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    Im surprised NLEX was able to keep the game close.

    Career games from Soyud and McAloney.

    Terrible last play though, why is Keifer not shooting that 3?

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    Abueva with a 21 pts, 13 rbs and 7 asts performance, a full force Phoenix is one scary team, especially with Abueva not showing any signs of rust
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    Abueva with a 21 pts, 13 rbs and 7 asts performance, a full force Phoenix is one scary team, especially with Abueva not showing any signs of rust
    abueva really is a game changer..

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    Ito pala yun. Well, kahit siguro madeclare na ineligible si Juan. Might be a blessing in disguise, might force their hands to look elsewhere. Juan could definitely use some international experience and exposure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    Abueva with a 21 pts, 13 rbs and 7 asts performance, a full force Phoenix is one scary team, especially with Abueva not showing any signs of rust
    Well they finished 2nd in last seasons philippine cup elims with Abueva. So they are indeed scary. The big 4 of Phoenix (Perk. Chua. Wright and Abueva) scored a combined 88 points. Wala pa yung bench mob like RR. Rios and Jay R Reyes

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    Manila Classico numbers for the Beast's return, hope the league can sustain these strong numbers

    PBA livestream hits season-high, thanks to fiery Abueva comeback
    https://www.spin.ph/life/guide/pba-l...j030fnx7PBD5qU
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    Manila Classico numbers for the Beast's return, hope the league can sustain these strong numbers

    PBA livestream hits season-high, thanks to fiery Abueva comeback
    https://www.spin.ph/life/guide/pba-l...j030fnx7PBD5qU
    So the one that matches the popularity of Ginebra is Abueva?

    Wow. His popularity is almost comparable to Jawo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    So the one that matches the popularity of Ginebra is Abueva?

    Wow. His popularity is almost comparable to Jawo.
    yun nga eh for so long the PBA has been looking for a new face especially with Yap and Caguioa (who both carried the league in the 2000s)are about to retire, Abueva, though polarizing, is the perfect epitome for Filipino basketball (undersized, pesky, tough, maangas), buwis buhay) and could be a cash cow

    -or maybe this is just the effect of his prolonged suspension, but nevertheless, the league will benefit from Abueva's sudden popularity
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    yun nga eh for so long the PBA has been looking for a new face especially with Yap and Caguioa (who both carried the league in the 2000s)are about to retire, Abueva, though polarizing, is the perfect epitome for Filipino basketball (undersized, pesky, tough, maangas), buwis buhay) and could be a cash cow

    -or maybe this is just the effect of his prolonged suspension, but nevertheless, the league will benefit from Abueva's sudden popularity
    Well, Abueva represents the NSD mantra better than the whole Ginebra squad.

    Abueva is already a popular player even before the suspension. I think he will be even more popular in his return.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    Manila Classico numbers for the Beast's return, hope the league can sustain these strong numbers

    PBA livestream hits season-high, thanks to fiery Abueva comeback
    https://www.spin.ph/life/guide/pba-l...j030fnx7PBD5qU
    Well it is his first game back in over a year, people will be curious how he looks, does he have the same antics etc. But it was indeed impressive. Especially they played on a Monday and against an unpopular team in nlex

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    yun nga eh for so long the PBA has been looking for a new face especially with Yap and Caguioa (who both carried the league in the 2000s)are about to retire, Abueva, though polarizing, is the perfect epitome for Filipino basketball (undersized, pesky, tough, maangas), buwis buhay) and could be a cash cow

    -or maybe this is just the effect of his prolonged suspension, but nevertheless, the league will benefit from Abueva's sudden popularity
    But he needs a rival to further boost his popularity.. just like Yap vs Caguioa.. could be Parks? Kiefer? Junmar? Si Junmar kasi walang gaanong appeal while Kiefer and Ray are just new in the PBA..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    Well, Abueva represents the NSD mantra better than the whole Ginebra squad.

    Abueva is already a popular player even before the suspension. I think he will be even more popular in his return.
    Abueva needs a rival.. PBA needs that.. It could be Junmar? Parks? Kiefer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    But he needs a rival to further boost his popularity.. just like Yap vs Caguioa.. could be Parks? Kiefer? Junmar? Si Junmar kasi walang gaanong appeal while Kiefer and Ray are just new in the PBA..
    probably kiefer/rayray or a incoming kobe or ricci (papogian vs never say die attitude), sayang a junmar-abueva rivalry could have been great, remember Calvin won the only award that has eluded Junmar's career, the ROY.

    or Al Francis Chua, like the Austin-McMahon WWF/WWE feud of the 90s.,
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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Abueva needs a rival.. PBA needs that.. It could be Junmar? Parks? Kiefer?
    Its not necessary for Calvin to have a rival. He himself is already a brand, well loved by the filipinos in general. Love him or hate him he is already popular. The views on the livestream speak for itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money View Post
    Its not necessary for Calvin to have a rival. He himself is already a brand, well loved by the filipinos in general. Love him or hate him he is already popular. The views on the livestream speak for itself.
    But like Jawo vs Fernandez, Asaytono/Caidic vs Patrimonio and Yap vs Caguioa, Abueva needs have his rival, If PBA wants to revive their popularity, The league should find his rival on the court (with skills also).. Yap is very popular in his early years in the PBA (maybe thanks to Kris Aquino's media power) but with his rival with Caguioa cemented that status become as "face" of the PBA.. Yap is very popular even with class A,B fans whiel Caguioa is a "masa" like popularity (thanks to Ginebra's popularity)..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money View Post
    Glad to see Abueva back. Nacocontrol na niya temper niya atleast in the first half. If Louie Alas was still the head coach of Phoenix i doubt Abueva would be reinstated.
    I got so used to Abueva being maangas. It was funny when he hugged McAloney when they bumped into each other lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    But like Jawo vs Fernandez, Asaytono/Caidic vs Patrimonio and Yap vs Caguioa, Abueva needs have his rival, If PBA wants to revive their popularity, The league should find his rival on the court (with skills also).. Yap is very popular in his early years in the PBA (maybe thanks to Kris Aquino's media power) but with his rival with Caguioa cemented that status become as "face" of the PBA.. Yap is very popular even with class A,B fans whiel Caguioa is a "masa" like popularity (thanks to Ginebra's popularity)..
    Arwind is old already but it was a good comparison between those two. Both from the same province, almost identical style of play, antics, same management etc. Around 2015 when Yap and Caguioa were starting to decline I remember a lot of fans thinking of a new rivalry. Castro vs Lee, Fajardo vs Slaughter surprisingly Abueva vs Romeo. Jalalon vs Scottie hasnt panned out yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    But like Jawo vs Fernandez, Asaytono/Caidic vs Patrimonio and Yap vs Caguioa, Abueva needs have his rival, If PBA wants to revive their popularity, The league should find his rival on the court (with skills also).. Yap is very popular in his early years in the PBA (maybe thanks to Kris Aquino's media power) but with his rival with Caguioa cemented that status become as "face" of the PBA.. Yap is very popular even with class A,B fans whiel Caguioa is a "masa" like popularity (thanks to Ginebra's popularity)..
    Well if you insist. I think Vic Manuel is a good rival for the beast. Belonged in the same draft class

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyz View Post
    I got so used to Abueva being maangas. It was funny when he hugged McAloney when they bumped into each other lol
    Correct me if im wrong but part of his being maangas pre suspension was generated by the fans. His on court antics as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money View Post
    Correct me if im wrong but part of his being maangas pre suspension was generated by the fans. His on court antics as well.
    Yup mapang asar lang talaga..
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