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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 3:59 pm 
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enthusiast lang bro :D


but where & how do you get information about fil-foreign prospects?

Galeng nga mag-research nung TS saka with matching numbers pa. Curious lang ako TS dun sa 6'8" Fil-AM player na si Christian Standhardinger. Have you seen him play? Pano sya maglaro? Parang EJ Feihl or Japeth Aguilar ( na nman :lol: ) ba?


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lol.. tama na yang Japeth na yan :biglaugh:
Di ko pa nakita maglaro tong batang to, pero base sa mga article na nabasa ko, mabilis raw to tsaka maraming galaw sa paint, at may 3-point accuracy pa..
unlike Japeth na puro dakdak lang alam.. 8)


tama na, pero may pasaring ka pa rin dun sa isa...

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:02 pm 
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mukhang promising yung 6-8 na si Christian Standhardinger ah! :cool:

yup, nkapaglaro na rin sya sa German U-18 team.. pero pwede pa raw sya makapaglaro sa national team natin.


aba parang familiar na nga sakin yan ah, not so sure
kung san ko narinig or napanuod yang info na yan.
dun ata sa show ni Snow sa Ch4 or sa PBA mismo... :?

nung Nebraska U stint nya, di sya masyado nakaproduce ng maganda stats kasi baka may attitude problem rin tong batang to.. one time kasi nahuli sila ng Lispu ng friend nya na hubo't walang saplut :biglaugh:. Kaya siguro nung 2011 lumipat sya sa Hawaii U, siguro by this year mkakalaro na sya.


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Tulsa 69, Rice 50

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TULSA, Okla. -- Jordan Clarkson scored 23 points, Steven Idlet added 18 and Tulsa closed the game on a 20-3 run to defeat Rice 69-50 Saturday night.

Clarkson hit 5 of 6 3-pointers -- he was 6 for 12 overall from the floor -- and was perfect on six free-throw attempts for the Golden Hurricane (16-11, 9-4 Conference USA), who have won nine of their past 11 games and defeated Rice for the 12th straight time.

The Owls (15-12, 6-6) got 11 points from Connor Frizzelle and 10 from Omar Oraby.

Rice was within 49-47 after Frizzelle hit a pair of free throws with 7:47 remaining. But Idlet hit six straight free throws and Clarkson followed with two more as the Hurricane pulled away down the stretch. Idlet had 10 points during the final surge, including a fast-break dunk with 1:02 remaining that closed out the scoring.

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Arsalan Kazemi(An Iranian NT starter, played in Rice) had 2 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 steals

Sa ngayon eto si Clarkson may pinakamagandang laro sa listahan :D


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:22 pm 
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Cal State Fullerton: I. Umipig 24 Pts, 2 Ast


Cal St.-Fullerton 80, Montana St. 66

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FULLERTON, Calif. -- Isiah Umipig scored 24 points, one of four Cal State Fullerton players in double figures, in an 80-66 triumph over Montana State on Saturday night.

Cal State Fullerton (18-7) scored eight 3-point field goals, four by Umipig, in the BracketBusters game. Umipig made all four of his free-throw attempts, and his team was perfect from the line at 12 of 12.

The other double-figure scorers for the Titans were Orane Chin (14) and Kwame Vaughn and Sedric Martin (13 each). Vaughn also had five assists.

Shawn Reid led Montana State (11-15) with 20 points, including four 3-pointers. Tre Johnson scored 14 points and Mohamed Fall 10. Rod Singleton had six assists.


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Good thread Snow Badua.. :lol:

wag ka maingay dwight, atin2x lang yun :whisper:


Noted.. :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:36 pm 
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dwight wrote:
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Good thread Snow Badua.. :lol:

wag ka maingay dwight, atin2x lang yun :whisper:


Noted.. :lol:


:shock: :shock:

idol bakit wala pa rin kapalit si justin romero? :biglaugh:

tsaka pahingi naman ng jersey ni Japeth Aguilar! :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:49 pm 
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chot wrote:
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Good thread Snow Badua.. :lol:


Noted.. :lol:


