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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Play Blatche, Staham, Munzon and Parks, for sure RP will win it all

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    Grindhouse King-Pasig went home a million pesos richer after they ruled the Grand Finals of the Chooks-To-Go Pilipinas 3X3 President’s Cup Sunday afternoon at SM City Fairview. Grindhouse reasserted their mastery over familiar rival 1Bataan Risers, 19-7, thanks to the superlative play of Joshua Munzon who was later hailed as Most Outstanding Player of the tournament that opened last February 16. READ MORE

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    so who will be joining the next week tournament if pasig already git a pass in the world tour
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    The serbian guy is right... our 3x3 teams are poor at defending the perimeter and always play bully ball under the basket(that wont work in intl comp) I like munzons team since theyre fairly young. Dont really expect much from the other though..

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    Santi Santillan with a brain fart lol

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    Unfortunate losses for both Philippine teams. Pasaol and Statham have been beasts throughout most of the 3x3 games and for Pasaol’s team to go down from a game winner in the final seconds is tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Yabuki View Post
    The serbian guy is right... our 3x3 teams are poor at defending the perimeter and always play bully ball under the basket(that wont work in intl comp) I like munzons team since theyre fairly young. Dont really expect much from the other though..
    and the one who almost win it so they exceed your expectations
    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
    and the one who almost win it so they exceed your expectations
    if not for Santillan's unfamiliarity with the 3x3 rules the bully ball Pasaol led team would have been the champion of this leg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone7 View Post
    Unfortunate losses for both Philippine teams. Pasaol and Statham have been beasts throughout most of the 3x3 games and for Pasaol’s team to go down from a game winner in the final seconds is tough.
    Wished Statham didn't miss a few easy shots in the semi's. Actually it was the whole team. Just needed a couple of those baskets!
    Would have been a dream final if it was both Pinoy teams.
    Didn't catch the final but Pasaol impressed me during their semi.
    Happy that both teams qualified for the World Tour.

    Couple observations:
    -I like Munzon's on the ball d and athleticism.
    -Troy Rike... underwhelming.

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    troy rike wouldnt be that big in pba only few or an inch taller than troy who is 6'5..as for statham.. the toygher he gets the longer his pba career..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzr_390 View Post
    Wished Statham didn't miss a few easy shots in the semi's. Actually it was the whole team. Just needed a couple of those baskets!
    Would have been a dream final if it was both Pinoy teams.
    Didn't catch the final but Pasaol impressed me during their semi.
    Happy that both teams qualified for the World Tour.

    Couple observations:
    -I like Munzon's on the ball d and athleticism.
    -Troy Rike... underwhelming.
    Yeah I feel like Pasaol is another player that we would be talking about more if he was a little bit taller. He can shoot lights out and isn’t afraid to score against taller players in the post.

    Watching Troy Rike play can be frustrating because I feel like he can easily do so much more if he wanted to. I don’t think he’s bad enough for me to say he’s a bad player or good enough for me to call him good. He just doesn’t look to score enough in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzr_390 View Post
    Wished Statham didn't miss a few easy shots in the semi's. Actually it was the whole team. Just needed a couple of those baskets!
    Would have been a dream final if it was both Pinoy teams.
    Didn't catch the final but Pasaol impressed me during their semi.
    Happy that both teams qualified for the World Tour.

    Couple observations:
    -I like Munzon's on the ball d and athleticism.
    -Troy Rike... underwhelming.
    Well, Statham lost his composure, and cannot handle the physical games of Japan esp. of that Ochiai guy. The reason being he missed those easy shots.

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    Saw several minutes of the finals. There were a few calls favoring Bataan. The flopping warning against Ochihe. And the obvious out of bounds called for Bataan come to mind.

    Pasaol was a defensive sieve and some of his drives werr borderline offensive fouls.

    I like Santillans development. He has a 3 pt shot now. Next he has to develop his handles. Defensively he seems to move well also.

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    No one is really hyping, who shall be our 3x3 national team, tbey still have. very good shot in olympics with the way we organize 3x3 tournaments as our ranking points is racking up
    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
    No one is really hyping, who shall be our 3x3 national team, tbey still have. very good shot in olympics with the way we organize 3x3 tournaments as our ranking points is racking up
    the pasig team (statham, rike, munzon) plus maybe manganti will do or if you want put kobe..

    our pro team needs to join some 3x3 pro tour events and a good showing at fiba 3x3 asia cup..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    No one is really hyping, who shall be our 3x3 national team, tbey still have. very good shot in olympics with the way we organize 3x3 tournaments as our ranking points is racking up
    Our 3x3 specialist Munzon , Pasaol and Staham, should be shooin, we need an agile big such as Edu or Brandon Rosser or a shooting big Isaac Go for size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    the pasig team (statham, rike, munzon) plus maybe manganti will do or if you want put kobe..

    our pro team needs to join some 3x3 pro tour events and a good showing at fiba 3x3 asia cup..
    My money is on Pasaol. His game is perfect for 3x3. Munzon is really crafty and pretty good defensively but he takes way too many forced shots and a lot of times his shooting is off than on.

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    Troy Rike out, 2017 3x3 World Cup Bronze medalist Angelo Tsagarakis of France in

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/pasig..._next_featured

    Top Filipino 3x3 players Joshua Munzon and Taylor Statham will banner Pasig Chooks and will be reinforced by former Novi Sad campaigner Nikola Pavlovic and French import Angelo Tsagarakis.

    Balanga Chooks, meanwhile, have Alvin Pasaol, Santi Santillan, Karl Dehesa and American reinforcement Travis Franklin.

    The Philippines will have teams in the World Tour circuit for the first time since 2015 when Manila North featuring Calvin Abueva, Vic Manuel, Glenn Khobuntin and Dehesa placed second in the Manila Masters and reached the World Tour Final.

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    I'm sensing a pasaol, munzon and statham plus a big. Maybe rike or santi

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