 4 like Japeth/TROY/Arwind. That's the PF spot for the modern basketball.

    Centers must be atleast 6'10-6'11 now. And preferably 7 footers.

    Lopez, amos has the highest potential. But they are more suitable as wings. Not familiar on the list of C and Pf. Maybe theybdid not yet made an impact


    I still remember when Kevin Ferrer was in 2009 U16 he was 6'4 and never grow another inch,Kobe was 6'6 not even half an inch,Gozum grew an inch,its that age 16 barrier no matter what the genes it affects the majority of the players and population.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARMIR View Post
    I still remember when Kevin Ferrer was in 2009 U16 he was 6'4 and never grow another inch,Kobe was 6'6 not even half an inch,Gozum grew an inch,its that age 16 barrier no matter what the genes it affects the majority of the players and population.
    am triggered, stopped growing at 16 as well

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    Most people stop growing at 16, some at 18 and lucky dudes at 21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    Most people stop growing at 16, some at 18 and lucky dudes at 21.
    Yeah. So our young players must take cheriffer and growee before age 16. Lol.

    16 is the magic number. Kai is already 7'1 at 16. He grow an inch now that he is turning 18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathematicianrcg View Post
    Yeah. So our young players must take cheriffer and growee before age 16. Lol.

    16 is the magic number. Kai is already 7'1 at 16. He grow an inch now that he is turning 18.

    Actually majority stop growing at 15,with some lucky to carry growth to 16 and a very small percentage grow at 17 but rarely and definitely almost zero news of someone growing at 18 or beyond unless,the said individual has Acromegaly or Giantism and that's not good,it means enlarge heart,brittle bones and other medical problem associated with it.After there's no such thing as a very old giant.

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