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Pre-Season Meeting Done at Estancia Mall Feb 21, 2015.
Rules and Regulation Finalized
10 out of 12 teams represented.

Rookie Camp March 2015
Tournament Proper May 2015

Rookie Invites Batch 1 - Text Messages Sent (March 4, 2015)
Rookie Invites Batch 2 - next

List of Rookies invited - will be posted soon

Team Vanguards changes monicker to Team Giants



TRADES/TRANSACTIONS

March 4, 2015 Approved

1)
LIGHTNING F Rendel Patricio
TRADE
VIPERS FG Carlos Parilla
VIPERS G Rommel Apellado

2)
SPARTANS 2nd Round Pick (2015 - Pick 1)
SPARTANS 1st Round Pick (2016)
TRADE
LIGHTNING FG Carlos Parilla

March 5, 2015
1)
LIGHTNING 2nd Round Pick (2015- pick 1)
LIGHTNING 2nd Round Pick (2015-pick 5)
LIGHTNING 2nd Round Pick (2016)
TRADE
CARDINALS G Nico Verdiano
CARDINALS CF Dennis Bartolome
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  • color_s_Kaboinkcolor_s_Kaboink PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    March 6, 2015

    VIPERS 1st Round Pick (2015-Pick 4)
    VIPERS 2nd Round Pick (2015-Pick 7)
    VIPERS Waiver Wire Placing
    TRADE
    WOLVERINES 1st Round Pick (2015-Pick 3)
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    March 20, 2015
    Toros 2015 2nd round (6th pick)
    Toros 2015 3rd round pick (3rd pick)
    TRADE
    Titans 2016 2nd Round pick
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    March 21,2015

    Three Team Trade
    TOROS gets Wolverines' 2015 waiver wire 3rd and 4th pick and Lightning's 2015 3rd round pick

    WOLVERINES acquires Lightning's 2015 waiver wire 1st pick and Toros' 2016 2nd round pick (from Titans)

    LIGHTNING gets Wolverines' 2016 2nd round pick (lower pick)



    ** lightning changes monicker to rogue squad
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    March 22, 2015

    TOROS
    2015 Waiver Picks (4th and 5th)
    2015 3rd round pick (Roque Squad)


    TRADE TO

    WALKERS
    2015 Waiver Pick (2nd)
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    FREE AGENTS (Waiver Wire)

    Andy Tugano
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Blupers/Pandas

    James Hesita*
    5’7 Guard Forward Teams Played: Titans

    Vito Delos Reyes
    5’7 Guard Teams Played: Arsenals

    Carlos Cruz
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lions / Vanguards

    Domz Ciriaco
    5'8 Forward teams played : vipers

    Louie Kuan * currently under rehab after knee surgery
    5’6 Guard Teams Played : Wolverines / Packers

    Eugene Recongco
    6’0 Center/Forward Teams Played: Lions

    James Victorio
    5’9 Forward Teams Played: Titans

    Ramil Batistel
    5’5 Guard Teams Played : Titans / Walkers

    Jan Merick Salas * currently under rehab after cal
    5'8 Forward Teams Played : Titans

    Robert Bombet Rivera
    5’7 Forward Guard Teams Played : Hoyas / Packers

    Maco Juliano
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Vipers

    Albert Rubis*
    5’7 Guard Teams Played : Vipers

    Ramil De Leon
    5’9 Forward Teams Played : Stallions

    CJ Briton
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    Sunny Geronimo
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    MJ Sito
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    Arsenio Galanida Jr
    5’5 Guard Teams Played : Vanguards / Lightning

    Reynold Enriquez
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    Reo Reotutar
    5’6 Guard Teams Played : Arsenals/ Spartans

    Ricky Velasco
    5’8 Forward / Guard Teams Played: Spartans / Titans

    Jerlo Rialp
    5’9 Forward Teams Played : Magic / Lions




    WAIVER WIRE PLACINGS
    (1 HIGHEST AND 12 LOWEST)

    1 - WOLVERINES
    2- TOROS
    3- TOROS
    4- WALKERS
    5- WALKERS
    6- SPARTANS
    7- STALLIONS
    8- CARDINALS
    9- GIANTS (Vanguards)
    10- TITANS
    11- SENTINELS
    12- WOLFPACK

    WAIVER WIRE -*

    MARCH 23, 2015 PM - DEADLINE MARCH 25, 2015 PM
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    Waiver Wire Results

    Robert Bombet Rivera (1 vie)
    playing rights goes to WALKERS

    Vito Delos Reyes (3 vies) playing rights goes to WOLVERINES

    James Victorio (3 vies)
    playing rights goes to TOROS

    Eugene Recongco (2 vies)
    playing rights goes to TOROS

    Louie Kuan (1 vie)
    playing rights goes to CARDINALS
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    ROOKIES CONFIRMED
    TOTAL 30

    * Rookie Returnee

    6’0 TO 6’5
    FRANCIS BRYAN LOPEZ 6’2 C
    MARK JOSEPH MERCADO 6’2 CF *
    ALLAN JOHN LACANILAO 6’1 F
    VLADIMIR LUCIDO 6’2 CF

    5’4 TO 5’8

    RONNIE MALANA 5’6 G
    ARVI AGUILA 5’6 G
    CHRISTOPHER BASILLIO 5’8 F
    RONALD ALANN LIM 5’8 G
    FRANCIS BENEDICT MANUEL 5’7 G
    XAVIER DELA CRUZ 5’6 G *
    JAMES ALBA 5’8 G
    JC MENDONES 5’8 F *
    MICHAEL DO-AN NG 5’5 G
    ALEX GONZALES 5’5 G
    ALVIN JAY LACERNA 5’7 F
    JOHN MERVIN TORRES 5’8 G
    CHRISTOPHER VALENCIA 5’7 G
    MARK RANDOLPH GUTIERREZ 5’8 G
    MANUEL TORDIL 5’6 G

    5’9 TO 5’11
    MARK GEORGE DEOCAMPO 5’10 FG
    REMIL IBANEZ 5’9 F
    ARIS BERGADO 5’10 F
    OWEN MABAGA 5’9 F *
    BRIAN WETACK 5’11 F
    ALF FLORES 5’10 FG *
    REGEN AGUDA 5’10 FG
    DOMINIC SANDIGAN 5’9 G
    INIGO VILLANUEVA 5’10 F *
    JAMES RUSSELL BATUSIN 5’9 F *
    RAFFY ADORNADO 5’11 FG

    UNSURE / NO REPLY YET OR FINAL CONFIRMATION
    RJAY MERCADO 5’8 FG *
    CHRIS ANGELO NATIVIDAD 5’8 G
    MICHAEL ROLAN ROSALES 5’6 G *
    ROGER ANCOG 5’8 G
    JOSEPH MACARAYA 5’9 F *
    DAVID JAMES PATRICIO 5’6 G *
    RALPH LOPEZ 5’7 F
    MICHAEL SUAREZ 5’8 G *
    TROY SERRANO 6'0 G*

    ROOKIES NOT COMING
    IMHER PALAAD 5’6 G *
    JIMMY ARABIT 5’11 F *
    HARVEY ARCILLA 5’11 F *
    FRITZ BALCRUZ 5’8 G *
    BERNARD RAYOSO JR 5’6 G
    MANUEL TORDIL 5’6 G
    ROBERT MARK RAMILLO 5’10 CF
    RALPH SHAPPIT 5’9 F *
    DANDAVE JAVIER 5’8 FG
    FROILAN BENITO 5’6 G
    AGAPE ESPALAGO 5’7 G
    ANGELO VICARIO 5’10 F *
    RAYMOND TOLENTINO 6’1 CF
    ANGELO RONIDEL 5’9 F
    JUNREX BUNAYOG 5’5 G
    MARC ISRAEL CASTRO 5’5 G
    BRYAN SANTOS 5’7 FG
    PERCIVAL LORBES 5’6 G
    SVETOZAR MEDINA 5’6 G
    ROMELIE BARRIO 5’8 CF
    RANDY GERADILA 5’6 G
    EDWARD CHENG 5’8 G *
    JOHNRENE DELA CRUZ 5’10 F
    REUBEN LAPASARAN 5’10 G
    DENNIS CU 5’10 F *
    CHRISTIAN MARK BASILLIO 5’10 G *
    ANTHONY CAJALNE 5’10 F *
    EARL WARREN ALMONTE 5’7 G *
    BRYAN GAMO 5’4 G *
    JOHN BENEDICT CAPA 5’6 G *
    RYAN BALMES 5’9 FC
    MIGHT VELASCO 5’7 G
    JOHN BENEDICT DE MESA 5’7 FG *



    DRAFT ORDER
    FIRST ROUND

    1st
    WALKERS / ROGUE SQUAD
    2nd
    WALKERS / ROGUE SQUAD
    3rd
    VIPERS
    4th
    WOLVERINES
    5th
    TOROS
    6th
    ROGUE SQUAD
    7th
    STALLIONS
    8th
    CARDINALS
    9th
    GIANTS
    10th
    TITANS
    11th
    VIPERS
    12th
    TITANS

    SECOND ROUND

    1st
    CARDINALS
    2nd
    SPARTANS
    3rd
    TOROS
    4th
    VIPERS
    5th
    CARDINALS
    6th
    TOROS
    7th
    WOLVERINES
    8th
    GIANTS
    9th
    VIPERS
    10th
    TITANS
    11th
    SENTINELS
    12th
    WOLFPACK

    THIRD ROUND

    1st
    TITANS
    2nd
    STALLIONS
    3rd
    TOROS
    4th
    VIPERS
    5th
    WALKERS
    6th
    SPARTANS
    7th
    STALLIONS
    8th
    CARDINALS
    9th
    GIANTS
    10th
    TITANS
    11th
    SENTINELS
    12th
    WOLFPACK


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    LUCIDO IS THE #1 PICK
    By the PEXBALL Sports Desk

    Team Walkers made full use of the opportunity as this season’s number 1 pick in the rookie draft as it chose behemoth Vladdy Lucido last Saturday at the Cloverleaf Gym.

