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    Quote Originally Posted by interxavierxxx View Post
    My point exactly. Basketball will remain the #1 sport for years to come and local leagues will never run out of talent they can mold into stars.

    If they can establish a solid program of developing youngsters into world class talent, then it doesn’t matter in the end. They will still have a back up clone for all the Ravenas, Paras, De Lliaņos, Ramoses, Sottos, Fajardos, etc. they’ve lost to richer leagues. Look at Brazil. They simply do not run out of footballing talent despite all their big name stars going to Europe.

    That’s how you turn a disadvantage into an advantage.

    Also, it’s why I disagree with the PBA board’s notion that allowing a buyout of Kiefer’s contract is bad for the league.
    Besides, they will earn more through buyouts. PBA should just ask Euroleague and NBL how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interxavierxxx View Post
    My point exactly. Basketball will remain the #1 sport for years to come and local leagues will never run out of talent they can mold into stars.

    If they can establish a solid program of developing youngsters into world class talent, then it doesn’t matter in the end. They will still have a back up clone for all the Ravenas, Paras, De Lliaņos, Ramoses, Sottos, Fajardos, etc. they’ve lost to richer leagues. Look at Brazil. They simply do not run out of footballing talent despite all their big name stars going to Europe.

    That’s how you turn a disadvantage into an advantage.

    Also, it’s why I disagree with the PBA board’s notion that allowing a buyout of Kiefer’s contract is bad for the league.
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    Besides, they will earn more through buyouts. PBA should just ask Euroleague and NBL how.


    once the PBA and the empires would realize that they would earn more in developing players and have them bought out by foreign teams, then we will see changes. Seriously, this is potential revenue stream for the PBA and yes, the league will never run out of stars, the Board needs to accept the fact that farming these players will eventually be financially good for the league and Philippine basketball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    once the PBA and the empires would realize that they would earn more in developing players and have them bought out by foreign teams, then we will see changes. Seriously, this is potential revenue stream for the PBA and yes, the league will never run out of stars, the Board needs to accept the fact that farming these players will eventually be financially good for the league and Philippine basketball.
    It also puts the nail on the coffin for undersized wings and bigs.

    Once the PBA realizes that developing a battalion of local 6’4-6’6 combo guards with legit international talent will attract foreign buyers, then it will be the end of 6’4-6’6 power forwards and centers.

    Imagine how many Dwight Ramoses and Kobe Parases could we have molded back in the day?
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    Heading to Taiwan?

    I'm a bit confused. What's stopping Navarro and co from signing with other teams?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Heading to Taiwan?

    I'm a bit confused. What's stopping Navarro and co from signing with other teams?
    Heading is a only drafted, but not yet signed by terrafirma/any pba teams.. so that's legal...

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    Jordan is Heading to Taichung Suns in Taiwan T1 League.

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/jorda...a2437-20211020
    Last edited by Jackie Reaper; 10-20-2021 at 09:09 AM.

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    The first casualty from smc/farm team of them.. heading will play in Taiwan as asian import.. pamalit Sana Yan Kay cabagnot... Hahhahahahhaha... Next I'm sure Is Navarro.. during draft day, he doesn't like to be drafted by Northport.. I'm sure he has already offers from foreign ball clubs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Reaper View Post
    Jordan is Heading to Taichung Suns in Taiwan T1 League.

    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/jorda...a2437-20211020
    the article says that Heading is a Gilas cadet. that's insulting, our team in the ACQ is the seniors team. he should be regarded as a full-pledged member of Gilas (or was, depending on how call ups play out if a drafted Gilas member do not elect to play in the PBA).

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Heading to Taiwan?

    I'm a bit confused. What's stopping Navarro and co from signing with other teams?
    Actually, the Gilas draftees could exploit loopholes in the rules. The likes of Go, Matt Nieto, Suerte, Bulanadi, and Navarro can sign elsewhere. They're not under contract with the teams that drafted them anyway, so they're technically free agents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noyce View Post
    the article says that Heading is a Gilas cadet. that's insulting, our team in the ACQ is the seniors team. he should be regarded as a full-pledged member of Gilas (or was, depending on how call ups play out if a drafted Gilas member do not elect to play in the PBA).
    I think otherwise. It signifies how deep our talent pool really is contrary to some posters are saying here. It's just that teams in FIBA-Asia are really good TEAMS.

