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    Guys! post here the latest news, games and their stats ...


    Michael Palarca- did not play in the first 2 games this season against San Jose State and Maryville sate...don't know what happen to him maybe his injured ...

    http://www.gojacks.com/ViewArticle.d...ATCLID=1625209
    http://www.gojacks.com/ViewArticle.d...ATCLID=1626439

    Gian Chiu-Will open this season on Nov. 21....

    Ryan Wetherrell- did not play in the last 2 games... http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...tive-stats.pdf

    Ray Parks jr. -played last night against St. Benedict...19 pts 5 rebs and 7 assists and 4 steals...


    Japeth Aguilar- Missed the last two games....According to reports he can play in the next games

    Any news on Niko Monanchini debut?

    How about other Filipino players do you know?
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    please update us about Ray Parks' game stats.
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    ..you're bringing the name in front of your jersey, not the one at the back..

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    Quote Originally Posted by joesmoove059
    please update us about Ray Parks' game stats.
    Ray Parks told me that he has 19 pts 5 rebs and 7 assists and 4 steals...

    LOL he is doing everything......

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex15
    Ray Parks told me that he has 19 pts 5 rebs and 7 assists and 4 steals...

    LOL he is doing everything......
    nice fantasy league line
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    Quote Originally Posted by alex15
    Ray Parks told me that he has 19 pts 5 rebs and 7 assists and 4 steals...

    LOL he is doing everything......
    His team lost their centers to graduation, Ray is now the 2nd tallest in their team but he plays as a guard. He is now their go to guy. If he keeps on improving the college scouts would really be monitoring him. At least now even if the US Basketball officials consider him for their team Ray and his Dad know that the Philippines considered him first.

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    Michael Palarca played last night against VMI (they beat kentucky the other night)

    Only played 19 minutes...3 points (1-5 fg) 3 asst. 4 TO 2 steals....

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex15
    Ray Parks will be coming here for toroman's camp....
    If Ray Parks can spare time from his busy sked in the US hope the other players would also give importance to this national endeavor.

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    Full Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown / Highschool
    00 Jared Ramirez Fr. PG 6-0 170 Sheffield Village, Ohio / Brookside
    3 Michael Murray Fr. PG 5-10 165 Washington, D.C. / Sidwell Friends School
    5 Josh Merritt Fr. PG 5-8 172 San Francisco, Calif. / International
    11 Mike Loll Sr. G/F 6-5 195 Davison, Mich. / Davison
    12 Omari Hall Sr. G 6-1 170 Detroit, Mich. / Cranbrook Kingswood
    13 Pat Bernhard So. G 6-1 175 Sleepy Hollow, Ill. / Dundee-Crown
    15 Ryan Magiera So. F 6-5 195 Louisville, Colo. / Monarch
    20 Colin Sallee Sr. G 6-1 180 New Albany, Ohio / New Albany
    21 Jon Selzer Fr. C 6-9 235 Potomac, Maryland / Winston Churchill
    22 Jordan Beard Sr. G 5-11 185 Oberlin, Ohio / Oberlin
    24 Marcus Johnson Fr. PG 6-0 180 Winter Spring, Fla. / Central Florida Christian Academy
    25 Hal Sundt Fr. G/F 6-3 175 Rochester, Minn. / Rochester Mayo
    31 James Kuntz Fr. G 6-0 170 Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood
    32 Dahsan Gary Fr. F 6-5 195 Sedalia, Colo. / Douglas County
    35 James Tompsett So. F/C 6-6 210 Chicago, Ill. / Middlesex (Mass.)
    42 Joe Dilworth Fr. SG 6-3 180 Yarmouth, Maine / Yarmouth
    44 Dylan Venable So. G/F 6-3 195 Santa Cruz, Calif. / Harbor
    50 Jacob Goldstein Fr. G 6-0 175 Evanston, Ill. / Roycemore
    52 Mazi Farris Fr. G/F 6-2 165 Chicago, Ill. / Jones College Prep
    55 Gian Chiu So. C 6-9 225 Philippines / Desert Christian (Calif.)
    Coaching Staff
    Name Title
    Isaiah Cavaco Head Men's Basketball Coach
    Brett Nichols Associate Head Men's Basketball Coach
    Mitch Gillam Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
    Zach Kantouros Volunteer Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

    Check-out no. 21,listed as 6'9'' aswell but he looks taller than Gian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Punksnotdead