:shock: :shock:

idol bakit wala pa rin kapalit si justin romero? :biglaugh:

tsaka pahingi naman ng jersey ni Japeth Aguilar! :lol:

justin or jasmin romero? :?
tigilan nyo ko, back to topic na tayo or si Japeth na lang gisahin nyo :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 5:04 pm 
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^nyahahaha, oo nga pala. jasmin nga naman! :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 3:08 pm 
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Name: Stanley Pringle
Age: 24
Position: PG
Height: 6 foot 1
Weight: 180 lbs
Highschool: Landstown HS
College: Pennsylvania State University (NCAA Div 1)
Euro League Teams: Siarka Jezioro (Poland), Leuven (Belgium), currently at DniproAzot (Ukraine)
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Name: Moala Tautuaa
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Position: C/PF
Height: 6 foot 6
Weight: 235 lbs
Highschool: Clairemont
College: Chadron State Colleges
Season Averages:
2008-2009: 18 MPG; 7.0 PPG; 4.2 RPG
2009-2010: 12.1 PPG; 5.0 RPG
2010-2011: 14 PPG; 5.2 RPG
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Name: Brandon Rosser
Age:
Position: F
Height: 6 foot 7
Weight: 185 lbs
Highschool: Temecula Valley High
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Name: Matt Rosser
Age: 19
Position: G
Height: 6 foot 5
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Highschool: Temecula High
College: Cal Poly Pomona( NCAA Div 2)
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Name: Ryan Wetherell
Age: 24
Position: PG
Height: 5 foot 11
Weight: 190 lbs
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College: USC (Div 1)
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Name: Levi Norwood
Age:
Position: G
Height: 6 foot 1
Weight: 180 lbs
Highschool: Midway Highschool
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Name: Isaac Holstein
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Position: C
Height: 6 foot 9
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College: West Virginia State
Season Averages:
Freshman numbers for the NCAA Division II school are wanting. He played 14 games in the 2010-2011 season garnering totals of 10 points, 13 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 2 blocks, and 4 turnovers converting into averages of 0.714 points, 0.929 rebounds, 0.071 assists, 0.071 steals, 0.143 blocks and 0.286 turnovers per outing. He made 4 of 11 field goal attempts(36.4%) and 2 of 7 free throws(28.6 percent).
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Name: Philip Morrison
Age:
Position: PG
Height: 6 foot
Weight: 170 lbs
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College: Asbury University Kentucky (NAIA)
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2009-2010: 20.7PPG;3RPG; 3APG
2010-2011: 21.7PPG; 3RPG
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Name: Jared Norsworthy
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Position: F/G
Height: 6 foot 3
Weight: 165 lbs
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College: Commited to play for Howard University, Washington DC (NCAA Div 1)
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Name: GJ Vilarino
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Height: 6 foot 1
Weight: 160 lbs
Highschool: McKinney
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 3:20 pm 
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Cal State Fullerton: I. Umipig 19 Pts, 2 Reb, 2 Ast, 1 Stl
Pacific: T. Fulton 14 Pts, 10 Reb, 1 Ast, 1 Stl

Cal St.-Fullerton 69, Pacific 68

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STOCKTON, Calif. -- Isiah Umipig scored a game-high 19 points, including the deciding 3-pointer with 13 seconds to play, leading Cal State Fullerton to a 69-68 victory over Pacific on Thursday night.

Umipig made his fifth 3-pointer from the right corner after Pacific's Markus Duran missed the second of two free throws with 25 seconds remaining. It was Fullerton's only lead of the game.

Umipig scored 11 of Fullerton's final 13 points to rally the Titans from a 64-56 deficit with 4:29 to play.

D.J. Seeley had 15 points and eight rebounds for Fullerton (19-7, 10-3 Big West).

Ross Rivera scored 17 points to lead Pacific (11-16, 6-8). Travis Fulton had 14 points and 10 rebounds.

Pacific built a 10-point lead twice in the first half and led 52-42 with 14 minutes remaining.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 1:55 pm 
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Tulsa: K. Maduka 12 Pts, 12 Reb, 1 Ast, 3 Blk
Tulane: R. Tarrant 21 Pts, 4 Reb, 7 Ast, 3 Stl

Tulsa 73, Tulane 69

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NEW ORLEANS -- Jordan Clarkson and Eric McClellan each scored 15 points in Tulsa's 73-69 victory over Tulane on Saturday night.

