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    :: 2014 UAAP Season 77 MBT Champion (NU Bulldogs) ::

    Congrats NU Bulldogs (champion)!
    Congrats FEU Tamaraws (1st runner up)!


    record crowd @ 25,138 (game 3)!!!


    2nd largest crowd @ 24,896 (game 2)!

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    First!

    Congrats Bulldogs!

    Favorite do-or-die game, yung playoff against UE.

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    buzzketball‏
    @dbuzzketball



    @kyle_neypes grabs the chance to handshake anne curtis...nainggit si pao at renren o

    @kyle_neypes Sya yung unang nakipagkamay eh..tas gumaya na lht..si aroga lang ata ang di nakakakilala Kay anne..

    @dbuzzketball papalabas na ng araneta si Anne Curtis kahapon pero hinabol pa siya ng NU Bulldogs para magpa-picture....

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    Inquirer's front page...

    @dbuzzketball

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    National U and De La salle are not competing in the Unigames. Ateneo de manila though is

    Ironic.. the last 6 games of NU were 1 playoff against UE, 2 Final 4 vs. Ateneo, & 3 Finals vs. FEU. Lahat ng panalo nila, sa Araneta.

    Ang nag-iisang talo nila, sa mOA Arena nilaro. MOA Arena is their homeground, kung saan may sarili pa silang dugout.

    Source: @dbuzzketball

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakitsabangs View Post
    National U and De La salle are not competing in the Unigames. Ateneo de manila though is

    Ironic.. the last 6 games of NU were 1 playoff against UE, 2 Final 4 vs. Ateneo, & 3 Finals vs. FEU. Lahat ng panalo nila, sa Araneta.

    Ang nag-iisang talo nila, sa mOA Arena nilaro. MOA Arena is their homeground, kung saan may sarili pa silang dugout.

    Source: @dbuzzketball
    ganun talaga, mahirap manalo sa homecourt

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    ue, up, adu and ust must step up

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    mukhang tig iisang condo ang ibibigay sa mga players

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    Galing naman talaga ang ginawa ng NU BULLDOGS!
    Wala silang "star players" pero hard work at teamwork lang talaga. Walang sisihan kung bakit natalo last year sa UST. Di tulad ng ibang coaches na panay hanap ng scapegoat kung hindi referees, players naman ang sinisisi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tambayan101 View Post
    mukhang tig iisang condo ang ibibigay sa mga players
    Ang nabasa ko sa isang website na sinabi ni Hans Sy:

    “I have thought of something that would take care of their families,”

    Trabaho kaya?

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    Can NU Bulldogs repeat as UAAP champs without Betayene, Rosario, Khobuntin?

    DOES National University have what it takes to make it back-to-back?

    It still remains to be seen but in order for the Bulldogs to win a second straight championship, they have to do it without four of their big men including Most Improved Player Troy Rosario and back-up center Henri Betayene.

    “Butas na butas talaga kami (next season),” said NU coach Eric Altamirano. “We don’t know kung sino ang ipapalit namin.”

    Aside from Betayene and Rosario, the Bulldogs will also play in Season 78 without reliable veteran Glenn Khobuntin and Tristan Perez.

    The four losses will definitely affect the strength of the Bulldogs in their title defense next year especially with the other teams expected to be stronger including Ateneo and La Salle, which will have high profile players such as Blue Eagle Jerie Pingoy and Green Archer Ben Mbala already eligible next season.

    “Definitely, we are going to be less competitive next year,” Altamirano said.

    However, Altamirano stressed he is not downplaying the Bulldogs’ title chances next year especially after they won Season 77 crown without their top players Bobby Ray Parks and Emmanuel Mbe, their leading scorers from the season before.

    Gelo Alolino still has one year remaining for the Bulldogs and along with Finals MVP will Alfred Aroga will be tasked to lead a young core that includes J-jay Alejandro, Kyle Neypes, Nico Javelona, and Rev Diputado. Jeff Javillonar is also set to return next year after a season-ending ACL injury during the offseason. NU also has a deep pool in Team B.

    “Who knows? This year, akala namin pupulutin lang kami sa kangkungan. So you’ll never know. Maybe this player will step up, another player will step up,” said Altamirano.

    Winning Season 77 will also go a long way for the Bulldogs’ chances next year.

    “For us, winning the title is a breakthrough. Just like Ateneo and La Salle, when they won the championship, it was a breakthrough. I hope this is just the start. The culture should be there and winning tradition is there,” said Altamirano.

    Source: http://spin.ph/basketball/uaap/news/...ric-altamirano

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    Credits: Dave Wilson Yu facebook (facebook.com/welovedaveyu)

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    Anne Curtis was present in the game to hand out an award. (Czeasar Dancel/NPPA Images)

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    From: UAAP - NCAA Memes

    Anne Curtis just added an insult to the injury. ‪#‎Damn‬



    Photo Credit:
    Yvan Condes
    BurnSports

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    10 great memories of the UAAP season 77 Finals

    Championship games make great basketball memories. Here are some stories from the NU-FEU Finals that you’ll love sharing with your friends.

    1 Sportsmanship. After the Bulldogs won game 2, a bunch of Tamaraw fans in the box section waited for the players to exit the court.

    “NU, ang galing niyo,” they shouted at the Bulldogs as the players passed them by. They also gave the players the thumbs up sign.

    And when their own team passed by, they hollered, “Heads up, guys! Wala kayong dapat ikahiya.”

    2 Selfies galore. The Bulldogs took the time to join their fans to do selfies with the team. Those photos are going to make one heck of a profile picture.

    3 Shine your lights on. NU fans turned their blue light sticks on that were distributed earlier. FEU responded by flashing their smartphones and tablets with uniform green screens. The images have been uploaded on social media.

    4 Facial pride. Both NU and FEU had volunteers stationed outside the gates of Smart Araneta Coliseum, offering free face paint to their schoolmates.

    5 Historic series. Those who followed the championship series saw how the FEU Bulldogs ended their 60-year title drought. They also made history by becoming the first fourth-seeded team to win the crown since the adoption of the Final Four system.

    6 Record-breaking crowd. A record-breaking 24,896 fans watched game 2 at the Big Dome. The figures were further eclipsed a week later in game 3 with a whopping 25,000-plus spectators. It was the biggest crowd for a basketball game at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

    7 DIY banners. Not all banners were printed on tarpaulin. Some of them were lovingly handmade. Some were even made just before the actual game.

    8 Cheer up. Nothing could ever beat being with your schoolmates and shouting your hearts out with cheers to show support for your team.

    9 “We, not me.” We saw how the “we, not me” attitude played out in the third game of the finals. NU had a beast in Finals MVP Alfred Aroga, but he didn’t have high-caliber superstars by his side. Instead, he had the support of players who were coming off the bench only last year, like Glenn Khobuntin, Gelo Alolino, and JJay Alejandro.

    10 Snaking ticket line. Lining up to enter the Big Dome was a story in itself that you would want to recount in the future. But the queue at game 3 snaked three times before reaching the ticket booths.

    Source: http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/174787...ason-77-finals

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