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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    I think the UAAP mens basketball should do a bubble setup during summer month break (when no one has classes

    If the PBA Clark bubble is successful they can have it there
    How would they train before hand? Or they’d be in the bubble for months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1ck View Post
    There is a rumor that the UAAP is looking into the possibility of leasing out the Philippine Arena Complex (Ciudad de Victoria) in Bulacan. I think it is an ideal venue and can house multpile teams and personnel for not only basketball but also volleyball, football and swimming as well.
    kinda difficult to conduct a bubble when most of your participants are students who are below 21. Plus, I doubt the UAAP will be able to cough up more than Php 65 million (the PBA's bubble price tag). And the Philippine Arena is still being used as a quarantine facility right?

    https://mb.com.ph/2020/08/25/so-youv...should-you-do/

    So you’ve been in a meeting with a COVID-positive person; what should you do
    Published August 25, 2020, 7:17 AM

    MEGA LIGTAS Centers are the “larger scale versions of the LIGTAS COVID Center, managed by the national government.” There are 14 MEGA facilities nationwide: In Metro Manila: Philippine International Convention Center, World Trade Center, Las Pinas Rehabilitation Center, Quezon Institute, Ultra Stadium, Rizal Memorial Coliseum, Ninoy Aquino Stadium, and Ynares Sports Complex; In Central Luzon: ASEAN Convention Center, New Clark City National Government Administrative Center, Philippine Arena, Filinvest, and Mega Treatment and Rehabilitation Center; In Calabarzon: the Alonte Sports Arena.
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    It's official, Bismarck Lina to UP

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmbopbaduwap View Post
    Well goodluck with his playing time then. Can he play alongside Tamayo or Diouf?

    OT: how do these UAAP players earn via endorsements? May mga freebies and all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money View Post
    Well goodluck with his playing time then. Can he play alongside Tamayo or Diouf?

    OT: how do these UAAP players earn via endorsements? May mga freebies and all?
    Add Kirkness to UP's frontcout rotation, looks like he will end up as the second coming of Will Gozum (will rot away in the bench).
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    of the 8 who left UST, imho only 1 or 2 will get valuable playing time. Most of them are just practice players. Even Cansino (although he was really removed) will just be good off the bench. He has not even matured yet in his position which is certainly small as a forward, most of these 8 will be lost in the rotation. IMHO, just make sure to take advantage of the education offered by these schools. I don't think that even their new communities will warm up to them. Asian cultures value loyalty. They can be viewed as men who abandoned the ship. Can't be relied on when the chips are down. they are not the underdogs now. For UST, continue the scouting efforts of Coach Ayo and from now on be careful and aware of repercussions of their actions

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    kinda difficult to conduct a bubble when most of your participants are students who are below 21. Plus, I doubt the UAAP will be able to cough up more than Php 65 million (the PBA's bubble price tag). And the Philippine Arena is still being used as a quarantine facility right?

    https://mb.com.ph/2020/08/25/so-youv...should-you-do/

    So you’ve been in a meeting with a COVID-positive person; what should you do
    Published August 25, 2020, 7:17 AM

    MEGA LIGTAS Centers are the “larger scale versions of the LIGTAS COVID Center, managed by the national government.” There are 14 MEGA facilities nationwide: In Metro Manila: Philippine International Convention Center, World Trade Center, Las Pinas Rehabilitation Center, Quezon Institute, Ultra Stadium, Rizal Memorial Coliseum, Ninoy Aquino Stadium, and Ynares Sports Complex; In Central Luzon: ASEAN Convention Center, New Clark City National Government Administrative Center, Philippine Arena, Filinvest, and Mega Treatment and Rehabilitation Center; In Calabarzon: the Alonte Sports Arena.
    The UAAP is targeting to possibly conduct a season early next year so who knows maybe Victoria De Ciudad would be available by then but that is just one of the possiblities they are looking into and nothing is finalized yet.
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    Cansino is really good though.