    Lucido who stands at 6’2 is expected to be the game changer for the Walkers who struggled last year despite having a competitive lineup.

    With the recent development, the Walkers now are favoured to figure in the battle for the championship along with the preseason favorites Wolfpack, Sentinels and Spartans.

    Team Rogue Squad (formerly Lightning) took the opportunity to draft Mark Joseph Mercado as the #2 pick overall to further strengthen its frontcourt this season.

    Team Vipers, meanwhile nabbed as the third pick overall Michael George De Ocampo, a doppleganger of its team captain, Hardy Espineda.

    Team Toros then moved up to #4 in the draft after a draft day trade with the Wolverines.

    The Christopher Lasin led squad then wasted no time in picking another giant Francis Bryan Lopez.

    Wolverines then picked up as the #5 in the draft Aldwin Alf Flores.

    Rogue Squad in an eyebrow raising move ,surrendered their #6 pick to Team Cardinals for 5’11 James Ciriaco and a future second round pick. With the said pick, the Cardinals chose lanky Regen Aguda.

    Stallions then chose the first guard in the draft in Ronnie Malana before the Cardinals acquired Allan John Lacanilao as the 8th pick overall to further shore up their frontcourt.

    Giants, formerly known as Vanguards, drafted big man Brian Wetack as the 9th pick.

    Titans completed their own version of Extra Rice Incorporated as it nabbed Remil Ibanez while Vipers grabbed as the 11th pick in the first round Forward Guard Owen Mabaga

    Titans finished the first round with the drafting of Christopher Basilio.
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    Powerhouse Wolfpack and Sentinels failed to pick any rookies while Spartans appeared to have gotten an upgrade in their guard spot as it got James Alba in the second round.

    A total of 24 rookies were chosen this season and they are expected to make some noise and help their team improve.
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    PEXBALL Season 12 Year 14 is scheduled to start on May 16, 2015 at the Cloverleaf Gym

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    meanwhile updated FREE AGENT LIST as of 4/3/2015
    TOTAL 17

    Michael Do-An Ng (ROOKIE)
    5'5 Guard

    Andy Tugano
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Blupers/Pandas

    James Hesita*
    5’7 Guard Forward Teams Played: Titans

    Carlos Cruz
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lions / Vanguards

    Ramil Batistel
    5’5 Guard Teams Played : Titans / Walkers

    Jan Merick Salas
    5'8 Forward Teams Played: Titans

    Maco Juliano
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Vipers

    Albert Rubis*
    5’7 Guard Teams Played : Vipers

    Ramil De Leon
    5’9 Forward Teams Played : Stallions

    CJ Briton
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    Sunny Geronimo
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    MJ Sito
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    Reynold Enriquez
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    Reo Reotutar
    5’6 Guard Teams Played : Arsenals/ Spartans

    Ricky Velasco
    5’8 Forward / Guard Teams Played: Spartans / Titans

    Jerlo Rialp
    5’9 Forward Teams Played : Magic / Lions

    Mark Ian Rena
    5'5 Guard Teams Played : Titans

    Michael Duhaylongsod
    5'7 Guard Forward Teams Played : Titans


    DRAFT DAY TRANSACTIONS

    1) Toros trade 2015 2nd Round (3rd Pick) to Giants 2016 2nd Round and Waiver Rights

    2) Toros trade 2015 1st Round (5th Pick) and 2016 2nd Round (Giants) to
    Wolverines 2015 1st Round (4th Pick)

    3) Rogue Squad trade 2015 1st round (6th Pick) to Cardinals 2016 2nd Round and CF James Ciriaco

    4) Wolfpack trade 2015 2nd round to Walkers 2016 2nd Round

    5) Rogue Squad release Dennis Bartolome and Francis Coles.

    6) Rogue Squad acquires Domz Ciriaco from Free Agency

    7) Sentinels acquires Arsenio Galanida from Free Agency

    8) Wolverines changes monicker to Warriors (Vanguards to Giants , Lightning to Rogue Squad)
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    TRANSACTION

    April 6, 2015
    WALKERS release Robert Rivera to Free Agency
    WALKERS acquire Mark Ian Rena
    TITANS acquire Michael Duhaylongsod


    April 7, 2015
    CARDINALS change monicker to WARHAWKS

    April 9, 2015
    WARHAWKS acquire Robert Rivera
    GIANTS release to Inactive FA Darwin Padua
    GIANTS acquire Jerlo Rialp



    UPDATED FA
    Michael Do-An Ng (ROOKIE)
    5'5 Guard

    Andy Tugano
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Blupers/Pandas

    James Hesita*
    5’7 Guard Forward Teams Played: Titans

    Carlos Cruz
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lions / Vanguards

    Ramil Batistel
    5’5 Guard Teams Played : Titans / Walkers

    Maco Juliano
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Vipers

    Albert Rubis*
    5’7 Guard Teams Played : Vipers

    Ramil De Leon
    5’9 Forward Teams Played : Stallions

    CJ Briton
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    Sunny Geronimo
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    MJ Sito
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    Reynold Enriquez
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    Reo Reotutar
    5’6 Guard Teams Played : Arsenals/ Spartans

    Ricky Velasco
    5’8 Forward / Guard Teams Played: Spartans / Titans
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    Transaction

    MAY 4, 2015
    ROGUE SQUAD acquires Gener Magbanua from the Free Agency


    UPDATED F.A as of May 4, 2015

    1
    Michael Do-An Ng (ROOKIE)
    5'5 Guard

    2
    Andy Tugano
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Blupers/Pandas

    3
    James Hesita*
    5’7 Guard Forward Teams Played: Titans

    4
    Carlos Cruz
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lions / Vanguards

    5
    Ramil Batistel
    5’5 Guard Teams Played : Titans / Walkers

    6
    Jan Merick Salas
    5'8 Forward Teams Played: Titans

    7
    Maco Juliano
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Vipers

    8
    Albert Rubis*
    5’7 Guard Teams Played : Vipers

    9
    Ramil De Leon
    5’9 Forward Teams Played : Stallions

    10
    CJ Briton
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    11
    Sunny Geronimo
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    12
    MJ Sito
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    13
    Reynold Enriquez
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    14
    Reo Reotutar
    5’6 Guard Teams Played : Arsenals/ Spartans

    15
    Ricky Velasco
    5’8 Forward / Guard Teams Played: Spartans / Titans
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    2015 PINOYEXCHANGE.COM BASKETBALL LEAGUE RULES and REGULATION

    SECTION 1*: GAME PLAY
    PEXBALL 2015 will apply FIBA RULES except for the following house rules
    Running Time except for the last 2 MINUTES of the 4TH PERIOD and OVERTIME wherein the game clock will stop at every basket, foul and deadball situation.
    Jumpball will be implemented during the last 2 MINUTES of the 4TH PERIOD and OVERTIME. Other than these, possession arrow will be used/implemented.
    Each Team wil have 5 TIMEOUTS (40 seconds each) for the entire game (carryover). These timeouts can only be used during deadball situation by the TEAM CAPTAIN or ASSISTANT TEAM CAPTAIN (if captain is inside the playing court) with the exception of the last 2 MINUTES of the 4TH PERIOD and OVERTIME wherein a player may call a timeout even if the ball is so called alive provided he has the complete and clear possession of the ball (as decided by the referees). Additional 1 timeout will be awarded to each team if game extends to overtime.
    A Player who suffers an injury (including cramps) before he could shoot the free throws and is replaced by a teammate from the bench, will not be allowed to return to the playing court to play for 3 minutes. If this situation happens during the last two minutes of the fourth period or overtime, the opposing team will be the one to choose who will shoot the free throws.
    Referee’s Decision is Final. No need to review calls made by the referee’s during the game. No games will have the results overturned as a result of game technicalities, officiating or scorer issues. The only time a game will be overturned in favor of the losing team is if the winning team fielded in an INELIGIBLE PLAYER
    Review of buzzer beating shot. This will be done only during the last 1 minute of the 4thperiod and overtime. If video is available. If after video review, the referees cannot have a clear view of it, the first decision will be the final one to decide the game. During reviews, only the tournament director, referees and game official will consist huddles. No player may join the huddle unless they are called up.
    Game Starts on strictly ON TIME. Default Time is 10 minutes from the official start of the game. An Additional 10 minutes may be given provided the other team agrees to it. Default or 30-0 win is declared if the other team does not agree. (If other team agrees to wait and still after 20 minutes, the other fails to have at least 5 players on the court, then automatic default is declared) If the other team managed to have 5 minutes before the grace period expires then the team will be given TWO Technical Fouls Resulting to 4 free throws and plus the offending team will have to pay 1000 pesos fine. In case both teams have less than 5 players then a double default will be declared. In case of DEFAULT, the offending team will have to pay 2500 pesos. All collected fines will be part of the fund for the outreach program or champion team.

    Only players, team manager and coach of the team will be allowed to sit in the bench. Strictly no children, guests or companions allowed in the bench area during the games. Technical Fouls will be given to the said team each period if they continue to disobey this.teams are advised that only the team captain and assistant team captain or bench assistant will be allowed to stand up during the game. Bench technical will be added to the technical list of the Team Captain. In case Team Captain is not present, the Person in charge will be the one to get the said technical
    Officiating will be by 2-man referee on the court and 1 off court official who will supervise the conduct of the referees and teams.

