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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    If he develops into a good level pass 1st point guard (like Rubio) at that height, that is still a very rare player for the Philippines. we simply do not produce that kind in the Philppines (at least very rare)
    William Navarro, Ganuelas Rosser, and Parks would be the closest to a Rubio esque PG in the Philippines.

    Navarro has the defense, passing ability and vision but the handles are a question. But he is young.

    Ganuelas Rosser lacks the scoring ability and shooting but he has the defense and ball handling ability. Just like Twolves Rubio.

    Parks would be closest as he is the most well rounded.

    For future prospects that are already in the PI, Ildefonso should have been molded into a PG along w/ Credo. Both have good size and guard like ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon9000 View Post
    William Navarro, Ganuelas Rosser, and Parks would be the closest to a Rubio esque PG in the Philippines.

    Navarro has the defense, passing ability and vision but the handles are a question. But he is young.

    Ganuelas Rosser lacks the scoring ability and shooting but he has the defense and ball handling ability. Just like Twolves Rubio.

    Parks would be closest as he is the most well rounded.

    For future prospects that are already in the PI, Ildefonso should have been molded into a PG along w/ Credo. Both have good size and guard like ability.
    Speaking of Credo, did he see floor time already? Haven't watched Ateneo games in full, just curious how he's doing.
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    As mentioned..

    Teams prepared for Gilas ! (not like 2014)

    Despite what many fans believe, Coach Yeng Guiao thought that Italy may overlook Gilas as they prepared for Serbia.

    This was not the case. All the teams in Group D prepared for the Philippines' unique brand of basketball and made sure they would not be shocked like Croatia or Argentina were in 2014.

    Norwood witnesses this first-hand when he saw Team Serbia pouring over scouting reports on each member of Gilas in a communal snack area their hotel in Foshan.

    "You see them going through scouting reports like we're Team USA," Norwood said. "... It's kind of shocking to go down there and see how we played the game before [Italy], and see them looking at their scouting reports at our strengths and weaknesses."

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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    As mentioned..

    Teams prepared for Gilas ! (not like 2014)

    Despite what many fans believe, Coach Yeng Guiao thought that Italy may overlook Gilas as they prepared for Serbia.

    This was not the case. All the teams in Group D prepared for the Philippines' unique brand of basketball and made sure they would not be shocked like Croatia or Argentina were in 2014.

    Norwood witnesses this first-hand when he saw Team Serbia pouring over scouting reports on each member of Gilas in a communal snack area their hotel in Foshan.

    "You see them going through scouting reports like we're Team USA," Norwood said. "... It's kind of shocking to go down there and see how we played the game before [Italy], and see them looking at their scouting reports at our strengths and weaknesses."
    I knew it, I noticed they would take guard each player differently and it wasn’t just man to man or zone

    I suspect Italy also scouted as well before the tournament

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    The latest edition of the ranking serves as the basis to determine the last eight teams to secure places in next year's FIBA Olympic Qualification Tournaments. In addition to the 16 teams that earned berths via the FIBA Basketball World Cup, the two top-ranked countries from each region in the ranking join the 24-team Olympic Qualification Tournament field.

    Those teams are: Angola and Senegal (Africa), Mexico and Uruguay (Americas), China and Korea (Asia-Oceania), an

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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
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    The latest edition of the ranking serves as the basis to determine the last eight teams to secure places in next year's FIBA Olympic Qualification Tournaments. In addition to the 16 teams that earned berths via the FIBA Basketball World Cup, the two top-ranked countries from each region in the ranking join the 24-team Olympic Qualification Tournament field.

    Those teams are: Angola and Senegal (Africa), Mexico and Uruguay (Americas), China and Korea (Asia-Oceania), an
    The latest Fiba Ranking more than reflects our present form among Asia Pacific.. Contrary to how some of the forumere view has high Gilas is ranked among As PaC teams(some even ranked Gilas ahead of China, NZ and over Iran with Blatche daw in tow). But post Philippine Arena brawl and under Yeng, Gilas really sucks.. Without the brawl and with different Coach( maybe Chot who is more experiences Fiba wise), we could jave won against Angola and maybe Tunisia and Iran and bookwd an OQT slot..

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    The PBA ref supervisor is a good Fiba ref. He can be a good resource for Fiba officiating if the PBA makes use of him.

    https://www.spin.ph/life/people/bong...cle_featured_3

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    The PBA ref supervisor is a good Fiba ref. He can be a good resource for Fiba officiating if the PBA makes use of him.

    https://www.spin.ph/life/people/bong...cle_featured_3
    Why not change the PBA game rules to that pf FIBA so that our players will be familiar with how Fiba isa called. Jist maintain the 12 minute quarters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    Why not change the PBA game rules to that pf FIBA so that our players will be familiar with how Fiba isa called. Jist maintain the 12 minute quarters...
    Because PBA rules are more entertaining?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    The latest Fiba Ranking more than reflects our present form among Asia Pacific.. Contrary to how some of the forumere view has high Gilas is ranked among As PaC teams(some even ranked Gilas ahead of China, NZ and over Iran with Blatche daw in tow). But post Philippine Arena brawl and under Yeng, Gilas really sucks.. Without the brawl and with different Coach( maybe Chot who is more experiences Fiba wise), we could jave won against Angola and maybe Tunisia and Iran and bookwd an OQT slot..
    Gilas performance after yeng assumed the coaching post is great but it doesn't mean he is more good than chot, he performed well because his coaching style is yet not known unlike to chot is already well scouted, the problem on chot, he has nothing to offer new, so in my opinion, even the brawn did not occurred, chot should also replace

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Because PBA rules are more entertaining?
    Which part, the over physical play bordering to assault and called foup in Fiba?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    The PBA ref supervisor is a good Fiba ref. He can be a good resource for Fiba officiating if the PBA makes use of him.

    https://www.spin.ph/life/people/bong...cle_featured_3
    Let me wear my netgatron hat..

    With his experience and knowledge he will be ignored..
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    Quote Originally Posted by sajubeads View Post
    Which part, the over physical play bordering to assault and called foup in Fiba?
    Yep. And the "mind games". Pinoys love drama.

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