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    Quote Originally Posted by Dotch View Post
    ^^ Another player heading to Japan. and it's not Justin Arana daw. yeah so most probably its the better Justine
    Well, Baltazar will likely to play in NBL-PHL this month as he in Pampanga's Delta line up.. He might stay and join PBA draft next year to get by BWE...

    https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/j...-lineup/219676

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    Toyama is quite a strong team in my opinion. You have an up and coming Dwight Ramos, two Japanese NT mainstays Keijuro Matsui and Ryumo Ono and 3 world imports. That's quite strong.
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    What's the rule again regarding world imports? Can they play all 3 at the same time or two at a time, plus the Asian import? Can’t really tell having watched some of last season’s Neophoenix games as their PG import was mostly injured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    What's the rule again regarding world imports? Can they play all 3 at the same time or two at a time, plus the Asian import? Can’t really tell having watched some of last season’s Neophoenix games as their PG import was mostly injured.
    From Wikipedia:

    Foreign players
    Each club in the first and second divisions will be allowed up to three registered foreign players, excluding one foreign-born player who has become a naturalized Japanese citizen. Two foreign players will be allowed on the court. Naturalized players can play as Japanese citizens and have no limitations. Each club will be allowed one naturalized player.

    In line with Japan Basketball Association regulations, foreign citizens who were either born or raised in Japan and graduated from Japanese elementary and junior high school will not be treated as a foreign player for the purpose of these rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevy View Post
    From Wikipedia:

    Foreign players
    Each club in the first and second divisions will be allowed up to three registered foreign players, excluding one foreign-born player who has become a naturalized Japanese citizen. Two foreign players will be allowed on the court. Naturalized players can play as Japanese citizens and have no limitations. Each club will be allowed one naturalized player.

    In line with Japan Basketball Association regulations, foreign citizens who were either born or raised in Japan and graduated from Japanese elementary and junior high school will not be treated as a foreign player for the purpose of these rules.
    Thanks. Two world imports plus the Asian import plus a naturalized and then the team’s top local can make for a formidable unit on the floor. Of course not every team has neither a naturalized nor an Asian import, but those who do could really enjoy a significant edge.

    For the sake of our players, teams better be stronger this season than it was before.
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    List of Filipinos/Fil-foreigners playing oversees (Update #1)

    B league Division 1

    Thirdy Ravena (San-en Neo Phoenix)

    Kiefer Ravena (Shiga Lakestars)

    Bobby Ray Parks (Nagoya Diamond)

    Javi GDL (Ibaraki Robots)

    Kobe Paras (Niigata Albirex)

    Dwight Ramos (Toyama Grouses)

    B league Division 2

    Juan GDL (Tokyo Z)

    Kenmark Cariño (Aomori Watts)

    NBL Australia

    Kai Sotto (Adelaide 36ers)

    NBL 1

    James Spencer (Dandenong Rangers)

    NBL New Zealand

    Ken Tuffin (Wellington Saints)

    Overtime Elite USA

    Lebron Lopez

    First Women's Basketball League of Serbia

    Jack Animam (Radnički Kragujevac)

    NBA

    Jordan Clarkson (Utah Jazz)

    Jalen Green (Houston Rockets)

    NCAA Division 1

    Dalph Panopio (Cal State Bakersfield)

    AJ Edu (Toledo Rockets)

    Vanessa De Jesus (Duke)

    Kayla Padilla (University of Pennsylvania)

    Ella Fajardo (Fairleigh Dickinson University)

    Remy Martin (University of Kansas)

    Cyprus Women's Basketball Division A

    Gabi Bade (ENAD WBC)

    Ligue Féminine de Basketball

    Louna Ozar (ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq Lille Metropole Youth team)
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    ^^Remy Martin (University of Kansas)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    Thanks. Two world imports plus the Asian import plus a naturalized and then the team’s top local can make for a formidable unit on the floor. Of course not every team has neither a naturalized nor an Asian import, but those who do could really enjoy a significant edge.
    Yep, definitely. Actually, if top-tier B league teams fully maximize the import rules, they can put up a decent squad that can even beat mid-tier NBL teams, in my opinion.

    Imagine if they had 2 imports at the level of a Terrence Jones, a strong NP, and an Asian import (KBL, CBA, or PBA star) plus strong Japanese locals. That lineup can definitely compete.

    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    For the sake of our players, teams better be stronger this season than it was before.
    Our B league guys will definitely benefit, especially if teams decide to maximize these rules. Can't wait for the B league season to start!

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    ^^Remy Martin (University of Kansas)
    Thanks for reminding me hehe.