    Pre-game briefing shall be undertaken before each game to meet the refs and discuss any concerns, requests or protest. Any protest or concerns must be indicated in this meeting before the start of the game. This includes the First 5 list


    All players on center court. Players of both teams are called at center to form a line and undertake high fives/ shake hands with each other before the start of the game as gesture of sportsmanship.

    24 and 14 sec.shotlock reset applies when available at venue

    Substitution. Outgoing players are required to exit at the officials table. Incoming players must sit in the chairs provided and advise the table officials the player jersey no.to be substituted. Player must wait for the outgoing player for handover (high five) before entering the court. Failure to abide with this rule, will result to a Warning for Delaying the game for the team. Another incident of this during the game willresult to Technical Foul
    In the event a player becomes ill or injured, the play will stop once the injured player’s team gets the possession of the ball. In case the said player needs to be rushed to the hospital, his team captain or teammates must assist the player to the hospital.
    In case a team ends up having less than 5 players during the game, the game will continue until the said team has only 1 player left wherein the game will be stopped and a 40-0 score will be give to the opposing team (who has more than 1 player in the roster).
    Games will only be cancelled if there is a very heavy downpour caused by typhoon/monsoon rains or if there is a calamity. Tournament Director will make the announcement before 12 noon through SMS through Team Captains, PEXBALL FB Forum, and PEXBALL Club forum. Team Representatives will then inform his teammates. If there are no announcements then the game will push through on the said date.
    All borrowed balls must be returned to the table/committee before the official start of the game.
    All players present before the start of the third period must be FIELDED IN before the end of the 3RD QUARTER. PENALTY - 1st instance TECHNICAL FOUL resulting to 2 Free Throws for the other team. 2nd instance TECHNICAL FOUL resulting to 4 Free Throws for the other team. 3rd instance TECHNICAL FOUL resulting to 6 Free Throws for the other team plus 1000 pesos fine.
    FOUL AWAY FROM THE BALL FOR THE FINAL TWO MINUTES OF 4TH QUARTER OR OVERTIME IS PROHIBITED. The team that will use this tactic during the said time/period will be assessed an UNSPORTSMANLIKE FOUL which will result to two free throws plus ball possession for the team that was fouled.


    SECTION 2 : PLAYERS / ROSTERS / TEAMS
    Classification of INELIGIBLE PLAYERS
    1) Player who have worn an incomplete team uniform like different shorts or jersey
    2) Player who disguised as a another player or not in the official lineup
    3) Players who have not submitted or sign a waiver form
    4) players who were suspended by the league yet they still played in the game - additional 2 game suspension will be added to the said player
    5) Players who were suspended indefinitely by the league
    Only Maximum of 15 spots per team this includes injury and players for freeze. Sitout players are not included in this.
    Definition of Freeze and Sitout Players
    FREEZE – players who cannot play for the team this season but the team would want to keep its playing rights for the next season. Each team can only freeze one player per season. He cannot be placed again on the same slot until his 4th “playing” year on the team after being placed on “Freeze” notice
    SITOUT – players who would want to leave his current team but the current team would not want to release him. A player placed on this slot will be released to Free Agency next season. Players who have “literally” played for a team for two seasons (at least 75 percent per season) will have this so called “opportunity”. This means injured players who did not play in their 2nd season for a team will not be covered by this. Once a player is placed in the SITOUT option, he will be released in the FREE AGENCY the following season wherein , the league will use the WAIVER WIRE (based on the previous season’s standing wherein last will be the first and first will be the last to pick) to determine the team who will get him. If a new team picks the “sitout” player they must surrender their corresponding pick to the former team. (first or second) , depending on the value of the player). The said “sitout player” cannot say NO to the team who gets his services in the Waiver Wire. Failure to abide with this, will force the LEAGUE to BAN the Player and prevent a team secretly coveting him.
    In the event, a player and his current team both used the FREEZE and SITOUT at the same time, SITOUT will rule over the said argument.
    All the SITOUT players in RESTRICTED Free Agency/ Waiver Wire next season can only be picked up a day before the rookie draft.
    Only one player per team may SITOUT per season, if there two or more, the others will have to wait for their turn next season and must play the current season with the mother team
    FREE AGENCY
    After the team captains meeting, the league will publish list of FREE AGENTS. Free Agents are classified into two, RESTRICTED and UNRESTRICTED.
    Unrestricted FA – are the ones with no pending issues with previous teams. These includes players with quota issues, cleared by the league and inactive veteran players. Once list is produced, teams will have seven days to use their waiver wire options. Once player is not picked up , these players can be claimed by other teams. Once a player is in the waiver wire, no team can say that “the said player will not play for any other team”. Once the league finds about this, it will take away the draft picks of the team and suspend the said player.
    Restricted FA – players that came from SITOUT slot. Once they are claimed by a team, the new team must give up the corresponding pick/s. HIGH PICKS (Picks 1-5) MID PICKS (Picks 6-8) LOW PICKS (Picks 9-onwards).
    If player is a superstar caliber the new team must give up FIRST ROUND HIGH PICKS if team has MID PICK, they must give it up along with a second round of this year or the following year. If team has a LOW PICK , they must give it up along with either the second round this year or a first round of the following year.
    Waiver Wire – Teams who are the lowest seed (based on the final standings, including playoffs etc) will be the ones on TOP of the waiver wire. If ever another team aims to claim a player from the FREE AGENCY within the same period, The team with the highest waiver wire placing (lowest seed in the previous year) will get the player
    ALL PLAYERS released to FREE AGENCY during the tournament proper, will not be allowed to play for the current season.
    THE LEAGUE (Tournament Director) has the right to review, check the eligibility of players (2 YEARS TO PRESENT … FOR EXAMPLE TODAY IS 2015. League may check again the background of the players who entered the league in 2013 if there are questions on his eligibility. Once proven ineligible, the said player will not be allowed to play in the league for 3 to 4 years. He may only re-apply if majority of the team captains agree wherein he will again undergo the draft process
    SECTION 3 TRANSACTIONS
    League will allow trades ONLY UNTIL AFTER THE ROOKIE DRAFT.
    Eligible trades include players, draft picks for current year and next year draft. Only TEAM CAPTAINS/ASST TEAM CAPTAINS are allowed to talk about the trades but final decision falls into the hands of the TEAM CAPTAIN if Team Captain is part of the trade, the ASST TEAM CAPTAIN will take charge. The League will not allow a player involved with the trade to “pressure” the team captain to make the deal happen. Once the team captain complains about this, the said player will be suspended for 1 season and the other team who pressures the team captain of the mother team will lose their draft picks. for the next two seasons with the possibility of not allowing its current rookies to play for the season. Please be advised that the team captains are the ones in charge of the team and he will be in complete control of his team in terms of management and transactions
    Rookies or newly transferred players cannot request a trade or hold his new team hostage. If this case is reported with evidence the said player will be suspended for a season plus his playing rights will be retained by his team (the said team will also get a compensation pick if ever wherein they can choose either to be given a draft pick same position when they got the said rookie next season or get a free agent with no restriction). Furthermore if it is determined that another team has a hand on this, the said other team will be penalized in form of not allowing its rookie drafted to play, losing two years of draft picks or can let the other team pick a player from their roster to fill up the space vacated by the rookie or newly transferred player
    Teams cannot waive a drafted rookie unless there is an evidence that the said player has an attitude problem.
    A player with quota issues may be suspended by the League especially if their respective mother team complains. Furthermore he can be recommended to be suspended in other basketball leagues. If the team covers up or owns up the said player with payment, then it is expected that the team will be able to pay on time.
    Each team will now have the maximum of 4 spots in RESTRICTED TRADE LIST (3 to be given by the Tournament Director and 1 spot to be chosen by the team based on the recommendation list by the Tournament Director. Players on the RTL can only be traded to other teams if the player involved is also in the RTL list or has the equivalent PICK VALUE.
    SECTION 4: ROOKIES / NEWBIES
    All rookies will have to go through the SCREENING, ROOKIE CAMP-SCRIMMAGE and DRAFT. No Direct Hire unless approved by the League
    The tournament director will make interviews with random rookies and if the rookie fails the interview he will be sent home.
    Eligible rookies who can join the rookie camp are the ones who have passed the initial screening.
    Starting 2015, rookies who fail to show up and participate in the camp will not be eligible for the rookie draft.
    Commercial League players (players receiving money from companies) / Basketball Varsity Players/ Professional Basketball Players are not allowed to play in the league until after 4 years from the year they last played for that certain level.
    Any applicant who fakes his identify just to join the league will be banned.
    Rookies must be aware that once they go through the draft, they CANNOT choose the team they want to be with wherein once they are drafted, they must stay with the team for at least two seasons unless they are traded after the first season. FURTHERMORE , TEAMS CANNOT SAY or CLAIM to other teams, that a certain player will only play for them. If this is the case, there is no point of having a draft. VIOLATION of this will have the said player coveted by a certain team BANNED in the league and the team where he would like to play surrender one of its players to the team who lost the said rookie. (choice of the other team affected by the rookie) OR lose their first round pick this season (if it is still available) or next season. They may also surrender their draft pick (1st round) this season to the said team affected.
    Starting SEASON 2016, Rookie Draft will be trimmed to just two rounds. Undrafted rookies then will be placed in the Unrestricted FREE AGENTS wherein they will go through the waiver wire.
    All rookies (starting 2015) drafted 1st to 6th in the first round must play at least 2 years (75 percent each season) for the team who drafted them unless the said team wanted to trade or release him already
    SECTION 5: NEW TEAMS / FRANCHISE
    A New Team may be formed provided there will be enough players to complete the teams for the incoming season.
    PEXBALL Veteran (1 man new team) DRAFT PICKS WILL BE #4 in the FIRST AND SECOND ROUND ROOKIE DRAFT Plus additional LAST PICK IN THE FIRST ROUND ROOKIE DRAFT. The said new team will also have the opportunity to first complete its team from the FREE AGENTS and UNDRAFTED ONES. They will also be #3 in the Waiver Wire List.
    PEXBALL Veteran (2 man new team). DRAFT PICKS WILL BE #7 in the FIRST AND SECOND ROUND and the Waiver Wire List. The said new team will also have the opportunity to first complete its team from the FREE AGENTS and UNDRAFTED ONES
    ROOKIE (1 man new team) He may DIRECT HIRE from the current ROOKIE BATCH 3 players provided only 1 of them may stand 5’11 and above. They will then Pick LAST in the TWO ROUNDS and LAST in the Waiver Wire
    A PEXBALL Veteran who wants to form his own team but is currently tied with his mother team, must seek approval to the LEAGUE. Once approved, his old team will get a compensation draft pick (LEAGUE will determine if the said value is that of a first rounder or second rounder). Once determined, the LEAGUE will have a “lottery” to determine what pick the mother team will get for the round. The only choices would be EIGHTH, NINTH, TENTH, ELEVENTH or TWELVETH.
    Furthermore, TEAM MERGER WILL NOT BE ALLOWED.
    SECTION 6 : SEASON PREPARATION
    Teams must send the following to the Tournament Director 1 month before the tournament starts.
    Team Final Roster which includes full name, city where they current live, height, position and pex nick/handle.
    Tournament Waiver (deadline of this is on the opening day – no waiver no play )
    Team Name and HD Logo
    SECTION 8: INFRACTION / PENALTY
    Technical Fouls for Individuals – 100 pesos fine . Two Technical Fouls in a game 300 pesos fine plus 1 game suspension. (Technical Fouls not counted are the ones with Delaying the game)
    If a player accumulates 4 Technical Fouls he will then be suspended for an additional 1 game
    Unsportsmanlike Foul without contact or intent to hurt – same with Technical Fouls (as determined by the referees)
    Flagrant/ Unsportsmanlike Foul with contact or intent to hurt (as decided by the referees) – automatic ejection plus 300 pesos and one game suspension. A player who accumulates 2 Flagrant / Unsportsmanlike Foul with contact or intent to hurt he will then be suspended for additional 2 games. Once the player collects his THIRD FLAGRANT foul for the season, he will be suspended the entire season.
    Disqualifying Foul 500 pesos plus disqualification from the season
    A player who gets ejected in the game due to technical fouls will automatically be suspended the next game
    A player who gets whistled for Technical Foul, Unsportsmanlike foul (no intentional to hurt) must return to the bench for THREE MINUTES as penalty
    Fines must be paid first before the offending player can play. If the said offending player does not appear anymore. The Team must pay the fine in behalf of the player before the start of their third game after the said player was suspended.
    Referees has the authority to send the player back to the bench for a TWO MINUTE COOL OFF if the said player exhibits signs of bad temper, excessive verbal & emotional outburst, excessive physical contact and any form of intimidation.
    FIGHTING / BRAWL is prohibited. Players who instigated and who joins the violence will be BANNED with fine of 1000 pesos.
    THROWING and KICKING objects due frustration – 300 PESOS fine and possibility of having a technical foul called on him.
    Online Conduct – Bashing players and league through social media and PEX is prohibited. The said player will be BANNED for the said season. Alternicks in PEX Forum will be banned and posts will be closed and deleted.
    LEAVING THE BENCH during confrontation / fights is subject for thrown out and suspension or technical fouls. Only the current five players on the court plus the team captain and assistant team captain are allowed to pacify the players and enter the court. Any player involved in untoward incidents after the game (outside the venue or during the traditional sportsmanship gestures at the end of the game) will be reviewed and are subject for suspension or fines.
    Any equipment in the venue that is destroyed by a player, will be shouldered by his team.
    Once decision on suspension is handed down, the only person who can overturn this is the OFFICIALS HEAD, an outsider (if there’s an appeal made by the player) otherwise it’s final
    SECTION 9 TOURNAMENT FORMAT
    One Round Robin (11 games per team) Top 8 enter the Quarterfinals wherein SEED 1, 2, 3, 4 hold a twice to beat advantage over 5, 6, 7, 8.
    QF MATCH UPS : QF1 #1 vs #8 / QF2 #2 vs #7 / QF3 #3 vs #6 / QF4 #4 vs #5
    BEST OF THREE SEMIFINALS : Winner of QF1 vs Winner of QF4 / Winner of QF2 vs Winner of QF3
    FINALS : Winner Take All
    ** EXCEPTION If a team sweeps the elimination round, the #1 seed immediately goes to the semifinals while SEED 8 will meet SEED 7 in a knockout game for the right to meet SEED 2, who holds a twice to beat advantage
    ** TIE BREAKER if two teams end with the same win-loss record, the tie will be broken through the winner over the other rule. If three or more teams end up with the same win-loss record, quotient system will take in effect (points scored / points against with games against the tied teams considered) to determine the placings. In case there is a tie for the 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th, or 8th, quotient will be used with the teams in the 8th and 9th spot playing for a KO game to determine the 8th seed. the 10th seed automatically is left off even though they end up with a tie record.


