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    Defending champion San Beda Red Lions

    The last season before banning of foreign student athletes

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    Any news about new recruits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    Defending champion San Beda Red Lions

    The last season before banning of foreign student athletes
    oh wow. this changes everything. san beda is really good with their imports. on the downside a lot of teams will be weakend.
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    Letran - Ex Bullpups Jordan Sta. Ana, Ralph Atangan (?).

    Lyceum - Ex Stags Navarro, David.

    Perpetual - Ex Red Lions Ben Adamos, Francis Giussani and Lean Martel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    oh wow. this changes everything. san beda is really good with their imports. on the downside a lot of teams will be weakend.
    Well the really good bigmen usually goes to the UAAP. Expect a lot of teams to play smaller and faster. Also expect the quality of the games to go down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Well the really good bigmen usually goes to the UAAP. Expect a lot of teams to play smaller and faster. Also expect the quality of the games to go down.
    the upside tho is that small ball makes the pace of the game faster. makes it more exciting. plus the drive of these schools to develop big men from the provinces will be more active.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    the upside tho is that small ball makes the pace of the game faster. makes it more exciting. plus the drive of these schools to develop big men from the provinces will be more active.
    Yeah but exciting doesn't always mean good basketball. I hope your right though. I predict a lot of incoming bigmen transferees from the other leagues in the first few seasons of this stupid rule

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    Letran - Ex Bullpups Jordan Sta. Ana, Ralph Atangan (?).

    Lyceum - Ex Stags Navarro, David.

    Perpetual - Ex Red Lions Ben Adamos, Francis Giussani and Lean Martel.
    AU - Gayosa, Arana.

    CSJL - Allen Mina

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    Rhyan Amsali commits to the Red Lions. He has a year to play for the Red Cubs this 2019.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    Rhyan Amsali commits to the Red Lions. He has a year to play for the Red Cubs this 2019.
    He only has 1 playing year? Or he needs to sit out 1 year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Yeah but exciting doesn't always mean good basketball. I hope your right though. I predict a lot of incoming bigmen transferees from the other leagues in the first few seasons of this stupid rule
    Especially some bigs from UAAP schools that demoted to team B!!! they rather go to the NCAA schools, so that they can get a lot of playing time and honed their skills rather than sitting on the bench!!!! It will benefit the PBA and National team also because in PBA draft last couple of years only consist of guards.. only little to none existed big man now produced by our college schools due to imports... Expecting 2024 PBA draft and beyond, PBA draft always have a legit prospects of bigs, many of them coming from NCAA schools because of confidence that they have.. and will benefit National team because more big man prospects, more chances of bigger pool in our Nat'l team...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangangalakal View Post
    He only has 1 playing year? Or he needs to sit out 1 year?
    lol do we need a 19 year old to olay one more year even in senior hs. although makes his full 7 years to college intact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Especially some bigs from UAAP schools that demoted to team B!!! they rather go to the NCAA schools, so that they can get a lot of playing time and honed their skills rather than sitting on the bench!!!! It will benefit the PBA and National team also because in PBA draft last couple of years only consist of guards.. only little to none existed big man now produced by our college schools due to imports... Expecting 2024 PBA draft and beyond, PBA draft always have a legit prospects of bigs, many of them coming from NCAA schools because of confidence that they have.. and will benefit National team because more big man prospects, more chances of bigger pool in our Nat'l team...
    What kind of bigs? A 6'5 undersized 80's-90's slow, post up big that is already obsolete even in asian standards. If that's the case, retain the imports. Your jurassic ncaa coaches failed to develop mobile bigs ala korea because they lack imagination to do so. What they should have done is to train their 6'5-6'8 locals to play side by side with their imports like what nu did to troy and mbe and what ateneo did to ikeh and go and kouame and go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    What kind of bigs? A 6'5 undersized 80's-90's slow, post up big that is already obsolete even in asian standards. If that's the case, retain the imports. Your jurassic ncaa coaches failed to develop mobile bigs ala korea because they lack imagination to do so. What they should have done is to train their 6'5-6'8 locals to play side by side with their imports like what nu did to troy and mbe and what ateneo did to ikeh and go and kouame and go.
    Maybe you not understand my point here.. yes maybe they will train ala old school basics.. but confidence and prospect that they will get is a huge boost.. its better to have like this rather than most of the bigs were benched because imports eating the playing minutes of our locals.. and also theres the pba who can trained them into multiple positions as you mentioned especially if they land to the pba teams that needed bigs.. my point is we need these local big men to honed their skills rather to be bench by most of uaap schools and some ncaa schools prior to the banning of imports..

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Maybe you not understand my point here.. yes maybe they will train ala old school basics.. but confidence and prospect that they will get is a huge boost.. its better to have like this rather than most of the bigs were benched because imports eating the playing minutes of our locals.. and also theres the pba who can trained them into multiple positions as you mentioned especially if they land to the pba teams that needed bigs.. my point is we need these local big men to honed their skills rather to be bench by most of uaap schools and some ncaa schools prior to the banning of imports..
    The later you train the player, the harder it becomes for him to transition to another position. If a 6'4"-6'6" player cannot play multiple positions by the time he reaches the PBA, then maybe he has no business playing basketball in the first place. Stop blaming imports for stunted player development!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerouac82 View Post
    The later you train the player, the harder it becomes for him to transition to another position. If a 6'4"-6'6" player cannot play multiple positions by the time he reaches the PBA, then maybe he has no business playing basketball in the first place. Stop blaming imports for stunted player development!
    Then let's see... but for now, this is their chance!!!! This is their chance to develop themselves and get confidence.. As a said, I would rather to have like this situation rather than being benched for whole lifetime...

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Then let's see... but for now, this is their chance!!!! This is their chance to develop themselves and get confidence.. As a said, I would rather to have like this situation rather than being benched for whole lifetime...
    NCAA should have tried the 1 import first. The 2 import is bad because the 2nd import takes away the backup minutes. And it increases the dependence on the imports rather than distribute some of the load to the local bigs. If the way they call NCAA is to favor the physical and hefty local bigs over the taller and more athletic import then they are regessing. Those bigs will not be ready for international competition.

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    although finishing around the rim isnt a big import thing its a skill thing.. they should have real game experience i see big man do mikan drills but unable to make layups in real game situation because of pressure..thats what you get if you dont have pt.. minute restriction is key so that teams will rely to their carinos in some stretch of games and again constant nt/gilas exposure wala din yan kung di siya lalaban internationally
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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    NCAA should have tried the 1 import first. The 2 import is bad because the 2nd import takes away the backup minutes. And it increases the dependence on the imports rather than distribute some of the load to the local bigs. If the way they call NCAA is to favor the physical and hefty local bigs over the taller and more athletic import then they are regessing. Those bigs will not be ready for international competition.
    It should be that.. Be let's see what will happen, I will not giving prediction on that.. But i'm happy for these local bigs to shine.. the more playing time they get, the more chances of skills will develop.. It's up to the coaches what they will do to the local bigs.. I hope that coaches allowing these bigs to learn multi position skills to be excel even in pros and also in our national team...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    NCAA should have tried the 1 import first. The 2 import is bad because the 2nd import takes away the backup minutes. And it increases the dependence on the imports rather than distribute some of the load to the local bigs. If the way they call NCAA is to favor the physical and hefty local bigs over the taller and more athletic import then they are regessing. Those bigs will not be ready for international competition.
    uaap enforces 1 import per team and look at their respective teams. they have atleast 1 player that can play atleast stretch big. compare mo sa ncaa. look at the ncaa products in pba today. aside from almazan and ian who are the other notable ncaa bigmen?
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