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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2019 1:11 pm 
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MGA PRE, ITO NANUOD AKO NG OPENING PANOODING NYO. HALOS WALANG TAO. NAG VLOG AKO

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Nakakalungkot isipin na ang PBA na naging part na ng kulturang pinoy ay baka unti-unti ng mauwi sa wala ... kaya dapat it's about time na mag-improve o mag-innovate na ang PBA...wala naman pong masama sa promos, discounts and other gimmicks na gagawin ng PBA pero sa tingin ko eto'y pansamantala lang... dapat makagawa ng innovation ang PBA na lalo pang makalalapit sa tao o sa masa... hindi dapat sila aasa lang sa sikat o famous teams lang, mga k.o. games o championship series... ang isa siguro sa nakaka-apekto rito ay ang monopoly na nangyayari sa PBA na sila lang ang laging namamayani sa PBA, not to mention pa ung mga lopsided na trade-trade issues (no need to mention pa ang details)... kaya marami na ang nawawalan ng ganang manood ng live at inaabangan na lang ang results sa media.....alam ko po at naniniwala ako na nandiyan pa rin ang mga PBA fans na nanahimik o deadma lang muna dahil sa mga di magagandang nangyayari....kaya it's about time na magising na ang PBA sa katotohan kasi malapit na ang 2020 at hanggang ngayon wala pa ring nangyayaring pagbabago sa PBA... suggestion ko po..bakit di nila pag-aralan, pag-planuhin o suriing mabuti ang katulad ng ginagawa ng MPBL ngaun...na alam naman natin na MPBL ay mas malapit sa masa... hindi naman eto pag-compete kasi iba naman ang objectives ng MPBL at alam naman natin na ang lahat na magagaling na pinoy basketball players ay nasa PBA... at kung di un posible... tulad ng sinabi niyo sa video kailangan pa nilang pa-igtingin ang promotions thru social media... at dapat mag-focus pa ng husto ang PBA na palakasin ang bawat fan base ng each PBA team ... because at the end of the day...sa fans pa rin nanggagaling ang bread and butter ng PBA... many thanks po and God Bless.. :-)


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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2019 2:02 pm 
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kung patas sana ang PBA, dun pa lang sa semis game ng ROS and Magnolia sa game7 dapat ginawa nila ang tama. Since inamin nila na nagkamali sila sa officiating nung ki nount nila ung 3 pts shot ni delaRosa na hindi naman dapat counted, dapat hindi na nila pinaglaro sa finals ang Magnolia at ROS ang pinaglaro nina . Hindi pa nagsisimula nun ang finals nung inamin nila ang pagkakamali nila sa officiating.

ang kaso, sabi ko nga, controlado ng iisang umbrella organization ang PBA = SMC League kaya paano mangyayari ang ganon. :(

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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2019 2:14 pm 
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Sana din maglaban sa Finals ang Columbian at Blackwater next year sa All-Filipino; Northport at Phoenix sa Commissioner's Cup; NLEX at ROS sa Governor's Cup... 8) :beer:

para maiba naman nakakasawa na kasi palagi nalang SMB/BGK/Magnolia ang nagkikita-kita sa Finals... Joke... :lol: :lol: :lol:

hindi naman sa nakakasawa ang panoorin both smc teams sa finals, pero kung patas sana ang PBA, kung parehas sana ang playing field, ung magiging stopper sana ni Fajardo which is si Stanhardinger kinuha pa rin ng SMB, ung malalakas na player halos lahat nasa SMB gaya ni Romeo eh paano pa manonood ang mga tunay na fans ng basketball kung alam na nila kung sino ang papasok sa finals at mag ka kampeon. :)

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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2019 2:30 pm 
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whinz wrote:
Sana din maglaban sa Finals ang Columbian at Blackwater next year sa All-Filipino; Northport at Phoenix sa Commissioner's Cup; NLEX at ROS sa Governor's Cup... 8) :beer:

para maiba naman nakakasawa na kasi palagi nalang SMB/BGK/Magnolia ang nagkikita-kita sa Finals... Joke... :lol: :lol: :lol:

hindi naman sa nakakasawa ang panoorin both smc teams sa finals, pero kung patas sana ang PBA, kung parehas sana ang playing field, ung magiging stopper sana ni Fajardo which is si Stanhardinger kinuha pa rin ng SMB, ung malalakas na player halos lahat nasa SMB gaya ni Romeo eh paano pa manonood ang mga tunay na fans ng basketball kung alam na nila kung sino ang papasok sa finals at mag ka kampeon. :)



agree po ako dito...ang nangyayaring monopoly sa pba ang isa sa balakid kung bakit nawawala ang pagkabalanse ng mga pba teams...not to mention ung mga trade-trade issues...sana nga po maregulate nila ng maayos at para maibalik ulit ang sigla ng pba... kasi nakakahinayang na ang nakagisnan na nating pinoy professional basketball league ay later on ay pawala na pala... :-(


