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Do you want FIBA to allow 2 naturalized players in each team?
Yes 13%  13%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 3:49 pm 
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Numero uno wrote:
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A good basketball program may help if we are talking of Asian FIBA kaya lang kung world cup na pag-uusapan di po tayo uubra sa ating mga counterpart sa America at Europe, kasi physically bigger at stronger po talaga ang lahi nila, kanya its too difficult if not impossible for an Asian country to win a championship in FIBA world cup without the help of naturalized players.


Nonsense! :shock: :lol: You have the worse case of defeatist mentality. We are not strong enough bla bla bla! :lol: It's too impossible. What you do is improve and get better than them. Instead of being a little girl! :lol: :lol:


:D I am just being realistic here, do you think any asian country can win a championship in FIBA World Cup, look at the history of this league its dominated by either an American or European Teams, why because they are simply bigger,taller and quicker and that is the truth that we can never change. If at any case there are weight and height category in basketball just like in boxing then perhaps we can compete against the rest of the world, without the help of a naturalized player, Peace!


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 4:49 pm 
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Kung na i train lang natin ng mabuti sina ej feihl at bonel balingit noong 90’s
Noon pa tinalo na ng RP team ang usa sa 1996 Atlanta :D .

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 8:05 pm 
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It is very disappointing to see our Philippine basketball team always losing in every international competitions esp. those games involving against teams coming from outside Asia. Playing against other Asian countries is just fair and competitive having almost same body structures. Basketball is a game that's being dominated by giants.. Added to this, is the basketball program of a country which systematically and scientifically trains their talents in a very positive ways. Our Philippine system besides the fact that politics within our SBP and personal interest with owners of our Professional clubs play a major factor, our athletes also do not take serious consideration correct nourishment and discipline first and foremost. After the game, it is normal that even club managers would usually treat the team into a party, worst is the drinking spree that could not be avoided. All of the above results to failures.

The present FIBA Basketball rules could not be changed. The only way I could imagine that all countries could play in an even field is when FIBA itself establishes ANOTHER extra Basketball World Cup Championships of Midgets or dwarves. To be considered as a main qualification requirement should be that Midget basketball players representing their respective countries SHOULD BE CLINICALLY DETERMINED THAT AN ABNORMAL HORMONAL GROWTH AS FACTOR OF THEIR HEIGHT AND SIZE. Palagay ko may laban tayo rito.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 8:26 pm 
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Baka nasa pagkain iyan.
Ang china pinapakain nila mga athletes nila ng soup #5 :D

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MAY FAVORATISM ATA ???? ...MAHAL NA MAHAL NI COACH SI BELGA....BAROCCA ...PANG PBA LANG MGA ITO...OR COULD WE SAY..POOR COACH SELECTION DONE BY THE POLITICALLY POLARIZED SB NG PILIPINAS .......BETTER ATA MAG CONCENTRATE NA LANG TAYO SA BOXING AT FOOTBALL....


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 11:31 pm 
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techboy wrote:
Numero uno wrote:
techboy wrote:
A good basketball program may help if we are talking of Asian FIBA kaya lang kung world cup na pag-uusapan di po tayo uubra sa ating mga counterpart sa America at Europe, kasi physically bigger at stronger po talaga ang lahi nila, kanya its too difficult if not impossible for an Asian country to win a championship in FIBA world cup without the help of naturalized players.


Nonsense! :shock: :lol: You have the worse case of defeatist mentality. We are not strong enough bla bla bla! :lol: It's too impossible. What you do is improve and get better than them. Instead of being a little girl! :lol: :lol:


:D I am just being realistic here, do you think any asian country can win a championship in FIBA World Cup, look at the history of this league its dominated by either an American or European Teams, why because they are simply bigger,taller and quicker and that is the truth that we can never change. If at any case there are weight and height category in basketball just like in boxing then perhaps we can compete against the rest of the world, without the help of a naturalized player, Peace!


You went from wanting foreign players to having weight and height classes. Damn, bro! who is going to watch that freak show? :lol: So you don't mind watching 5'6 midgets. 60 KG soaking wet midgets, playing basketball? How about lower the ring by 4ft while were at it. :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:00 am 
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Numero uno wrote:
techboy wrote:
Numero uno wrote:
:D I am just being realistic here, do you think any asian country can win a championship in FIBA World Cup, look at the history of this league its dominated by either an American or European Teams, why because they are simply bigger,taller and quicker and that is the truth that we can never change. If at any case there are weight and height category in basketball just like in boxing then perhaps we can compete against the rest of the world, without the help of a naturalized player, Peace!


You went from wanting foreign players to having weight and height classes. Damn, bro! who is going to watch that freak show? :lol: So you don't mind watching 5'6 midgets. 60 KG soaking wet midgets, playing basketball? How about lower the ring by 4ft while were at it. :lol: :lol:


This is just one way to even up the playing field in basketball, because in the current system their is no way that an Asian team will win in a FIBA world championship. The rule of Asian teams are just fillers("salingpusa for life"). In fact all Asian country in the current world cup has been all eliminated on the first round of competition, this just proved my point. :D


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 6:34 am 
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techboy wrote:

This is just one way to even up the playing field in basketball, because in the current system their is no way that an Asian team will win in a FIBA world championship. The rule of Asian teams are just fillers("salingpusa for life"). In fact all Asian country in the current world cup has been all eliminated on the first round of competition, this just proved my point. :D


You have to scrap the unlimited foreigner rule because all the top European and Americans are too tall.too strong and very good looking.So who would join this FREAK SHOW midget world cup only the Asian countries? The weak countries that are too short, weak and not pogi enough to play in the real world cup.

:shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:39 am 
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Numero uno wrote:
techboy wrote:

This is just one way to even up the playing field in basketball, because in the current system their is no way that an Asian team will win in a FIBA world championship. The rule of Asian teams are just fillers("salingpusa for life"). In fact all Asian country in the current world cup has been all eliminated on the first round of competition, this just proved my point. :D


You have to scrap the unlimited foreigner rule because all the top European and Americans are too tall.too strong and very good looking.So who would join this FREAK SHOW midget world cup only the Asian countries? The weak countries that are too short, weak and not pogi enough to play in the real world cup.

:shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:



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PostPosted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:34 pm 
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Mahihirapan na mabago ang FIBA rules sa ngaun. Oo nga sa PBA nanggagaling ang representative ng Pilipinas for FIBA games pero hindi pa rin nakakapag-prepare ng maayos dahil sa conflicting games ng PBA; at kung hindi rin kaya magbigay ng PBA na mag-adjust ng schedules o to shorten their conferences into 2 sa isang season; palagay ko ang isa the best remedy ay merong isang malaking sponsor o private company na kayang mag-finance at tapatan kung anuman ang salary and benefits na natatanggap ng mga PBA players at bumuo ng isang National team na ala NCC noong early 80’s.; na meron silang contract na at least mga 5 years ..na ang kanilang mission ay maglaro lang para sa Pilipinas. Puede silang mag-join o sumali sa PBA as part of their preparation. Sa ngaun maraming mga potential na mga young Pilipino at Fil-foreign players na puedeng ma-recruit para dito,... tamang-tama sana kasi isa tayo sa host ng FIBA WC 2023. Sa ganitong formula palagay ko po di na maiistorbo ang PBA.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:45 am 
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parang bata umuwi… sumbong ko kau sa tatay ko :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:48 pm 
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rmagt_18 wrote:
Mahihirapan na mabago ang FIBA rules sa ngaun. Oo nga sa PBA nanggagaling ang representative ng Pilipinas for FIBA games pero hindi pa rin nakakapag-prepare ng maayos dahil sa conflicting games ng PBA; at kung hindi rin kaya magbigay ng PBA na mag-adjust ng schedules o to shorten their conferences into 2 sa isang season; palagay ko ang isa the best remedy ay merong isang malaking sponsor o private company na kayang mag-finance at tapatan kung anuman ang salary and benefits na natatanggap ng mga PBA players at bumuo ng isang National team na ala NCC noong early 80’s.; na meron silang contract na at least mga 5 years ..na ang kanilang mission ay maglaro lang para sa Pilipinas. Puede silang mag-join o sumali sa PBA as part of their preparation. Sa ngaun maraming mga potential na mga young Pilipino at Fil-foreign players na puedeng ma-recruit para dito,... tamang-tama sana kasi isa tayo sa host ng FIBA WC 2023. Sa ganitong formula palagay ko po di na maiistorbo ang PBA.


You have a point, but then again it is all about size, China,Japan,Sokor, Iran and others are also doing the best they can to prepare for the world cup, yet they dont advance also in the next round of the competition but at least they perform better as compare to our team, which means their basketball program is much better than ours.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:55 pm 
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techboy wrote:
rmagt_18 wrote:
Mahihirapan na mabago ang FIBA rules sa ngaun. Oo nga sa PBA nanggagaling ang representative ng Pilipinas for FIBA games pero hindi pa rin nakakapag-prepare ng maayos dahil sa conflicting games ng PBA; at kung hindi rin kaya magbigay ng PBA na mag-adjust ng schedules o to shorten their conferences into 2 sa isang season; palagay ko ang isa the best remedy ay merong isang malaking sponsor o private company na kayang mag-finance at tapatan kung anuman ang salary and benefits na natatanggap ng mga PBA players at bumuo ng isang National team na ala NCC noong early 80’s.; na meron silang contract na at least mga 5 years ..na ang kanilang mission ay maglaro lang para sa Pilipinas. Puede silang mag-join o sumali sa PBA as part of their preparation. Sa ngaun maraming mga potential na mga young Pilipino at Fil-foreign players na puedeng ma-recruit para dito,... tamang-tama sana kasi isa tayo sa host ng FIBA WC 2023. Sa ganitong formula palagay ko po di na maiistorbo ang PBA.


You have a point, but then again it is all about size, China,Japan,Sokor, Iran and others are also doing the best they can to prepare for the world cup, yet they dont advance also in the next round of the competition but at least they perform better as compare to our team, which means their basketball program is much better than ours.

I agree with you, it is really hard to get the championship bacon in FWC and the Olympics, it's like in a Filipino saying "Suntok sa Buwan or impossible". And for obvious reason because of the physicality such as height, size, genes, bones structure and etc., unlike in an individual contact sports it is measured in a weight class so that the match will be equal. But it doesn’t mean that we will stop competing as this sports (basketball) whether we like or not is already been a part of our (Philippine) culture and as long as we can give high competitive game of basketball. But for now our co-Asian countries got an upper hand this time with a better performance, and hopefully the people behind the Philippine team will take this FWC 2019 experience as a lesson - “AGAIN”; so that hopefully in FWC 2023 we can duplicate or exceed of what the batch 2014 has been accomplished.


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