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San Francisco 67, Loyola Marymount 60

Loyola Marymount Bounced Out of WCC

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LAS VEGAS -- Michael Williams scored 19 points, Cody Doolin scored 16 and San Francisco beat Loyola Marymount 67-60 in the West Coast Conference tournament quarterfinals Friday night.

No. 5 seed San Francisco (20-12), which beat Portland on Wednesday, next gets WCC No. 1 seed Saint Mary's (25-5) in Saturday's opening semifinal.

The Dons took the lead for good at 47-46 on a layup by Cole Dickerson with 11:26 left.

Two free throws by Anthony Ireland and a 3-pointer by Jarrod DuBois brought the fourth-seeded Lions within 61-58 with 1:39 left, but they came no closer.

Ashley Hamilton had 14 points and eight rebounds, and Ireland finished with 13 points for Loyola Marymount. The Lions posted their highest victory total since the 1989-90 team won 26 and reached the NCAA tournament regional finals.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:58 pm 
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Memphis: W. Barton 30 Pts, 9 Reb, 4 Ast, 3 Stl
Tulsa: J. Clarkson 18 Pts, 2 Reb, 3 Ast

Memphis 78, Tulsa 66

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TULSA, Okla. -- Will Barton scored 30 points as Memphis won the Conference USA regular-season title Saturday with a 78-66 victory over Tulsa.

Joe Jackson scored 16 and Wesley Witherspoon 13 for the Tigers (23-8, 13-3), who shot 55 percent (29 of 53) and will open conference tournament play Thursday in Memphis as the top seed.

Barton passed the 1,000-point milestone for his career. He now has 1,011. He and Witherspoon each grabbed nine rebounds, and Chris Crawford had seven assists.

Jordan Clarkson's 18 points led the Golden Hurricane (17-13, 10-6), who will have a first-round bye in the tournament. Steven Idlet added 13 and Scotty Haralson 10.

The Tigers, who have won four straight and eight of nine, led only 37-34 at intermission but blitzed the Golden Hurricane with an 18-3 run to begin the second half and led 55-37 with 15:48 to go. The lead later peaked at 25.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 11:06 pm 
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Tulsa's Clarkson named C-USA first-team*selection

Tulsa's Jordan Clarkson dribbles on a fast break against Mercer earlier this season. Clarkson was named to the Conference USA all-conference team Monday. CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World

By ERIC BAILEY World Sports Writer
Published: 3/5/2012**10:32 AM
Last Modified: 3/5/2012**12:18 PM

Tulsa’s Jordan Clarkson was announced a first-team selection to the all-Conference USA team on Monday.

It is the fourth consecutive year that Tulsa has had a first-team honoree, which is the league’s longest current streak. Four different players were selected during that stretch and Clarkson is the only sophomore.

Clarkson is the first Tulsa sophomore to be named a first-team all-conference player since Shea Seals in the 1994-95 season.

No other Tulsa player was represented on the league’s top three teams this season.

Joining Clarkson on the first team is Memphis’ Will Barton, UAB’s Cameron Moore, UCF’s Keith Clanton and Tulane’s Ricky Tarrant.

Clarkson, a 6-4 guard, has scored in double figures in 27 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in the conference. He’s averaging 16.6 points per game.

The league will announce its specialty awards on Tuesday.

Tulsa opens up C-USA play in a quarterfinal contest at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. The Hurricane will play either Marshall or SMU at the FedExForum.

2011-12 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM

Will Barton, Memphis, G
Keith Clanton, UCF, F
Jordan Clarkson, Tulsa, G
Cameron Moore, UAB, F
Ricky Tarrant, Tulane, G
2011-12 ALL-CONFERENCE USA SECOND TEAM

Tarik Black, Memphis, F
DeAndre Kane, Marshall, G
Arsalan Kazemi, Rice, F- Iran NT starter
Miguel Paul, East Carolina, G
Neil Watson, Southern Miss, G
2011-12 ALL-CONFERENCE USA THIRD TEAM

Chris Crawford, Memphis, G
Jonathan Mills, Southern Miss, F
Darrius Morrow, East Carolina, F
Robert Nyakundi, SMU, F
Damier Pitts, Marshall, G


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 11:09 pm 
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Tulsa's Clarkson named C-USA first-team*selection

Tulsa's Jordan Clarkson dribbles on a fast break against Mercer earlier this season. Clarkson was named to the Conference USA all-conference team Monday. CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World

By ERIC BAILEY World Sports Writer
Published: 3/5/2012**10:32 AM
Last Modified: 3/5/2012**12:18 PM

Tulsa’s Jordan Clarkson was announced a first-team selection to the all-Conference USA team on Monday.

