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    Quote Originally Posted by deviant View Post
    link please
    You can check it on youtube DSC men’s basketball vs DME academy.

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    Dalph’s been working on his athleticism it seems

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    Dalph Panopio latest game


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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    Dalph Panopio latest game



    Dalp's teammates on the bench were so animated,they almost celebrated inside the court.

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    Dalph with a crucial steal vs IMG, the same team TSF choked against.

    I swear, Dalph is the heir apparent to Tenorio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasper222 View Post
    I swear, Dalph is the heir apparent to Tenorio.
    If he ends up being a 5-inch taller tenorio that would be awesome, thats an nba-caliber player

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasper222 View Post


    Dalph with a crucial steal vs IMG, the same team TSF choked against.

    I swear, Dalph is the heir apparent to Tenorio.
    Dalph's weakness in Batang Gilas is still there. He is vulnerable to physical defense. He either loses the ball or misses a point blank lay-up. If he improves on this he will be a much better player.

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    I hope Dalph will have a chance to go up against this guy.He's about 6'2-6'3 and very skilled.

    "How small ball works: Tall Skilled beats small skilled every time,but small skilled beats tall stiff every time" - Kevin McHale

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    Dalph's weakness in Batang Gilas is still there. He is vulnerable to physical defense. He either loses the ball or misses a point blank lay-up. If he improves on this he will be a much better player.
    These things can be improved especially with us ncaa school facility. Just like how Toledos facility helps Aj edu recovered from injury.

    But the problem is he is not in the radar of division 1 school, isnt he? Hope he can play in us ncaa even in div 2.

    Or go home to italy and play for euroleague.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dzee View Post
    "We don’t (distinguish between) big guys and small guys. We work on everything because you never know who will grow, who will stay small"
    - I hope the coaches here in the Philippines will consider this, train every young prospect all the bbasketball skills with no exemption, because we never know who will grow tall or stay small.
    Exactly. Thats why foreign coach are better than local coaches. Imagine Junmar training overseas when he is young. Maybe he can enter nba.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    Dalph's weakness in Batang Gilas is still there. He is vulnerable to physical defense. He either loses the ball or misses a point blank lay-up. If he improves on this he will be a much better player.
    This has been my concern eversince, seeing Dalph’s frail frame up close. Plyometrics and HIIT alongside some added protein diet should do the trick, putting on some weight without losing much speed. I think he is some 10-15 lbs short of being able to absorb and finish through contact.
    Never look too far ahead. You might stumble on a block right in front of you.

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