    SECTION 10*: UNIFORM / TEAM NAME
    Teams should wear a uniform not similar to other teams. If a team has similar colors with another team, the team who owns the said color first will have the right to carry the said color. The other team must have an alternate jersey. We will not allow jersey like the one the PACKERS wore back in Season 9 or 10. Other teams may ask the team with that owns a certain color if they would be using it this season. Kindly notify the Tournament Director if there would be changes on the color and team name

    SECTION 10*: PEXBALL BOARD
    Board will consist of 1 Tournament Director, 1 Official Director (outsider), and 12 board members. The board members are the team captains per team. The board are the ones who will discuss and approve the rules for the upcoming tournament or season. Suspension of Referees will be handled by the officials director likewise suspension of players. During board voting , no third party will interfere or somehow talk to team captains to affect their vote. Tournament Director has the right to add rules if this will be good for the league.


    *** in case a player get injured in the game and needs to be rushed to the hospital, the team captain will make necessary arrangement to rush his player to the hospital.

    *** in case of a brawl, only the 5 players of each team plus the team captain and the coach/assistant team captain can step inside the court to stop the fight. Other players in the bench who steps inside the bench will be given a technical foul each (as discretion of the referees and upon review after the game). Players who threw punches will be suspended indefinitely wherein the league director and officials director can hand out fines and number of games suspension. The said player involved in punching may also be banned in the league if he has previous record

    ** any item or equipment that will be broken by a team or player will be shouldered and paid by the player whose act resulted to that destroyed item



    *** MAY 22, 2015 Transaction
    STALLIONS acquire Ricky Velasco FG in the Free Agency


    UPDATED F.A as of May 22, 2015

    1
    Michael Do-An Ng (ROOKIE)
    5'5 Guard

    2
    Andy Tugano
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Blupers/Pandas

    3
    James Hesita*
    5’7 Guard Forward Teams Played: Titans

    4
    Carlos Cruz
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lions / Vanguards

    5
    Ramil Batistel
    5’5 Guard Teams Played : Titans / Walkers

    6
    Jan Merick Salas
    5'8 Forward Teams Played: Titans

    7
    Maco Juliano
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Vipers

    8
    Albert Rubis*
    5’7 Guard Teams Played : Vipers

    9
    Ramil De Leon
    5’9 Forward Teams Played : Stallions

    10
    CJ Briton
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    11
    Sunny Geronimo
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    12
    MJ Sito
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    13
    Reynold Enriquez
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    14
    Reo Reotutar
    5’6 Guard Teams Played : Arsenals/ Spartans
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    PExBall 2015 preview
    by: PEXBALL Sports Desk

