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    What's happening to the alab-mono match? All official livestreams are down and no updates from abl

    edit: found boxscores. Mono up by 20+ at the half

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    new imports pls for alab haha--down 20+ ---What's happening to the 3 imports too--haha kinakain ng buhay

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    they have to be familiar with each other soon.that's what happens when a team is not tested but I think they will improve.Just imagine if this Thai team with Lamb,Morgan and Lish and and Ryan Watkins(naturalized) plus the rest of the mono vampire locals on their sea games roster.those guys have been playing for years already.
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    LOL 111-76

    This might just be the worst Alab team ever formed.

    Fubon vs Mono for the Championship?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    LOL 111-76

    This might just be the worst Alab team ever formed.

    Fubon vs Mono for the Championship?
    Yeah probably. Mono is super stacked man they are essentially an NBA D League level team.

    I thought Alab would have played better, they did defeat gilas in a preseason match so its not like they are bad. Lack of a premier player like Balkman showed. imports did not deliver, time to change them if this continues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    damn. ABL is very exciting.
    Call me a fanboy but I sincerely believe ABL is the 3rd best league in terms of talent in Asia.

    NBL > CBA > ABL then a threeway tie between KBL/Japan league and PBA (Dont watch enough to know which is better but its prob real close between these 3)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    Call me a fanboy but I sincerely believe ABL is the 3rd best league in terms of talent in Asia.

    NBL > CBA > ABL then a threeway tie between KBL/Japan league and PBA (Dont watch enough to know which is better but its prob real close between these 3)
    If you don't watch enough of all said leagues maybe you shouldn't be ranking them.. Nevertheless, ABL is indeed improving. Kudos to the clubs and the league organization & I hope it lasts 10 more years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    Call me a fanboy but I sincerely believe ABL is the 3rd best league in terms of talent in Asia.

    NBL > CBA > ABL then a threeway tie between KBL/Japan league and PBA (Dont watch enough to know which is better but its prob real close between these 3)
    I honestly think with 3 imports the PBA can beat any team in the ABL.With that said, I think we still have to consider the Japanese, Korean,Iranian and Lebanese leagues.
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    Isaiah Austin, Terrence Jones and Orlando Johnson would have been great for Alab but I don't know about their availability and if alab could afford them all.
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    Yeah, if you add 3 world imports for every team in all the Asian leagues the ABL would be top 8. This isn't a ranking but can name 7 leagues of the top off my head that will have better talent (in no particular order) : NBL, KBL, PBA, JBA, LBL, ISBL, CBA,

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    Yeah, if you add 3 world imports for every team in all the Asian leagues the ABL would be top 8. This isn't a ranking but can name 7 leagues of the top off my head that will have better talent (in no particular order) : NBL, KBL, PBA, JBA, LBL, ISBL, CBA,
    Well the point is that most of the leagues have 1 or 2 imports only. So it is what it is since it's a club competition and not national. But then again, even the locals level has significantly improved as they consider half nationalities as locals now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    Well the point is that most of the leagues have 1 or 2 imports only. So it is what it is since it's a club competition and not national. But then again, even the locals level has significantly improved as they consider half nationalities as locals now.
    Yeah I'm glad the ABL is improving but lets not get too ahead of ourselves.

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    parang japan league lang.. but entry of taiwan legends este stars they somehow they make competition at par with japan league tother withamericans with asean heritage
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex07 View Post
    Isaiah Austin, Terrence Jones and Orlando Johnson would have been great for Alab but I don't know about their availability and if alab could afford them all.
    terrrnce jones on smb payroll..haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenoloxy View Post
    Yeah I'm glad the ABL is improving but lets not get too ahead of ourselves.
    Any possibility of an ABL and PBA merger? For PBA it can be a single conference thing. I think it will be really cool if it happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    Any possibility of an ABL and PBA merger? For PBA it can be a single conference thing. I think it will be really cool if it happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex07 View Post
    I honestly think with 3 imports the PBA can beat any team in the ABL.With that said, I think we still have to consider the Japanese, Korean,Iranian and Lebanese leagues.
    When has the PBA ever had 3 imports? besides what will determine who wins games between teams with 3 imports is mainly which team has the better 3 imports , and a quality 4th / 5th man. not which team has the better 6th to 12 th man ..

    Casing point I don't think Mono has a better 6th to 12th man roster than Alab, even w/o it didn't matter with the results
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    Box scores:

    MONO VAMPIRE 111 - Singletary 19, Morgan 16, Lish 13, Lamb 13, Watkins 13, Chanthachon 10, Knowles 8, Ananti 8, Towaroj 5, Boonserm 4, Saengtong 2, Phuangla 0.

    SAN MIGUEL ALAB PILIPINAS 76 - King 21, Vigil 13, Heading 12, Domingo 10, Gray 9, Wyatt 6, Forbes 4, Ganuelas-Rosser 1, Brickman 0, Rangel 0.

    QUARTER SCORES: 31-12; 54-31; 80-52; 111-76.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    Call me a fanboy but I sincerely believe ABL is the 3rd best league in terms of talent in Asia.

    NBL > CBA > ABL then a threeway tie between KBL/Japan league and PBA (Dont watch enough to know which is better but its prob real close between these 3)
    i just hope more people will watch ABL so that many high quality players will join the league specially from the PBA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bballcrazy View Post
    Any possibility of an ABL and PBA merger? For PBA it can be a single conference thing. I think it will be really cool if it happens.
    No way bro becoz ABL wants a 6-month season while PBA people wants to play basketball for 14 months a year
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