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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    I think the composition of this Mighty Sports team is the right balance between winnability & exposure to players. You got 2 good quality imports in Brownlee & Morris, a washed-up 3rd import who is a former NBA star, 2 Fil-ams who did quite well in the tournament, a veteran pass-first point guard in Jason Brickman & a promising young combo guard who had some moments of brilliance in the tournament.

    3rd place finish isn't bad.
    impressive actually considering they had only five days of practice before the tournament.
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    Not too well versed in x's and o's but how is charles tiu as a coach.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Yabuki View Post
    Tbh ive never really seen keifer as a generational talent ala Castro.. hes more like a handy option ala Tenorio. Regardless he really shouldnt have been banned in the PBA nor was the suspensionthat long in FIBA im fairly certain most of thesw athletes specially in the NBA are loaded with supplements or steroids if you will.
    I saw kiefer as a breath of fresh air. Out of the gazillion pg's in ph, only a select few are willing passers, and even less if you only count elite passers. Someone who knows what to do, where to go in order to get a specific teammate going. Someone that controls the pace of the game.

    I wonder how good Charles tiu is. As talented as this mighty team is, they ran real set plays. They didn't just go there and overwhelm the opponent with talent. It was only in Al riyadi where they were a step slow and on rotation because of the mismatch created by the PG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trig View Post
    I saw kiefer as a breath of fresh air. Out of the gazillion pg's in ph, only a select few are willing passers, and even less if you only count elite passers. Someone who knows what to do, where to go in order to get a specific teammate going. Someone that controls the pace of the game.

    I wonder how good Charles tiu is. As talented as this mighty team is, they ran real set plays. They didn't just go there and overwhelm the opponent with talent. It was only in Al riyadi where they were a step slow and on rotation because of the mismatch created by the PG.
    how about charles tiu as u16/u17/u18/u19 coach?
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    how about charles tiu as u16/u17/u18/u19 coach?
    Just my two cents, I'd prefer that he start off as a member of Tab's staff before being appointed head of an age group team. That way, he'll be part of both the Toroman and Tab coaching trees and he won't be thrown into the fire while the sbp's revamped youth program is not yet in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    impressive actually considering they had only five days of practice before the tournament.
    hmmm, should this be our template for international success? 5 days of practice. ha ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by shootingbwakaw View Post
    hmmm, should this be our template for international success? 5 days of practice. ha ha
    If only we had the talent to be able to do something like this... or change the current PBA format and give the national team a reasonable time to focus and prepare for their games.

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