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Old 04-04-2007, 06:39 AM   #1
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The battlecry is 8-8-8! on our way with 494 days to the Olympics...


RP 5 will do the impossible, says Reyes
By Joaquin Henson
The Philippine Star 04/02/2007


Recent photo of Team Pilipinas in LA

Coach Chot Reyes said the other day his mindset for the Philippine national basketball team, training at the Joe Abunassar impact camp in Carson City near Los Angeles, is to do the impossible in the gym now to prepare to do the impossible later.

For five months, the team will be getting battle-ready for the chance to play in the Beijing Olympics. The moment of truth will come in the FIBA-Asia Championships on July 28-Aug. 5 in Tokushima, Japan, where powerhouse China – assured of an Olympic ticket as host nation – is the defending titlist.

Reyes, assistant coach Aboy Castro, trainer Dennis Aenlle and 11 players left Thursday for a two-week camp personally supervised by Abunassar in Carson City. Abunassar is credited for developing the skills of stars like Kevin Garnett, Chauncey Billups, Tayshaun Prince, Chris Duhon, Andrei Kirilenko and Sebastian Telfair.

The morning after arriving in the US, Reyes took the team to practice for two hours at the Home Depot Center. Two more hours of practice in the afternoon rounded out a grueling first day at camp.

"There was no way we should have gone as hard as we did after flying 12 hours and barely getting any sleep," said Reyes. "But all through the next five months, a lot of people are going to say we couldn’t or shouldn’t do a lot of things – we shouldn’t play in SEABA, we couldn’t win FIBA-Asia, we couldn’t beat China, we couldn’t get to the Olympics.

"That’s why on the first day of practice, I wanted to start doing things other people say we shouldn’t be doing. Let’s not wait until July to do the things people say we couldn’t do."

Reyes said beating China seems to be a mission impossible but he’s not resigned to it.

"We’ll never know until we try," he said. "We shouldn’t wait until July to start doing the impossible. We need to start now to do the impossible, even in little ways. Because when we start training our bodies and minds to do the impossible, to do the things we shouldn’t be doing today then we will be better prepared to do the impossible later."

Reyes said he’s impressed by the dedication and effort the players showed on the first day at camp. "I’m proud to be here with you," he told the players. "Great work. Get your rest and let’s come back and do even better tomorrow."

In the morning session, Reyes split the 11-man squad into guards and bigs. Jimmy Alapag, Jay-Jay Helterbrand, Mark Caguioa, RenRen Ritualo and Dondon Hontiveros began with performance movement training followed by a series of individual drills in shooting, footwork, balance and ballhandling. The big men – Asi Taulava, Ranidel de Ocampo, Mick Pennisi, Kerby Raymundo, Danny Seigle and Tony de la Cruz – hit the weights and did flexibility training. Then, the guards went to the weight room and the bigs went through the individual skills modules.

In the afternoon, the team did more shooting, ballhandling and footwork exercises then broke into 3-on-3 drills focusing on ballscreens, hand-off executions and reading the defense. Interspersed were agility drills and a lot of running.

"To say the day was exhausting is an understatement," said Reyes. "That’s why I championed their efforts at the end of the session."
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RP cagers win tuneup match
Helterbrand, Hontiveros, Pennisi strike hard vs Bryon Russell-led squad

CARSON CITY, California — The RP-San Miguel team rallied from 18-point down against the Bryon Russel-led ABA Hollywood Fame en route to winning its first tune-up game, 98-81, Monday noon at the Home Depot Center.

The Nationals missed their first four shots and quickly trailed by double digits as Jimmy Johnson, 6-foot-5 Billy Knight, 6-foot-6 Mo Spillers, 6-foot-9 Ron Mingo and the 6-foot-7 Russel, a former Lakers player, dominated inside and surprised the visitors with their deft outside shooting.

Fame further hammered the Filipinos with 6-foot-9 John Nortridge, who combined with Jamaal Kendricks in opening an 18-point lead early in the second quarter.

RP coach Chot Reyes quickly pulled his team together as Asi Taulava, Danny Seigle, Mick Pennisi, Renren Ritualo and Jayjay Helterbrand started connecting.

