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  1. #4401

  2. #4402
    Quote Originally Posted by Kimpoy17 View Post
    Balita mga pre?
    Oo nga. Wala ba updates?

  3. #4403
    Wala nga updates haha 2 more months musta recruits natin diyan? Pwede ba manood practice ng players? If pwede what time?

  4. #4404
    Quote Originally Posted by streetfood View Post
    Wala nga updates haha 2 more months musta recruits natin diyan? Pwede ba manood practice ng players? If pwede what time?
    Parang ang hirap manood since sa Diliman na sila based di ba?

  5. #4405
    I'm not sure pero baka kasali pa rin sila sa Got Skills?

    Update? Muntikan na atang may 2 members kayo na mawala sa team. Pero nakabalik na. 17 players lahat ngayon so may isang matatanggal. Sino kaya?

  6. #4406
    Quote Originally Posted by inghinyero View Post
    I'm not sure pero baka kasali pa rin sila sa Got Skills?

    Update? Muntikan na atang may 2 members kayo na mawala sa team. Pero nakabalik na. 17 players lahat ngayon so may isang matatanggal. Sino kaya?
    Woaah. Sino *** 2? PM mo ko.

  7. #4407
    pm naman dyan haha im from qc so pweded naman manood ako

  8. #4408
    Both of them, hindi naglaro vs La Salle. :-)

  9. #4409
    Parang nasa bakasyon pa sila? Seeing pictures na nasa Baguio si Orizu and et al

  10. #4410
    Quote Originally Posted by princepaul21 View Post
    Parang nasa bakasyon pa sila? Seeing pictures na nasa Baguio si Orizu and et al
    Ang alam ko ay 10 days lang bakasyon nila and they were here already last July 4. May pics rin ako nakita sa instagram na nagtretraining sila sa gym

  11. #4411

  12. #4412
    Quote Originally Posted by streetfood View Post
    Denila , Ron , ebona?
    Dennison? Di siguro. Vital player siya this season despite having limited playing time. Almost lahat naman nagagamit.

  13. #4413
    Quote Originally Posted by princepaul21 View Post
    Dennison? Di siguro. Vital player siya this season despite having limited playing time. Almost lahat naman nagagamit.
    2 out of 3. Yung isa dyan naka-jersey kaya.

    Anyway, balik na rin naman sila sa line-up e

  14. #4414
    Is Gilas proof that FEU has the best basketball program?



    Mac Belo, RR Pogoy, Mike Tolomia, Carl Bryan Cruz, and Raymar Jose are all part of the active cadet lineup for Gilas and all of them will see action in either the Jones Cup or the Southeast Asian games.
    Here's a hot take: the FEU basketball program is the best in the Philippines.

    Okay, *arguably* the best.

    Need proof? Well, just look at Gilas Pilipinas, our national team for basketball.

    Mac Belo, RR Pogoy, Mike Tolomia, Carl Bryan Cruz, and Raymar Jose are all part of the active cadet lineup for Gilas and all of them will see action in either the Jones Cup or the Southeast Asian games.

    In the case of Tolomia, Jose, and Cruz, they will play in both tournaments.

    Six Tamaraws actually make up the Gilas cadets although the towering Russel Escoto is still recovering from a knee injury.

    Although not all of them are in the PBA yet, this specific core of Tamaraws that current TNT mentor Nash Racela coached went to two UAAP Finals and won one championship.

    Last season, Jose's FEU was one nullified basket away from advancing to a third-straight UAAP Finals appearance.

    "Masaya kami kasi marami kaming FEU players na kasama dito [Gilas Pilipinas] as one team. Parang nakita namin na nagbunga yung hard work namin nung nasa FEU pa kami. Laking pasalamat din namin kay coach Nash kasi kung hindi dahil sa kanya hindi kami ganito. Siya yung nagturo samin talaga ng tamang landas," Pogoy said on the Gilas Tamaraws.

    "Masayang-masaya sa pakiramdam kasi ang FEU well-represented. Kumbaga one family kami. Nagpapatunay lang talaga na maganda programa ng FEU -- hanggang dito nakaabot sa national team," Cruz added.

    FEU's roots in the Philippine national team runs deep. Terrence Romeo, who was one of the seniors at Morayta to all of these "cadets", is one of the cornerstones of the PBA version of the Gilas squad.

    Sure, he only had one tour of duty with Team Pilipinas eight years ago, San Miguel's Arwind Santos is still a former FEU Tamaraw.

    Even in the PBA, Tamaraws run amok. The latest revelation is RR Garcia, the former UAAP MVP who looks like he finally found a home with the KaTropa under Racela.

    "Nakikita naman ng tao na maraming FEU sa pros at ngayon sa Gilas. Very thankful ako na nakasali rin ako sa program ng FEU," Jose, who is expected to declare his name in the upcoming PBA draft said.

    "Isa sa best talaga yung FEU, yung program ng FEU. Alam naman natin, hindi lang sa Gilas, sa PBA ang dami din eh. Sila Terrence, RR, ang dami din dun na FEU. Yun din yung proof na iba yung program ng FEU," Pogoy added.