It is the fourth consecutive year that Tulsa has had a first-team honoree, which is the league’s longest current streak. Four different players were selected during that stretch and Clarkson is the only sophomore.

Clarkson is the first Tulsa sophomore to be named a first-team all-conference player since Shea Seals in the 1994-95 season.

No other Tulsa player was represented on the league’s top three teams this season.

Joining Clarkson on the first team is Memphis’ Will Barton, UAB’s Cameron Moore, UCF’s Keith Clanton and Tulane’s Ricky Tarrant.

Clarkson, a 6-4 guard, has scored in double figures in 27 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in the conference. He’s averaging 16.6 points per game.

The league will announce its specialty awards on Tuesday.

Tulsa opens up C-USA play in a quarterfinal contest at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. The Hurricane will play either Marshall or SMU at the FedExForum.

2011-12 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM

Will Barton, Memphis, G
Keith Clanton, UCF, F
Jordan Clarkson, Tulsa, G
Cameron Moore, UAB, F
Ricky Tarrant, Tulane, G
2011-12 ALL-CONFERENCE USA SECOND TEAM

Tarik Black, Memphis, F
DeAndre Kane, Marshall, G
Arsalan Kazemi, Rice, F- Iran NT starter
Miguel Paul, East Carolina, G
Neil Watson, Southern Miss, G
2011-12 ALL-CONFERENCE USA THIRD TEAM

Chris Crawford, Memphis, G
Jonathan Mills, Southern Miss, F
Darrius Morrow, East Carolina, F
Robert Nyakundi, SMU, F
Damier Pitts, Marshall, G

sana itry kunin ng Gilas tong si Clarkson, Gaya ni Kazemi na nakakalaro for Iran NT sa Fiba Asia habang nasa Rice sya, total wala namang conflict sa sched ng NCAA at fiba asia..


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 11:11 pm 
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LIU reaches Northeast final
By MARK HALE
Last Updated: 9:07 AM, March 5, 2012
Posted: 12:50 AM, March 5, 2012

Julian Boyd clenched both fists in celebration with 28.3 seconds to go. It had been an impressive comeback win for the LIU-Brooklyn star and his team — and it put an NCAA tournament berth only one more victory away.

The Blackbirds earned a 78-75 triumph over Quinnipiac in last night’s Northeast Conference tournament semifinal, setting up a rematch of last year’s NEC title game in which top-seeded LIU outlasted third-seeded Robert Morris in overtime. Wednesday night, the teams — seeded identically — again face off for the NEC crown and a ticket to the Big Dance.

“It is going to take exactly what we did today to win that basketball game,” LIU coach Jim Ferry said.

The game will be at the Blackbirds’ home in Brooklyn, where they are 14-0. Last night, it looked as if it were going to be 13-1.

With just over six minutes left, Quinnipiac held a 67-60 lead, but LIU came back on a ferocious run, tying things at 69-69 with 4:16 to go when Boyd, the NEC Player of the Year, converted a three-point play.

Boyd then scored on another layup, giving his team the lead for good, 71-69, with 3:36 left.

“They play like you expected a defending champion to play on their home court in the last eight minutes,” Quinnipiac coach Tom Moore said.
Boyd finished with a game-high 21 points, hitting 9 of 13 from the field, and Jason Brickman posted 18 points, five assists and four rebounds.

LIU now will try to head to its fifth NCAA Tournament and second straight. Robert Morris handed LIU one of its two losses in conference play, beating the visiting Blackbirds 75-66 on Jan. 26.

“It’s going to be a good battle,” Brickman said. “The tougher team’s going to win.”