Ritualo and Pennisi then engineered a scorching rally that wiped out the deficit as Fame went into the locker room holding a 51-50 edge.

The second half was RP-San Miguel all the way, with Pennisi and Dondon Hontiveros delivering long-distance bombs and Helterbrand shredding the Fame defense in setting up Tony dela Cruz at the perimeter.

The Americans trailed by 10 at the start of the fourth quarter and went into a full-court press which the nationals easily broke down with superb ball-handling.

A rematch is set Tuesday with Russel, best remembered as the Utah Jazz defender faked out of position by Michael Jordan, then still with the Chicago Bulls, for that picture-perfect winning jumper, vowing revenge, as our superior ballhandling rendered their full court press useless.

"More impressive than our shooting, conditioning, and quickness was the fact that we did not give up even when we were down by 18 early," said Reyes.

"We struggled early, but the players found a way to overcome the soreness and fatigue they felt from the morning’s workouts" Reyes added the Nationals "communicated very effectively, and their genuine concern for each other was inspiring. Over-all, I am quite satisfied with this, our first game ever as a unit.
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Hollywood Fame exacts revenge on RP-San Mig


CARSON CITY. – Showing up with two high-scoring guards, the Hollywood Fame led by NBA veteran Byron Russel exacted revenge on RP-San Miguel on Wednesday 100-76 at the Home Depot Center.

The Fame capitalized on the poor shooting and creeping fatigue of the Nationals as they evened the series at 1-1.

Russel, the NBA veteran who last played for the Los Angeles Lakers, vowed to get back at the Nationals after Fame dropped the opener of their exhibition series 98-81.

RP-San Mig opened well with Danny Seigle catching fire early. But the Fame came back hard, ending the first quarter with a 28-16 lead.

Numb from their 8 a.m. weights session and court training an hour later, the Nationals failed to produce the comeback run they successfully engineered on Tuesday, sputtering against the hard-charging Americans in trailing 54-36 at the half.

Asi Taulava, Mick Pennissi, Mark Caguioa, Jayjay Helterbrand and Seigle sparked a minor rally at the start of the second half, but the Fame A had an answer this time courtesy of Lamar Gayle and Mo Spillers who countered with a 10-2 run for a 76-55 advantage going to the final period.

Team Pilipinas mounted a last-ditch effort to turn the game around midway in the fourth, but again the Fame struck with guards Dino Tanner and Kevin Bradley draining clutch 3-pointers to smother the rally.

"Back-to-back three-a-days finally took its toll on the players as they had very little to give today," RP coach Chot Reyes.

"Still, this game was meant to make our players learn how to play under very difficult circumstances. It is important that we learn how to execute and play at a high level even under fatigue, as we will certainly find ourselves in this situation in the future."

Lamar Gayle of Cal-State Bakersfield had 21 points, while Dino Tanner added 17, Russel had nine points.

Mark Caguioa had nine of his 15 points in the third quarter and Renren Ritualo all of his eight in the fourth.
Scores:

HOLLYWOOD FAME 100 – Gayle 21, Tanner 17, Bradley 15, Spillerse 14, Russel 9, Banks 9, Aftalion 5, Whyte 4, Williams 4, Anderson 2.

RP-SAN MIGUEL Caguioa 15, Seigle 11, Taulava 10, Ritualo 8, Dela Cruz 6, Pennisi 6, Helterbrand 4, Alapag 4, Hontiveros 4, De Ocampo 4, Raymundo 4.

Quarters: 28-16; 54-36; 76-55; 100-76



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Go Team Pilipinas ! btw, even if we get third place do we still qualify for the olympics?
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Go Team Pilipinas ! btw, even if we get third place do we still qualify for the olympics?


We must at least be first or 2nd seed in Asia, China is on their way into the Olympics they are automatically qualified because the 2008 Olympics would be held in Beijing, China.
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RP-SAN MIGUEL DOWNS CAL STATE-DOMINGUEZ


Caguioa shines in impressive win

Saturday, 07 April 2007
CARSON CITY, CA – Fresh from a 24-hour respite, RP-San Miguel came back with a vengeance, crushing Cal State-Dominguez Hills, an NCAA Division-II school, 90-71, at the Home Depot Training Center Friday.

