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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 3:44 pm 
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nung unang pagkakita ko kala ko si Pokwang :shock:


Player yan ng TnT dati... :lol:
Manood ka kasi ng basketball, wag puro jackstone... :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 2:39 pm 
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Hindi ko na pala nasubaybayan ang thread...sorry... :(

Malapait na ang playoffs...

BTW, why disband PBA eh meron namang home grown leagues like this MPBL....
Meron din local amateur leagues like CESAFI, NBL, etc...

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 11:51 am 
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Ito pala kelangan ni Bro Navy...

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finals naba? :)

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finals naba? :)


Yup, it's a best of five between San Juan & Davao Occ.

MPBL NATIONAL FINALS (Best-of-5)
DAVAO OCCIDENTAL 1-2 SAN JUAN
Game 1: (April 11) San Juan def. Davao Occ., 84-74
Game 2: (April 13) Davao Occ. def. San Juan, 67-60
Game 3: (April 16) San Juan def. Davao Occ., 67-62
Game 4: April 22, Monday, 7:00PM @ San Juan
Game 5: (if necessary) April 25, Thu @ Davao


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PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2019 11:23 am 
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Olats Davao in game 5. sayang 1 point loss... :( :( :(

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PBA won't stop assistant coaches from taking jobs in MPBL
by REUBEN TERRADO
22 HOURS AGO


THE PBA board won't stop its coaches from taking on jobs in other leagues like the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL), but left the final decision in the hands of its member teams.

PBA treasurer Raymond Zorilla said the league will not stand in the way of coaches wishing to take on similar roles in other leagues, so long as they get the green light from their mother teams.

“We will honor existing contracts of coaches but it will be up to the team to decide on whether to allow their coaches to coach another team in a different league,” said Zorilla, who spoke on behalf of the board on the issue following their meeting on Thursday.


With the decision, there will be no hindrance for PBA assistant coaches to take jobs either in the MPBL or in collegiate leagues such as the UAAP and the NCAA.


Zorilla said the league still prefers coaches to give their teams full and undivided attention, but declined to draft a rule to stop them from taking on other jobs.

“We want full, undivided attention to the team. It might be conflict of interest but it’s a matter of scheduling and time constraints also. Usually, it’s governed by the teams. Expectedly, it’s the team who is to decide on what to do with their current key persons,” Zorilla said.

Currently, there are two PBA assistant coaches who hold head-coaching roles in the UAAP, namely Phoenix Pulse’s Topex Robinson (Lyceum) and Barangay Ginebra’s Olsen Racela (Far Eastern University).

Recently, Chris Gavina accepted an offer to coach MPBL side Bacoor Strikers, joining fellow Rain or Shine assistant coach Donald Dulay who is the head coach of the Davao Occidental Tigers.

Zorilla, however, reminded the coaches not to put themselves in a difficult situation.


“We don’t want any conflict ... We don’t want them to be put in a predicament. It has to be ironed out with the team,” said Zorilla.

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PeluBoy wrote:
nung unang pagkakita ko kala ko si Pokwang :shock:


Player yan ng TnT dati... :lol:
Manood ka kasi ng basketball, wag puro jackstone... :lol:


walang televised Jackstone league ... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Senate bid loss, new San Juan mayor won't keep Estrada from supporting Knights
by REUBEN TERRADO
2 HOURS AGO


THE change in administration in San Juan will not affect the Knights’ campaign in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL).

San Juan team owner Sen. Jinggoy Estrada said the Knights have been standing on their own since they started competing in the MPBL where the team captured the Datu Cup in their first foray in the league.

The recent election saw the end of the Estrada’s 50-year reign in San Juan with Francis Zamora becoming the new mayor of the city.

“I don’t think so because we never asked for any support or any help from the LGU even in this present administration,” said Estrada, a former mayor of San Juan, during Monday’s formal launch of the team.

For his part, San Juan team governor Christopher Conwi also believes there won’t be a problem especially with Zamora being a former varsity player with La Salle in the UAAP.


“I don’t think magkakaroon ng effect sa LGU partner. This is sports. Hindi naman politics ito. The incoming mayor is a basketball aficionado. I think there will be unity with the San Juan Knights and the incoming mayor,” Conwi said.

The launch was Estrada’s first public appearance since losing his senatorial bid in the May elections. Despite the loss, Estrada assured he will continue to support the Knights even during his loss in the polls which he described as devastating.

“This is my first public appearance after my devastating loss during the last elections. I’m still here supporting the team, San Juan Knights, because when I was still a kid and a teenager, talagang basketball na ang ating favorite sport because I have a passion for it,” said Estrada.

