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May 12-18, 2017
Manila, Philippines


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  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    C - Fajardo (6'10"), Blatche (6'11")
    PF - Aguilar (6'9"), Rosario (6'7"), Almazan (6'8")
    SF - Abueva (6'2"), Maliksi (6'4")
    SG - Wright (6'3"), Pogoy (6'2")
    PG - Castro (5'11"), Romeo (5'11"), Jalalon (5'9")
  • gavin44gavin44 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Bakit hindi nakuha si Ed Daquioag? Sayang combo guard pa naman.
  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Malaysia NT

    Chan Kek Thai (6'6")
    Choo Wei Hong (6'6")
    Anthony Liew (6'5")
    Mak Lok Seng (6'5")
    Chin Zhi Shin (6'4")
    Liaw Chee Huei (6'2")
    Ting Chun Hong (6'1")
    Alvin Ang (5'11")
    Vincent Choong (5'11")
    Heng Yee Tong (5'10")
    Ong Wei Yong (5'10")
    Teo Kok Hou (5'9")
  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Singapore NT

    Delvin Goh (6'7")
    V Lavin Raj (6'7")
    Justin Lim (6'5")
    Hanbin Ng (6'5")
    John Ng (6'3")
    Larry Liew (6'3")
    Leon Kwek (6'2")
    Lyon Chia (6'2)
    Tan Chin Hong (6'1")
    Johrathon Cheok (5'11")
    Lim Jun Yuan (5'10")
    Wong Wei Long (5'9")
  • latundanlatundan PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Walanjo buhay yan..... mga genuine malaysian at singaporean lineup nila

    Pinas lang ba talga half-ganito half-ganyan half-minsan half-palagi half-halfan.... :rotfl:
  • trailblazerstrailblazers PEx Rookie ⭐
    Meron na ba full schedule?
  • allein_stevenallein_steven PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Grabe pupulbusin lang to ng gilas..

    Kahit wala na si blatche..
  • cb36cb36 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Grabe pupulbusin lang to ng gilas..

    Kahit wala na si blatche..

    I am not sure kung may naturalized player din ang Thailand.Do you remember that guy Tyler Lamb na sinasabi nila na Thai-American daw.
    Kung makakalaro to sa Thailand tingin ko gaganda ang kumpetisyon natin dito.
    Tama ka kahit wala dyan si Blatche yakang yaka natin mga yan kahit maglaro pa yang Lamb na yan.Si Abueva bahala dyan.Labasan lang ng dila ni Abueva yan yari na yan ha ha ha ha.
  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Lewis believes Thailand are headed in right direction


    BANGKOK (SEABA Championship 2017) - For Thailand head coach Tim Lewis, the top priority is moving up and forward. The 49-year-old British tactician was named to the helm of the Thai national team last year, and he has proven to be a capable mentor, helping the Southeast Asian side achieve respectable results in their last couple of sub-zone and continental tournaments.

    In the SEABA Cup 2016, Thailand finished a strong second to regional powerhouse Philippines. Coach Lewis's wards very nearly pulled the rug from under the Filipinos in the elimination round, falling short by the slimmest of margins, 66-65, before losing again to the eventual champions, 97-80, in the Final.

    Though his team was not able to pocket the crown last year, coach Lewis remained upbeat about their performance.

    "It was my first opportunity to work with the team, and I was very pleased last summer," said Lewis.

    Thailand also turned some heads in the FIBA Asia Challenge 2016, though they came home without a single victory. The Thais had a fast start against Japan in their group game, leading after one period, 22-17, before eventually losing out, 96-67. They were most impressive, however, in their game against Gulf powerhouse Qatar. Thailand led at the half, 40-35, but they succumbed to pressure in the second half and the final possession, which resulted in a heartbreaking 64-62 defeat.

    Coach Lewis attributed this to inexperience, and how things still need to be changed in a big way for Thai basketball to rise through the ranks.


    "A lot of things need to change - the culture, the style of play, stuff like that." - Lewis


    It's a good thing then, that there are, indeed, signs of improvement, especially with the advent of the Thailand Basketball Super League (TBSL), which Lewis views as a vital cog in the overall progression of the sport in the country.

    "The new league here, the TBSL, allowed me to watch the games on the weekends, keep an eye on the new players and the ones already in the national team," Lewis explained. "We're currently identifying 20-24 players we can bring along in the SEABA, SEA Games and FIBA Asia."

    Above and beyond the TBSL, though, Lewis acknowledged that there are other things that the Basketball Sport Association of Thailand need to work on, but, at the very least, he is happy with how open-minded the players and management have been to his ideas.

    "It's important for us to get everything functioning," said Lewis. "They've been very welcoming and very open to accepting my vision. The players have embraced it as well."

    Starting this year, Lewis will be, in addition to head coach, the national team's technical and performance director. With this new position, he plans to more regularly expose Thailand to high level competition and give more focus to player development, especially with the potentially talented pool of players coming up the youth level.

