PBA Thread (Philippine Basketball Association)

Discussion in 'Sports and Fitness' started by ice, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. antski

    antski Well-Known Member

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    Are you referring to Elmer Yanga?
     
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    Yes! Thats him!
     
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    San Mig Super Coffee Mixers now leads the series 2-1.

    Next game is on Thursday, 8PM, at the Philsports Arena (formerly Ultra).

    Now, that's throwback!
     
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    jerichojanolo Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations to the San Mig Super Coffee Mixers. Back to back to back champs!

    And I am getting that shirt!
     
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    TNT played like an amateur team last night. Literally no defense. Shot selection was awful. Let's give it to San Mig, for now. Baroca had a heart of steel last night. I'm rooting for TNT (as the company pays my bill). We'll be back next conference guys!
     
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    Since PhilSports Arena is just a kilometer from where we stay, me and my wife had the chance to watch the game from the gallery section and these are some of the shots I took from my Sony NEX-7 paired with an adaptor and a Nikon mount non VC Tamron 70-300 mm lens using manual focus.

    With TnT draining threes from almost all corners, I was amazed that San Mig coffee Mixers won the game.

    Congrats to San Mig. You have made the right move by hiring Coach Tim Cone...

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    I actually thought barroca will get the finals mvp....his performance last night was just amazing!
     
  8. ice

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    Terrence Romeo and Vice Ganda. Whew! :p
     
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    San Mig Super Coffee Mixers ousts Talk n' Text, again, to reach the Finals.

    Grand slam hopes still alive.
     
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    Triangle offense vs individual efforts of Jason Castro, RDO & Paul Harris. Why does it seem Chot Reyes' Dribble Drive Offense is better than Norman Black's? Hustling defense was missing too. The better team won.

    At the other series, RoS could really use Gabe Norwood's defense & rebounding as well as create some offense when nothing else clicks - but rest & recover now Gabe for Gilas, para sa bayan! Paul Lee sometimes play like the aging Willie Miller while Chris Tiu is still struggling with his shots. Alaska's Vic Manuel has really stepped up. Unless Yeng Guiao pulls off his legendary magic over his players, Alex Compton is inspiring his players to go to the finals.
     
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    Congratulations San Mig Super Coffee Mixers!

    Grandslam!!!
     
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    Congrats mga ka-mixers! ;) kape-kape na tayo... ;)
     
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    Picks 1 thru 10 got me interested. Because of the Paul Lee situation, Kevin Alas was picked number 2. #ArribaLetran

    Number 11: no comment
     
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    I'm surprised Clark Bautista ended up way too far in the draft. Talented guard.
     
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    Im surprised that my team was able to snag banchero at no 5. I thought he would go higher...it's nice to see paolo taha getting drafted(we are from the same school-CSB). He is an underrated player.
     
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    Manny Pacquiao tapping World Peace for Kia - Inquirer Sports

     
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    Tough luck for guys like Roider Cabrera and Phil Pamiamogan. Maybe they could have been drafted if other teams were still allowed to pick after round 2.
     
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