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MPBL vows strict implementation of P50,000 monthly salary cap for players
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TO control the rising salaries of players in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League, the Commissioner’s Office has vowed strict implementation of the salary cap rule.

MPBL players' monthly salaries, which the league prefers to call allowances in line with its amateur status, should not be lower than P15,000 and higher than P50,000, according to league commissioner Kenneth Duremdes.

“Yun ang nasa guidelines natin. We’re basing it that way because we’re still an amateur league,” Duremdes told the team owners/managers during a meeting at the Century Hotel in Manila.

Duremdes vowed violators will be given stiff sanction by the league.

“If a team is complaining that another team is giving a certain player more than the maximum allowance required, kailangan namin ng black and white proof na yung player na ito is receiving yung certain amount na pinirmahan niya,” added Duremdes.

The league is also bent on implementing strict measures on players transfers. By the third season, players whose contracts have already expired, will need to get a release from their mother teams before they can move to another squad.

“Iniiwasan natin dito yung sulutan,” said Senator Manny Pacquiao, founder and chief executive officer of the MPBL.

The implementation of the salary cap, according to Duremdes, would give each team equal chances of getting the best players while maintaining the league's amateur status.

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Gerry Esplana hired head coach of MPBL team Valenzuela
by RANDOLPH B. LEONGSON
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GERRY Esplana has been tasked to lead the rebranded Valenzuela SPVTOP Marketplace to a new era as he takes over the head coaching position in time for the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) Lakandula Cup.

The 1990 PBA Rookie of the Year, who also served as a head coach for Emilio Aguinaldo College, looks to lead his hometown team to the top of the regional league.

Team owners are confident with what Esplana can bring to the table.

"I think we will make good strides this coming season. Pumasok lang kami sa quarterfinals this coming season, we've already overachieved, but we won't be contented with that. We're going big," said co-owner Samson Lato.

Co-owner Jess Zurbito added: "Maraming pagbabago, pero asahan ng team na ang Valenzuela ay tatakbo ng maayos ngayong season."

Valenzuela had three coaching changes in the Datu Cup, from Chris Gavina and Eric Samson to Juven Formacil.


Their progress took a hit from those developments, with the team finishing 10th in the North Division with a 10-15 win-loss record.

With Esplana in charge, team captain Paolo Hubalde hopes that things will now turn for the better for Valenzuela.

"It's a matter of believing the system. For it to work, we have to believe," he said. "Last season, we had three head coaches so hopefully, (Esplana) will stick with us from start to end. Hindi lang quarterfinals kundi championship kasi yun talaga ang goal ko ever since."

Mac Andaya rejoins Valenzuela after spending the past season with Mandaluyong and Pasig.

"Dito ako mas kumportable," said the former Letran slotman. "I want to impose veteran presence and be the man in the middle."

Key holdovers for Valenzuela are Ford Ruaya, Hans Thiele, and brothers Chris and Carlo de Chavez, while newcomers include Jason Varilla and King Esplana, as well as veteran Erwin Sta. Maria and former University of the Philippines forward Rob Ricafort.

Rounding out the squad are Jerome Ortega, Jaymar Gimpayan, Marlon Kalaw, Carlo Velasco, Joshua Alcober, JR Rosales, Kido Cabrera, Raydman Lacamanto and Mel Mabigat.

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MPBL vows strict implementation of P50,000 monthly salary cap for players
by FROM THE WIRES
1 HOUR AGO

TO control the rising salaries of players in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League, the Commissioner’s Office has vowed strict implementation of the salary cap rule.

MPBL players' monthly salaries, which the league prefers to call allowances in line with its amateur status, should not be lower than P15,000 and higher than P50,000, according to league commissioner Kenneth Duremdes.

“Yun ang nasa guidelines natin. We’re basing it that way because we’re still an amateur league,” Duremdes told the team owners/managers during a meeting at the Century Hotel in Manila.

Duremdes vowed violators will be given stiff sanction by the league.

“If a team is complaining that another team is giving a certain player more than the maximum allowance required, kailangan namin ng black and white proof na yung player na ito is receiving yung certain amount na pinirmahan niya,” added Duremdes.

The league is also bent on implementing strict measures on players transfers. By the third season, players whose contracts have already expired, will need to get a release from their mother teams before they can move to another squad.

“Iniiwasan natin dito yung sulutan,” said Senator Manny Pacquiao, founder and chief executive officer of the MPBL.

The implementation of the salary cap, according to Duremdes, would give each team equal chances of getting the best players while maintaining the league's amateur status.


base sa TRAIN Law

max take-home ng isang MPBL player...