    Wolfpack
    The Wolfpack stopped the Spartans’ vice grip on the PExBall championship, becoming the first non-Green team since the Red Packers in season six to hoist the trophy as well as the third squad to complete a season sweep. Double-double machines and rookie of the year awardees in their respective debut seasons, Marv Santos and Alex Candelaria are an athletic duo that gave opponents headaches last season and will provide migraines in years to come. Their lineup practically intact, it won’t be a surprise if the Wolfpack will have another dominating year, if not retain the title outright.
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    Sentinels
    The Sentinels’ quest for their first ever PExBall crown remains to be an unaccomplished mission as they were frustrated yet again, if not by the Spartans in seasons past, by the Wolfpack last year. A squad teeming with towering frontcourt bangers, RV Vicencio returned from injury to lead the whiteshirts to become an unlikely MVP winner despite starting only two games. Picking up reliable scorer Arsee Galanida from the waivers, the Sentinels’ backcourt is now as formidable and deep as their big man rotation.
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    Titans
    If the then Vanguards were the surprise package in 2013, the Titans took that title last season as they managed to reach the semifinals despite pedestrian (for his standard) numbers coming from alpha dog Mike Soliven (24.1ppg, 7.2rpg, 3.4apg, 1.5spg, shooting 49% fg and 37% 3pts in 13 games played). The emergence of Carlo Medina and Bonifacio Bordeos made it easier for Rydell Serrano to release dependable but redundant talents Ian Rena and Ricky Velasco. They are also moving in a new direction as they got busy in the recent draft, picking up the likes of Remel Ibanez, Christopher Basilio, and Francis Manuel to replace rotation players Mark Nuque, and James Hesita. Will they ever sustain their good fortune is what remains to be seen with the Titans this coming season.
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    Giants
    The Giants’ upswing after Arvy Trinidad took over the reins continues, but they still haven’t gotten over the hump of advancing beyond the semifinals. With all-around shooter Trinidad, midrange threat James Pangilinan, and outside gunner Amiel Zarate providing the scoring punch after trading away fire-at-will Jobs Primicias, they now feature a balanced attack that can come from anywhere. And with Japs Recio expecting to return to action, the Giants might finally make that leap to the next level.
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    Warhawks
    The Warhawks are still looking for their identity after figurehead Mike Rivera was dealt away an offseason ago. Anton delos Reyes and Alvin Teng commanded the team in absentia at times last season as Tristan Taboac emerged as the squad’s tangible leader. Despite that, the redshirts were able to finish fourth at the end of the eliminations. The shuffling resumed as they disposed Nico Veridiano and James Ciriaco to the Rogue Squad, then waived delos Reyes, Teng, Gener Magbanua, and Don Tagalog to make way for rookies Regen Aguda, Allan Lacanilao, Raffy Adornado, and Alex Gonzales. How this new makeup will translate to the newly-christened squad remains a big question mark to everyone
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    Stallions
    An unexpected sixth place finish last season belies the fact that the Stallions are undergoing a massive overhaul in the post-JP Abcede era. Picking up rookies Erick Santos, Lorenzo Palmos, and Yves Sy made up for MIA players Leo Vencio, MJ Macapugay, and Jeff Lim, who all logged a total of zero minutes last year. The red and black squad underwent spring cleaning in the offseason, releasing Vencio, Sunny Geronimo, Ramil de Leon, and CJ Briton, with Macapugay declaring his retirement. Can they duplicate their finish from the previous season now that they have discarded the deadweight in their roster?
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    Spartans
    After failing to reach the final four for the first time in its franchise history in PEXBALL, the Spartans have somehow retooled and added two players (Carlos Parilla and Rookie James Alba) who are expected to help the 5 time champions this season. The Spartans, despite what happened to them last season, are still considered a top tier team especially with Jericho Ilagan and Norman Buentipo returning for another season.
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    Toros
    The Chris Lasin franchise had their second best season in their team’s history last year because of the presence of their rookie big man and Mythical Team member Ed Pasion. However this season, the team is expected to have a tough time because of the absence of the aforementioned player. Their rookie draftee, Bryan Lopez will try to duplicate what Pasion did along with the returning former first rounders, Eugene Recongco and James Victorio.
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    Vipers
    The team had three important acquisition in the offseason in Rendel Patricio, Mark DeOcampo and Owen Mabaga. How the three will mesh with the team’s reliable players in Joby Primicias and CJ Lasam, remains to be seen. The Vipers aim to bounce back from a disappointing year and chemistry will be a big factor if they would want to make it to the playoffs
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    Warriors
    The team had a big problem last year with attendance of some of its key players which resulted to a slightly revamped team this season. With Gian Canilao and Bridson Castronuevo back in fold, the Warriors are expected to be back in fighting form with the help of their veterans Dexter Ong, Christian Manalang and Stewart Samson.
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    Walkers
    The WNC Walkers are expected to make the final four this season with the acquisition of the top rookie pick Vladdy Lucido who is expected to be the “game changer” for the team. Chemistry won’t be an issue for the WNC team as they have a weekly practice. Lucido along with former Mythical Five member Jeremy Dela Cruz and former MVP Paolo Escober will be tough nut to crack for opponents
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    Rogue Squad
    The team raised some eyebrows during the offseason with their “Barako Bull-like” transactions, however the team insisted that they know what they are doing and are expected to make some noise this season. This team will heavily rely with top rookie draftee Mark Joseph Mercado along with James Ciriaco and Nate Alfaro in the front court while the backcourt will be manned by Patrick Bade, Nico Verdiano and Pat Cobrador.

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    official team lineups for 2015 pinoyexchange.com basketball league

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    UPSET!
    Vipers, Warhawks upset finalists
    Walkers survive Toros in overtime
    PEXBALL Sports Desk

    Team Vipers made a loud noise at the opening of the 2015 PinoyExchange.com Basketball League after shocking defending champion and previously unbeat Team Wolfpack 78-75 at the Cloverleaf Gym, Makati City.

    Rookie Mark De Ocampo showcased his skills as he topscored the Vipers with 30 points , 16 rebounds and 5 assists.

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    Despite, having no practice during the offseason, The Vipers played like they have known each other for a long time most especially De Ocampo and Vipers’ resident scorer Job Mark Primicias, who finished with 15 points 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 53 percent from the field.

    The Vipers pounced on the absence of last year’s MVP runner up Marv Kevin Santos to take an early 12-0 lead which resulted to an early timeout from the Wolfpack.

    The said timeout somehow energized the Wolfpack and it unleased a 13-0 run ending with a three pointer from Fredyrick Ventura.

    In the second, the Vipers appeared to have regained their strength as it raced to a double digit lead again through the efforts of De Ocampo, Primicias and rookie Owen Mabaga.

    The Vipers then erected its biggest lead in the third period at 53-38 after a split from Mabaga.
    Frustration then hit the Wolfpack as their bench was whistled for a technical foul.

    The said infraction surprisingly woke up the defending champs as they turned their game around and trimmed the deficit to just two points at the end of the third period at 57-55.
    The Wolfpack then took the driver seat a minute gone in the 4th period on a basket from Alex Candelaria before Vipers off seaon acquisition Rendel Patricio tied the game a minute later.

    Wolfpack appeared to have the momentum as they scored consecutive baskets to take a 67-59 lead midway in the final canto.

    But De Ocampo strung up 7 straight points followed by back to back baskets from Primicias to push his team up front at 70-68

    But the defending champs showed its heart as it regained the lead at 75-72 before 5 straight points from De Ocampo gave the lead back to the Vipers at 77-75 with less than 30 seconds left.

    Wolfpack tried to tie the game but Eleazar lost the handle to the ball which resulted to a steal by De Ocampo..

    Primcias then added on to the lead of the Vipers after a split from the free throws.
    Candelaria tried to tie the game for the Wolfpack but his three point attempt was way off the target to give last year’s 9th seed upset the defending champions

    In another upset, Team Warhawks surprised last year’s runner up Team Sentinels 84-74.
    The Warhawks took advantage of the Sentinels listless to take control of the game.
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    After last year’s MVP RV Vicencio tied the game at 9 all in the first period, the Warhawks finished the first period with an 11-0 run starting from a three pointer from Albert Chua.

    The Tristan Taboac-led franchise continued their superb play the next period holding off any offensive rallies of the Sentinels.

    Last year’s 5th ranked team was able to take a 20 point lead in the third period before the Sentinels made its move.

    Staring defeat, the Sentinels slowly trimmed the deficit after consecutive baskets from Jonathan Gonzales.

    However, Warhawks restored order as key reserves, Allan Lacanilao and Jorell Chan scored timely baskets.

    Sentinels tried to utilize the hack a player strategy but rookie big man Regen Aguda made his free throws to frustrate the runner ups.

    Jeff Suck starred for the Warhawks with 20 points followed by Lacanilao, Aguda, Chan, and Chua who scored at least 10 points.

    Gonzales, meanwhile led the Sentinels with 23 points and 6 rebounds.

    The main game featured the retooled Team Walkers winning their opening game against the Toros in Overtime 87-80.
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    The game was closely fought as neither team exchanged baskets early in the game before the Walkers appeared to have the momentum in the second period, posting a 30-24 lead after baskets from top rookie pick Vladimir Lucido and Pao Escober.

    But surprisingly, the Toros behind last year’s Mythical Team member CJ Castillo, unleashed a 20-4 run to take a 10 point lead at halftime.

    In the third, the Walkers surprised the Toros with their own run to tie the score at 44.

    The score remained close after that before the Lucido-Escober tandem along with Jeremy Dela Cruz, gave the Walkers a 68-61 lead

    But the Toros refused to die and was able to force overtime at 72 with a basket from James Victorio.

    In OT, Lucido and Escober again carried the Walkers on their shoulders with timely baskets as the Toros faded away.

    Lucido, as expected, was the game changer for the Walkers as he led the team with 32 points and 16 rebounds while Escober supported him with 17 and 14.

    CJ Castillo, meanwhile, led the Toros with 29 points along with 6 rebounds and 7 steals.

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    WARRIORS, TITANS WIN NAILBITERS
    Spartans dominate Giants
    by PEXBALL Sports Desk

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    Team Warriors showed its nerves of steel as it survived the last minute comeback try of Team Stallions to win its first game in the 12th PinoyExchange.com Basketball League at the Cloverleaf Gym, Saturday.

    Former league MVP Bridson Castronuevo led the balance offense of the Warriors with 14 points while former Rookie of the year Jeffrey Santiago scored 11.

    The Dexter Ong franchise started the game with a 16-2 lead behind the combined efforts of Santiago and Rich Chua who scored 11 of those points.

    The Stallions immediately sued for time but that was not enough to wake them up as the yellow clad team finished the quarter up 22-4.

    Warriors’ hustle and team game was on full display in the suceeding periods while the Stallions appeared to be out of shape and kept on missing open looks

    Comfortable leading by double digits in the fourth, the Warriors relaxed a bit and the Stallions took advantage of this.

    Lorenz Palmos, Eric Fuertes and Christian Sangalang combined forces to trim the Warriors’ lead down to five points at 55-50.

    After a basket by Ong on the other end, Stallions’ rookie Ronnie Malana scored 5 straight point to push last year’s sixth seed to within 2 points with 50 seconds left.

    Comebacking Vito Delos Reyes tried to give the Warriors some breathing room but his attempt was short.