A different starting lineup comprised of Jayjay Helterbrand, Mark Caguioa, Tony de la Cruz, Ranidel de Ocampo and Asi Taulava set the tone for the match, opening a 7-0 lead that appeared to surprise the Dominguez Hills Toros.

Caguioa finished with 22 points while Danny Seigle came off the bench with 14.

Behind their leader Jamel Barnes, the Toros closed the gap halfway through the period. But the Nationals’ second unit – Jimmy Alapag, Dondon Hontiveros, Kerby Raymundo, Mick Pennisi and Seigle – restored the advantage and set Team RP on the road to a 31-16 first quarter breakaway.

The Toros tried to rattle the Filipinos with a 1-3-1 defense, but Renren Ritualo, Hontiveros and Pennisi brought Cal-State right out of the zone with long-range bombs from beyond the arc.

The lead was 48-28 at the half, a bulge RP-San Miguel maintained at the end of three quarters, 70-50.

“Unlike the first two games when our mentality was just to compete and execute, we went into this game with the mindset that we were out to win,” said RP coach Chot Reyes.

“We practiced only until 12 noon yesterday, and got everyone back at 12 noon today, thus giving everyone a 24-hour break, and it showed in the energy. More than the win, what pleased me was our ball movement and the players' selflessness.”

The RP-San Miguel squad returns to the gym for its three-a-day practice Saturday.

“We’ll see how well we play with fatigue next game,” Reyes said.

The scores:

RP-SAN MIGUEL 90 – Caguioa 22, Seigle 16, De la Cruz 14, Pennisi 9, Raymundo 8, Taulava 6, Hontiveros 4, Ritualo 3, Alapag 3, De Ocampo 3, Helterbrand 2.

CAL STATE-DOMINGUEZ – Ward 16, Walton 14, Steed 10, Nibo 9, Barnes 6, Love 4, Isaac 4, Fowler 2, Ramey 2, Duhon 2, Johnson 0.

Quarters: 31-16; 48-28; 70-50; 90-71
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go team Pilipinas!!!!! Magchachampion tayo sa ABC championship... Kung kaya ng ibang team, kaya dn Natin for sure... Go Go Go... Kahit sa Olympics Magchachampion Tayo..... Dream BIG
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Harbour-RP team off to flying start

Games Today (Britama Arena)
7 p.m. – Vietnam vs Malaysia
9 p.m. – Harbour-RP vs Indonesia

JAKARTA, Indonesia – Marvin Cruz put on a razzle-dazzle performance and Vidal Massiah delivered his promise Tuesday as Harbour Centre-Philippine team clobbered Malaysia, 87-72, in a win that sent chilling warning to its rivals at the start of the SEABA Club Champions Cup a the Britama Arena here.

The 6-foot-6 Massiah, the same import dumped by San Miguel Beer following his scoreless performance in his second game in the pro league, played true to form as he topscored for Harbour-RP team with 24 points.

But the day simply belonged to the 5-foot-8 Cruz.

Widely acclaimed as the country’s finest amateur guard today, Cruz was a joy to watch as he awed and baffled his taller Malaysian defenders with his court wizardry and deadly sniping in leading the country to its first international win in almost two years.

“I was not surprised with what Marvin did to the team today, he’s really tough and a very good player,” said coach Junel Baculi. “Talagang buo ang loob, pang-international talaga.”

Showing steely resolve, Cruz, despite the foul tactics of Koo Chen Jye, repeatedly broke Malaysians’ defense with his lightning speed and steady shooting from afar, a performance that earned him raves from amateur basketball godfather Mikee Romero and rival countries as well.

Cruz started the team’s onslaught with a tough drive that saw the Nationals take an early 11-0 lead, and then capped his15-point performance with two critical free throws that stopped Malaysia’s searing rally late in the fourth, 82-72, with less than two minutes left. The Nationals were held to just 9 points in the second quarter after turning the ball 9 times but they regained their bearing in third after knocking in four triples, including two from the sweet-shooting Jonathan Fernandez.

With their win, the Nationals need only to win against lowly Vietnam on Friday to advance to the finals. The two teams after the elims will advance to the finals with the winner gaining a berth in the Asian Club Championship next month.

