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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Is Blackwater are for real? They are now 4-1, could been 5-0 if they didn't do some mistakes against Ginebra....
    They're as long as Casio stays healthy and Ular continue his superb play! Definitely will end as top 8, now in order for them to compete for semis Rey Suerte and Amer need to be in their top form.

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    Is it just me or does it look like Oftana has a faster release on his jump shot now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenote49 View Post
    They're as long as Casio stays healthy and Ular continue his superb play! Definitely will end as top 8, now in order for them to compete for semis Rey Suerte and Amer need to be in their top form.
    I hope that they are truly serious and start to be competitive... DON'T SELL THEIR PLAYERS!!!! Mahiya sana Terrafirma, their roster is better than Blackwater, but they are intentionally tanking to give their bosses top pick at the draft... No wonder why our top collegiate players going overseas....

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    Is Blackwater are for real? They are now 4-1, could been 5-0 if they didn't do some mistakes against Ginebra....
    They've already gone up against 2 of PBA's big 3, both respectable results. I'm not expecting too much from them against SMB, but I hope they surprise me. It's against the lesser teams that they need to be consistent against.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    Is it just me or does it look like Oftana has a faster release on his jump shot now?
    Yes. Time for that Gilas call-up. Hoping to see him versus India.
    Last edited by greenarcher; 07-01-2022 at 01:20 AM.

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    Terrafirma again showing abundance of quality! Barangay level quality!!!!!

    In another note Coach Long Hair sighting!
    Last edited by bluenote49; 07-01-2022 at 11:13 AM.

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    Ginebra's flowing well on offense so far in their first game under Coach Richard. 33/60 from the field (7-20 3PT), and 28 assists. The 14 turnovers are a boo-boo, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert0326 View Post
    I hope that they are truly serious and start to be competitive... DON'T SELL THEIR PLAYERS!!!! Mahiya sana Terrafirma, their roster is better than Blackwater, but they are intentionally tanking to give their bosses top pick at the draft... No wonder why our top collegiate players going overseas....
    Nope. BW's lineup is better IMO. Taha is their best player. Taha played well last year though he missed some games. You could even say now after JMF, Japeth and CS he is the next best center in the PBA. Defense, rebounds, blocks, passing, scoring. He does it all for them. Casio, Amer, Suerte, Ular are good as well.

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    Taha seems like hes playing the best basketball of his career, extremely late bloomer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rds View Post
    Nope. BW's lineup is better IMO. Taha is their best player. Taha played well last year though he missed some games. You could even say now after JMF, Japeth and CS he is the next best center in the PBA. Defense, rebounds, blocks, passing, scoring. He does it all for them. Casio, Amer, Suerte, Ular are good as well.
    Terrafirma has better talents, They have reigning Most improve player Tiongson, top pick Munzon, former B-League guy Javi, veterans Ramos, Gabayni and Camson and if not injured Cabagnot, Go, Daquiaong and Cahilig... But their coach sucks, totally immature... He doesn't know how to coach this line up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Yabuki View Post
    Taha seems like hes playing the best basketball of his career, extremely late bloomer
    calling MVP teams... Taha is ripe for harvest.... hehehehehehehehe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluenote49 View Post
    Terrafirma again showing abundance of quality! Barangay level quality!!!!!

    In another note Coach Long Hair sighting!
    Abando or Barefield for Terrafirma is coming!!!! hahahahahahahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodbi View Post
    They've already gone up against 2 of PBA's big 3, both respectable results. I'm not expecting too much from them against SMB, but I hope they surprise me. It's against the lesser teams that they need to be consistent against.
    Maybe top 6 finish for BWB is respectable enough.... They can beat the likes of Phoenix, Converge and Northport.... I will keen on them for now and let's see if they will consistently being competitive in next games...

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    Kots Leo finally realizing he can win without Junemar. After an almost no relief 3 quarters for JF, Kots lets Brondial sub in along with Lassiter, Herndon, Cruz, Perez and Zamar. After a tied 3rd quarter these guys without JMF create a 21 pt lead and cruise to a 15 point win.

    Malonzo could not finish inside with SMB ganging up on him. In the meantime without JMF SMB increased the pace. Maximizing Perezs all around game and the shooting of Herndon, Lassiter and Zamar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Yabuki View Post
    Taha seems like hes playing the best basketball of his career, extremely late bloomer
    Not really if you watched him play, that's the way he plays in Alaska..its just that he can do the things he can do consistently (maybe because he has pt nowadays)
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..
    1 Big 4 small > 5 out offense.

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    Tanking continues for Nambatac and ROS.

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    Ginebra playing like assholes in the 3rd quarter. Currently down 7 to TerraFirma, allowing a few wide-open shots and offensive rebounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    Ginebra playing like assholes in the 3rd quarter. Currently down 7 to TerraFirma, allowing a few wide-open shots and offensive rebounds.
    Well, at least they turned up on defense later in the 3rd, and allowed only 10.

    And Richard del Rosario's doing a nice job with the offense. Ginebra shot 50% from the field (32% from 3), and committed only 10 turnovers. 34 assists on 44 makes as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    Well, at least they turned up on defense later in the 3rd, and allowed only 10.

    And Richard del Rosario's doing a nice job with the offense. Ginebra shot 50% from the field (32% from 3), and committed only 10 turnovers. 34 assists on 44 makes as well.
    He might be a good coach after all despite being basically a bruiser as a player albeit with good FT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rds View Post
    He might be a good coach after all despite being basically a bruiser as a player albeit with good FT.
    Good FT. That explains the 'Chard knows free throws.'

    Hoops Highlights called Coach Richard "the best “robin” coach for years," and suspects that Richard had some input in Ginebra's offensive playbook.

    If he does well against TNT, gets a win, I might want to consider him a promising one, despite the very small sample size.

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