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    What I like on yengs regime now is yeah he likes to experiment, but he gives chances to young guys.. Ricci got a more valuable burn in the tuneups than thirdy although he was offcially included in the roster, he also put kai sotto against majok. And now he is open to a remy martin inclusion to the lineup, yung foreign assistance na lang talaga..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    My dream lineup:
    Blatche 6'11 Fajardo 6'10
    Aguilar 6'9 Edu 6'10 Standhardinger 6'7
    Clarkson 6'5 Norwood 6'5 Tiongson 6'5
    Lassiter 6'2 Parks 6'4
    Castro 5'10 Martin 5'11

    Tiongson has height, heft and quickness to defend against opposing SF IMO.
    But with politics at hand, this is almost impossible to materialize

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    my lineup
    first unit
    c fajardo 6'10
    pf blatche 6'11
    sf norwood 6'6
    sg lassiter 6'3 (guards pgs on defense
    pg clarkson 6'5 (big guard and will guard sgs on defense)

    second unit
    c aguilar 6'10
    pf standhardinger 6'8
    sf rosario 6'7
    sg ravena 6'3
    pg castro 5'9

    edu 6'11
    martin 6'0

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    The two amateurs who are skilled and physically ready are Martin and Edu, they are WC ready. And if we have a Clarkson, hopefully as a local, along with Blatche then we have a better chance of reaching even the quarter finals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yogaflame View Post
    The two amateurs who are skilled and physically ready are Martin and Edu, they are WC ready. And if we have a Clarkson, hopefully as a local, along with Blatche then we have a better chance of reaching even the quarter finals.
    Agree.

    Martin over Barroca.
    Edu over Erram.
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    Interesting interview of USA NT Coach in the 2019 WC Qualifiers, Jeff Van Gundy

    He likens the FIBA games to that of the 90s-Style Playoff Basketball Battles.

    We all know that USA Basketball wont hire JVG as its coach (replacing Coach K) next summer in the 2019 FIBA World Cup...but hey maybe a a basketball-mad country in the far east with 100M different opinions regarding its NT, will hire him as its coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    Agree.

    Martin over Barroca.
    Edu over Erram.
    I agree to put two collegiate players on our team as the 13th and 14th man. If they can bring in 14 players and play 12. With that said:

    Edu might not be physically ready to bump and grind with the opposition. He can easily be dislodge from his position on the court. In U18 Australia game, he was box out pretty well.

    College even D1 is way different when playing against seasoned veterans and long time professionals. Their skills, mindset and IQs are definetely way ahead of college players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zairex View Post
    I agree to put two collegiate players on our team as the 13th and 14th man. If they can bring in 14 players and play 12. With that said:

    Edu might not be physically ready to bump and grind with the opposition. He can easily be dislodge from his position on the court. In U18 Australia game, he was box out pretty well.

    College even D1 is way different when playing against seasoned veterans and long time professionals. Their skills, mindset and IQs are definetely way ahead of college players.
    His height and length will be his asset to be included.. Our top PF's are small or too thin, Rosario is too thin and small for that position, he can't match well vs big and hefty PF's even at Asian level, how much at World level .. If Troy can learn a very little bit playing SF, that will help him to have more playing time than playing PF.. I hope Coach Dickel will teach Rosario how to play SF... while Erram and Aguilar always inconsistent.. So putting Edu is the most logical choice now.. maybe his not yet physical body ready, but his basketball IQ and his experience in US NCAA will definitely help us even as a 12th spot... we don't want that what happened last time that we have only limited bigs to counter our oppenents' bigs!!!

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    So the best case scenario is
    C- Blatche, Fajardo
    PF- Aguilar, Standhardinger, Erram
    SF- Norwood, Rosario
    SG- Lassiter, Clarkson, Wright
    PG- Castro, Pringle
    "You don't play against opponents. You play against the game of basketball" Bobby Knight

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedMetal View Post
    So the best case scenario is
    C- Blatche, Fajardo
    PF- Aguilar, Standhardinger, Erram
    SF- Norwood, Rosario
    SG- Lassiter, Clarkson, Wright
    PG- Castro, Pringle
    that will always a "dream" line up for us that will never happen!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    that will always a "dream" line up for us that will never happen!!
    i believe we should add edu into our world cup team. edu will be our version of rui hachimura. although, he is not showcasing yet his offensive repertoire, he is already a defensive mosnter in his freshman year. how much more if he plays in world cup? definitely, he will be unlocked there just like what happened to hachimura when he played his first senior game with japan against australia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedMetal View Post
    So the best case scenario is
    C- Blatche, Fajardo
    PF- Aguilar, Standhardinger, Erram
    SF- Norwood, Rosario
    SG- Lassiter, Clarkson, Wright
    PG- Castro, Pringle
    I'll go for Pogoy over Wright. I've lost confidence on Wright.
    "A king may move a man, a father may claim a son, but that man can also move himself, and only then does that man truly begin his own game. Remember that howsoever you are played or by whom, your soul is in your keeping alone, even though those who presume to play you be kings or men of power, when you stand before God, you cannot say, 'But I was told by others to do thus,' or that virtue was not convenient at the time. This will not suffice." - King Baldwin IV

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedMetal View Post
    So the best case scenario is
    C- Blatche, Fajardo
    PF- Aguilar, Standhardinger, Erram
    SF- Norwood, Rosario
    SG- Lassiter, Clarkson, Wright
    PG- Castro, Pringle

    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    that will always a "dream" line up for us that will never happen!!