The Nationals, out to win their fifth title in the annual event which the country dominated in the 90s, are playing against host Indonesia at press time.

“It was a good start, I hope we can sustain our hot start despite the bad calls,” said Romero in a long distance call from the United States. “But we have to play as hard as we can aganst the Indons.”

In the second game, Indonesia, backstopped by US NCAA veteran Kueth Duany, served notice of its title desire by blowing past Vietnam, 100-25.

But the win proved too costly for Harbour-RP as Chico Lanete twisted his foot after stepping onto the foot of Malaysia’s Satyaseelan, who deliberately stuck out his while the Silver Cup MVP was attempting to shoot from three-point zone.

Lanete successfully made his shot but he grimaced in pain after his fall and had to be bodily carried out by his teammates. His foot swelled late at night and was declared out of the rest of the tournament which is a bad news for the team.

Despite the win, Baculi was far from satisfied as other stars, especially JC Intal, played poorly. Playing for the first time in an international tournament, the 6-foot-4 Intal bombed out. But he promised to redeem himself against the Indons.

After taking a 31-9 first quarter led, Baculi pulled out the 6-foot-9 Nwosu and Massiah at the start of the second canto but his ploy almost backfired as the Malaysians uncorked a blistering 22-2 run that moved them within striking distance, 31-33.

But Cruz knocked a jumper and Massiah barreled his way past a forest of Malaysian defenders to ease the tension.

Although he did not push himself that hard, Nwosu still got away with a double-double performance. He tallied 16 boards and11 points, enough to make for his seven turnovers. In all, the Nationals committed 22 errors against 17 for Malaysians.

The scores:

Harbour-RP 87 – Massiah 24, Cruz 15, Nwosu 11, Castro 8, L. Rodriguez 6, Lanete 6, Fernandez 6, Magpayo 5, Arana 4, E. Rodriguez 2, Intal 0, Belga 0.

Malaysia 72 – Koh 17, Chai 11, Francis 11, Satyaseelan 10, Tan 9, Soo 8, Cheong 3, Chow 3, Ooi 0, Yoew 0. Quarters: 31-9; 40-32; 67-47; 87-72.
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1-0 for team Pilipinas

Lets Go for the Gold!!!

Congratulations for the win!!!

Goodluck sa next game against Indonesia. Lets blow them out.
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1-0 for team Pilipinas

Lets Go for the Gold!!!

Congratulations for the win!!!

Goodluck sa next game against Indonesia.
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CARSON CITY, California. – Team San Miguel-Pilipinas posted its third win in four games Saturday, beating a selection of ABA-USBL players and aspiring pros 98-74 before a weekend crowd of close to 300 Filipinos at the Home Depot Center here.

The game saw Gabe Norwood of George Mason University, whose late grandfather hails from Pangasinan and grandmother Frances Villoria comes from Camiling, Tarlac, suiting up for the Nationals.

The 6-foot-5 Norwood played point guard for GMU which advanced to last year’s NCAA Final Four but failed to make it this year. Norwood flew in from Virginia and joined the Nationals in their 3-on-3 practice last Friday. He also practiced with the team Saturday morning and played later that night.

Inspired by the presence of his relatives, Mark Caguioa opened up scoring with a 3-point shot, before Asi Taulava and Ranidel de Ocampo took turns attacking the hoop as the Nationals took a 12-0 lead, forcing the opposing coach to call an early time-out.

The Americans came back strong behind CCA all-conference member Johntae Vincent and ABA veteran Phil Givens to close out first quarter scoring trailing by six 30-24.

Shortly before the quarter ended, Norwood was fielded in by coach Chot Reyes. Alternating between the point and off-guard spots, Norwood immediately made his presence felt via a thunderous slam off a back pass from Jimmy Alapag that drove the pro-Pinoy crowd crazy. Gabe went on to score on a variety of jumpers while running the offense and passing off for six assists, prompting his teammates to give their ‘thumbs-up’ on his potential as a probable national team member.

The Americans opened the third quarter with a 12-2 run to threaten at 60-54. After a time-out, the Nationals threw a half-court trapping defense that led to successive baskets and gave the RP team a 79-61 lead going into the third quarter. This seemed to take the fight out of the Americans as they never got any closer the rest of the way.