Bagong Sistema
(simula 2018)
Tax due P 6,358.84
Net pay
after tax P 43,641.16
Total
contribution P 1,231.30
Net take
home pay P 42,409.86

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2019 8:23 am 
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siguro kasabayan eto nung Arvin Patrominio :shock:

....idol mo din po siguro siya mang Jabz nung '90's 8)

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Gerry Esplana hired head coach of MPBL team Valenzuela
by RANDOLPH B. LEONGSON
6 DAYS AGO


GERRY Esplana has been tasked to lead the rebranded Valenzuela SPVTOP Marketplace to a new era as he takes over the head coaching position in time for the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) Lakandula Cup.

The 1990 PBA Rookie of the Year, who also served as a head coach for Emilio Aguinaldo College, looks to lead his hometown team to the top of the regional league.

Team owners are confident with what Esplana can bring to the table.

"I think we will make good strides this coming season. Pumasok lang kami sa quarterfinals this coming season, we've already overachieved, but we won't be contented with that. We're going big," said co-owner Samson Lato.

Co-owner Jess Zurbito added: "Maraming pagbabago, pero asahan ng team na ang Valenzuela ay tatakbo ng maayos ngayong season."

Valenzuela had three coaching changes in the Datu Cup, from Chris Gavina and Eric Samson to Juven Formacil.


Their progress took a hit from those developments, with the team finishing 10th in the North Division with a 10-15 win-loss record.

With Esplana in charge, team captain Paolo Hubalde hopes that things will now turn for the better for Valenzuela.

"It's a matter of believing the system. For it to work, we have to believe," he said. "Last season, we had three head coaches so hopefully, (Esplana) will stick with us from start to end. Hindi lang quarterfinals kundi championship kasi yun talaga ang goal ko ever since."

Mac Andaya rejoins Valenzuela after spending the past season with Mandaluyong and Pasig.

"Dito ako mas kumportable," said the former Letran slotman. "I want to impose veteran presence and be the man in the middle."

Key holdovers for Valenzuela are Ford Ruaya, Hans Thiele, and brothers Chris and Carlo de Chavez, while newcomers include Jason Varilla and King Esplana, as well as veteran Erwin Sta. Maria and former University of the Philippines forward Rob Ricafort.

Rounding out the squad are Jerome Ortega, Jaymar Gimpayan, Marlon Kalaw, Carlo Velasco, Joshua Alcober, JR Rosales, Kido Cabrera, Raydman Lacamanto and Mel Mabigat.








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Helterbrand stamps class in MPBL debut as Imus beats Caloocan in OT
by REUBEN TERRADO
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JAYJAY Helterbrand had 14 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists in his first Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) game as Imus beat Caloocan in overtime, 78-75, on Thursday night at the Caloocan Sports Complex.

The former Barangay Ginebra cager also made all the right plays at crunchtime, dishing out two assists that led to a three-pointer by James Martinez and a lay-up by Chad Alonzo that gave the Bandera a 76-72 lead.

Helterbrand also sank one of two free throws with 5.7 seconds left in front of Caloocan's home crowd to give Imus some breathing space, 78-75, before Cedrick Labingisa missed a triple to end the game.

Martinez finished with 26 points on 7 of 10 from threes for Imus, which made a big move days before the opener by making the 42-year-old Helterbrand, a former PBA MVP, the biggest name to join the fledgling league.

Almond Vosotros scored 15 points and 10 rebounds while AJ Mandani had 13 points for Caloocan.

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Mark Cruz marks MPBL debut with triple double as Pampanga sinks GenSan
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MARK Cruz completed a triple-double in his Pampanga debut as the Giant Lanterns beat the GenSan Warriors, 94-85, in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) Season 3 Lakandula Cup at the Caloocan Sports Complex.

Cruz was impressive in his first game back to competitive basketball after a long layoff, compiling 16 points, 11 rebounds, and 12 assists for a Pampanga side that signed him toward the end of last season.

Cruz became only the second MPBL player to tally a triple-double in his first game in the league, joining Andoy Estrella of the Quezon City Capitals.

Pampanga’s win spoiled the much-awaited league debut of Fil-American guard Mikey Williams, who had 27 points and 10 rebounds for GenSan.

“First game pa lang ‘yan. Marami pang games, 31 teams ito. 29 games pa. Malayong-malayo pa. It’s just a good thing na nanalo kami and it’s a big factor for the next games,” said new Pampanga coach Bong Ramos, who recently coached Blackwater in the PBA.

Michael Juico topscored for Pampanga with 21 points while Travis Thompson and Levi Hernandez had 11 points each.

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