    The Stallions then gave the ball to Palmos who missed his three point try.

    The Carlo Palmares’ team had another chance to tie or steal the game with 2 seconds left but Palmos’ three point attempt just bounced off the ring, giving the Warriors the win.

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    In the main game, the Spartans dismantled the Giants 54-41.

    While the early part of the first period was a close one between the two teams, the Spartans began to show their supremacy in the last two minutes of the said period as it unleashed an 11-0 run to take the period at 21-12.

    While the Spartans showed discipline on their offensive sets, it was the other way around for the Giants who were very disorganized on their plays.

    A free throw by sophomore guard Mond Gonzales gave the Spartans a 19 point lead at 36-17 with less than a minute left before halftime.

    The Spartans maintained their focus in the third period to erect a 24 point lead at 52-28 with Gonzales consistently finding his range in the quarter.

    In the final period, the Spartans slowed down a bit but with the big lead, it was enough for them to notch their first victory in the season.

    Gonzales starred for the Spartans with 17 point and 6 rebounds 6 steals while Omar Ilagan had 13 points and 5 boards.

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    In the curtain raiser, Team Titans surived the last quarter meltdown to beat Rogue Squad 65-62.

    The Titans’ team chemistry was evident early on and led by Boni Bordeos, Joel Ilao and Carlo Medina, the Titans posted a 20 point lead at 52-32.

    The Rogue Squad, out of nowhere, scored seven straight points to end the period down by 13.

    The Rogue appeared to have gotten their second wind and scored five straight to open the fourth period to trim the deficit to just 8 points at 52-44.

    After several plays, the Rogue found themselves into thick of things as Rommel Apellado buried a three pointer cutting the Titans’ lead to just 5 at 56-51.

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    A basket by Medina calmed the Titans’ bench a bit but the Rogue answered it with another 5 unanswered points including a surprise three pointer from slotman James Ciriaco.

    A split by Basilio and two free throws from Ilao give the Titans a five point lead before the Rogue team countered it with their own three points from Ciriaco and Nico Verdiano.

    Two Free throws by Remil Ibanez gave the Titans a 63-59 advantage with 30 seconds left.

    But the Rogue Squad refused to die and another basket by Ciriaco and a split form Rocky Bernardo made it a one point lead at 63-62.

    The Gelo Torres led team had the chance to take the lead but Patrick Bade lost the ball possession twice in the last 20 seconds of the game.

    Bordeos finished with a game high 17 points and 6 rebounds while Bernardo topscored for the Rogue Squad with 11.



    DID NOT PLAY

    Titans- M. Soliven / V. Jasme / D. Campano / C. Sunga / M. Duhaylongsod
    Rogue Squad - Mark Mercado, Carl Huertas, John Aguinaldo
    Warriors - A. Flores / A. Pinili / S. Samson / M. Brua / M. Kuo / C. Manalang
    Stallions - J. Lim / R. Flores / P. Magat / J. Florendo
    Spartans - J. Alba / Jer Ilagan / R. Ebriega
    Giants - A. Trinidad / J. Recio / W. Fabie



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    SPARTANS, WALKERS REMAIN UNBEATEN
    Sentinels gets its first win
    PEXBALL Sports Desk


    Team spartans and team walkers maintained their unbeaten slate as they defeated separate opponents while team sentinels barged to the win colUmn at the continuation of the pexball elimination saturday afternoon

    The spartans unveiled their new weapon in their rookie james alba as they disposed team toros 73-53.

    Alba, a second round draft pick this season, scored 25 points majority in the key second perioc which helped the spartans pull away from a tight game from the toros
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    From a 12-9 lead , the spartans dropped a 12-2 bomb from which the toros never recovered as the five time champs dominated both ends of the court.

    In the second game, team walkers continued their stellar play as they disposed the skidding team giants 72-59

    The walkers controlled the game from the tipoff as they never allowed the giants to take the lead

    Three consecutive three pointers set the tone for the walkers, two coming from residential sharpshooter allan dator and one from vladdy lucido
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    The giants tried to stick close to the walkers at 22-21 as arvy trinidaf and brian kelly chua made their shots but walkers countered it with baskets from paul dungao at lucido to give their them a 32-22 lead at halftime


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    In the third, the giants launched another run courtesy of amiel zarate's three pointers which saw the giants trim the lead to just 2 at 36-34

    But the giants decided to rest zarate and the team's offense went nowhere while walkers got their second wind and pulled away for good.

    Lucido continued to be the team's game changer as he led the unbeaten walkers with 20 points and 15 rebounds while dator scored 12 , all of them coming from the three point area.

    Rookie xavier dela cruz silently produced impressive numbers with 7 pts 6 rebounds and 5 assists

    In the nightcap sentinels barged the win column with a big 80-61 lead

    From the start, the rogue squad never stood a chance as the sentinels showed better team work as evidenced with the better ball rotation, shot selection and defense.
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    Mythical Five member Jonathan Gonzales topscored for the sentinels with 23 points while Andree Arbonida made his presence felt with 20 pts 10 rebounds and 2 blocks

    Mark joseph mercado and rocky bernardo were the bright spot in offense for the rogue who now fell to their second straight defeat




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    TITANS NIP VIPERS
    Wolfpack trash Warriors; Stallions shock Warhawks
    PEXBALL Sports Desk

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    Team Titans are slowly getting used to cardiac finishes.

    this after the Titans pulled off a come from behind win over Team Vipers 82-81 at the continuation of the 2015 Pinoyexchange.com Basketball League at the Cloverleaf Gym Saturday afternoon

    The Titans who were behind almost three fourths of the game, engineered a comeback in the second half and finally took their first lead around 5 minutes left in the last period at 74-72 after a basket by forward Lorenz Figueroa.

    But the Joby Primicias countered the attack and scored a basket to push the Vipers back in the lead.
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    The Titans then lost Center Forward Joel Ilao to fouls after that but that proved to be a blessing in disguise as key reserve Christopher Basillo made his presence felt by scoring three consecutive field goals after a field goal by newly acquired Viper Rendel Patricio to give last season’s 2nd runner up an 80-77 lead with 1:30 left in the game.

    Two free throws by Rookie Mark De Ocampo pushed the Vipers back in the game at 80-79 before Nino Bordeos and Basillo each missed their own attempts to the basket.

    The Vipers grabbed the lead back after a basket by Joby Primicias with 45 seconds left.

    The Titans tried to take the lead back in their favor but Remil Ibanez missed his shot with 35 ticks left.

    The Vipers then tried to waste some precious seconds in the clock before sophomore CJ Lasam launched an attempt near the free throw line.

    Titans’ guard Carlo Medina then grabbed the miss and rushed to their court finding Nino Bordeos for the easy basket with 5 seconds left.

    After suing for time, the Vipers got the ball to the hands of De Ocampo who drove hard to the lane only to pass the ball at the last second to the Lasam. The pass however, was too high resulting to a turnover with 1.5 seconds left.

    Former League MVP Mike Soliven led the balanced Titans offense with 18 points and 8 rebounds while 4 other teammates scored at least 10 points.

    De Ocampo topscored for the Vipers with 28 points while Primicias supported him with 20

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    In the first game, defending champions Wolfpack used a big fourth quarter run to shake off the pesky Warriors 100-66.

    Mythical Five member Marv Kevin Santos made his presence felt after finishing a season high 42 points and 8 rebounds

    The game was closely fought with the Wolfpack surging ahead early, posting a 23-6 lead behind Santos and Alexzander Candelaria forcing the Warriors to immediately use their timeout.
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    The said break energized the Warriors as they unleashed an 18-5 run led by Rich Chua to inch close to the defending champs at 28-24.

    But the Wolfpack returned the favor and spectacular plays from Santos, Randy Salas and James Eleazar gave their team a 43-32 lead in the third.

    The Warriors tried to make another move early in the fourth with former league MVP Stewart Samson scoring inside to cut the lead to 6 points at 62-56

    But the Wolfpack got their second wind and dropped a big 22-4 run that silenced the guns of the Warriors.

    The defending champions ended the payoff period with 38 points compared to Warriors 12 points.

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    in the final game of the day, Team Stallions entered the win column after defeating Team Warhawks 80-72

    Yves Sy drilled in key three pointers to frustrate the Warhawks defense who were aiming to cut in to the lead of the Stallions in the second half

    The game was a close one at the start of the game with both teams exchanging baskets which resulted to a 7 all deadlock before the Stallions surged ahead with a 16-5 run to end the first period on top by double digit margin.

    The Warhawks however remained within striking distance and in the second frame, they finally took the lead at 35-34 after a big four point play from Albert Chua

    But the Stallions didn’t fade away and instead fought back to regain the lead behind great plays from Lorenz Palmos, Ricky Velasco and Eric Fuertes.

    After the Warhawks tied the game at 49, Stallions answered back with eight unanswered points to give themselves some breathing room.

    in the fourth, the Warhawks inched closer again from the efforts and Allan Lacanilao and Taboac but Stallions came ready and answered back from dagger shots from Sy and Palmos to put the game away in the end.