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Cal St.-Fullerton 77, Long Beach St. 74

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FULLERTON, Calif. -- D.J. Seeley scored 27 points, including 5 of 6 on 3-pointers, and Cal State Fullerton nipped Long Beach State 77-74 on Saturday night to spoil the 49ers bid for an undefeated conference record.

With the miniature upset, Cal State Fullerton (21-8, 12-4 Big West) clinches the No. 2 seed in the impending conference tournament. The Titans survived a back-and-forth game for the win. Overall, there were 11 ties and 13 lead changes in the game.

The Titans led by eight with 16:07 remaining, but the 49ers (22-8, 15-1) roared back to lead by seven with just under nine minutes left before they began to falter. Cal State Fullerton won despite going the final 2:29 without a field goal.

Isiah Umipig scored 16 points for the Titans while Omondi Amoke and Orane Chin hauled in double-digit rebounds with 13 and 10, respectively.
Mike Caffey led the 49ers with 20 points.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:33 am 
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Scuba on the way to Big Dance... March madness #scubawillplay.. :D

MBK | Gaels Make History With WCC Title Game Victory
Courtesy: SMC Athletics
Release: 03/05/2012


By LYNN DeBRUIN, AP Sports Writer

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Matthew Dellavedova scored 22 points to lead Saint Mary's to a 78-74 victory against No. 24 Gonzaga on Monday night to claim its second West Coast Conference tournament title and automatic NCAA bid in three years.

It was the first time the Gaels (27-5) have won the regular-season title outright and claimed the tourney championship the same year.

Elias Harris led Gonzaga (25-6) with 22 points, including a 3-pointer with 2 seconds left in regulation to force the extra period.

Dellavedova had a chance to win it at the buzzer in regulation but his runner bounced off the rim. He made sure to seal it at the free throw line in OT.

Gonzaga's Kevin Pangos had a miserable night, finishing with seven points on 3-of-18 shooting. He was just 1 of 10 from 3-point range, two days after a 30-point night against Brigham Young.

Rob Jones added 18 points and nine rebounds for the Gaels.

The teams were meeting for the 12th time in four years in a rivalry that is perhaps the fiercest on the West Coast right now.

At least one player called it a "hate-hate" relationship before the game, with Gonzaga center Robert Sacre saying Monday's game was personal and a matter of pride.

It lived up to its billing.

There were 14 lead changes and nine ties.

Saint Mary's led by as many as eight points early in the second half, but Gonzaga hung tight, pulling within 63-62 on Pangos' only 3-pointer with 3:58 left.

The Gaels still led 68-63 with 31 seconds left, but Harris hit a driving layup with 15 seconds remaining then sank the game-tying 3-pointer.

Both teams had chances to take command in the overtime,

Jorden Page grabbed a key rebound then sank two free throws to put the Gaels up 76-72. Sam Dower's layup cut it to two again, but Dellavedova was fouled breaking through Gonzaga's full-court press and converted the free throws for the final margin.

The teams had split their season series, with Gonzaga winning 73-59 on its home court last month and Saint Mary's coming out on top 83-62 in January.

On Monday, it was tight from the start.

The first half saw 11 lead changes and five ties, including 36-all at the break.

Dellavedova finally got going after starting 1 of 5. He hit a 3 and Jones followed with a driving layup to get Saint Mary's within 28-26, only to see the Bulldogs go on a 6-0 run to take a 34-26 lead with 4:32 left in the half, capped by Harris' driving layup.

Saint Mary's closed out the first half on a 10-2 run. Dellavedova hit a jumper and 3-pointer, Jones another driving layup and Beau Levesque a 3-pointer that tied the score at 36 with 47 seconds left.

Sacre finished with 17 points for Gonzaga while Dower added 14 off the bench.