    Full Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown / Highschool
    00 Jared Ramirez Fr. PG 6-0 170 Sheffield Village, Ohio / Brookside
    3 Michael Murray Fr. PG 5-10 165 Washington, D.C. / Sidwell Friends School
    5 Josh Merritt Fr. PG 5-8 172 San Francisco, Calif. / International
    11 Mike Loll Sr. G/F 6-5 195 Davison, Mich. / Davison
    12 Omari Hall Sr. G 6-1 170 Detroit, Mich. / Cranbrook Kingswood
    13 Pat Bernhard So. G 6-1 175 Sleepy Hollow, Ill. / Dundee-Crown
    15 Ryan Magiera So. F 6-5 195 Louisville, Colo. / Monarch
    20 Colin Sallee Sr. G 6-1 180 New Albany, Ohio / New Albany
    21 Jon Selzer Fr. C 6-9 235 Potomac, Maryland / Winston Churchill
    22 Jordan Beard Sr. G 5-11 185 Oberlin, Ohio / Oberlin
    24 Marcus Johnson Fr. PG 6-0 180 Winter Spring, Fla. / Central Florida Christian Academy
    25 Hal Sundt Fr. G/F 6-3 175 Rochester, Minn. / Rochester Mayo
    31 James Kuntz Fr. G 6-0 170 Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood
    32 Dahsan Gary Fr. F 6-5 195 Sedalia, Colo. / Douglas County
    35 James Tompsett So. F/C 6-6 210 Chicago, Ill. / Middlesex (Mass.)
    42 Joe Dilworth Fr. SG 6-3 180 Yarmouth, Maine / Yarmouth
    44 Dylan Venable So. G/F 6-3 195 Santa Cruz, Calif. / Harbor
    50 Jacob Goldstein Fr. G 6-0 175 Evanston, Ill. / Roycemore
    52 Mazi Farris Fr. G/F 6-2 165 Chicago, Ill. / Jones College Prep
    55 Gian Chiu So. C 6-9 225 Philippines / Desert Christian (Calif.)
    Coaching Staff
    Name Title
    Isaiah Cavaco Head Men's Basketball Coach
    Brett Nichols Associate Head Men's Basketball Coach
    Mitch Gillam Assistant Men's Basketball Coach
    Zach Kantouros Volunteer Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

    Check-out no. 21,listed as 6'9'' aswell but he looks taller than Gian.

    No. 21 looks at first taller but in the picture the Head of Jon Selzer is tilted upwards (observe that his neck looks longer than the rest) while Gian Chiu is facing downwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy
    No. 21 looks at first taller but in the picture the Head of Jon Selzer is tilted upwards (observe that his neck looks longer than the rest) while Gian Chiu is facing downwards.

    Maybe your right

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    they are just the same!!! [English or provide translation]
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    let me brighten that photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolabasket
    let me brighten that photo

    still the same, no. 21 has his head tilted upwards whle Gian's head is the other way. But it seems Gian still has a lot of baby fat. Just hope his weight does not affect his agility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy
    still the same, no. 21 has his head tilted upwards whle Gian's head is the other way. But it seems Gian still has a lot of baby fat. Just hope his weight does not affect his agility.



    Hummm.... No. 21's neck is a little bit longer than No. 55 don't you think? I might be wrong

    And only Gian had this smile of confidence as a starter for the team.....the rest....I am not sure.....
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    ^Well, less of your neck will be visible if your head is tilted down. Either that, or Gian has a bigger head

    #21 is so darned thin.
    Keep running, big boy.

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    one thing you can notice, they are all wearing the same adidas shoes.
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    The coach ergo the school is sponsored by Adidas. Individual players are not allowed to be sponsored by shoe firms like in the Philippines. Their uniform and their shoes are either supplied or purchased from funds coming from Adidas. That is how they do business in the States. Lucky schools like UNC gets their whole athletic program sponsored by the same shoe firm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUE HORSE
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    The coach ergo the school is sponsored by Adidas. Individual players are not allowed to be sponsored by shoe firms like in the Philippines. Their uniform and their shoes are either supplied or purchased from funds coming from Adidas. That is how they do business in the States. Lucky schools like UNC gets their whole athletic program sponsored by the same shoe firm.
    actually this is also done in some schools here like Ateneo and La Salle who have alumni boosters which have strong connections with the shoe firms. Like last UAAP season, it was also Adidas who sponsored both the Green Archers and Blue Eagles.




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    I look for Gian Chiu to have these stats that are not preposterous and a subject for him to exceed

    5.8 pts per game 7.3 rebounds per game 1.2 blocks per game 11.8 mntsprg

    Likewise, straight A's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordOfLeyte
    I look for Gian Chiu to have these stats that are not preposterous and a subject for him to exceed

    5.8 pts per game 7.3 rebounds per game 1.2 blocks per game 11.8 mntsprg

    Likewise, straight A's.
    if he had double digit on rebounds his stats wouldn't be bad at all
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