"This team had some great size and talent but was more of an all-star selection and not really a team. Still, I thought we did well in terms of ball movement and over-all effort," said Reyes.

"More importantly, we finally had a chance to see how Gabe fits in with us, and from seeing this game, his work ethic in the weight room and court drills, and his instant rapport with his teammates, I would say that he is a great fit," Reyes added. "He flies back to attend school Sunday night, so it will be interesting to see how we play against legitimate Division-I teams on Tuesday (Cal State Fullerton) and Wednesday (Long Beach State).

The scores:


RP-San Miguel 98– Seigle 21, Caguioa 18, Pennisi 13, de Ocampo 11, Helterbrand 10, Taulava 8, Norwood 8, Raymundo 4, Alapag 4, dela Cruz 2, Ritualo 2. (Hontiveros DNP due to injury)


US Selection 74– Vincent 21, Givens 15, Bewer 10, Yamatz 8, Bryant 8, Meiller 4, Rivers 4, Lawrence 4, Hamilton 0.
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CARSON CITY, California. – Team San Miguel-Pilipinas posted its third win in four games Saturday, beating a selection of ABA-USBL players and aspiring pros 98-74 before a weekend crowd of close to 300 Filipinos at the Home Depot Center here.

The game saw Gabe Norwood of George Mason University, whose late grandfather hails from Pangasinan and grandmother Frances Villoria comes from Camiling, Tarlac, suiting up for the Nationals.

The 6-foot-5 Norwood played point guard for GMU which advanced to last year’s NCAA Final Four but failed to make it this year. Norwood flew in from Virginia and joined the Nationals in their 3-on-3 practice last Friday. He also practiced with the team Saturday morning and played later that night.

Inspired by the presence of his relatives, Mark Caguioa opened up scoring with a 3-point shot, before Asi Taulava and Ranidel de Ocampo took turns attacking the hoop as the Nationals took a 12-0 lead, forcing the opposing coach to call an early time-out.

The Americans came back strong behind CCA all-conference member Johntae Vincent and ABA veteran Phil Givens to close out first quarter scoring trailing by six 30-24.

Shortly before the quarter ended, Norwood was fielded in by coach Chot Reyes. Alternating between the point and off-guard spots, Norwood immediately made his presence felt via a thunderous slam off a back pass from Jimmy Alapag that drove the pro-Pinoy crowd crazy. Gabe went on to score on a variety of jumpers while running the offense and passing off for six assists, prompting his teammates to give their ‘thumbs-up’ on his potential as a probable national team member.

The Americans opened the third quarter with a 12-2 run to threaten at 60-54. After a time-out, the Nationals threw a half-court trapping defense that led to successive baskets and gave the RP team a 79-61 lead going into the third quarter. This seemed to take the fight out of the Americans as they never got any closer the rest of the way.

"This team had some great size and talent but was more of an all-star selection and not really a team. Still, I thought we did well in terms of ball movement and over-all effort," said Reyes.

"More importantly, we finally had a chance to see how Gabe fits in with us, and from seeing this game, his work ethic in the weight room and court drills, and his instant rapport with his teammates, I would say that he is a great fit," Reyes added. "He flies back to attend school Sunday night, so it will be interesting to see how we play against legitimate Division-I teams on Tuesday (Cal State Fullerton) and Wednesday (Long Beach State).

The scores:


RP-San Miguel 98– Seigle 21, Caguioa 18, Pennisi 13, de Ocampo 11, Helterbrand 10, Taulava 8, Norwood 8, Raymundo 4, Alapag 4, dela Cruz 2, Ritualo 2. (Hontiveros DNP due to injury)


US Selection 74– Vincent 21, Givens 15, Bewer 10, Yamatz 8, Bryant 8, Meiller 4, Rivers 4, Lawrence 4, Hamilton 0.
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Go Team Pilipinas ! btw, even if we get third place do we still qualify for the olympics?

sa may nais malaman kung paano makakapasok sa Olympics, eto po ang illustration:




so it's either second place tayo provided that China will be first or dapat Asian champion para makakuha ng tiket papuntang Beijing.
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