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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2019 3:42 pm 
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sa nakikita kong sitwasyon ngayon sa PBA, hawak na sa leeg ng SMC ang MVP group. After ng gulo sa Bocaue between Gilas and Boomers, wala ng makakapitan si MVP kundi magpakumbaba at humingi ng tulong sa SMC which is ganon na nga ang nangyari. Kaya pati sila wala na, bulag bulagan na lang sa ginagawa ng SMC. Kahit nung nag comment si Mr. Uytengsu tungkol sa salary cap, tinawag ni Mr. Vargas ang pansin ng PBA ethics commitee tungkol sa comment ni mr. Uytengsu. sabi nga nila, "If you cant beat them join them".

https://www.spin.ph/basketball/pba/rick ... 5-20190216

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PostPosted: Thu May 30, 2019 6:04 pm 
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Parang GSW lang...
Na assemble nila ang mga magagaling sa NBA...
Other teams just competed..
Increased naman ang attendance...
Maybe time to check how NBA did it to address attendance issue...

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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2019 1:59 am 
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ceramic wrote:
sa nakikita kong sitwasyon ngayon sa PBA, hawak na sa leeg ng SMC ang MVP group. After ng gulo sa Bocaue between Gilas and Boomers, wala ng makakapitan si MVP kundi magpakumbaba at humingi ng tulong sa SMC which is ganon na nga ang nangyari. Kaya pati sila wala na, bulag bulagan na lang sa ginagawa ng SMC. Kahit nung nag comment si Mr. Uytengsu tungkol sa salary cap, tinawag ni Mr. Vargas ang pansin ng PBA ethics commitee tungkol sa comment ni mr. Uytengsu. sabi nga nila, "If you cant beat them join them".

https://www.spin.ph/basketball/pba/rick ... 5-20190216


How sad :-( pero un talaga ang reality ng PBA ngaun...ang tanong na lang ay "kung kailan sila magigising, kapag huli na ang lahat".. :-(


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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2019 4:11 pm 
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Record social media viewership making up for dwindling PBA venue attendance
by REUBEN TERRADO
JUST NOW


DESPITE the decrease in attendance in venues, the PBA remains satisfied with its presence on social media and television as the league recorded highs in viewership in the two platforms recently.

PBA commissioner Willie Marcial said the prevailing trend is that the league’s fans tune in to the games more on social media rather than on venues following an increase in viewership on livestream on Facebook Live and YouTube.

The PBA reported season highs in viewership on Facebook Live in Game Seven of the Philippine Cup finals between San Miguel and Magnolia getting more than 260,000 viewers with those watching the match by an average of 57 minutes.

The game was reached by 5.6 million viewers, while all Game Seven related viewer content reached three million.

Game Seven also recorded a 4.8 rating or an estimated 2.1 million viewers over TV5.

Marcial said the numbers prove that the PBA remains popular among fans even though it might not necessarily reflect on attendance in venues. However, Marcial said the PBA is continuously making a concerted effort to increase attendance in games.


“Challenge talaga sa amin ito,” said Marcial, on the league’s bid to bring back fans at the venues. “’Yung attendance, tinitignan amin (maglagay ng) gimiks, live DJs. Pero ‘yung 13,000 (spectators at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum) nung Game Seven at ‘yung 260,000 plus na nanood, malaking bagay ‘yun.”


Marcial said the decrease in attendance has also affected other leagues and that could be blamed to traffic congestion in Metro Manila as well as economics.

“May nakausap akong fan, gumagastos ng 100 pesos na pamasahe, 100 sa ticket, 200 sa pagkain, 400 sa isang taon. Dalawa kami so 800 to 1,000 pesos. (Sabi ng fan) ibibili ko na lang ng bigas ‘yun.”

