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    Quote Originally Posted by astigram04 View Post
    Yeah, some people are just forgetting that NU's losses where mostly on very very close games and now they're talking as if NU got ran over by every other teams this season. NU just didn't have enough bigs to really compete specially with their current FSA being inferior to most other FSAs, I don't know if they're replacing Gaye or if he's staying but the possibility of adding a Carl Tamayo, that alone is a game changer for NU
    There were also a lot of games when Jamike would bench Gaye for long. He's probably the worst FSA but at least he's tall and agile. NU will definitely be better next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubidub View Post
    There were also a lot of games when Jamike would bench Gaye for long. He's probably the worst FSA but at least he's tall and agile. NU will definitely be better next year.
    do they have other FSA on standby? my top 3 FSA is kouame, douanga and diakhite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    do they have other FSA on standby? my top 3 FSA is kouame, douanga and diakhite.
    Not sure. But I guess they do. NU has always had a FSA dating back to the Mbe days.

    My top FSA'S are:

    Kouame (Defense wins championships. Plus he can now drain threes. Wtf?)
    Akhuetie (When UP needs a sure bucket, you can coun't on him. Pretty clutch this year.)
    Chabi Yo (The favorite for MVP. Hardworking and versatile on offense.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubidub View Post
    Not sure. But I guess they do. NU has always had a FSA dating back to the Mbe days.

    My top FSA'S are:

    Kouame (Defense wins championships. Plus he can now drain threes. Wtf?)
    Akhuetie (When UP needs a sure bucket, you can coun't on him. Pretty clutch this year.)
    Chabi Yo (The favorite for MVP. Hardworking and versatile on offense.)
    Mine will be kouame, diakhite and Chabiyo. Gaye will be at dead last but, I think, even if they retain him next season, if GM is taking over and Carl Tamayo joins the team, NU will be a contender. So long as Gaye defends decently and rebounds well, they'll be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubidub View Post
    There were also a lot of games when Jamike would bench Gaye for long. He's probably the worst FSA but at least he's tall and agile. NU will definitely be better next year.
    worst fsa for me is douanga, to the point i want sarr back

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    Quote Originally Posted by astigram04 View Post
    Mine will be kouame, diakhite and Chabiyo. Gaye will be at dead last but, I think, even if they retain him next season, if GM is taking over and Carl Tamayo joins the team, NU will be a contender. So long as Gaye defends decently and rebounds well, they'll be fine
    UAAP next year going to be lit. I think most teams will have a decent shot at the championship. Maybe not adamson and UE but they can surprise some teams.

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    UST's Chabi Yo and Mark Nonoy named MVP and Rookie of the Year Respectively

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/uaap-...j7w8M4t0kCJ5zM

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    UST's Chabi Yo and Mark Nonoy named MVP and Rookie of the Year Respectively

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/uaap-...j7w8M4t0kCJ5zM
    and the mythical 5 are
    chabi yo
    baltazar
    malonzo
    suerte
    Kobe

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    Similar to ADMU's last three-peat campaign in 2010 where no Blue Eagle made it to the Mythical 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    do they have other FSA on standby? my top 3 FSA is kouame, douanga and diakhite.
    Kindly elborate how the fuck is Douanga better than Chabi Yo? What the hell are you smoking? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by r1ck View Post
    Kindly elborate how the fuck is Douanga better than Chabi Yo? What the hell are you smoking? LOL
    mind your own business. thats my opinion i dont care what you think. for me douanga is one of my favorte because of his length. its just sad that he is surrounded by ballhog players.
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    Dounga has no range can’t really dribble and isn’t “sure ball”

    He’s long and active though can’t even finish offensive rebounds.
    He’s no where near Diakhetie, Koame, chabi yo

    Also props to Bright playing like the whole season with a stress reaction or plantar on his foot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    Dounga has no range can’t really dribble and isn’t “sure ball”

    He’s long and active though can’t even finish offensive rebounds.
    He’s no where near Diakhetie, Koame, chabi yo

    Also props to Bright playing like the whole season with a stress reaction or plantar on his foot.
    that's tough on him.. i've been dealing with plantar fasciatis for number of months now. if you run, it will hurt a lot..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    Dounga has no range can’t really dribble and isn’t “sure ball”

    He’s long and active though can’t even finish offensive rebounds.
    He’s no where near Diakhetie, Koame, chabi yo

    Also props to Bright playing like the whole season with a stress reaction or plantar on his foot.
    not as offensively minded as those three. if im not mistaken this is his first year? defensively i like him. tall and long. im sure he will improve. sadly the offense of adamson is guard heavy but i like him as no non-sense type of player just play tough defense.
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    Thays why bright gets subbed out during random ass times still doesn’t explain Gozum’s lack of Pt

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    mind your own business. thats my opinion i dont care what you think. for me douanga is one of my favorte because of his length. its just sad that he is surrounded by ballhog players.
    You have a point there. Chabi Yo is just the MVP while Douanga is one of your favorites, therefore, mind his own business LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    not as offensively minded as those three. if im not mistaken this is his first year? defensively i like him. tall and long. im sure he will improve. sadly the offense of adamson is guard heavy but i like him as no non-sense type of player just play tough defense.
    Doesnt really answer the question on how Dounga is better than Chabi Yo and you even left out Bright. I think its either you just forgot about Chabi Yo and Bright and you just dont want to admit it or you are an Adamson fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    UST's Chabi Yo and Mark Nonoy named MVP and Rookie of the Year Respectively

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/uaap-...j7w8M4t0kCJ5zM
    So, Orme is the 3rd best player in the season. He had a really big final game and that must have bloated his stats considerably, but a none bearing game at that. There is really some wisdom, tho often abused, in the PBA not solely basing it on stats.

    Anyway, congrats to Mark Nonoy.

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    LOL at Douanga over Chabi Yo.

    Parang yung Fox Sports Philippines' UAAP Roundtable - when asked "Who is the best coach of the season?", Kriel Ibarrola and Jonas Reyes answered Olsen Racela and Aldin Ayo respectively over Tab Baldwin.

    And that's how you lose all credibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    UST's Chabi Yo and Mark Nonoy named MVP and Rookie of the Year Respectively

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/uaap-...j7w8M4t0kCJ5zM
    Added motivation for Ateneo to swept all the remaining games.. imagine 14-0 and none of their players made the Mythical Five....

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