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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    WTH happened to Akhuetie? Anyone got inside info?
    He's always been a headcase. He was quite a hot head back in Perps

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    He's always been a headcase. He was quite a hot head back in Perps
    It's his performance that has taken a signifant dip. He used to be a monster for Perps... Now he is worse than Orizu.

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    Up diliman is not a particularly good home for africans and african-americans. The reasons cannot be stated in a public forum. Up will be better for american, euro or anglo country imports like the ones la salle or ateneo fishes around for. Unfortunately, african ballers are actually improving faster than latin american and euro ballers. They just cant migrate away the numerous top talents sprouting up fast. If all these african talents can freely migrate to the usa, african americans will also lose potential jobs in the nba.

    The best way to understand the problem is to note the cultural difficulty for chinese nts to have african players, or be subjugated by asian-african players of other nts.
    Or read the revealing "impeng negro" story by a good local author.

    This ethnicity issue actually happened in football, where some supposedly"white" countries like france almost have all-black players and even olympic contenders .
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    It's his performance that has taken a signifant dip. He used to be a monster for Perps... Now he is worse than Orizu.
    Hes a veteran hes been here like 10 years now. He could be saving it for the season

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    Has feu given up? they dont play well. ateneo happened to just need a vacation from tab. only ue is not interested in forming a strong team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    It's his performance that has taken a signifant dip. He used to be a monster for Perps... Now he is worse than Orizu.
    He looks bloated. Maybe he's not in game shape yet.

    Is this his last playing year?

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    University of the Philippines and Colegio de San Juan de Letran racked up impressive wins at the resumption of the 13th FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Arena. UP needed an overtime to take care of De La Salle University, 82-85, while Letran remained undefeated in three games by putting away National University, 76-69. READ MORE

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    He looks bloated. Maybe he's not in game shape yet.

    Is this his last playing year?
    its his..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccharmed View Post
    Has feu given up? they dont play well. ateneo happened to just need a vacation from tab. only ue is not interested in forming a strong team.
    What made you say that? UE has been getting one and done players after all so that they have immediate impact. They also have several FIL ams redshirting

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    Ricci is so good in iso

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    He looks bloated. Maybe he's not in game shape yet.

    Is this his last playing year?
    Too much Maginhawa Street for him I guess haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccharmed View Post
    Has feu given up? they dont play well. ateneo happened to just need a vacation from tab. only ue is not interested in forming a strong team.
    FEU don’t have a good recruit or a bluechip outside feu-fern in recent years only they have is their team B trained them in 2 years then moved them to team A thats their style..

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    National d. Far Eastern, 82-77 (Seniors)
    Adamson d. Saint Benilde, 82-75 (Seniors)
    De La Salle d. Mapua, 68-61 (Seniors)

    De La Salle University returned to its winning ways by trouncing a very tough Mapua University, 68-61, in continuing action from the 13th FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup at the FilOil Flying V Centre Tuesday. It was a fitting recovery for the Green Archers after they bowed in overtime to the University of the Philippines last Sunday, 85-92. READ MORE

    La Salle Green Hills d. San Beda-Rizal, 70-24 (Under-11)
    Xavier d. San Benildo, 60-35 (Under-11)
    Perpetual Help d. Far Eastern, 81-60 (Juniors)
    Lyceum-Cavite d. Ateneo de Manila, 89-74 (Juniors)

    University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta kept its perfect record at the 13th FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup Juniors Division by defeating last year’s runner-up Far Eastern University, 81-60, at the resumption of hostilities Tuesday at the FilOil Flying V Centre. The Junior Altas now hold the solo leadership of Group B at 3-0. READ MORE

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    How many bigs does DLSU have?
    Balti
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    Cu who plays like salem and a guard can check him

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    De La Salle d. Centro Escolar, 71-67 (Seniors)
    San Sebastian d. UP-Diliman, 73-64 (Seniors)

    For the second game in a row, Encho Serrano bailed out De La Salle University for the 71-67 triumph over Centro Escolar University at the 13th FilOil Flying Preseason Premier Cup at the FilOil Flying V Centre Friday. Scoreless in the first half, Serrano exploded when it mattered most for the Green Archers’ third win in four games while CEU absorbed their first loss after opening with two wins. READ MORE

    Claret d. San Sebastian, 54-22 (Under-11)
    Nazareth-NU d. La Salle Green Hills, 86-82 (Juniors)
    Saint Benilde d. Jose Rizal, 79-56 (Seniors)
    Lyceum d. Letran, 101-95 (Seniors)

    Lyceum of the Philippines University claimed the solo leadership of Group B of the 13th FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup by pinning down erstwhile fellow undefeated side Colegio de San Juan de Letran, 101-95, at the FilOil Flying V Centre Friday. The Pirates clamped down on defense and held the Knights without a field goal in the final 2:40 to rally and seal their third win in as many games. READ MORE

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    Colegio de San Juan de Letran recaptured the solo leadership of Group B of the 13th FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup by sneaking past Emilio Aguinaldo College, 79-77, at the FilOil Flying V Centre Monday. This happened as Far Eastern University and University of Santo Tomas ended their winless campaigns with resounding victories. READ MORE

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    The UAAP All-Stars stepped it up in the fourth period to edge out the NCAA All-Stars, 86-83, at the 13th FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup All-Star Game Friday at the FilOil Flying V Centre. Andrei Caracut of De La Salle University was chosen as Most Valuable Player but it was Mark Nonoy of University of Santo Tomas who provided the finishing kick. READ MORE

    San Benildo d. La Salle Green Hills, 59-42 (Under-11)
    Xavier d. Marist, 60-37 (Under-11)
    Far Eastern d. Jose Rizal, 89-73 (Juniors)
    San Beda d. Centro Escolar, 80-58 (Seniors)

    San Beda University resumed its 13th FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup campaign by whipping neighbor Centro Escolar University, 80-58, at the FilOil Flying V Centre Friday. The Red Lions recently arrived from their annual training camp in the United States and last played in the tournament May 10. READ MORE

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