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    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    I really like this kid Oftana. High floor, high ceiling. Definitely one that should be invited to the NT pool for 2023.
    San Beda’s coach would’ve used him as an SG/SF but they don’t have enough bigs. Him and the other 6’5 kid are wing type players that have to play power forward because of the shortage of bigs.

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    Nelle's passing has been on point again. He doesn't really need to score much to dominate

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    San Beda’s coach would’ve used him as an SG/SF but they don’t have enough bigs. Him and the other 6’5 kid are wing type players that have to play power forward because of the shortage of bigs.
    I am actually ok with wings being used as a 4 as long as they are given freedom to play from beyond the arc on offense. Even in defense, he will get reps guarding the perimeter because common na rin naman sa atin ang stretch bigs. But yeah, ideally he should be playing the wings slot for him to further polish his guard skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    I am actually ok with wings being used as a 4 as long as they are given freedom to play from beyond the arc on offense. Even in defense, he will get reps guarding the perimeter because common na rin naman sa atin ang stretch bigs. But yeah, ideally he should be playing the wings slot for him to further polish his guard skills.
    His coach thankfully lets him shoot from the perimeter and driving to the basket. Surprising handles too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    I really like this kid Oftana. High floor, high ceiling. Definitely one that should be invited to the NT pool for 2023.
    Clint Doliguez is the resident starter at 3. In the last DLeague whenever Doliguez is not on the floor coach Boyet would move Oftana at 3. Oftana is listed at 6'5. Taller than Tankoua who is listed at 6'4.

    Doliguez is on his final year. We"ll probably see Oftana play the SF or 3 fulltime next year.

    SBU has a lot of 6'4 or above hybrid forwards like Bahio, Visser. On Team Behold Resty Fornis and Sean Garcia. And also Rhyan Amsali who just made his debut for the Red Cubs with 29 points
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    Clint Doliguez is the resident starter at 3. In the last DLeague whenever Doliguez is not on the floor coach Boyet would move Oftana at 3. Oftana is listed at 6'5. Taller than Tankoua who is listed at 6'4.

    Doliguez is on his final year. We"ll probably see Oftana play the SF or 3 fulltime next year.

    SBU has a lot of 6'4 or above hybrid forwards like Bahio, Visser. On Team Behold Resty Fornis and Sean Garcia. And also Rhyan Amsali who just made his debut for the Red Cubs with 29 points
    Thanks for the heads up. Amsali though, I think he would obliterate the competition at the juniors. He is undersized internationally but quite tall locally esp as a wing in hs competition. Bullyball with skills.
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    San Beda has no competition this season compared to what they had to face the past two years in the LPU Pirates led by CJ Perez. A real threat to the championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    Thanks for the heads up. Amsali though, I think he would obliterate the competition at the juniors. He is undersized internationally but quite tall locally esp as a wing in hs competition. Bullyball with skills.
    the forever juniors player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    the forever juniors player
    Infairness though he's still elligible for our youth teams unlike some who used up their playing years and still can't finish hs

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Infairness though he's still elligible for our youth teams unlike some who used up their playing years and still can't finish hs
    Isnt this the first time the Philippines qualified for an u19?
    Since we get eliminated during the u18’s? It isnt the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    Isnt this the first time the Philippines qualified for an u19?
    Since we get eliminated during the u18’s? It isnt the same
    2nd time actually.

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    Where is Guilmer Dela Torre pala? and also Maui Cruz? nagtransfer na ba yung dalawa??

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    Defending champion and visiting team San Beda University overcame a slow start to dispose of Emilio Aguinaldo Colllege, 89-72, to kick off the “NCAA On Tour” series of the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the EAC-Manila Sports Center Thursday afternoon. The Red Lions are now all alone at the top of the standings with a perfect 3-0 win-loss card while the Generals slumped to 1-2. READ MORE

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    Colegio de San Juan de Letran needed overtime to subdue a very tough University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta, 82-80, at the resumption of the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the FilOil Flying V Centre Friday. Jeo Ambohot and Edson Batiller provided the marginal points in the extension for the Knights' third win in a row. READ MORE

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    Lyceum of the Philippines University shook off the effects of their painful loss last week and poured their powers on Mapua University to carve out the 79-71 victory at the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the FilOil Flying V Centre Friday afternoon. The Pirates thus moved up to 2-1 while sending the Cardinals reeling to their third straight setback. READ MORE

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    Agem Miranda connected on a corner triple with 1.7 seconds left to lift Jose Rizal University over Arellano University, 80-77, for its first win in the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the FilOil Flying V Centre Friday. The Heavy Bombers finally put an end to their three-game losing streak while keeping the season host Chiefs winless in three games. READ MORE

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    Has Red Cubs Winston Ynot, Anfernee Estacio and Windrich Coyoca transferred school already

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    Has Red Cubs Winston Ynot, Anfernee Estacio and Windrich Coyoca transferred school already
    Last summer, Estacio transferred to FEU HS.
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    Colegio de San Juan de Letran stretched its league-best winning streak to four games by outlasting an extra tough Emilio Aguinaldo College, 91-89, in the featured game of the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tuesday from the FilOil Flying V Centre. The Knights had to battle back from a 10-point halftime hole, 38-48, and up their record to 4-1. READ MORE

    Lorenzo Navarro and Jayson David haunted their former team as they put in key contributions in Lyceum of the Philippines University’s 80-69 romp of San Sebastian College in continuing action from the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association at the FilOil Flying Centre. Navarro and David transferred schools after the 93rd season and combined well with the Pirates' resident stars Jaycee and Jayvee Marcelino for their third win in four games. READ MORE

    The campaign of Jose Rizal University at the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is very much alive after they plastered University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta, 71-66, at the FilOil Flying V Centre Tuesday. This marks the Heavy Bombers’ second straight victory after dropping their initial three assignments. READ MORE

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    Playing in front of a hostile crowd hardly mattered as visiting College of Saint Benilde tamed host Mapua University, 71-67, at the resumption of the “NCAA On Tour” of the 95th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Mapua Gym. The Blazers had to work extra hard in the fourth period to maintain their immaculate 3-0 win-loss record while sending the Cardinals further down the cellar at 0-4. READ MORE

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