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    Definition of Asian foreign players:

    In view of the fact that the regional vocational basketball teams in Asian countries have begun regional exchanges, the alliance is Taiwan-oriented and based in Asia. The first quarter will open to Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Vietnam, and Laos. Asian foreign players from Myanmar and Cambodia joined.

    Asian foreign players must hold the passport of the country or region. If there is a dispute between the passport and identity, the league will arbitrate and make a final announcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    Actually, the Gilas draftees could exploit loopholes in the rules. The likes of Go, Matt Nieto, Suerte, Bulanadi, and Navarro can sign elsewhere. They're not under contract with the teams that drafted them anyway, so they're technically free agents.
    But will PBA slap a ban to these Gilas draftees and tell SBP not to call them up to play in the next qualifiers?

    this means the Gilas program is now in flux yet again.

    And yes i agree. All the Gilas draftees should strive to play somewhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noyce View Post
    But will PBA slap a ban to these Gilas draftees and tell SBP not to call them up to play in the next qualifiers?

    this means the Gilas program is now in flux yet again.

    And yes i agree. All the Gilas draftees should strive to play somewhere else.
    Strictly speaking the PBA can't tell the SBP to do anything. A league cannot dictate to a governing body.

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    I'm guessing since he's already drafted he's probably going to get a "5-year ban".. I mean "5-year sit out period" from the PBA. Not like it matters much. The Taiwan league seems to have a higher salary earning than the PBA if you're starting out. And there's always KBL, B-League, etc. that are starting to have Asian Imports.

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    The newly established T1 league sets a minimum monthly salary of 60,000 yuan for players. Players selected in the first round of the draft have a monthly salary of at least 80,000 yuan and 60,000 yuan in the second round. Players with national team qualifications guarantee an annual salary of 1.2 million yuan. T1 League President Qian Weijuan said that the league has held several meetings on salary issues, and in the future, it will work towards transparency of salary and establish a more complete system to protect the rights of players.

    I'm sure imports will have a higher salary than NT team players. 1.2m yuan = 9.5m PHP. That's around 791k/month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noyce View Post
    the article says that Heading is a Gilas cadet. that's insulting, our team in the ACQ is the seniors team. he should be regarded as a full-pledged member of Gilas (or was, depending on how call ups play out if a drafted Gilas member do not elect to play in the PBA).
    The author is misinformed and is under the impression that if a player is not a pro in the PBA, then he must still be in the cadet category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    once the PBA and the empires would realize that they would earn more in developing players and have them bought out by foreign teams, then we will see changes. Seriously, this is potential revenue stream for the PBA and yes, the league will never run out of stars, the Board needs to accept the fact that farming these players will eventually be financially good for the league and Philippine basketball.
    If that happens, PBA is relegated to being a Farm League to the richer leagues across Asia, or worse, a retirement league for the washout players from other leagues. From a pioneering professional league in Asia, to being a farm league, that is just plain embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dotch View Post
    If that happens, PBA is relegated to being a Farm League to the richer leagues across Asia, or worse, a retirement league for the washout players from other leagues. From a pioneering professional league in Asia, to being a farm league, that is just plain embarrassing.
    They really dug their own grave, a professional sporting league in a 3rd world country has no business being as insular as it is. The pba really should’ve modernized and liberalized longggg ago.

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    Still believe the reason of this influx is walang mapaglaruan liga sa Pilipinas..wala rin abl hopefully we dont see JGDL lose confidence on his japan stint so as carino and Matthew who will be relegated to role playing in Japan league...
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    The regular season of T1 League Season 1 will start on November 27, 2021 and will end on May 1, 2022.

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    that’s why i mentioned before that thirdy joining as special draftee and a live contract with san en won’t work..

    https://tiebreakertimes.com.ph/tbt/s...h-gilas/222621

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