Good job! Ganda ng laban..
ABOUT | RAIN OR SHINE ELASTO PAINTERS
The Rain or Shine Elasto Painters debuted in the PBA in 2006 (then known as the Welcoat Dragons). Known for their physical play, they were the 2012 PBA Governor's Cup champions and feature the imposing Extra Rice Inc. tandem of JR Quinahan and Beau Belga.
Good win..steady free throw shooting sa end game..
haha .. classic si coach yeng .. teamwork at its best to .. sana makabawe tayo sa TNT .
surprise player talaga si Jervy .. taas ng shooting percentage sa labas. sana ok alng pala si paul lee ,naumpog yung ulo niya amp.
Bruno, aba indi pedeng madakdakan ka ng 6 times ba ..talon nemen dyen.. ano na naman kaya sasabihin ni coach yeng sa kanya.
Good win for ROS in spite of the officiating. Fuol trouble si Sundov, Lee, Quinahan. Halatang halata yung refs grabe
kung foul yun tinawag sa galaw ni sundov on his 5th foul, then why not call on an obvious foul on macklin on jireh ibanez's drive??? nakakainis talaga ang mga tawag ng refs kagabi... pati yun F1 kay beau is very questionable..
first quarter pa lang kinalabaw na ni Bigbou si baracael. hanggang sa 4th quarter nangalabaw parin.hindi pinatawad kahit import
SUNDOV- nakadalawang games kana brad ah. next game kung ganyan ka padin sigurado may kalalagyan ka.
Strategic, shrewd move on the part of Yeng Guiao here. He knows where he's speaking - having been a former Commissioner in the PBL himself.
He understands that asking for the referees' head would mean antagonizing the entire referees' group which may be counter-productive for them. Instead, Guiao sought for clarification, not dwelling on personalities, but specific issues on how Bruno Sundov can steer clear from fouls.
Note that Guiao took the opportune time to make this request even after they won the questioned game against Ginebra. Doing this gives Guiao a certain level of ascendancy that he's not merely complaining but is looking at it at the general interest of the league. It's something Commissioner Salud won't be able to turn down.
The question remains though if Sundov will stay. Knowing Guiao, he will probably stick with his import unless he turns out to be a headcase, or couldn't adjust to the calls being made. I'm uncertain if Sundov is the right import for the E-Painters to take them to their third straight trip to the Finals and a possible second championship. But with Guiao sticking to Duke Crews last season, it may not be surprising if Sundov winds up finishing the tournament - but not after getting fully adjusted to the PBA game.
IMO, kaya hindi na nagawang magpalit ng import ang Ros last season dahil narin siguro sa format ng tournament (9 games in elimination),kung makahanap man sila ng magaling na import sigurado mangangapa pa yun at mas lalong mababaon sa standing ang Ros. blessing na din siguro na hindi maganda ang ranking nila noon dahil napunta si Chris tiu sa ROs. but with Bruno's perpormance at yung pagkahilig nya sa foul, i doubt na baka papalitan sya. 9 - 8 games are still enuf para makapag adjust ang bagong import.
but im still hoping na maganda ang laro ni Sundov sa friday, napakalaki kasi ng height advantage nya. kahit hindi sya tumalon nakakuha parin sya ng rebounds. plus yung intimidation nya pag nasa loob sya, ang daming slasher na nag hehisitate pag nandon sya sa loob.
panu pala makakakuha ng Ros pin?
Why would ROS change their import? You dont need a dominant import as long as you're winning. Why fix if it ain't broke?
sabi nga hindi araw2 pasko. maswerte lang talaga ang Ros sa kanilang last 2 games dahil nagawa nilang ipanalo kahit wala silang import. i doubt if they still won if it hapenned against TNT, ALASKA, PETRON or SMCM.
Tama,indi araw araw pasko..pag ganyan na wlang import end game mataas ang chance matalo..i wont judge bruno first,lets see mga 3 games pa. Tsaka sa playoffs iba na ang intensity at well scouted na ang bawat teams kung palarin ulet..Kelangan magdominate ni bruno next game..bawe **** pagod na locals.
Anyone knows kung ilang draft pick/picks ng ros this coming draft? I think theyve got another 1st from the old air21 which is now barako (via sol & jr reyes trade)
They have 2 - their own and Barako's 2013 first round pick (courtesy of the Sol Mercado trade)
In 2014, they'll also have 2 - their own and Meralco's first round pick (courtesy of the Ronjay Buenafe trade)
It's possible. Although Yeng definitely likes to work with hardworking youngsters who he can develop into the kind of player that he wants them to be. Names like Enrico Villanueva, Mick Pennisi, Cyrus Baguio, Leo Najorda, Larry Fonacier, Lordy Tugade, Junthy Valenzuela, Paul Lee, Jeff Chan, etc. all started with him.
What Yeng wants is a center though. Remember how he offered all 4 first round picks to Alaska for Sonny Thoss? That's how much he covets the 6'7 slotman - the one guy that Yeng thinks can lead him to his first PHL Cup championship.
^^add carlo sharma.. i believe sa kanya na resurrect ang career ni sharma.. parang nag semi-retirement na nga nun si sharma eh. actually, dun ako naging guiao believer when he was able to help sharma. i never thought sharma would be that good then..