    "We have some size coming through and three or four young, potentially high level players with the opportunity to lead Thai hoops forward in the next 6-10 years," Lewis declared. "There is certainly talent, and there are opportunities to play in the men's program."

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    Lewis believes Thailand are headed in right direction
    Timothy Charles Lewis (THA)
    Timothy Charles Lewis (THA) - Thailand v Japan, 2016 FIBA Asia Challenge (IRI), Tehran(Islamic Republic of Iran), Preliminary Round, 11 September 2016
    BANGKOK (SEABA Championship 2017) - For Thailand head coach Tim Lewis, the top priority is moving up and forward. The 49-year-old British tactician was named to the helm of the Thai national team last year, and he has proven to be a capable mentor, helping the Southeast Asian side achieve respectable results in their last couple of sub-zone and continental tournaments.

    In the SEABA Cup 2016, Thailand finished a strong second to regional powerhouse Philippines. Coach Lewis's wards very nearly pulled the rug from under the Filipinos in the elimination round, falling short by the slimmest of margins, 66-65, before losing again to the eventual champions, 97-80, in the Final.


    Though his team was not able to pocket the crown last year, coach Lewis remained upbeat about their performance.

    "It was my first opportunity to work with the team, and I was very pleased last summer," said Lewis.

    Thailand also turned some heads in the FIBA Asia Challenge 2016, though they came home without a single victory. The Thais had a fast start against Japan in their group game, leading after one period, 22-17, before eventually losing out, 96-67. They were most impressive, however, in their game against Gulf powerhouse Qatar. Thailand led at the half, 40-35, but they succumbed to pressure in the second half and the final possession, which resulted in a heartbreaking 64-62 defeat.


    Coach Lewis attributed this to inexperience, and how things still need to be changed in a big way for Thai basketball to rise through the ranks.

    "A lot of things need to change - the culture, the style of play, stuff like that." - Lewis

    It's a good thing then, that there are, indeed, signs of improvement, especially with the advent of the Thailand Basketball Super League (TBSL), which Lewis views as a vital cog in the overall progression of the sport in the country.

    "The new league here, the TBSL, allowed me to watch the games on the weekends, keep an eye on the new players and the ones already in the national team," Lewis explained. "We're currently identifying 20-24 players we can bring along in the SEABA, SEA Games and FIBA Asia."

    Above and beyond the TBSL, though, Lewis acknowledged that there are other things that the Basketball Sport Association of Thailand need to work on, but, at the very least, he is happy with how open-minded the players and management have been to his ideas.

    "It's important for us to get everything functioning," said Lewis. "They've been very welcoming and very open to accepting my vision. The players have embraced it as well."

    Starting this year, Lewis will be, in addition to head coach, the national team's technical and performance director. With this new position, he plans to more regularly expose Thailand to high level competition and give more focus to player development, especially with the potentially talented pool of players coming up the youth level.

    "We have some size coming through and three or four young, potentially high level players with the opportunity to lead Thai hoops forward in the next 6-10 years," Lewis declared. "There is certainly talent, and there are opportunities to play in the men's program."

    Looking at the immediate challenges, however, Lewis accepts Thailand's current state as underdogs to the Philippines in the two biggest sub-zone competitions this year - the SEABA Championship in April and biennial SEA Games in August.

    "It'll be very hard, and Gilas will have a very strong team in SEABA because of the significance of the tournament," Lewis said "We want to improve and be seen as one of the top teams in the SEA, but it's a long way to go in terms of competing with the Philippines at a regular rate."

    One of the things Thai hoop nuts are looking forward to is possibly seeing their first ever naturalized player suit up in the SEABA Championship, especially with three promising Thai-Americans in their wishlist: Moses Morgan, Freddie Goldstein (who was on the preliminary roster for the FIBA Asia Challenge 2016) and Tyler Lamb. Lewis, though, was non-committal on the inclusion of any of those in his prospective national pool.

    "We may have one of them available," he said. "But we're still not clear on
    that for a variety of reasons."

    At the end of the day, Lewis has a long-term plan for the Thai basketball program, but he knows that his current mission is to put his team in a position to upset the Philippines whether it's at the SEABA Championship or at the SEA Games.

    "You never bypass the competition in front of you - our focus is a chance to play in the SEABA Final, to win it all," he shared. "At the same time, as a country, for us to be in a medal position in the SEA Games would be a huge accomplishment."

    It will definitely be an uphill climb for his team, who won the SEABA Championship crown for the first and only time in 2013, but coach Lewis is optimistic about a bright future waiting in the horizon for Thai basketball.

    "We're growing, it's a process," he said. "But, for sure, we are headed in the right direction."

