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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    If PBA are lending unconditionally their players to the national team then we don't have this sh**ty Gilas draft in 1st place.. But greedy board of governors in the league has exact opposite of what we want to see...
    I think PBA would be willing to take a 2-week break to give way to the National team's stint in the 2023 World Cup qualifying windows just like what leagues like the B-league, KBL, CBA & others would be doing as well. Yung malaking problema would be the FIBA tournament proper - 2022 FIBA Asia Cup & 2023 FIBA World Cup & other international tournaments, as these tournaments are held during the July to September period, a period when PBA season is in full swing. On the other hand, other pro leagues like the B-league, KBL, CBA, etc., are in the off-season which would enable them to give their respective National teams enough time of training & preparation.

    So its really during the July to September period, which is considered as FIBA season, that our National team will have a huge problem if the composition of our NT is mostly PBA players.
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    I have feel that it would resolve sooner.. This is equivalent to Kiefer's case... All both parties need is to agree on the set up that they should (Heading's Taiwan ballclub) lend him in Gilas into qualifier periods... And Taiwan also in qualifiers, Right!! they will stop their games in FIBA qualifiers will held.. So, this is easy solution...

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    Guys, what's the time of Nigata's game today? Hope the game can be viewed live in youtube.
    "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
    Guys, what's the time of Nigata's game today? Hope the game can be viewed live in youtube.
    Here, I made this schedule awhile ago. Sadly, there is no YT link for Kobe's game, but it will be live on Aiscore.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevy View Post
    I'm just putting the schedule and links in advance to make things easier for me and everyone else. All games are live in Aiscore. I also posted the YT links for the games that will be available via Puso Pilipinas.

    October 18 (Monday PH time)

    Juan GDL vs Sendai (6 pm)

    October 22 (Friday PH time)

    Kobe vs Mikawa (6:05 pm)

    October 23 (Saturday PH time)

    Juan GDL vs Nagoya (12:30 pm)

    Thirdy vs Javi GDL (1:05 pm) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPvJX4QgcrE

    Kiefer vs BRP (2:05 pm)

    Matthew vs Osaka (3:05 pm)

    Kobe vs Mikawa (4:05 pm)

    Kemark vs Kagawa (5:00 pm)

    Dwight vs Ryukyu (5:05 pm)

    October 24 (Sunday PH time)

    Dwight vs Ryukyu (12:05 pm)

    Kemark vs Kagawa (1:00 pm)

    Thirdy vs Javi GDL (1:05 pm)

    Kiefer vs BRP (2:05 pm) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dHIBRNEJGY

    Juan GDL vs Nagoya (3:00 pm)

    Matthew vs Osaka (3:05 pm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevy View Post
    Here, I made this schedule awhile ago. Sadly, there is no YT link for Kobe's game, but it will be live on Aiscore.
    Sad that no live coverage thru youtube. Thank you very much bro.
    "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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    The aiscore site are just live stats right? Or they also have livestream?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crush View Post
    The aiscore site are just live stats right? Or they also have livestream?
    Livestream if you use the app.

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    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/fil-a...a2437-20211021

    GABI Bade delivered a monster 28-point, 16-rebound performance as she steered ENAD to the 48-38 victory over Keravnos for their first win in the Cyprus Women's Basketball Division A over the weekend.

    The Fil-Am guard was unbelievable in the game, making 10 of her 18 shots as she played all 40 minutes in Nicosia.

    Bade also dished out two assists and one steal to cap off her superb performance in Cyprus.

    It was a magnificent encore from the Sacramento State standout after the daughter of former PBA player Cris Bade had a near-triple-double outing of 16 points, seven assists, and six rebounds in her debut last week.

    Unfortunately, ENAD lost that one, 73-52 to AEL.

    Bade will once again be a marked woman as ENAD continues its campaign against winless Zinonas this Sunday.

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    In case Aiscore is not working for you or too chippy.

    https://www.vipleague.tv/niigata-vs-...live-streaming

    BTW, aiscore works fine in Windows 10 for me. Just need to sign in.

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    Good lord. Only 9 points for Niigata in the 2nd quarter.