Page added 16 for Saint Mary's and Brad Waldow had 13 and eight rebounds.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 10:49 am 
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Stanley Pringle highlights

Stanley Pringle stutter step player falls
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Q1FdciK ... re=related

Stanley Pringle highlights at PSU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24mhWdl-HwQ

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExaGdpJV ... re=related


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Tale of 3 Fil-Ams in the 2012 NCAA Basketball Tournament

The March Madness has started but it ended so soon for a trio of sophomore guards who have Filipino roots. 5-10 Jason Brickman plays for Long Island University Brooklyn Blackbirds. 6-4 Fil-American Stephen Holt dons the St. Mary's Gael's jersey. Former RP U-18 reinforcement 6-4 Matthew Wright is a varsity player of the St. Bonaventure Bonnies. St. Bonaventure, St. Mary's and LIU all lost their round of 64 matches to be eliminated from the big dance.

It is sad to know that their teams lost immediately but as a consolation, I realized that we have 3 up and coming players from very good NCAA programs. All their teams won at least 20 games this season. Brickman is even No.5 in assists per game (7.3) in the NCAA. These players could be tapped by the SBP to play for the Smart Gilas in the future. All 3 are still sophomores and could still improve their games. Who knows? One of this 3 could be make it to the NBA. I will definitely be keeping my eye on them for the next couple of years.

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Matthew Wright
2011-12 27.7 min. per game 7.0 ppg 2.5 rpg 2.8 apg 1.0 spg 1.5 TOpg 36% FG 32%3FG 78%FT
2010-11 16.2 min 4.7 ppg 1.9 rpg 1.6 apg 0.8 spg 0.8 TOpg 39% FG 32%3FG 85%FT


Stephen Holt
2011-12 32.6 min. per game 10.4 ppg 4.7 rpg 3.3 apg 1.8 spg 1.6 TOpg 50% FG 38%3FG 77%FT
2010-11 22.9 min. per game 6.2 ppg 3.1 rpg 1.0 apg 1.8 spg 1.0 TOpg 43% FG 34%3FG 83%FT



Jason Brickman
2011-12 34.3 min. per game 9.7 ppg 2.6 rpg 7.3 apg 0.9 spg 3.8 TOpg 45% FG 41%3FG 82%FT
2010-11 22.8 min. per game 6.2 ppg 2.1 rpg 5.5 apg 0.8 spg 1.9 TOpg 42% FG 39%3FG 88%FT


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 1:50 pm 
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Chris Banchero of SAN MIGUEL BEERMEN ABL will make his AirAsia ABL debut tomorrow when the Beermen face the Patriots at Ynares Sports Arena at 6PM local time.
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Chris Banchero of SAN MIGUEL BEERMEN ABL will make his AirAsia ABL debut tomorrow when the Beermen face the Patriots at Ynares Sports Arena at 6PM local time.
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Go SMB, sana magaling yang Banchero na yan, baka maging Pochero yan, wag naman sana... :D :lol:

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Game 63: Indonesia Warriors vs Westports Malaysia Dragons

It didn’t take long for Stanley Pringle and Evan Brock to excite the Indonesia Warriors’ crowd. Pringle’s killer crossovers and Brock’s powerful dunks had all the Warriors’ fans off their seats. Pringle finished with 24 points and Brock added 18 points in their debut to help the Warriors beat Westports Malaysia Dragons 98-80 this afternoon at Mahaka Square.
Pringle made an immediate impact in the first quarter, making 6 of his first 7 shots and going on to finish the quarter with 14 points. The Warriors had a fast start as they made 14 out their 17 shots to lead 32-20 after the first quarter.
Brock continued to entertain the Warriors fans with his dunks. Warriors fans were on their feet after Brock caught an alley-oop from Mario Wuysang early in the third quarter. On the next possesion, Brock hit a jumper to give Warriors their biggest lead in the game 62-36 with 9:13 left in the third quarter. Brock, who arrived in Jakarta on Thursday and was still adjusting to the weather, got a cramp in the fourth quarter after his dunk and had to be subbed out.
The Dragons made a 20-6 run to trim their deficit to 56-68 with 3:39 left in the third quarter after a three-point shot by Tiras Wade. Back to back three point shots by Amin Prihantono and a lay-up by Rony Gunawan quashed their attempt and the Warriors led 81-61 with 1:17 left in the third.
The Warriors dominated the boards as they outrebounded the Dragons 48-26 in this game. Steven Thomas finished with 22 rebounds for the Warriors. Dragons’ leading rebounder Brian Williams was still sitting out in today’s game but the Dragons expect him to come back next weekend.
Tiras Wade had 22 points and former Indonesia Warriors’ import Jonathan Smith added 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Dragons. Chemistry has been an issue for the Dragons lately and it showed late in the first quarter when Wade and Nic Belasco got into a heated discussion on the court.
After this win, the Warriors moved up to the third position with a record of 8 wins and 9 losses. The Warriors will travel to Manila to face AirAsia Philippine Patriots on Saturday April 21. On the same day, the Dragons will host Saigon Heat at MABA Stadium.

