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    UAAP Players Dominate PBA Rosters (as of 2012 Governors' Cup)

    UAAP players dominate PBA rosters, 2012 draft candidates
    RENEE FOPALAN AND ADRIAN DY, GMA NEWS August 16, 2012 8:24pm


    Forty-five percent of the current players in the PBA came from a UAAP school, with 30 percent of the incoming draft class sharing their roots.

    Out of the 153 players that were listed on a PBA roster during the 2012 PBA Governors' Cup, 69 of them came from a UAAP school, compared to just 26 players, or 17 percent, from the NCAA.

    In fact, there is a higher percentage of players who came from American colleges, 39 players to be precise, or 26 percent, than those that came from one of the eight NCAA schools at the beginning of the millennium.

    The remaining 19 came from non-UAAP, non-NCAA colleges, or institutions that have only recently become members of the NCAA, such as Lyceum of the Philippines University and Emilio Aguinaldo College.

    In Sunday's 2012 PBA Draft, players from the UAAP once again fill the ranks of the aspirants, with 21 of the 71 initial prospects coming from that league.

    Fifteen players come from the United States, while 14 come from the NCAA.

    Surprisingly, 21 do not come from one of the aforementioned sources, equaling the amount from the UAAP.

    Going back to the PBA, there are currently 69 UAAP players already playing in the pros, and a solid 20 percent came from De La Salle University, with another 20 percent, or 14 players, hailing from the University of the East.

    Ateneo and UST players come a close second, with 11 each from Katipunan and España, or 16 percent.

    FEU (10 players), UP, (5 players), NU (3 players) and Adamson (3 players), round out the list.

    Meanwhile, a similar break down of NCAA schools shows that most of the players from that league come from San Sebastian College, with 8 of their 26 representatives being former Golden Stags.

    Letran is second-most, with six former Knights, followed by San Beda College with four Red Lions, and PCU, prior to leaving the league, sending four Dolphins to the professional ranks.

    St. Benilde and Jose Rizal University has two players each, while the University of Perpetual Help and the Mapua Institute of Technology Cardinals have none. - AMD, GMA News


    source: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story...aft-candidates

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    c/o gmanews.tv

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    Kung pinapayagan ng PBA na magkaroon ng 5 Fil-Foreigners per team, yung 26% pwedeng umabot ng ~35% if all teams maximizes that rule. Marami ng kaagaw ang mga local college ballers.

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    uaap should dominate ncaa in recruitment, of course universities will always be bigger than colleges

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    Quote Originally Posted by tambayan101 View Post
    UAAP players dominate PBA rosters, 2012 draft candidates
    University of Perpetual Help and the Mapua Institute of Technology Cardinals have none. - AMD, GMA News
    This season, Mapua has a representative in Yousef Taha. Mapua is the same school that produced Alvin Patriminio, one of the greatest Filipino basketball players of all-time.

    As for Perpetual Help, I believe the greatest player this school has produced is Bong Hawkins.

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    Proud Thomasian. Sana makapasok sa PBA sila Teng, Mariano, Ferrer.

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    Lamang na lamang kasi ang mga UAAP schools sa pag recruit ng mga players. Saka in the last 10 years sina Jason Castro, Kerby Raymundo, and Calvin Abueva lang yung naging Superstars na nanggaling sa NCAA teams.

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    Interesting that the almost 7-peat NCAA champs have a measly 15% of players from NCAA schools, and that either they're not on the rotation, or is on rotation but on sh!tty teams.

    There were also finals where they don't players on either finalists' rosters, while other NCAA teams have some.

    Interesting too is DLSU and UE getting a LION's share of PBA players from the UAAP: almost half came from both schools. UE especially since only Paul Lee has been a legit PBA player from that school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drahow ein Ente View Post
    Interesting that the almost 7-peat NCAA champs have a measly 15% of players from NCAA schools, and that either they're not on the rotation, or is on rotation but on sh!tty teams.

    There were also finals where they don't players on either finalists' rosters, while other NCAA teams have some.
    Ilang ring si Sam Ekwe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drahow ein Ente View Post
    Interesting that the almost 7-peat NCAA champs have a measly 15% of players from NCAA schools, and that either they're not on the rotation, or is on rotation but on sh!tty teams.

    There were also finals where they don't players on either finalists' rosters, while other NCAA teams have some.

    Interesting too is DLSU and UE getting a LION's share of PBA players from the UAAP: almost half came from both schools. UE especially since only Paul Lee has been a legit PBA player from that school.
    nalimutan mo yata si James Yap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cotton_on View Post
    nalimutan mo yata si James Yap?
    Oo nga noh? pati si idol paul artadi

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    Quote Originally Posted by cotton_on View Post
    nalimutan mo yata si James Yap?
    Quote Originally Posted by Drahow ein Ente View Post
    Oo nga noh? pati si idol paul artadi
    Nakalimutan niyo sina Cañaleta at Tubid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AccIdPEx View Post
    Nakalimutan niyo sina Cañaleta at Tubid.
    Shooter na ba si Canaleta nung college o late bloomer sya?

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    In fairness puro during UE's James Yap era yan (which didn't lead UE to a finals appearance, unlike Paul Lee). After them si Paul Lee na lang yung nasa rotation, unless you'd include the likes of Pari Llagas.

    Also, for some reason, parang hindi considered as from Mapua si Yousef Taha. Ibang school ang naka-lista sa kanya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renaissance11 View Post
    uaap should dominate ncaa in recruitment, of course universities will always be bigger than colleges
    di ba universities din sa ncaa? di kaya bulok lang talaga ibang players ng ncaa...

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    I see many potential PBA players in the NCAA at present, including some rookies.

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    Gusto niyo malaman bakit? Try niyo manood ng UAAP and then manood din kayo ng NCAA. Yung mga tipong hndi laban ng SBC at letran, yung tipong JRU EAC etc lang. Ako sorry ha tinatry ko naman however lagi talaga akong nakakatulog. Nakakatulog di dahil pagod na sa work, nkakatulog dahil nakakaantok *** laban e. Mas ok pa yung juniors (high school ) level nila kesa sa seniors level nila. Ang problema etong mga high school star player nila ay lilipat ng UAAP. Isang pang magiging dahilan ng pag ka matay or pag kahina ng liga na to ay ikaw ba naman ilagay sa aksynTV sino gaganahang manood dito.

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    Pare mag kaiba ang university sa colleges lang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernando_hierro View Post
    di ba universities din sa ncaa? di kaya bulok lang talaga ibang players ng ncaa...
    No, di ata lahat.

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