    An athletic wing who can handle and rebound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1ck View Post
    Add Kirkness to UP's frontcout rotation, looks like he will end up as the second coming of Will Gozum (will rot away in the bench).
    Reinvent himself. If he could be a bulkier Noah Webb, maybe he could earn some minutes. Asking him to play the wing is ideal, but I doubt he could reach a ‘serviceable’ tag in a short span of time. Maybe in 2-3 years time, if his coordination allows it, and of course he focuses on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r1ck View Post
    The UAAP is targeting to possibly conduct a season early next year so who knows maybe Victoria De Ciudad would be available by then but that is just one of the possiblities they are looking into and nothing is finalized yet.
    It will be harder for UAAP to host multiple games at the bubble... I think much better that they should scrap first sports/games that not so much big revenue for the league just like what NCAA did (Only will held Basketball, volleyball, swimming and athletics this coming season).. And also cost of the events.. PBA alone cost 65 million in a bubble (Just basketball only).. UAAP is a multi sports league.. Baka billion magastos nila dyan.. I say scrap first some sports discipline and remain only major/popular sports..

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    Noah Webb is really really athletic.
    Lina is slow.

    The best local Centers were Baltazar, Ebona and Go.
    Between Fermin, Lina and Gozum. They would need to be really good shooters to reach that level.
    Fermin has the best chance he has a nice touch but is slow and not that tall. He can rebound though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    Noah Webb is really really athletic.
    Lina is slow.

    The best local Centers were Baltazar, Ebona and Go.
    Between Fermin, Lina and Gozum. They would need to be really good shooters to reach that level.
    Fermin has the best chance he has a nice touch but is slow and not that tall. He can rebound though.
    Of course, but I was referring to Noah being scrappy and doing the dirty works. Lina as is won’t cut it. He needs to trim down a bit and try not to end up another undersized center (kids getting taller and teams tapping more overseas talents) like Gozum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    It will be harder for UAAP to host multiple games at the bubble... I think much better that they should scrap first sports/games that not so much big revenue for the league just like what NCAA did (Only will held Basketball, volleyball, swimming and athletics this coming season).. And also cost of the events.. PBA alone cost 65 million in a bubble (Just basketball only).. UAAP is a multi sports league.. Baka billion magastos nila dyan.. I say scrap first some sports discipline and remain only major/popular sports..
    or just forget season 83 all together, kinda difficult to put all these kids in a single area (again 21 yrs and and below are legally ot allowed to be outside), and even if the money making sports are retained (volleyball, basketball, football), the UAAP is bound to spend a minimum of Php 65 million, during the time when there is a recession and much of these universities and their boosters are feeling the financial effects of the pandemic (unless of course, all gambling related income will be taken into consideration)
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    or just forget season 83 all together, kinda difficult to put all these kids in a single area (again 21 yrs and and below are legally ot allowed to be outside), and even if the money making sports are retained (volleyball, basketball, football), the UAAP is bound to spend a minimum of Php 65 million, during the time when there is a recession and much of these universities and their boosters are feeling the financial effects of the pandemic (unless of course, all gambling related income will be taken into consideration)
    First thing is to watch how US NCAA will do how they can plan their season in this pandemic.. I heard that US NCAA will still resume inside the bubble..so atleast UAAP and NCAA have an idea how can they resume their season.. Sports like Badminton, Tennis, Athletics can be held.. because these sports are not contact/physical sports then also can conduct social distancing.. maybe a 1 day sportsfest in these sports can be materialized.. I doubt on swimming because they are all using 1 huge pool inside, although they can conduct social distancing eh they are in the same waterpool that can be use is still sort of coping up virus in the water.. cancellation is not the option first.. they need to be creative first how they can resume with having good health protocols in the games..

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    It's actually easier for them to do a season. Their home base will be their dorm. With everyone not in school, they will be the only one there.

    Dorm- training-araneta. 2 games per day- Saturday and Sunday, 3 games on Wednesday.

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    tab to develop lazaro as taller mamuyac

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/uaap-...a2437-20200922

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    Former PSC chair asking the obvious question: Who funded the UST bubble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    tab to develop lazaro as taller mamuyac

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/uaap-...a2437-20200922
    This is an exciting development. I realize he can probably guard most 3's but wondering if he has the lateral quickness to guard 2's and even 1's? Imagine a 6'5" lockdown wing defender in the mold of Gabe. That would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzr_390 View Post
    This is an exciting development. I realize he can probably guard most 3's but wondering if he has the lateral quickness to guard 2's and even 1's? Imagine a 6'5" lockdown wing defender in the mold of Gabe. That would be great.
    During the u17s against France, he was the one who had the task of guarding Killian Hayes and did a decent job considering, he also had to guard Jalen Green in the nbtc, he’s capable

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