    Correct. A more realistic line-up: AJ Edu over Standhardinger, Remy Martin over Pringle

    and Pogoy over Wright
    "A king may move a man, a father may claim a son, but that man can also move himself, and only then does that man truly begin his own game. Remember that howsoever you are played or by whom, your soul is in your keeping alone, even though those who presume to play you be kings or men of power, when you stand before God, you cannot say, 'But I was told by others to do thus,' or that virtue was not convenient at the time. This will not suffice." - King Baldwin IV

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    The forum's consensus is that AJ and Remy are ripe enough for the men's team to the WC. The problem is will they be available? The World Cup schedule may eat into the first few weeks of the first semester of college in the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3ttch View Post
    The forum's consensus is that AJ and Remy are ripe enough for the men's team to the WC. The problem is will they be available? The World Cup schedule may eat into the first few weeks of the first semester of college in the US.
    i'm pretty sure the coach will allow aj and edu to play in the world cup. the level of competition there(world cup) will hasten up their development and their stints will definitely help their respective schools in their ncaa campaign. imagine aj guarding the likes of giannis, simmons, durant and wiggins in world cup while remy will be fit against the likes of patty mills, dante exum, rubio, kyrie and more. their coaches will probably like the idea as it will elevate their confidence since they will be up against competition above ncaa d1.

    case in point, rui hachimura in gonzaga u.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    i'm pretty sure the coach will allow aj and edu to play in the world cup. the level of competition there(world cup) will hasten up their development and their stints will definitely help their respective schools in their ncaa campaign. imagine aj guarding the likes of giannis, simmons, durant and wiggins in world cup while remy will be fit against the likes of patty mills, dante exum, rubio, kyrie and more. their coaches will probably like the idea as it will elevate their confidence since they will be up against competition above ncaa d1.

    case in point, rui hachimura in gonzaga u.
    Makes a good case for us to be grouped with Team USA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k3ttch View Post
    The forum's consensus is that AJ and Remy are ripe enough for the men's team to the WC. The problem is will they be available? The World Cup schedule may eat into the first few weeks of the first semester of college in the US.
    I think they will allowed these two guys.. this is world cup already.. and schools will be proud of that.. and also free training for them so that next us ncaa season they will become more matured and more stronger than today.. maybe after world cup, martin will become best player on their division and an nba prospect after the apperance and edu will become a 30 min per game starter for his team and one of the leaders of their team after the apperance.. classes will wait and they know that.. maybe also zion williamson will also be part of team usa.. you never tell!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedMetal View Post
    So the best case scenario is
    C- Blatche, Fajardo
    PF- Aguilar, Standhardinger, Erram
    SF- Norwood, Rosario
    SG- Lassiter, Clarkson, Wright
    PG- Castro, Pringle
    This is my iteration
    C- Blatche, Fajardo
    PF- Aguilar, EDU,
    SF- Norwood, Rosario
    SG- Lassiter, Clarkson, Parks
    PG- Castro, Martin, Lee or Pogoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonifacio View Post
    this is my iteration
    c- blatche, fajardo
    pf- aguilar, edu,
    sf- norwood, rosario
    sg- lassiter, clarkson, parks
    pg- castro, martin, lee or pogoy
    like!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    i'm pretty sure the coach will allow aj and edu to play in the world cup. the level of competition there(world cup) will hasten up their development and their stints will definitely help their respective schools in their ncaa campaign. imagine aj guarding the likes of giannis, simmons, durant and wiggins in world cup while remy will be fit against the likes of patty mills, dante exum, rubio, kyrie and more. their coaches will probably like the idea as it will elevate their confidence since they will be up against competition above ncaa d1.

    case in point, rui hachimura in gonzaga u.
    Hachimura even played during the 5th window of the World Cup qualifiers. That was Sept. 13 & 17. The 2019 FIBA World Cup would be held from Aug. 31 to Sept. 15.
    "A king may move a man, a father may claim a son, but that man can also move himself, and only then does that man truly begin his own game. Remember that howsoever you are played or by whom, your soul is in your keeping alone, even though those who presume to play you be kings or men of power, when you stand before God, you cannot say, 'But I was told by others to do thus,' or that virtue was not convenient at the time. This will not suffice." - King Baldwin IV

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