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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    I thought he was 6’5
    i am just being generous. hehe
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    Isn't he the one rumored for game fixing?

    Manganti looks more like 6'3, 6'4 tops. Lots of potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Isn't he the one rumored for game fixing?

    Manganti looks more like 6'3, 6'4 tops. Lots of potential.
    I seem him as more 6’5 tbh.

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    Desiderio is 6’1 and looks small next to Manganti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    mangati, kasi, is a tall wing at 6'4 with guard skills.
    point taken, but is he too thin, like maierhoffer thin(durability is his biggest red flag), santi has more pba body, arvin 3 point shot and face up game screams pba ready especially with a team like tnt
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    Desiderio is 6’1 and looks small next to Manganti.
    Desiderio is below 6ft. 6'1 was his padded height back in u18 lol. He is around 5'10 or 5'11. Manganti tho is really tall with long arms which makes look tall.



    JGDL is 6'1/6'2

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    If youre an independent team dont draft Go. He’s gonna be a great role player but independent teams need to roll the dice and draft of the players with star potential. This is a really deep draft .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    If youre an independent team dont draft Go. He’s gonna be a great role player but independent teams need to roll the dice and draft of the players with star potential. This is a really deep draft .
    The way I see it NLEX, Alaska, TnT, ROS, Ginebra are the systems that need a stretch big like Go

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    point taken, but is he too thin, like maierhoffer thin(durability is his biggest red flag), santi has more pba body, arvin 3 point shot and face up game screams pba ready especially with a team like tnt
    but mangati will not play the 5 or even 4 so he will do just fine. he will most likely task to play at the perimeter and become 3 and d player swingman.

    arvin's natural position is 4 so i am not surprise if he has that kind of physique. not surprise also if he will be forced to play the 5 on occassions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Does NLEX and Meralco still have a chance of ending up as #1? How?

    What's the actual trade sequence considering the traded picks?
    Yes, the difference between these three teams is only 0.20 which means that if NLEX or Meralco ends up lower than Columbian even by one notch only, they get the top pick.

    Even Blackwater has a chance, but they need to end up 4 rungs lower than Columbian in the Governors' Cup. But then, they also have to place significantly lower than NLEX and Meralco.

    But looking at the roster of imports, I really don't know if Dyip is serious about being competent next conference. Meralco is bringing back Durham, NLEX has retained Ashaolu, so they'll be very competitive. Dyip brought in another newbie who we hardly know and doesn't really possess glowing credentials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    If youre an independent team dont draft Go. He’s gonna be a great role player but independent teams need to roll the dice and draft of the players with star potential. This is a really deep draft .
    Not just Go; with the exception of Thirdy, all the Ateneo boys applying for a draft are more roleplayers in nature (including Matt Nieto).

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitznutz View Post
    My prediction
    Columbian - Joshua Munzon
    Nlex - Thirdy Ravena
    ROS - Jeremiah Gray
    Blackwater - Kobe Paras
    Alaska - Isaac Go
    Northport - Roosevelt Adams
    ROS - Taylor Statham
    Ginebra - Jason Brickman
    TnT - Troy Rike
    Magnolia - Sean Manganti
    ROS - Alvin Pasaol
    SMB - Justine Baltazar
    Looks like the 2019 Draft will be muddled by the recent MPBL ruling prohibiting playere those under contract in MPBL from being release to join PBA or rookies drafteed to finish their contract first before joining their PBA teams... It will affect those rookie prospects draft stock they can only join PBA around March to April... Current possible draftees that could be hostage by this rule are Pasaol, Maganti, Tolentino Arvin, Mike Williams,

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    Looks like the 2019 Draft will be muddled by the recent MPBL ruling prohibiting playere those under contract in MPBL from being release to join PBA or rookies drafteed to finish their contract first before joining their PBA teams... It will affect those rookie prospects draft stock they can only join PBA around March to April... Current possible draftees that could be hostage by this rule are Pasaol, Maganti, Tolentino Arvin, Mike Williams,
    well, it will hurt mpbl more with their own ruling. kung ganyan ang ruling ng mpbl, players might go pba d-league na lang. lols.
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    I dont think anyone with UAAP Eligibility is declaring early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikatrix View Post
    I dont think anyone with UAAP Eligibility is declaring early.
    Those who graduated this year had their stop over at MPBL.... Wont be surprised if this players will ask for a buyout... Problem with MPBL they make rule changes in season, when it shouod have been made pre season so that teams can plan their roster well... Or it should be prospective, not immediate in effect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitznutz View Post
    My prediction
    Columbian - Joshua Munzon
    Nlex - Thirdy Ravena
    ROS - Jeremiah Gray
    Blackwater - Kobe Paras
    Alaska - Isaac Go
    Northport - Roosevelt Adams
    ROS - Taylor Statham
    Ginebra - Jason Brickman
    TnT - Troy Rike
    Magnolia - Sean Manganti
    ROS - Alvin Pasaol
    SMB - Justine Baltazar
    so paras and baltazar really going for it.
    i'll see gray at 1 or 2 spot , that kind of talent and height should be at the top.

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    I dont think Baltazar is declaring, I dont even think he can as he hasnt played in the D League. Same with Kobe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitznutz View Post
    Desiderio is below 6ft. 6'1 was his padded height back in u18 lol. He is around 5'10 or 5'11. Manganti tho is really tall with long arms which makes look tall.



    JGDL is 6'1/6'2
    hahah desiderio lisyed his height tk be 6 foot so ibn will no discriminate him.and call him a midget
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    well, it will hurt mpbl more with their own ruling. kung ganyan ang ruling ng mpbl, players might go pba d-league na lang. lols.
    Schools will probably sign up for dleague appearances moving forward, just like what many did this year. That way, their players won't have to worry about draft eligibility

    MPBL is gonna be full of titos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikatrix View Post
    I dont think Baltazar is declaring, I dont even think he can as he hasnt played in the D League. Same with Kobe.
    the D League rule is applicable only for fil-foreigners

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