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    I have to say, Thirdy's playing very well within Coach Stan's system, judging from the 1st game with Nagoya. He doesn't bite on fakes anymore. He has better ballhandling and doesn't panic in passing the ball. He only lost his defender once, and continues to be the SF stopper of the Phoenix.

    I will say he needs to improve his 3 point shooting and he shouldn't be afraid to cut backdoor and earn Coach Stan's ire, since it'll open up their offense more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevy View Post
    List of Filipinos/Fil-foreigners playing oversees (Update #1)

    Cyprus Women's Basketball Division A

    Chris Bade (ENAD WBC)
    Gabi Bade. Chris is her dad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevy View Post
    List of Filipinos/Fil-foreigners playing oversees (Update #1)

    B league Division 1

    Thirdy Ravena (San-en Neo Phoenix)

    Kiefer Ravena (Shiga Lakestars)

    Bobby Ray Parks (Nagoya Diamond)

    Javi GDL (Ibaraki Robots)

    Kobe Paras (Niigata Albirex)

    Dwight Ramos (Toyama Grouses)

    B league Division 2

    Juan GDL (Tokyo Z)

    Kenmark Cariño (Aomori Watts)

    NBL Australia

    Kai Sotto (Adelaide 36ers)

    NBL 1

    James Spencer (Dandenong Rangers)

    NBL New Zealand

    Ken Tuffin (Wellington Saints)

    Overtime Elite USA

    Lebron Lopez

    First Women's Basketball League of Serbia

    Jack Animam (Radnički Kragujevac)

    NBA

    Jordan Clarkson (Utah Jazz)

    Jalen Green (Houston Rockets)

    NCAA Division 1

    Dalph Panopio (Cal State Bakersfield)

    AJ Edu (Toledo Rockets)

    Vanessa De Jesus (Duke)

    Kayla Padilla (University of Pennsylvania)

    Ella Fajardo (Fairleigh Dickinson University)

    Remy Martin (University of Kansas)

    Cyprus Women's Basketball Division A

    Gabi Bade (ENAD WBC)

    Ligue Féminine de Basketball

    Louna Ozar (ESB Villeneuve-d'Ascq Lille Metropole Youth team)
    DJ Fenner, Scuba Holt, Mikh Mckinney, Isiah Umipig?

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    Jarod Lucus is NCAA Division 1 at Oregon State

    His grandfather was Filipino, so I am not sure where he fits in to the passport issues.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_7P4OsJA1E

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkwell View Post
    Jarod Lucus is NCAA Division 1 at Oregon State

    His grandfather was Filipino, so I am not sure where he fits in to the passport issues.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_7P4OsJA1E
    this is good another prospect. by the way is your username based on the Inkwell class from flutter api?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    DJ Fenner, Scuba Holt, Mikh Mckinney, Isiah Umipig?
    Chanelle Molina - Sodertalje - Sweden Damligan(Sweden's top pro league)

    Ceejay Nofuente - Herner TC - Germany Bundesliga(Germany's top pro league)

    Um does Christian David still count? Lol. I realize he's been disowned by some... Butler NCAA Div 1.

    There's gotta be a few more out there. Especially in Southeast Asia(excluding Philippines). And US college for sure.

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    Might as well add Harper Jr., Kamaka Hepa and QMB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOiNU View Post
    Thanks. Two world imports plus the Asian import plus a naturalized and then the team’s top local can make for a formidable unit on the floor. Of course not every team has neither a naturalized nor an Asian import, but those who do could really enjoy a significant edge.

    For the sake of our players, teams better be stronger this season than it was before.
    No, the Asian quota covers the Asian imports and naturalized players. Because of having Thirdy, San-en cannot sign a naturalized player: https://www.spin.ph/basketball/more-...a2437-20200625

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoisiah View Post
    No, the Asian quota covers the Asian imports and naturalized players. Because of having Thirdy, San-en cannot sign a naturalized player: https://www.spin.ph/basketball/more-...a2437-20200625
    Thanks bro. Quite logical since there are not a lot of naturalized to go around.
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    Aside from the 8 Pinoys in the B-League, anybody here knows who are the other Asian imports that were signed up? I know Jawato is one, who are others? I saw the post in FIBA Asia Cup Instagram account, a montage of Asian players in the B-League, as it is the league's opening day soon.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CUJ7wAMr..._web_copy_link

    I saw an Aussie, a Taiwanese, Korean, Kiwi and Jawato. Cant identify those players tho.

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    So which of the eight are you guys going to pay attention to the most?

    I'm going with Dwight as he is the player who has been most impressive as of now.

    Keeping modest expectations for Kobe, Kiefer, and the rest.
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