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    UP looked decent even without JD although you can see the impact that is missing this game. DLSU should bounce back, KQ is Gilas level after all, just a bad game for him. Point guard play by La Salle was disappointing as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    he's listed as 18 years old, i wonder why he wasn't considered in any of the batang gilas teams

    Quote Originally Posted by impracticaljokers2000 View Post
    Yah right UAAP "superstars". I'll be careful using that term to these guys. Only UAAP superstars that amounted to anything in the pros are Tenorio, Arwind, and James Yap. All from the previous gen. Only UAAP star that is currently a legit national team asset and elite pro is Dwight Ramos. Even he didn't really get to play in the UAAP lol
    parks, romeo, kiefer maybe? i wouldn't call rosario & pogoy "superstars" during their uaap days

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    DLSU guard Evan Nelle’s fearless forecast for Season 85: “ I think We’re the favorites. We’re number one”.

    Nelle should have kept his mouth shut. lol. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikatrix View Post
    UP looked decent even without JD although you can see the impact that is missing this game. DLSU should bounce back, KQ is Gilas level after all, just a bad game for him. Point guard play by La Salle was disappointing as well.
    We committed 29 turnovers, we need JD out there. We just defended well, and La Salle committed their share of bad decisions. Hit the shots that mattered too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Yet another high-octane low scoring sloppy game by both teams....

    So far nothing solid from superstars Tamayo and KQuiam. Galinato has been quiet as well.
    Carl finished with a quiet 18 points and 19 rebounds, along with 2 assists and 2 steals. Hit key free throws and a key shot as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magic_chiongson View Post
    he's listed as 18 years old, i wonder why he wasn't considered in any of the batang gilas teams



    parks, romeo, kiefer maybe? i wouldn't call rosario & pogoy "superstars" during their uaap days
    He is on the lebron lopez batch.. pandemic happened and he isnt from the ateneo feu nu pipeline..
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    He is on the lebron lopez batch.. pandemic happened and he isnt from the ateneo feu nu pipeline..
    Might be 19 already. Cabanero is from the Beda pipeline so no reason he'd be unavailable for juniors.

    EDIT: Yeah overage
    https://twitter.com/hoopnut/status/1..._CPpWUe2A&s=19

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    [IMG][/IMG]

    DLSU's jersey slowly resembling a NBL team kit with all those sponsors..so i guess SMC is funding DLSU this season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoJ View Post
    [IMG][/IMG]

    DLSU's jersey slowly resembling a NBL team kit with all those sponsors..so i guess SMC is funding DLSU this season?
    I wonder if its just a jersey sponsor thing or smc are back for good.

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    Thumbs up UAAP Season 85



    Here are the results from the opening day Saturday of the 85th University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) at the Mall of Asia Arena hosted by Adamson University. READ MORE

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Big_Cat View Post
    DLSU guard Evan Nelle’s fearless forecast for Season 85: “ I think We’re the favorites. We’re number one”.

    Nelle should have kept his mouth shut. lol. .
    He’s an idiot but i like it when players don’t give the usual answers they should talk like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    He’s an idiot but i like it when players don’t give the usual answers they should talk like that
    Same here, I'd rather this than safe answers

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    Quote Originally Posted by impracticaljokers2000 View Post
    Yah right UAAP "superstars". I'll be careful using that term to these guys. Only UAAP superstars that amounted to anything in the pros are Tenorio, Arwind, and James Yap. All from the previous gen. Only UAAP star that is currently a legit national team asset and elite pro is Dwight Ramos. Even he didn't really get to play in the UAAP lol
    Where would the decent pros come from? NCAA? HAHAHAHAHA LOL NO

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    Its a matter of scouting. Look at superstars like Jeric Teng. He was a second round pick because PBA teams already knew he'd be a bust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikatrix View Post
    Its a matter of scouting. Look at superstars like Jeric Teng. He was a second round pick because PBA teams already knew he'd be a bust.
    Scouting and right use and development, if there are still development years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    Scouting and right use and development, if there are still development years.
    best example is james forrester for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impracticaljokers2000 View Post
    Yah right UAAP "superstars". I'll be careful using that term to these guys. Only UAAP superstars that amounted to anything in the pros are Tenorio, Arwind, and James Yap. All from the previous gen. Only UAAP star that is currently a legit national team asset and elite pro is Dwight Ramos. Even he didn't really get to play in the UAAP lol
    Quote Originally Posted by Juancho View Post
    Where would the decent pros come from? NCAA? HAHAHAHAHA LOL NO
    Here's what Ryan Alba said about this.

    PBA figures: https://twitter.com/_alba__/status/1...D7wuLGTGg&s=19

    Gilas figures: https://twitter.com/_alba__/status/1...9W9bRR-Pg&s=19

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrainBamager View Post
    best example is james forrester for me.
    BGSM dropped the ball on that one, should have drafted Terrence Romeo instead. oh well hindsight is 20/20

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPC View Post
    https://www.spin.ph/basketball/pba/s...-20220613-lfrm

    spin has a related article to this and has enumerated the players per school with FEU being the top notcher

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