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    Niigata stopped doing the handoff to Kobe from the wing in their motion offense (maybe thinking it's already well scouted or it's resulting in too much ball stopping from Kobe), but because of that, no Kobe offense when Niigata needs it. Kobe is not getting any looks and not putting any shots in the 3Q. lets see if there in any change in 4Q

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    in 4Q, finally they gave the ball to Kobe from the wing handoff that results to PnR, but too late they were already blown out. those were 3 consecutive successful trips, 2 straight midrange makes and an assist to big man that got fouled. they ran the PnR from handoff again, but Kobe elected to pass in couple of instances.

    overall, Kobe played better and focused on defense. except for defensive lapses in 1Q, he played a role. the problem was the guards plus bigman Gardner a passing big of Sea Horses were very good and Niigata had no answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noyce View Post
    in 4Q, finally they gave the ball to Kobe from the wing handoff that results to PnR, but too late they were already blown out. those were 3 consecutive successful trips, 2 straight midrange makes and an assist to big man that got fouled. they ran the PnR from handoff again, but Kobe elected to pass in couple of instances.

    overall, Kobe played better and focused on defense. except for defensive lapses in 1Q, he played a role. the problem was the guards plus bigman Gardner a passing big of Sea Horses were very good and Niigata had no answers.
    Avi Schafer is also playing for Mikawa.

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    Kobe really just finished with 6 points on 33.3% shooting in 29 minutes after an 18 point game on 50% shooting. The level of discrepancy in the output in between games is really gonna be an issue moving forward and might explain we he struggles to receive trust and playing time in America. I really think this horrible consistency issue is equally on Kobe’s end as it is on his team’s system by the way yeshkel explains in this vid:

    https://youtu.be/yRbUVxXG5Sc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Reaper View Post
    Good lord. Only 9 points for Niigata in the 2nd quarter.
    Aishin Seahorses was adynasty a decade ago and coached by legendary (at least i bleague standard) Kimikazu suzuki, in their heydays players were Jr Sakuragi, Kashiwagi, Hiejima, Kosuke Takeuchi et. al.. sabi nga elite B league teams will expose kobe bad habits
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by empyreanmaze View Post
    Kobe really just finished with 6 points on 33.3% shooting in 29 minutes after an 18 point game on 50% shooting. The level of discrepancy in the output in between games is really gonna be an issue moving forward and might explain we he struggles to receive trust and playing time in America. I really think this horrible consistency issue is equally on Kobe’s end as it is on his team’s system by the way yeshkel explains in this vid:

    https://youtu.be/yRbUVxXG5Sc
    isnt consistency fully, finally kobe faced an elite b league team
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmbopbaduwap View Post
    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/fil-a...a2437-20211021

    GABI Bade delivered a monster 28-point, 16-rebound performance as she steered ENAD to the 48-38 victory over Keravnos for their first win in the Cyprus Women's Basketball Division A over the weekend.

    The Fil-Am guard was unbelievable in the game, making 10 of her 18 shots as she played all 40 minutes in Nicosia.

    Bade also dished out two assists and one steal to cap off her superb performance in Cyprus.

    It was a magnificent encore from the Sacramento State standout after the daughter of former PBA player Cris Bade had a near-triple-double outing of 16 points, seven assists, and six rebounds in her debut last week.

    Unfortunately, ENAD lost that one, 73-52 to AEL.

    Bade will once again be a marked woman as ENAD continues its campaign against winless Zinonas this Sunday.
    Looking forward to see how a full strength Gilas Women’s team will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by empyreanmaze View Post
    Kobe really just finished with 6 points on 33.3% shooting in 29 minutes after an 18 point game on 50% shooting. The level of discrepancy in the output in between games is really gonna be an issue moving forward and might explain we he struggles to receive trust and playing time in America. I really think this horrible consistency issue is equally on Kobe’s end as it is on his team’s system by the way yeshkel explains in this vid:

    https://youtu.be/yRbUVxXG5Sc
    Malakas lang talaga kalaban. Also, you guys need to stop liatening to that guys video. Puro negative at pangbabash kay Kobe. We know Kobes weaknesses. Hes just exxagerating things. I repeat, exxageratwd lang si yeshel na yan.

    Tama ung isang poster d2, di lng napapasahan ng maganda si Kobe para makascore.

    Stop listening to Yes, hes full of yabang. Di nga naging star sa league nila yan malamang kaya sa internet nagpapastar. LOL.

    Grow up kung sino ka man lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noyce View Post
    Niigata stopped doing the handoff to Kobe from the wing in their motion offense (maybe thinking it's already well scouted or it's resulting in too much ball stopping from Kobe), but because of that, no Kobe offense when Niigata needs it. Kobe is not getting any looks and not putting any shots in the 3Q. lets see if there in any change in 4Q
    I didnt watch the gamw but youi sound reasonable.

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    Kobe is only as good (or bad) as his last game. Sadly that's how we see him, myself included. Kobe has to be the most scrutinized, most analyzed, most commented Pinoy player ever. We even play pop-psychology and psychoanalyze his mental state.

    Kai is next, and will be the no.1 once NBL starts soon.

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