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    Talk about the 9th season of ABL.

    Defending champion Alab Pilipinas
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    They should get Paras. Then Brickman and Holt as heritage imports. DHonts should definitely retire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3ttch View Post
    They should get Paras. Then Brickman and Holt as heritage imports. DHonts should definitely retire.
    Holt.. brickman might play sa d league. yeah kobe should play for alab next season.. that will toughen him up and will learn a lot from alapag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3ttch View Post
    They should get Paras. Then Brickman and Holt as heritage imports. DHonts should definitely retire.
    Holt.. brickman might play sa d league. yeah kobe should play for alab next season.. that will toughen him up and will learn a lot from alapag.

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    PG1: Holt (Heritage)
    SG1: R. Rivero (Local)
    SF1: Parks
    PF1: [Import]
    C1: [Import]

    PG2: Raymundo
    SG2: Paras
    SF2: P. Rivero
    PF2: Maierhofer
    C2: Domingo (Heritage)

    Reserves: Javelona, maybe another PG or big
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    assuming parks, brickman, domingo, are pba bound:

    holdovers:
    alabanza
    javelona
    raymundo
    urbiztondo
    celiz
    sumalinog

    new:
    rivero r
    rivero p
    rike-heritage
    munzon-heritage


    import sg/sf/pf
    import pf/c

    who else are under virtual playground available?

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    older gilas cadets + old gilas

    dondon
    baracael
    ababou
    asi
    rdo
    garyD
    rivero r
    rivero p
    alejandro
    rike
    paras
    holdovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by trig View Post
    older gilas cadets + old gilas

    dondon
    baracael
    ababou
    asi
    rdo
    garyD
    rivero r
    rivero p
    alejandro
    rike
    paras
    holdovers
    Nice mix of veterans and young players. Not all of them are VP clients tho
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    Want to see Rike, DJ Fenner, Joe McDonald and other former US NCAA Div.I fil-foreigners to play in the ABL next season!


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    Actually morgan, tyler lamb and goldstein can be considered locals now for having played in thailand league for three years now..so if hitech joins abl so bye bye eastern for lambo
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    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    If SMC continues funding the team, I wonder if they will use to opportunity to "make hinog" any players in their stable, rather than trading them to other teams.

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    Caelan Tiongson for alab pilipinas

    https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/c...el-alab/120462

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    Nice find SK. ABL and ALAB looking to be another fun and exciting season with or w/o BRP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    Welcome to smc este alab
    He can be neasured below 6'4 just in case lol
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Stephen Holt and Aaron Craft.

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    Another team added to this year's ABL season, Zhuhai Wolf Warriors. Kung Fu moved its team to Macau. Teams should be excited travelling to Macau, due to the "pleasure" it can offer :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamokamo View Post
    Another team added to this year's ABL season, Zhuhai Wolf Warriors. Kung Fu moved its team to Macau. Teams should be excited travelling to Macau, due to the "pleasure" it can offer :-)
    They will be known as the Macau Black Bears

    http://aseansports.com/index.php/201...u-black-bears/

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamokamo View Post
    Another team added to this year's ABL season, Zhuhai Wolf Warriors. Kung Fu moved its team to Macau. Teams should be excited travelling to Macau, due to the "pleasure" it can offer :-)
    is there a basketball market for macau though?
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    i think its caelen tiongson and brandon rosser as heritage import.

    law-d is considered local?

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