“Kung mapapansin mo, ‘yung ibang liga, kahit ilibre, ayaw din mapuno kasi gagastos. Pero dalhin mo sa probinsya na puwede mong lakarin, iba ‘yun. Nakikita ko na kahit ilibre natin ‘to, gagastos sila. Economics and traffic. Challenge pa rin sa atin kahit papaano,” said Marcial.


Still, the PBA board is determined to take advantage of the increase in its social media platform.

“Numbers are improving and increasing,” said PBA treasurer Raymond Zorilla of Phoenix Petroleum. “Even digital and time spent watching, viewership, the reach, they are all improving. It’s just a matter of tapping them. It’s being driven by the digital technology. It’s a different segment already of the PBA and its something that we need to tap and take advantage of.”

For his part, Meralco governor Al Panlilio said that although there is really a need to address the dwindling crowds at the venues, he sees a lot of potential of tapping more, new PBA fans due to social media, which in the end will be beneficial to the league.

“A lot of viewers are shifting to live stream,” said Panlilio. “It’s natural. I think the task of Comm. Willie is to expand ‘yung in-venue and traditional as well as how we can expand. Your normal PBA fan base is the traditional and in-venue. The digital is the younger population which is your future and current PBA fans. You also want to touch on them. That’s a big market.”


“We are still three times higher than any basketball event – NBA, MPBL, and the UAAP. The basketball tournament that’s being watched is still the PBA,” said Panlilio.

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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2019 4:32 pm 
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nagbubulag bulagan pa ang PBA, ayaw nilang tanggapin na ang tunay na reason ng pagbagsak ng PBA ay unfair officiating/unfair trade deals/over the salary cap issue in favor of SMC teams. :shock:

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PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2019 5:07 pm 
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Mang ceramic, I know may hugot ka...
Who would have thought na SMC team particularly SMB will this be good..
I know we both love PBA..
Mahirap naman i-label natin kaagad na unfair...

Arwind was discarded by Air21, Alex and Ross were Coke castaways, Junemar was even compared to Sam Eman...
Look at them now, they just jelled as a team...maybe or certainly thru hard work..
Terrence was released by TNT and there were no takers except SMB.
Christian is not special, IMO..
He's just like Mo...

In the case of Purefoods..
Everyone was up in arms when Yap was traded for Lee...
Unfair daw for Purefoods...
Reavis is a bench player sa MBA...but with hard work he is still on top of his game even at 40..

Ginebra naman...
Japhet was discarded by TNT because he is not special..
Greg is slow..


Let's look at Alaska..
They gambled on Calvin...
They gambled on Eman..
They gambled on Baclao, Manual, Casio, Banchero, etc...
Nag click..kaya nga lang kinapos nung nasa Finals na...

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 7:56 am 
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ok let's make a poll..

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1. ceramic
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PBA is fair

1. Jabz
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cryptocurrency is a bum :lol: este For right to post

1. Equalizer
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:? putpotan ang laban tsk..













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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 9:25 am 
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hindi naman ako galit sa PBA = SMC league, sinasabi ko lang ang totoo. Masaya nga ako sa ginawang pagsalba ng SMC sa Gilas after ng Bocaue brawl dahil ung matagal ko ng wish na makita si Cabagnot makalaro sa Gilas ay nangyari na. Si Lassiter nakabalik na sa Gilas hindi na questionable ung status nya. Si Barocca nakabalik na rin sa Gilas si Slaughter naayos na eligibility nya. Si Chot Reyes lang pala ang dahilan :shock:

ang ayoko lang sa nangyayari sa PBA ung mga malalakas na player nakukuha ng SMC, parang wala ng silbi ang "salary cap". Hindi na nga parehas sa officiating hindi pa balanse ang liga pagdating sa mga players. 8)

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:09 am 
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malalalim mga hugot ni mang ceramic. Lintek kasing PBA iyan eh. :D

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:16 am 
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Kung matatandaan nyo dati ginawang ti lilimang piso nalang ang ticket ng PBA
iyong give me 5 promo nila.o kaya gawin nalang nila ang laban sa mga public basketball court sa Tondo
o kaya sa mandaluyong. o sa mga brgy sa IMUS cavite. after ng game mamimigay ng san mig cofee,magnolia chicken at magnolia ice cream. mga bote ng pilsen at kwatro kantos ng ginebra.
sisikat pa mga produkto ng san miguel :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 11:02 am 
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Bawasbawasan na kasi ang pagkuha ng mga half-breed na mga manlalaro. Kuha rin sila ng mga standouts na manlalaro galing probinsya.


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