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  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    May 12 (Fri)
    1500 Indonesia vs Singapore
    1700 Malaysia vs Thailand
    1900 Myanmar vs Philippines

    May 13 (Sat)
    1500 Vietnam vs Thailand
    1700 Indonesia vs Malaysia
    1900 Philippines vs Singapore

    May 14 (Sun)
    1500 Thailand vs Indonesia
    1700 Myanmar vs Vietnam
    1900 Malaysia vs Philippines

    May 15 (Mon)
    1500 Thailand vs Myanmar
    1700 Singapore vs Malaysia
    1900 Indonesia vs Vietnam

    May 16 (Tue)
    1500 Myanmar vs Singapore
    1700 Malaysia vs Vietnam
    1900 Philippines vs Thailand

    May 17 (Wed)
    1500 Myanmar vs Indonesia
    1700 Singapore vs Thailand
    1900 Vietnam vs Philippines

    May 18 (Thu)
    1500 Malaysia vs Myanmar
    1700 Vietnam vs Singapore
    1900 Philippines vs Indonesia
  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Myanmar NT

    Kaung Myat Aye (6'5")
    Wai Zin (6'2")
    Aung Zaya (6'2")
    Thein Han (6'2")
    Aung Phyo Wai (6'0")
    Sei Thu Tun Tun (5'11")
    Wa Na Aung (5'11")
    Sai Phyo Kyaw (5'11")
    Tin Min Mon (5'11")
    Thant Zaw (5'10")
    Thein Tun Oo (5'10")
    Aung Myat Phyo (5'9")
  • jolabuevajolabueva PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Myanmar NT

    Kaung Myat Aye (6'5")
    Wai Zin (6'2")
    Aung Zaya (6'2")
    Thein Han (6'2")
    Aung Phyo Wai (6'0")
    Sei Thu Tun Tun (5'11")
    Wa Na Aung (5'11")
    Sai Phyo Kyaw (5'11")
    Tin Min Mon (5'11")
    Thant Zaw (5'10")
    Thein Tun Oo (5'10")
    Aung Myat Phyo (5'9")

    Liit ng lineup na to! Kahit si abueva lang ang sentro dito yakang yaka! :D
  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Vietnam NT

    Tran Vu Linh (6'6")
    Nguyen Van Hung (6'4")
    Nguyen Thanh Nhan (6'3")
    Nguyen Van Hung (6'2")
    Dinh Tien Cong (6'0")
    Nguyen Tien Duong (5'11")
    Dinh Thanh Tam (5'11")
    Le Ngoc Tu (5'11")
    Horace Nguyen (5'10")
    Trieu Han Minh (5'10")
    Lai Xuong Thanh
    Le Thang Phuoc
  • BubblesButtercupBubblesButtercup I Love Holly Golightly!!! PEx Expert 🎖️
    Lakas ng pinas sa basketball pero ibang sport nganga haha

    Baka pwedeng gastusan din ibang sports para di halatang yung kumekitang sport lang ang sinusuportahan
  • Max_BuwayaMax_Buwaya PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    consider this campaign a failure kung magkatalo tayo ng isa. scrimmage lang dapat ito sa gilas.
  • gavin44gavin44 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Max_Buwaya wrote: »
    consider this campaign a failure kung magkatalo tayo ng isa. scrimmage lang dapat ito sa gilas.

    Wag na nila ituloy kampanya nila kung matalo sila ng isang beses. Kakahiya sila kung ganun.
  • AnthonyServinioAnthonyServinio Member In Focus PEx Icon 🎖️🎖️🎖️
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    TWO ALUMNI of the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) have been named to the Philippine team that will be tasked to win the Southeast Asian Basketball Association (SEABA) Men’s Championship starting tomorrow (May 12) at the Araneta Coliseum. Star Hotshots teammates Jiovani Jalalon and Allein Maliksi hope to contribute in what is seen as the vital first step in the country’s ultimate goal of playing again in the world’s biggest tournaments. READ MORE
  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Indonesia NT

    Adhi Pratama Prasetyo PUTRA (6'7")
    Christian Ronald SETIPU (6'7")
    Firman Dwi NUGROHO (6'6")
    Kevin Yonas Argadiba SITORUS (6'5")
    Jamarr Johnson (6'5")
    Sandy Febiansyakh KURNIAWAN (6'3")
    Diftha PRATAMA (6'1")
    Hardianus LAKUDU (5'10")
    Mario WUYSANG (5'10")
    Andakara Prastawa DHYAKSA (5'10")
    Abraham Damar GRAHITA (5'10")
  • tambayan101tambayan101 Member PEx Expert 🎖️
    Thailand NT

    Chanachon KLAHAN (6'7")
    Patiphan KLAHAN (6'7")
    Sukhdave GHOGAR (6'5")
    Wutipong DASOM (6'5")
    Naratip BOONSERM (6'4")
    Anuruk LODLIANG (6'3")
    Teerawat CHANTHACHON (6'3")
    Nakorn JAISANUK (6'3")
    Chitchai ANANTI (6'2")
    Kannut SAMERJAI (5'11")
    Sorot SUNTHONSIRI (5'11")
    Nattakarn MUANGBOON (5'10")
  • Ows? Dami namang sponsors ang mga Boxers, Dragon Boat, Rugby Players pati yung Azkals.

    As for the other sports, basta andyan si Peping walang mangyayari.
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