The Golden Hurricane (17-11, 10-4 Conference USA) led 37-30 at halftime and outplayed Tulane (15-13, 3-11) in the final minute to win.
Ricky Tarrant and Jordan Callahan scored 21 and 16 points respectively for the Green Wave.

Tulsa, which got 12 points and 12 rebounds from Kodi Maduka, and 11 points apiece from Scottie Haralson and Steven Idlet, led 63-55. Tulane rallied to tie it 63-63.

A foul shot apiece by Tre Drye and Tarrant put Tulane up 65-63. Clarkson, though, stuck a 3-pointer and Idlet answered Drye's layup with a jumper to make it 68-67. Tarrant's basket gave Tulane its last lead, 69-68.

Haralson's jumper with 35 seconds remaining regained the lead, and McClellan's two free throws with 17 seconds clinched it.

Tulsa outscored Tulane 40-22 in the paint.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 5:14 pm 
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itsoyzki wrote:
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:shock: :shock:

idol bakit wala pa rin kapalit si justin romero? :biglaugh:

tsaka pahingi naman ng jersey ni Japeth Aguilar! :lol:

justin or jasmin romero? :?
tigilan nyo ko, back to topic na tayo or si Japeth na lang gisahin nyo :lol: :lol:


ako rin idol, pahingi ng jersey ni idol Japeth Aguilar... yung palagi nya sinusuot...




















sa bench... :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 12:57 am 
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whinz wrote:
itsoyzki wrote:
chot wrote:
:shock: :shock:

idol bakit wala pa rin kapalit si justin romero? :biglaugh:

tsaka pahingi naman ng jersey ni Japeth Aguilar! :lol:

justin or jasmin romero? :?
tigilan nyo ko, back to topic na tayo or si Japeth na lang gisahin nyo :lol: :lol:


ako rin idol, pahingi ng jersey ni idol Japeth Aguilar... yung palagi nya sinusuot...




















sa bench... :lol: :lol:

mali ka yata ng hiningan whinz, dapat kay bro rocky ka nanghingi mrami syang Japeth jerseys like Ateneo, WKU, Smart Gilas, tnt with autographs pa :biglaugh:
:lol: :lol:


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mali ka yata ng hiningan whinz, dapat kay bro rocky ka nanghingi mrami syang Japeth jerseys like Ateneo, WKU, Smart Gilas, tnt with autographs pa :biglaugh:
:lol: :lol:


hindi magbibigay yun, collector's item nya raw mga yun... :lol: :lol:

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Secret’s out on ‘Scuba Steve’
Feb 24, 07:02 PM
By NICHOLAS VON WETTBERG

Pinoy hoops fans in search of the next Filipino to don an NBA uniform need look no further than the sleepy town of Moraga, where nestled in the valley of the East Bay hills, is the campus of Saint Mary’s College. A learning institution known for its top-notch community service and study abroad programs, the Catholic Lasallian liberal arts school also continues to distinguish itself in the field of athletic competition through its nationally ranked men’s basketball team.

One of the teams youngest, and most productive players, Stephen “Scuba” Holt, a Filipino American from Portland, Oregon, is in the midst of a banner sophomore season for Coach Randy Bennett and his West Coast Conference-leading Gaels (23-5). Holt, a starter in Bennett’s three guard set stands at 6-foot-4, weighs 195 pounds and is similar in size to the NBA’s newest sensation, the New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin.

But unlike Lin, who toiled on the roster for the Golden State Warriors, last season, Holt — with an extra inch in height and a greater wingspan — has garnered the reputation as a lockdown defender that relishes guarding the opposing team’s best backcourt player. A former Pac-12 conference recruit who decided he liked the international flavor of the Saint Mary’s program (Bennett has five players from Australia on the roster), Holt is a viable candidate to become the first Fil-Am player in the NBA since Raymond Townsend paved the way back in the late 70’s and early 80’s.

Assuming he stays in Moraga, for four years, Holt would declare himself eligible for the NBA Draft in June of 2014. If he continues to improve on parts of his game, like expanding his overall shooting range, there should be at least one NBA general manager willing to use a second-round pick on Holt in two years time. Lin, who played his college ball at Harvard University (no scholarships in Ivy League), went undrafted.

One interesting parallel between Holt and Lin is that each led their high school basketball team to a state title. Lin starred at Palo Alto High School and helped the Vikings win the California Div. II title in 2006 while Holt led his Jesuit High School team to a pair of Oregon State Div. 6A championships.

