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Wow may fair trade pa pala. Parang ok naman yung Pena for Sharma + Celino. But Jondan for Kramer - hell no! Kramer's a monster and Jondan's a benched fat kid.
Has the SMC Powerade raid begun?
oi kayo nagsabi nun na meron exclusive rights at nabili na kuno ng SMC ang POW. wala ako alam sa ganyan,tahimik lang ako.
Back to trade talk. methinks a Kramer-Penisi deal is fair kahit mejo matanda na si Mic. Kramer-Salvador+1st round pick is also fair.
Humihirit na naman si Artadi.Paul Artadi @Paul_Artadi16
Susunod na trade nyan si Casio mapunta ng Petron, si Cortez sa Powerade at si Cabagnot sa Ginebra #hulangbolangcrystal #3waytrade
The Blaze Boosters, who earlier traded for super rookie Marcio Lassiter, got Pena in exchange for Carlo Sharma and Celino Cruz.
PBA Commissioner Atty. Chito Salud found the trade fair for both parties and approved the deal today.
Pena was part of the blockbuster trade that included Mick Pennisi, Danny Seigle and Dondon Hontiveros in exhange for the top three picks - Noy Baclao, Rabeh Al-Hussaini and Rey Guevarra - last year.
As it stands now, Petron, which lost last year’s Al-Hussaini and wingman Rey Guevarra in the Lassiter trade, will parade a frontline that include Arwind Santos, Pena, Rob Reyes and Baclao. They will also receive a big boost once Jay Washington returns from sick bay.
Dondon Hontiveros and rookie Chris Lutz are also expected to be back from separate injuries to join Lassiter, Joseph Yeo, Alex Cabagnot and Denok Miranda in the backcourt making Petron an instant favourite to defend their Governors’ Cup title.
Meanwhile, the trade proposal swapping Powerade’s Doug Kramer and Barako Bull’s Jondan Salvador was nixed by Atty. Salud.
The proposal was sent back to both parties for further review and revision.
nelson beltran @nelbeltran
a source told me: ala yang mga player trades na yan. intayin mo trade ng teams$?%&$?&
Something to look forward to.
could anyone please try to talk some sense with noli eala and the rest of the brainless thrust of SMC basketball... the PBA is REAL basketball, REAL season.. and it's not a FANTASY league wherein you can trade, drop, and pickup players faster than you can say BOOOO!!!!
ayaw kasi magkahard cap sa salary cap e... para mapilitan magtipid at maspreadout na mga star players
Involved pala ang TNT dun sa pending trade. Hala! Baka ito na nga yung Aguilar-Villanueva deal.
since vetoed yung Kramer-Jondan trade, gagawin lang ng SMC ay dadagdagan lang nila yan ng draft pick. nagbakasakali lang si Eala kung papayag si Kume ng Jondan lang.
sa tingin ko kung matuloy ang Kramer to Barako, Kramer will eventually land sa BMEG since sa 3 SMC teams, BMEG ang manipis sa bigs.