Cool_Enz wrote: »
Is Ray Parks even eligible to take part in this year's PBA Rookie Draft? The UAAP has this "Don Allado rule" wherein a UAAP player can't be drafted by a PBA team in the same year. So a player who wants to play in the UAAP this year cannot take part in August's draft. Those who want to play one more year in the UAAP will have to wait for next year's draft. I'm not sure, though, if this rule is still applicable at present. :socool:
Big Ticket wrote: »
^and SMC could pressure him to join the draft since both sanmig & ginebra could get the top overall pick... Bayad nya na rin yun sa SMC for taking care of his father...
roundtablepizza wrote: »
Since Ray Parks would most likely be picked by an SMC team and possibly this year's #1, mostly likely Greg would be picked #2.
Most people would pick "popular" names in the draft which includes Sangalang and Pascual, but I'd go for the underrated players. If Petron has picks this year, I would like them to pick Camus and Fortuna. It's not because they're from UST, but they will be underrated compared to the other names on the list.
Imagine energy guys Tubid and Camus playing side by side, I'd say we'd have a combo that can out hustle Abueva of Alaska. And Fortuna would be a real PG, and would not resort to hero-ball.
sammael wrote: »
^He is playing in the PBA DLeague (Informatics).
tambayan101 wrote: »
1. San Mig Coffee - getting the rights to Global's first round pick
2. Rain Or Shine - getting the rights to Barako's first round pick
3. Ginebra - getting the rights to Air 21's first round pick
-- from sir JPM's post
If above will not change, Meralco may target ROS' pick. Then Meralco may end up with either Parks (talent) or Slaughter (necessity). Mahirap lagpasan ng San Mig si Parks
Btw, Bobby Parks Sr was San Mig Beermen's head coach in Asean Basketball League