Incidentally, the Beaverton-based Jesuit High is also the alma mater for Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra, the first head coach of Filipino ancestry in the NBA’s 66-year history. The recognition that Lin is Asian-American is part of the storyline about his meteoric rise but in no way should it be the focal point. The real story is Lin’s unlikely ability to turn around a historic franchise, which by all appearances seemed doomed for mediocrity. Thursday night at American Airlines Arena, Lin, and the Knicks, face their biggest test yet as they go up against the Heat in a compelling Eastern Conference matchup.

Spoelstra attended the University of Portland from 1988 to 1992 and started at point guard for the Pilots. Holt’s father, Greg, played basketball there from 1980 to 1985.

Amidst the pandemonium of Lin’s ascension from relative obscurity to ready for prime-time player in the Big Apple, Townsend was asked by Asian Journal reporter Joseph Pimentel on not only the comet-like success of the league’s first Taiwanese-American player, but also its social impact on the collective consciousness of the Asian-American community.

“…I think for anybody that carries a torch like I did and what Jeremy is doing, it carries a lot of responsibilities,” Townsend said in the Feb. 18 article. “It makes the world better. Jeremy Lin has raised the bar of expectation for us Asian and Filipino-Americans. His success makes the world better not just in basketball but gives Asian American kids the ability to know they can achieve their dreams in anything. I give Jeremy all the credit for handling his recent success with humility and grace.”

Townsend, who played at the University of California-Los Angeles under legendary Coach John Wooden, won an NCAA Championship in 1975 — the final season for the Wizard of Westwood— then played three more seasons, graduated as a Bruin, and went on to be drafted by the Warriors with the 22nd pick in the 1978 NBA Draft. His younger brother, Kurtis, is an assistant coach at the University of Kansas under head guy Bill Self and was a part of the 2008 NCAA title-winning Jayhawks team that defeated John Calipari’s Derrick Rose-led Memphis Tigers in an all-time classic finals game.

As for the Filipino ancestry of Holt, he said he’s proud of his Pinoy roots, which can be traced through his mother’s side of the family.

“I can understand bits and pieces of it but I don’t speak Tagalog,” Holt politely said. “I’m a big fan of Manny [Pacquiao]. I try and follow him when I can.”

At the moment, however, Holt will have to wait another week, or two, before showcasing his skills to followers outside the Bay Area proximity. Suffering a bone bruise and partial tear to his right knee’s medial collateral ligament (MCL) during the Gaels’ Feb. 15 loss at home to Loyola Marymount, Holt was forced to miss the team’s ensuing road trip to Kentucky for their bracketbuster showdown against No. 16 Murray State. Holt, though, is anticipating a return for the WCC Tournament in early March, which would be just in time to help right the ship for a semi-struggling Gaels squad that dropped ten spots in the polls — from 13th to 23rd — after losing its previous two games.

So far this season, Holt’s numbers are solid. Not Lin-like, mind you, in terms of scoring average, but impressive in its productivity: he averages 11 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals per contest. Before being injured, Holt appeared in the Top-20 for seven different conference categories and led the WCC in steals, which he attributes to “instincts and timing.”

“The main thing is letting the game come to me and just trying to be a complete player,” Holt said to FilAm Star. “You know, rebounding, steals, offensively…I’m just trying to make plays to help the team win. That’s the main thing it comes down to, being a playmaker.”

The Gaels travel to San Francisco on Saturday night for a WCC battle against the Dons, who last weekend pulled off a 66-65 upset over Gonzaga. Dons’ junior guard Michael Williams hails from the Los Angeles area and is the other Fil-Am starring in the WCC.

In yet another degree of separation, Dons head coach Rex Walters is of Asian-American heritage and played for the Heat during the late 90’s when Spoelstra served under Pat Riley as video coordinator/assistant director of scouting. Coach Spo has gone on record saying there was many a night spent in the gym retrieving the basketball for Walters as he worked on his shot.

A Gaels win in War Memorial Gym gives the program its first WCC regular season title since 1989.

As for the nickname, “Scuba,” that was given to him during his freshman year of high school by an upperclassmen on the basketball team, and is in reference to a character from the movie, ‘Big Daddy,’ starring Adam Sandler.

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