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ano ba laro ni ellis at hodge? hindi ako nanood masyado ng d-league
nung may napanood ako konting games nila pati iyong sinag pilipinas parang ordinary lang naman, magagaling ba itong mga ito
Someone asked Noli Eala about the Draft eligibility of Chris Banchero who had a recent stint in ABL like Pringle. Sir Eala said, one more year in ABL before he can apply in the PBA draft. He assumes that there is no need to have residency in the D-League and that Two years stint in the ABL suffices that eligibility rule.
This needs to be clarified though.
1 and 2 spot those killer crossovers, hop step & floater & even quick jab step off the dribble this man is for real, high bet for caliber point guard, Jason Castro 2.0 I doubt damn I know this man how he works out against much taller players during amateur days in US, if he didn't commit such mistake back then probably his playing in NBDL or another Fil-Am to set foot in the NBA, remains on the brink of endless hope Stanley will take part on the up-coming PBA Rookie Draft in August 2012, until then Indonesian team in ABL will hold Stanley Pringle for at least one year or so with written contract signed by him.
Stanley Pringle is willing to play for Smart Gilas
The former Univeristy of Pittsburg's ace point guard and teammate of Rain Or Shine's import Jamelle Cornley is willing to play for our National Team: Smart Gilas.
After playing on several leagues in Europe, Pringle took down the Asean Basketball League by storm as he brought the Indosia Warriors to the Finals with his 17.71 points, 4.43 rebounds, 4.86 assist average.
His quick first step, ankle breakers and deadly penetrations was pretty evident that he is a class above them.
It was also confirmed by the Philippine National Team Coach Chot Reyes
Last edited by gerald23; Jul 11, 2012 at 02:33 AM.
By Rommel C. Manlosa
THE Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) is still hopeful that Cebuano beanpole June Mar Fajardo will be joining this year’s Rookie Draft, which is slated on Aug. 19 at the Robinson’s Midtown in Malate, Manila.
This came despite the earlier announcement of the University of Cebu Webmasters team manager and Fajardo’s mentor and legal adviser Atty. Baldomero Estenzo that the 6’10” center from Pinamungajan will only join the draft if San Miguel Corp. franchise team Petron Blaze Boosters will get the No.1 pick.
Fajardo still has two years in his contract with the San Miguel Beermen playing in the Asean Basketball League (ABL). Also making it harder for other PBA teams to negotiate is the fact that Fajardo is receiving a salary which is more than that what the top rookie pick will get as allowed by the salary cap.
Aantayin pa nyan ang lottery draw.
san ipaglalalagay ng petron ang players nila? ang dami tapos mga quality player pa..ittrade kaya?
'Yan ang kapalit. I think it's the right call for MVP.
If i were petron let go either santos or jwas then pick hodge at fajardo.. Or if they want trade either jwash or arwind to alaska for the current pick of this draft para 1-2-3 na naman ang ma draft nila then get fajardo, hodge and ellis or abueva.
Then let rajko be the coach
Actually what Petron needs is to define each player's role. I think they're at lost. Another is the desire to win is missing. And lastly, the pacing of the game. They always have the lead even a big lead in the early canto but come to stretch, they always came short. Banderang kapos ika nga.
Is it me or something but stanley pringles game reminds me of Bo mccalebb!?!?