    And although this core of Tamaraws ultimately only contributed one UAAP championship to FEU's grand total of 20, the fact remains that this group is one of the best, if not the best, in recent memory.

    Just look at our national team for one second.

    Asked what makes the FEU program so special, Pogoy stated a reason that goes beyond basketball.

    "Siguro ano, ang kaibahan sa FEU isa is yung mga player dun, hindi mayaman kaagad," the TNT rookie said.

    "Alam mo yung pursigido talaga lahat para ma-reach nila yung goal talaga nila dahil sa kahirapan, yung mga ganun," he added.

    FEU has *arguably* the best basketball program in the Philippines right now. Just look at our national team.



    ---

    Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8

  15. #4415
    Quote Originally Posted by princepaul21 View Post
    Is Gilas proof that FEU has the best basketball program?

    http://data-sports.abs-cbn.com/dev/a...iber-image.jpg

    Mac Belo, RR Pogoy, Mike Tolomia, Carl Bryan Cruz, and Raymar Jose are all part of the active cadet lineup for Gilas and all of them will see action in either the Jones Cup or the Southeast Asian games.
    Here's a hot take: the FEU basketball program is the best in the Philippines.

    Okay, *arguably* the best.

    Need proof? Well, just look at Gilas Pilipinas, our national team for basketball.

    Mac Belo, RR Pogoy, Mike Tolomia, Carl Bryan Cruz, and Raymar Jose are all part of the active cadet lineup for Gilas and all of them will see action in either the Jones Cup or the Southeast Asian games.

    In the case of Tolomia, Jose, and Cruz, they will play in both tournaments.

    Six Tamaraws actually make up the Gilas cadets although the towering Russel Escoto is still recovering from a knee injury.

    Although not all of them are in the PBA yet, this specific core of Tamaraws that current TNT mentor Nash Racela coached went to two UAAP Finals and won one championship.

    Last season, Jose's FEU was one nullified basket away from advancing to a third-straight UAAP Finals appearance.

    "Masaya kami kasi marami kaming FEU players na kasama dito [Gilas Pilipinas] as one team. Parang nakita namin na nagbunga yung hard work namin nung nasa FEU pa kami. Laking pasalamat din namin kay coach Nash kasi kung hindi dahil sa kanya hindi kami ganito. Siya yung nagturo samin talaga ng tamang landas," Pogoy said on the Gilas Tamaraws.

    "Masayang-masaya sa pakiramdam kasi ang FEU well-represented. Kumbaga one family kami. Nagpapatunay lang talaga na maganda programa ng FEU -- hanggang dito nakaabot sa national team," Cruz added.

    FEU's roots in the Philippine national team runs deep. Terrence Romeo, who was one of the seniors at Morayta to all of these "cadets", is one of the cornerstones of the PBA version of the Gilas squad.

    Sure, he only had one tour of duty with Team Pilipinas eight years ago, San Miguel's Arwind Santos is still a former FEU Tamaraw.

    Even in the PBA, Tamaraws run amok. The latest revelation is RR Garcia, the former UAAP MVP who looks like he finally found a home with the KaTropa under Racela.

    "Nakikita naman ng tao na maraming FEU sa pros at ngayon sa Gilas. Very thankful ako na nakasali rin ako sa program ng FEU," Jose, who is expected to declare his name in the upcoming PBA draft said.

    "Isa sa best talaga yung FEU, yung program ng FEU. Alam naman natin, hindi lang sa Gilas, sa PBA ang dami din eh. Sila Terrence, RR, ang dami din dun na FEU. Yun din yung proof na iba yung program ng FEU," Pogoy added.

    And although this core of Tamaraws ultimately only contributed one UAAP championship to FEU's grand total of 20, the fact remains that this group is one of the best, if not the best, in recent memory.

    Just look at our national team for one second.

    Asked what makes the FEU program so special, Pogoy stated a reason that goes beyond basketball.

    "Siguro ano, ang kaibahan sa FEU isa is yung mga player dun, hindi mayaman kaagad," the TNT rookie said.

    "Alam mo yung pursigido talaga lahat para ma-reach nila yung goal talaga nila dahil sa kahirapan, yung mga ganun," he added.

    FEU has *arguably* the best basketball program in the Philippines right now. Just look at our national team.



    ---

    Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8
    For me, it's FEU and La Salle for now.

  16. #4416
    Quote Originally Posted by inghinyero View Post
    For me, it's FEU and La Salle for now.
    Naks naman. Bakit mo naman nasabi?

  17. #4417
    Quote Originally Posted by princepaul21 View Post
    Naks naman. Bakit mo naman nasabi?
    I mean, sistema-wise, ha. Maayos na maayos ang programa ng FEU dahil sa panimula ni Nash. Kahit di best players, the training and the mindset is there.

  18. #4418

  19. #4419
    Quote Originally Posted by inghinyero View Post
    For me, it's FEU and La Salle for now.
    Yup, Tams and Archers ang medyo safe as of the moment.

  20. #4420
    Quote Originally Posted by cannycanine View Post
    Yup, Tams and Archers ang medyo safe as of the moment.
    Saan canny?

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