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    Default Philippines at 2019 Fiba World Cup

    We have a deep pool here imo..if Fiba will allow our fil foreigners to play without restrictions we might see guys as young as qmb playing for spots. The core team have gone deeper with the inclusion of lassiter(our top sg) and barroca as potential top backup pg.
    At least now no more 2013 where we need to reward all the 12 guys who played (cough gary david)

    Dream 12

    Castro - Andy Merk
    Lassiter-Parks-tossup between(Dalistan pogoy romeo)
    Clarkson-Norwood
    Cs-Japeth-Edu
    Blatchy-Fajardo
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    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    We can't afford to have another out-of-shape Blatche. We need the Blatche who played tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    We can't afford to have another out-of-shape Blatche. We need the Blatche who played tonight.
    that snub is a reality check for him..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    that snub is a reality check for him..
    And the reluctance of a pro team to sign him up until tianjin save the day. Thats why having nlex or tnt to sign him is vital so that his income will be secured at least for the year and he will be motivated to stay in shape.
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    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Hopefully they push through with his Commissioner’s Cup stint:

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/fiba/...feed_2_section

    And with BRP Jr playing for Blackwater by then Parks can play 3 or 2 and fill in at 1 if needed. Gabe needs a backup.

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    1. Clarkson
    2. Blatche
    3. Martin
    4. Edu
    5. Castro
    6. JMF
    7. Lassiter
    8. Aguilar
    9. Norwood
    10. K. Ravena
    11. Pogoy
    12. Lee
    13. Wright
    14. Parks
    15. Almazan
    16. Erram
    17. Parks
    18. Cabagnot
    19. Barroca
    20. Thompson

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    How about Kai and Remy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    I think cabaggie, ross,kiefer and other guys are focused on defending the sea games crowd against the souped up sea competition..
    As the hosts we can decide to use Olympic Charter rules for eligibility so we can field all our FIBA ineligibles. But be aware that means that Thailand can also field Lish, Morgan and Lamb together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3ttch View Post
    As the hosts we can decide to use Olympic Charter rules for eligibility so we can field all our FIBA ineligibles. But be aware that means that Thailand can also field Lish, Morgan and Lamb together.
    Thailand could definitely give our cadets some trouble and keep things close until the last few minutes of the game. But it would be the perfect tournament for some of our college guys + PBA reinforcements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    that snub is a reality check for him..
    Umm that also served as a reality check for us. As good as our current bigs are they don't have the same impact as Blatche.. sure CS and co might get their numbers but they just don't have the same gravity to pull the defense outside or initiate the offense. Malayo talaga. Blatche is a different beast. Hopefully Kai and co can reach that level so we can address our other weaknesses

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    I thinks it’s about time to include Kai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCM View Post
    I thinks it’s about time to include Kai.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LCM View Post
    I thinks it’s about time to include Kai.

    Without even waiting to see if he can matchup with the Under 19 big men? The team is loaded with big men already,its the SF and SG position that Gilas badly need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCM View Post
    I thinks it’s about time to include Kai.
    Better include kai in the Asiad, not now.. I suggest, let’s retain the core with the same coaching staff to build much solid chemistry, much better if these guys will play under one team (Team Pilipinas) in the PBA to fully establish that chemistry that we’ve been looking for..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCM View Post
    I thinks it’s about time to include Kai.
    Quote Originally Posted by ARMIR View Post
    Without even waiting to see if he can matchup with the Under 19 big men? The team is loaded with big men already,its the SF and SG position that Gilas badly need.
    Quote Originally Posted by dj87 View Post
    Better include kai in the Asiad, not now.. I suggest, let’s retain the core with the same coaching staff to build much solid chemistry, much better if these guys will play under one team (Team Pilipinas) in the PBA to fully establish that chemistry that we’ve been looking for..
    it would be a good viable experience for kai even as a trainee of gilas pool..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    it would be a good viable experience for kai even as a trainee of gilas pool..
    true. training with gilas pool is actually a good experience already. hope kai and edu will be included in the sea games roster tho.
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    Agree on training pool for Kai but pass as a final roster member. He'd be eaten alive there.. never a good thing for young prospects.

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    Kai and Edu for the SEA Games.

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    Stat leaders in the qualifiers:

    Efficiency: Standhardinger(23.5)
    PPG: Standhardinger(23.5)
    RPG: Blatche(12.4)
    APG: Romeo(5.5)

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    If PHL is going to have a coaching change, then it has to be NOW. its just 6 Months until the World Cup. Its probably safe to say, that come April and it's still CYG. Then that's it. too late to change na.

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