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    Default 2022 PBA Draft

    Will it be loaded as this years draft or no?

    some fil foreigners that didnt make it this year might make it next year for sure.. (gray, statham, brickman, BGR)

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    Thirdy, Baltazar, Kobe, even Fil-Am guys like McKinney can join.. GDL bros also in the mix.. 2022 will still a loaded draft class...

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Thirdy, Baltazar, Kobe, even Fil-Am guys like McKinney can join.. GDL bros also in the mix.. 2022 will still a loaded draft class...
    Add Cario and probably Dwight Ramos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Reaper View Post
    Add Cario and probably Dwight Ramos.
    Ricci too if his showbiz career doesn't pan out

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Ricci too if his showbiz career doesn't pan out
    Ken Tuffin too.
    Nag-a-adjust pa rin si Roosevelt Adams sa sistema ng basketball sa PBA, yung physicality. Siguro kailangan magpalapad siya. Minsan nahihiya pang tumira, e. - John Cardel

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    How about the likes of Stephen Holt, DJ Fenner, Aaron Craft, CJ & Chase Lane, Tim Harrison, Lawrence Domingo and other half of the Philips brothers of DLSU named Benjamin..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ_Reloaded View Post
    How about the likes of Stephen Holt, DJ Fenner, Aaron Craft, CJ & Chase Lane, Tim Harrison, Lawrence Domingo and other half of the Philips brothers of DLSU named Benjamin..
    So the draft class of 2022 will be much deeper than this year's draft.
    Nag-a-adjust pa rin si Roosevelt Adams sa sistema ng basketball sa PBA, yung physicality. Siguro kailangan magpalapad siya. Minsan nahihiya pang tumira, e. - John Cardel

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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    So the draft class of 2022 will be much deeper than this year's draft.
    If those mentioned..6'5 Stephen Holt, 6'6 DJ Fenner, 6'2 Aaron Craft, CJ 6'10 & 6'5 Chase Lane, 6'8 Tim Harrison, 6'4 Lawrence Domingo and 6'6 Benjamin Philips..or maybe 6'0 Sedrick Barefield if his interested to play here then class 2022 is the deepest and the most exciting batch if those dudes are interested enough to play here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    So the draft class of 2022 will be much deeper than this year's draft.
    If those mentioned..6'5 Stephen Holt, 6'6 DJ Fenner, 6'2 Aaron Craft, CJ 6'10 & 6'5 Chase Lane, 6'8 Tim Harrison, 6'4 Lawrence Domingo and 6'6 Benjamin Philips..or maybe 6'0 Sedrick Barefield if his interested to play here then class 2022 is the deepest and the most exciting batch if those dudes are interested enough to play it here.

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    I expect more early entries since certain teams are more than full (Ateneo, La Salle, UP)

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    Depends if the Filams will be all available.

    I mean Quality Fil Foreigners.

    Leta face it. FilAms grown in USA is generally significantly better than our homegrown players.

    In the near future, that 5 Fil Foreign limit will increase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BJ_Reloaded View Post
    If those mentioned..6'5 Stephen Holt, 6'6 DJ Fenner, 6'2 Aaron Craft, CJ 6'10 & 6'5 Chase Lane, 6'8 Tim Harrison, 6'4 Lawrence Domingo and 6'6 Benjamin Philips..or maybe 6'0 Sedrick Barefield if his interested to play here then class 2022 is the deepest and the most exciting batch if those dudes are interested enough to play it here.
    Can they process the required documents though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Can they process the required documents though?
    It depends if the PBAs working committee will make it easier for Filfors to get their clearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    It depends if the PBAs working committee will make it easier for Filfors to get their clearance.
    According to agents the PBA is leaning that way. Lets see.

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    Remove 5 Fil-For Limit
    Make it easier for Fil-Fors to play

    Still I don't think we are going to see guys like Craft and Holt any time soon. OK pa sila sa Europe.

    It would be nice if they joined the PBA though, guys like Pringle and Perez can't run amok anymore. The only way the PBA will be rejuvenated is if all these talented ineligible Fil-Fors will bring they wares to the PBA.

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    Craft already quit basketball for med school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Remove 5 Fil-For Limit
    Make it easier for Fil-Fors to play

    Still I don't think we are going to see guys like Craft and Holt any time soon. OK pa sila sa Europe.

    It would be nice if they joined the PBA though, guys like Pringle and Perez can't run amok anymore. The only way the PBA will be rejuvenated is if all these talented ineligible Fil-Fors will bring they wares to the PBA.
    If you remove the 5-Fil-am per team limit, PBA might become a Fil-American Basketball Association
    "A king may move a man, a father may claim a son, but that man can also move himself, and only then does that man truly begin his own game. Remember that howsoever you are played or by whom, your soul is in your keeping alone, even though those who presume to play you be kings or men of power, when you stand before God, you cannot say, 'But I was told by others to do thus,' or that virtue was not convenient at the time. This will not suffice." - King Baldwin IV

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMSKIE View Post
    If you remove the 5-Fil-am per team limit, PBA might become a Fil-American Basketball Association
    Time for the locals to step up then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Time for the locals to step up then.
    Or step up their development, rather. If they want a place, they have to show it. Plus, it's not like there are only a few homegrown stars in the PBA. You have June Mar, Japeth, Pogoy, Castro, Perez, Terrence, Lee, Abueva, Kiefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Remove 5 Fil-For Limit
    Make it easier for Fil-Fors to play

    Still I don't think we are going to see guys like Craft and Holt any time soon. OK pa sila sa Europe.

    It would be nice if they joined the PBA though, guys like Pringle and Perez can't run amok anymore. The only way the PBA will be rejuvenated is if all these talented ineligible Fil-Fors will bring they wares to the PBA.
    And some Fil-fors will raise the size standard in the frontcourt positions. Probably some 6'4"-6'6" SF's and 6'5"-6'8" PF's, which should be the standard in the Philippines.

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