Warriors: Stanley Pringle – 24pts, Evan Brock – 18pts, Steve Thomas – 17pts, Mario Wuysang – 12pts, Joseph Allan Salangsang – 9pts, Amin Prihantono – 8pts, Jerick Canada – 6pts, Donny Ristanto – 2pts, Rony Gunawan – 2pts.
Dragons: Tiras Wade – 22pts, Jon Smith – 21pts, Guga Batumalai – 11pts, Patrick Cabahug – 10pts,Chris Pacana – 8pts, Nic Belasco – 4pts, Seelan Kuppusamy – 3pts, John Ng – 1pt.

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Game 64: Beermen Sweep All 3 Games Over Patriots

San Miguel Beermen put on a solid performance to complete the three-game sweep over cross town rivals AirAsia Philippine Patriots following their 92-78 win earlier tonight.
Leo Avenido and Duke Crews led their team in points with 23 apiece followed by Nick Fazekas who contributed 16. This game also saw the much anticipated debut of Chris Banchero for the Beermen in the AirAsia ABL, who finished the game with 11 points.
This game also marked the debut of Chris Alexander for the Patriots following Nakiea Miller’s release. Alexander had a decent start for his team, completing his first game in with a double double of 16 points and 12 rebounds.
Both teams have already earned their playoff spots but this game will be a factor in determining which team will close out the regular season atop the standings. It was a close first quarter which ended with the Beermen leading 22-18 but the Beermen started to pull away in the second quarter and even managed to put in 13 points between the teams. At the halftime buzzer the score read Beermen 47-37 Patriots.
The Patriots were trying hard to regain control of the game in the second half but were unable to find an answer for the Beermen’s unstoppable due of Crews and Avenido. In the end, despite a valiant effort from Anthony Johnson, who topped the leaderboard in tonight’s game with 30 points, the Patriots saw themselves losing their third game this season to the Beermen.
The Patriots will regroup and host the Indonesia Warriors here at the Ynares Sports Arena for their next game which is on Saturday the 21st of April 2012. The Beermen will travel to Thailand to visit the Chang Thailand Slammers at the Thai Japanese Association Gym the following day, Sunday the 22nd of April 2012.

Beermen: Duke Crew – 23pts, Leo Avenido – 23pts, Nick Fazekas – 16pts, Chris Banchero – 11pts, Benedict Fernandez – 8pts, Junmar Fajardo – 5pts, Roger Yap – 3pts, Aries Dimaunahan – 3pts, Jun Cabatu – 1pt.
Patriots: Anthony Johnson – 30pts, Chris Alexander – 16pts, Ardy Larong – 9pts, Warren Ybanez – 6pts, Francis Adriano – 5pts, Jonathan Fernandez – 4pts, Eddie Laure – 3pts, Robert Wainwright – 2pts, Angelus Raymundo – 2pts, John Aldrech Ramos – 1pt.


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here's their stats

Indonesia Warriors vs W.Sports Malaysia Dragons
Stanley Pringle
31 mins
24 pts(FG:9/13 ; 3pt:4/7 ; FT:2/3)
6 assts
4 rebs
1 foul
1 TO

San Miguel Beermen vs Phil.Patriots

Chris Banchero
21 mins
11 pts(FG: 3/8 ; 3PT:0/2 ; FT: 5/8)
6 assts
2 rebs
2fouls
6 TOs(last time na nakita ko laro ni Chris nung pre-season pa lang, mukhang TO prone na tlaga :( )


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