    WOLFPACK 100- Santos 42, Eleazar 14, Candelaria 12, Salas 10, Buzon 6, Fajardo 6, Santilices 4, Ramirez 2, Ventura 2, Cruz 2, Cabaltera 0, Ritua 0
    WARRIORS 66- Chua 15, Castronuevo 13, Delos Reyes 10, Samson 10, Flores 6, Gutierrez 5, Santiago 3, Caniliao 2, Pinili 2, Natividad 0


    TITANS 82 - Soliven 18, Bordeos 17, Ilao 15, Basillo 11, Ibenez 11, Figueroa 4, Sunga 3, Medina 2, Nuque 1, Jasme 0, Lacambacal 0, Serrano 0
    VIPERS 81- De Ocampo 28, Primicias 20, Lasam 11, Cristobal 9, Cordero 6, Bergado 4, Patricio 2, Jimenez 1, Espineda 0


    STALLIONS 80 - Palmos 31, Sy 25, Sangalang 8, Malana 8, Palmares 2, Barcelon 2, Velasco 2, De Leon 1, Fuertes 1
    WARHAWKS 72- Lacanilao 19, Chua 13, Taboac 10, Suck 10, Gonzales 5, Rivera 5, Valencia 4, Abenes 3, Chan 3


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    VIPERS EDGE WARHAWKS
    Spartans move up to 3-0; Giants enter the win column
    PEXBALL Sports Desk

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    Team Vipers bounced back from a heartbreaking loss against Team Titans as they nipped Team Warhawks 75-72 at the continuation of the 12th PinoyExchange.com Basketball tournament at the Cloverleaf Gym Saturday

    The Vipers found an unlikely hero in hardy espineda as he provided key plays down the stretch along with veteran Joby Primicias and CJ Lasam to nab their second win in three games

    The game was tightly fought with the Vipers holding a slim advantage at the end of the first period

    However the following quarter saw the Vipers asserting their supremacy over the Warhawks with Lasam and Primicias and Mark De Ocampo combining forces to give the vipers a 25-15 advantage

    The Warhawks behind the trioka of Albert Chua, Jeff Suck and Tristan Taboac managed to cut the deficit to three at 32-29 at halftime

    The third period saw the Warhawks move ahead with Taboac and Victor Abenes scoring baskets to give their team a 43-38

    In the fourth the Warhawks posted their biggest lead in the game ay 57-51 after free throws by Suck

    But the Vipers slowly crawled their way back to the game after a three pointer from Primicias that tied the game at 65 with 3:22 remaining in the game

    The Vipers surged ahead with a basket by lasam on an assist by Espineda before Taboac tied it all again with two freebies

    Slotman Kenneth Sarinas shoved the Vipers back in fromt with an undergoal stab before primicias scored again with a jumper

    After rookie Regen Aguda scored a basket with 45 seconds left to cut the deficit at 71-69 , the Warhawks immediately fouled Espineda in hopes that the Vipers team captain would crumble under pressure but Espineda surprisingly made his two free throws for a 73-69 lead

    The Warhawks wasted no time and a three pointer from Suck cut the lead of the Vipers to one at 73-72 with 12 seconds left

    Last season's fifth place team then fouled Primicias who then made both freebies for a 75-72 lead with 4 seconds left

    With no time out left the Warhawks inbounded the ball from the other end of the court and the pass was stolen by Espineda to preserve the win for the vipers

    Primicias and De Ocampo led the offensive onslaught for the Vipers with 21 points a piece while lasam added on 15. Suck meanwhile had 25 for the warhawks
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    In the other game, five time champ team Spartans maintained their unblemish record after defeating the upset conscious team Stallions 71-63

    Mondrei Gonzales and Omar Ilagan provided the key baskets down the stretch to hand their team their third win in the season

    After being down in the early part of the game , the Spartans made the game interesting as it stuck close with the stallions before finally taking the lead midway the fourth period on an and-one from Omar Ilagan.
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    but the Stallions fought back and with a three pointer from Last season’s Mythical Five member Lorenz Palmos, and the last year’s sixth placed team cut the deficit to just one point at 62-61 with less than 3 minutes remaining.

    But a heated confrontation involving big man Jericho Ilagan and guard Ronnie Malana halted the momentum of the Stallions. The Spartans used their experience in close game situations to silence the Stallions.

    Clutch baskets from Ilagan and Gonzales coupled by three point misses and turnovers by the Stallions gave the game to the Spartans.

    The Spartans were led by the stellar play of the sophomore Gonzales who led the team with 14 points 7 rebounds 5 steals while the veteran Ilagan had 12 points and 5 rebounds.
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    In the curtain raiser team Giants won the battle of winless teams after defeating team Toros 62-52

    The Giants controlled the tempo from the openning tipoff never allowing the Toros to make its move

    The Giants took a 12 pt lead at 44-32 as shock troppers Ronald Lim and marksman Amiel Zarate scored back to back threes

    The closest that that Toros could do is chop the lead to just 4 pts along the way
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    Don Greggy Bayani topscored for the Giants with 15 followed by Lim with 13. Arvy Trinidad had a fantasy league stats of 9 pts 9 rebs 5 blks while Con Herrera had 18 rebs and 6 asts

    Retiring JC Yumul led the Toros with 12 pts.


    FIRST GAME

    GIANTS 62- Bayani 15, Lim 13, Trinidad 9, Zarate 6, Pangilinan 6, Chua 5, Herrera 4, Villanueva 2, Catipon 2, Wetack 0, Borja 0, Rialp 0
    TOROS 52- Yumul 12, Castillo R. 8, Lopez 7, Jardin 6, Cortez 5, Sarmiento 5, Victorio 5, Recongco 2, Gonzales 2, Aladin 0, Lasin 0
    QRT SCORES: 11-6 / 26-23 / 46-39 / 62-52




    SECOND GAME

    SPARTANS 71- Gonzales 14, Ilagan Om 12, Quiroga 9, Santiago 9, Ilagan Jer 7, Alba 6, Bunsoy 6, Buentipo 3, Parilla 3, Rivera 2, Esparrago 0, Ilagan Jen 0
    STALLIONS 63- Palmos 25, Santos 9, Sy 9, Malana 9, Fuertes 5, Sangalang 2, Palmares 2, Flores 2, De Leon 0, Barcelon 0
    QRT SCORES: 12-18 / 26-28 / 46-48 / 71-63


    THIRD GAME

    VIPERS 75- Primicias 21, De Ocampo 21, Lasam 15, Espineda 6, Sarinas 5, Bergado 5, Lacerna 2, Aguila 0, Reyes 0, Jimenez 0
    WARHAWKS 72- Suck 25, Chua 14, Taboac 12, Abenes 10, Aguda 6, Valencia 2, Chan 2, Javier 1, Gonzales 0
    QRT SCORES: 14-11 / 32-29 / 47-51 / 75-72

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  • color_s_Kaboinkcolor_s_Kaboink PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    WALKERS, TITANS REMAIN UNSCATCHED;
    SENTINELS FINALLY WIN ONE OVER WOLFPACK
    Pexball Sports Desk

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    Team Walkers survived the last period rally of the pesky Rogue Squad to register an 86-83 victory in the curtain raiser of the June 27 game of the PinoyExchange.com Basketball League at the Cloverleaf Gym

    Vladdy Lucido rescued the Walkers from the jaws of defeat with timely baskets down the stretch after the Rogue team threatened to snatch the game away from the Walkers

    The result of the game was far from what spectators imagined after Lucido and Allan Dator opened the game with three point shots resulting to an 21-8 lead.

    But the Rogue Team rally back their first round rookie pick Mark Joseph Mercado waxing hot to cut the deficit to just 4 at 26-22.

    Walkers immediately resturned the favor and shock troppers Chris Valencia and Peter Anog kept the Rogue Squad at bay with baskets of their own.

    The Walkers threatened to blow the game wide open again in the second period with Lucido and Xavier Dela Cruz scoring at will giving the WNC team a 37-22 lead.

    The Rogue Squad again behind Mercado managed to close out the second period within striking distance at 48-42.

    It was the same story during the third period with the Walkers keeping the Rogue Squad at bay as the Gelo Torres led squad had their difficulties finding the hole in their basket.

    However things changed in the fourth period after the Walkers erected a 12 point lead at 73-61 after a basket by Pao Escober. The Rogue Squad slowly made their move with a 12-4 run to make the game interesting at 77-73 after Carl Erwin Huertas’ three point shot.
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    Walkers then decided to field back Lucido who immediate scored on their next possession giving some space for the Walkers but the Rogue team countered it with baskets from Mercado and James Ciriaco to make it 80-78 with 1:44 left.

    After a split from Lucido, the Rogue team had a chance to tie the game but Rocky Bernardo missed his three point try which the Walkers took advantage resulting to a basket from Lucido making it 83-78

    A split from James Ciriaco and a layup from Bernardo with 20 seconds left cut the Walkers lead to just 2 points at 83-81

    Lucido then made one of his charities leaving the door open for the Roque Squad but two straight three point attempts from Bernardo failed to find its mark before Mercado scored on his putback cutting the lead to just one point at 84-83 with 5 seconds left.

    Walkers then had the presence of mind to inbound the ball immediately wherein Dela Cruz scored on a layup for an 86-83 lead with 2.5 seconds left.

    After suing for their final timeout, Rogue Squad gave the ball to Mercado who missed his three point attempt giving the Walkers the victory.

    Lucido led the Walkers with 27 points 17 rebounds 2 blocks 3 steals and 4 assists while late draft pick Dela Cruz had 16 points.

    Mercado meanwhile led the Rogue Squad with 31 points 16 rebounds 3 blocks and 2 blocks while Bernardo had 19.
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    In the marquee match up , Team Sentinels finally win one against Team Wolfpack after defeating the defending champions 95-87

    Using a great ball movement and balance scoring, the Sentinels stuck close with the Wolfpack refusing to get blown away despite a strong game from Marv Kevin Santos.

    The Wolfpack opened the opening period up by seven at 21-14 before the Sentinels closed the first period with a mini run to cut the deficit to just three points.

    In the second period, the Sentinels found themselves in front after Jojo Escanlar, Arsenio Galanida Jr and Edward Maceda waxed hot for a 46-41 lead.

