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Come to think of it sa tingen ko hindi si RSA ang pumipigil sa SMC players para sa NT may duda akong si Mr.Boy disbarred ang may kagagawan hanggang ngayon hindi parin maka move on
Kung talagang pinipigilan, sana pati si enrico dinedma na rin nya yung national pool
yung post #290
Twelve of the 16 players named by national coach Chot Reyes have already signed the commitment letters.
They are Enrico Villanueva of Barangay Ginebra, Jimmy Alapag, Jayson Castro, Kelly Williams, Ranidel de Ocampo, Larry Fonacier and Ryan Reyes of Talk ‘N Text, Gary David and Marcio Lassiter of Powerade, LA Tenorio and Sonny Thoss of Alaska and Gabe Norwood of Rain or Shine.
Part of the players’ commitment is to devote full time and effort to Smart Gilas in the off-season until the FIBA-Asia Championships in September, 2013 and even possibly the FIBA World Championships in September, 2014.
Villanueva was first to sign the commitment letter on March 29 followed by Norwood the next day. Tenorio signed on March 31.
Kung talagang pinipigilan ang mga SMC palayers, iisnabin din dapat ni enrico yan
baka naman kase matre-trade na yan outside smc si enrico kaya pinayagan.
Arwind Santos, who added 31 points for the Vets, also hauled down 18 rebounds, tying him with Kerby
Raymundo, who had the same total in the 2009 edition, for most boards in a game.
dapat pinaglaro si Douthit sa RSJ para may laban sila...