    In the third, the Wolfpack regained tthe upperhand and posted a 51-46 lead after a strong showing in the opening minutes but Sentinels settled down and baskets from Robinson Abalos, Galanida and Escanlar pushed the league’s bridesmaid back in the driver seat.

    The said run by the Sentinels somehow drained the energy of the Wolfpack wherein the Sentinels posted a 67-57 lead.

    In the last period, the Wolfpack rallied and took a 74-71 lead courtesy of the hot hands of Santos but Sentinels remained calm and six straight points from Jontahan Gonzales pushed the Sentinels back up front.

    A three pointer from Abalos apprently killed the hopes of the Wolfpack while it energized the Sentinels on defense stopping the offense of the defending champions in successive possession.

    Abalos starred for the Sentinels with 28 points and 8 rebounds while Escanlar had 19.

    Free agent aquisition Galanida finished with 17 points while Gonzales had 14.

    Santos meanwhile carried the cudgels for the Wolfpack with 41 points 7 rebounds and 6 steals while JM Fajardo supported him with 16.

    A big missing link for the Wolfpack is James Eleazar who finished scoreless for the first time in his PEXBALL career.

    In the main game, Team Titans continued its winning run after defeating Team Warriors 70-59.

    Titans’ shock troopers stepped up big time in the absense of its go to guy Mike Soliven as they hustled their way to victory.

    Nino Bordeos topscored for the Titans with 20 points while rookie Remil Ibanez finished with 12.
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    The Warriors who welcomed back slotman Christian Manalang and Mike Brua failed to bounce back from the defeat last time around as they continue to fire blanks from the three point range.

    The Titans used a second period run to take control of the game. But the Warriors behind Manalang and Rich Chua regained the lead at the end of the third period.

    But the Titans proved steadier down the stretch as the fourth period belong to them as their offense began to click and their defense frustrated the Warriors.



    FIRST GAME

    WALKERS 86 - Lucido 27, Dela Cruz 16, Dator 12, Valencia 9, Escober 6, Dungao 4, Ong 4, Lapizar 3, Anog 3, Aquisap 2, Rena 0

    ROGUE SQUAD 83- Mercado 31, Bernardo 19, Huertas 14, Verdiano 7, Ciriaco J 6, Apellado 3, Magbanua 3, Talaro 0, Torres 0, Ciriaco D. 0

    QRT SCORES: 31-22 / 48-42 / 68-56 / 86-83



    SECOND GAME

    SENTINELS 95 - Abalos 28, Escanlar 19, Galanida 17, Gonzales 14, Maceda 5, Denesado 5, Nanat 4, Valenzuela 3, Pureza 0

    WOLFPACK 87 - Santos 41, Fajardo 16, Ventura 13, Candelaria 11, Ritua 2, Santelices 2, Cabaltera 2, Cruz 0, Eleazar 0

    QRT SCORES: 20-23 / 46-41 / 67-59 / 95-87



    THIRD GAME

    TITANS 70 - Bordeos 20, Ibanez 12, Ilao 8, Basilio 8, Manuel 5, Figueroa 5, Medina 5, Campano 4, Lacambacal 3, Nuque 0, Jasme 0, Serrano 0

    WARRIROS 59 - Samson 14, Castronuevo 11, Chua 10, Manalang 9, Canilao 8, Flores 6, Bantillan 1, Gutierrez 0, Brua 0 , Natividad 0, Ong 0 , Kuo 0

    QRT SCORES: 15-14 / 33-26 / 47-49 / 70-59

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  • color_s_Kaboinkcolor_s_Kaboink PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    SPARTANS GRAB SOLO LEADERSHIP
    Giants, Vipers get back to back wins
    PEXBALL Sports Desk

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    In the game the featured unbeaten teams, the team Spartans came out the victors after an 89-79 win over team Titans in the curtain raiser in the Pinoyexchange.com Basketball League at the cloverleaf gym saturday.

    Sopohomore Dre Gonzales once again shined for the 5 time champions after registering 21 points 5 assists and 3 steals while veteran Norman Buentipo grabbed a PEXBALL career high 19 rebounds.
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    The Spartans took advantage of slow starting Titans as they built a 12 point lead early in the game led by Gonzales , Jericho Ilagan and Carlos Parilla.

    In the second , the Spartans continued their rampage as they padded on to their lead which grew to 24 points at 51-27 as other Spartans contributed while the Titans still couldn’t buy a basket on the tight defense by the greenies.

    The third period saw the Titans make their move as former MVP Mike Soliven waxed hot helping the Titans trim the deficit however the Spartans enjoying a much deeper bench, was able to maintain the lead entering the final canto.

    With its starters getting enough rest, the Titans began their long chase at the Spartans lead wherein the once insourmountable lead was cut down to just 10 points at 77-67 with less than 5 minutes left as Nino Bordeos began to find the hole in the Titans’ basket

    However Buentipo and Omar Ilagan stopped the rally of last season’s third place team as both players showed their nose for the ball grabbing important rebounds resulting to back to back baskets for the Spartans with a little over 2 minutes left .

    But the Titans were not yet done as they immediately scored 9 straight points ending with Soliven’s big three pointer to cut the deficit to just five at 81-76 with 1:20 left.

    The Titans were given another opportunity as Ilagan missed his two free throws but Parilla grabbed the leather and scored on a putback .

    Gonzales then added on to the misery of the Titans with another basket on their next possession thus securing the win for the Spartans who now hold the solo leadership in the team standings.

    Spartans showed their strength in the game as they dominated all the aspects of the game from field goal percentage, rebounds, steals, and assists.
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    In the second game, Team Giants hardly broke a sweat after defeating the Rogue Squad 85-47.

    Conrad Herrera and Amiel Zarate starred for the Giants who have won two straight after losing their first two games in the season.

    Zarate shot the lights out in the game as he scored 24 points, all coming from the three point area while Herrera tallied another fantasy stats line with league season high 26 rebounds, 6 blocks and 4 assists as the Giants led from the opening tip off never allowing the Rogue Squad to score more than 15 points in four quarters.

    With rookie Mark Mercado out due to personal commitments, the Rogue Squad were simply outmatched and outhustled throughout the game and to make matters worse their poor shot selection and lack of ball movement further pushed their team down as they shot only 1/20 from the three point area.
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    The Giants meanwhile were the complete opposite as everyone who were fielded in was able to score a basket.

    The loss was the Rogue's 4th this season and 15 straight overall dating back last season.
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    In the nightcap, team Vipers upended team Stallions 79-62.

    Joby Primicias and rookie Mark DeOcampo combined for 50 points as the Vipers rallied from a 15 point deficit early in the second period to frustrate the Stallions.

    The Stallions looking to bounce back from a heartbreaking defeat last time around, started well as they began hitting their shots from all corners, frustrating the Vipers who couldn't seem to solve the riddle

    Lorenz Palmos , Yves Sy and guard Ronnie Malana played big during the said hot start as the three scored 8 pts apiece
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    But the Vipers wasted no time and as soon as they found their range , the lead of fhe Stallions quickly evaporated into thin air and last year's 9th place team had made the game interesting by halftime.

    The Vipers completed their turnaround by the third period while Stallions began shooting bricks enroute to their third loss in 4 games.


    FIRST GAME

    SPARTANS 89 - Gonzales 21, Ilagan Omar 15, Ilagan Jericho 11, Parilla 11, Santiago 10, Bunsoy 7, Buentipo 7, Ilagan Jensen 4, Rivera 3, Esparrago 0
    TITANS 79 - Soliven 23, Bordeos 18, Ilao 11, Manuel 9, Sunga 7, Medina 4, Nuque 3, Figueroa 2, Serrano 2

    QRT SCORES: 27-16 / 51-29 / 70-53 / 89-79

    SECOND GAME

    GIANTS 85- Zarate 24, Pangilinan 13, Trinidad 11, Bayani 10, Lim 10, Borja 6, Wetack 6, Chua 3, Herrera 2
    ROGUE 47- Alfaro 13, Bernardo 12, Magbanua 8, Cobrador 5, Ciriaco James 4, Apellado 3, Verdiano 2, Torres 0, Ciriaco Domz 0, Abcede 0

    QRT SCORES: 19-6 / 39-19 / 66-32 / 85-47

    THIRD GAME

    VIPERS 79- De Ocampo 26, Primicias 24, Bergado 8, Patricio 7, Mabaga 7, Espineda 3, Lacerna 2, Aguila 2, Reyes 0, Jimenez 0
    STALLIONS 62- Malana 15, Palmos 13, Sy 11, Sangalang 9, Fuertes 7, Pineda 3, Palmares 2, De Leon 2, Velasco 0, Barcelon 0

    QRT SCORES: 14-24 / 31-34 / 57-42 / 79-62


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    UPDATED F.A as of July 4, 2015

    1
    Michael Do-An Ng (ROOKIE)
    5'5 Guard

    2
    Andy Tugano
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Blupers/Pandas

    3
    James Hesita*
    5’7 Guard Forward Teams Played: Titans

    4
    Carlos Cruz
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lions / Vanguards

    5
    Ramil Batistel
    5’5 Guard Teams Played : Titans / Walkers

    6
    Maco Juliano
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Vipers

    7
    Albert Rubis*
    5’7 Guard Teams Played : Vipers

    8
    CJ Briton
    5’5 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    9
    Sunny Geronimo
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Stallions

    10
    MJ Sito
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    11
    Reynold Enriquez
    5’6 Guard Teams Played: Lynx / Lightning

    12
    Reo Reotutar
    5’6 Guard Teams Played : Arsenals/ Spartans

    13
    Jerome Azarcon
    5'6 Guard Forward Teams Played: Macaroon / Spartans
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