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Old 08-01-2007, 11:03 PM   #1
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Norwood to play for Magnolia?


PBL’s Magnolia five dead-set on signing Norwood


By Francis Ochoa
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TOKUSHIMA, JAPAN -- Gabe Norwood, the 6-foot-5 guard who once started for US NCAA Final Four squad George Mason University, could be the next big thing in the Philippine Basketball League.

The national team’s second string wingman is set to play for Magnolia in the coming PBL wars, hoping to pave the way for a possible stint in the Southeast Asian Games and in the Philippine Basketball Association.

“He has offers from the United States, in different leagues there,” said national coach Chot Reyes. “He is interested, but he likes it more in the Philippines. So that if there is a chance to play in the PBL, he’ll gladly take it.”

Robert Non, the team manager of the San Miguel-RP squad competing here in the FIBA Asia championship, said Magnolia is almost certain to sign up Norwood for the coming PBL season.

“We’re already working on him playing for us,” said Non, who added that there is a very strong chance that the team will loan Norwood to the national squad that will represent the country in the coming Southeast Asian Games in December.

The country is hoping to defend the title it won in 2003 in Vietnam. Basketball was shelved from the 2005 SEA Games in Manila because the country was under FIBA suspension then.

Mikee Romero, whose Harbour Centre will bankroll the Philippine basketball campaign in the SEA Games, has openly asked for professional players and Norwood to boost the RP squad.

And with Magnolia fielding Norwood and the PBL halting competitions for the duration of the SEA Games, that request may just be fulfilled.

Norwood is a cinch to represent the country a second straight time after performing well for San Miguel-RP in the Olympic qualifiers.

But although he is eligible to play for the country in the SEA Games, his PBA stint next year will still depend on whether he can process his documents enough to get a Department of Justice certification on his Filipino lineage.

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By Francis Ochoa
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TOKUSHIMA, JAPAN -- Gabe Norwood, the 6-foot-5 guard who once started for US NCAA Final Four squad George Mason University, could be the next big thing in the Philippine Basketball League.

The national team’s second string wingman is set to play for Magnolia in the coming PBL wars, hoping to pave the way for a possible stint in the Southeast Asian Games and in the Philippine Basketball Association.

“He has offers from the United States, in different leagues there,” said national coach Chot Reyes. “He is interested, but he likes it more in the Philippines. So that if there is a chance to play in the PBL, he’ll gladly take it.”

Robert Non, the team manager of the San Miguel-RP squad competing here in the FIBA Asia championship, said Magnolia is almost certain to sign up Norwood for the coming PBL season.

“We’re already working on him playing for us,” said Non, who added that there is a very strong chance that the team will loan Norwood to the national squad that will represent the country in the coming Southeast Asian Games in December.

The country is hoping to defend the title it won in 2003 in Vietnam. Basketball was shelved from the 2005 SEA Games in Manila because the country was under FIBA suspension then.

Mikee Romero, whose Harbour Centre will bankroll the Philippine basketball campaign in the SEA Games, has openly asked for professional players and Norwood to boost the RP squad.

And with Magnolia fielding Norwood and the PBL halting competitions for the duration of the SEA Games, that request may just be fulfilled.

Norwood is a cinch to represent the country a second straight time after performing well for San Miguel-RP in the Olympic qualifiers.

But although he is eligible to play for the country in the SEA Games, his PBA stint next year will still depend on whether he can process his documents enough to get a Department of Justice certification on his Filipino lineage.

He needs to play in the states on any other league stronger than the PBL. He won't develope in the PBL.
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He needs to play in the states on any other league stronger than the PBL. He won't develope in the PBL.

i agree with you..would be better for him and for hte philippines team if he tries to get into the nbdl or some tough euro league
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PBL holds rookie draft; Norwood likely top pick



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September 8, 2007




FIL-AM Gabe Norwood is expected to be the biggest draw when the PBL holds its annual Rookie Draft on Sept. 28 at the PBL office in Pasig.

The 6-foot-5 Norwood played for the all-pro Philippine team in the FIBA-Asia Championship in Japan recently and also expressed his wish to play in the coming PBL tournament before joining the PBA next year.

Commissioner Chino Trinidad sees a bumper crop of talents as other Fil-foreign players have signified their interest to join the premier amateur basketball league.

“The league lost a great number of its marquee players but I’m confident a new batch of exciting players will rise and take the spotlight,” said Trinidad. “There are lots of talents around so I’m confident we can discover new ones.

“If the player will join the league, we are willing to provide them the training they want. We’re going nurture and help them build a career for themselves,” said Trinidad.

Expected to join the rookie draft are Woody Co and Miguel de Asis of the University of the Philippines, Jose Antonio Reyes, Eric Salamat and Ken Joseph Barracoso of Ateneo, James Martinez of University of the East, Marnel Baracael and Benedict Fernandez of FEU, Peejay Barua of La Salle.

A horde of NCAA standouts, among them John Carl Meligrito of Letran, Michael Kong of University of Perpetual Help Dalta System, Garvo Lanete of San Beda and John Marion Wilson of Jose Rizal University, are also likely to join the draft.

Top players from the Visayas, especially from Cebu and Bacolod, are also invited to join the rookie draft which will now be held only once a year.

Previously, the league conducts its rookie draft twice a year.

“Failure to join the coming draft will have to wait for another year before they can play in the league,” said PBL Executive Director Butch Maniego.


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104 players display stuff in PBL Rookie Camp today


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September 26, 2007

One hundred four players each dreaming to become a big star someday are expected to show up and display their stuff today when the Philippine Basketball League (PBL) holds its Rookie Camp at The Arena in San Juan.

UAAP and NCAA stars, led by Jervy Cruz of University of Santo Tomas, and several other Fil-foreign players, among them Richard Cole of Cypress College and Amir Mazarei of University of Redlands, are among those who have confirmed their participation in the rookie camp which starts at 9 a.m.

Gabe Norwood, the 6-foot-5 former George Mason University starter in the US NCAA, has also made himself available for the rookie draft slated Friday but he’s not expected to attend the camp duo to a previous commitment.

The wiry but athletic Norwood played for the all-pro Philippine team in the FIBA-Asian Championship in Japan recently.

PBL Executive Director Butch Maniego said this year’s batch of aspiring rookies is perhaps the deepest and most talented in years considering that six players who stand at 6-foot-6 are joining the camp that will be supervised by Joey Guanio and Jig Mendoza.

“We expect that majority of the applicants will be joining the camp but some players who still have some important games in the UAAP and NCAA are not required to attend,” said Maniego.

Deputy Commissioner Tommy Ong said the rookie camp is the start of what is expected to be a long journey for most aspirants who wish to play in the pro league someday.

“If they pass this test, I’m sure they will be drafted. So they have to show their real worth,” said Ong.

The aspirants will do some drills that will test their endurance, toughness quickness, shooting and defensive ability.

Nine players from UAAP finalist University of the East, including the wily James Martinez, 6-foot-4 Hans Thiele and Mark Fampulne, have also signed up.

Budding stars like Woody Co of University of the Philippines, Leo Canuday of Adamson, Melchor Gile of UST, John Carlos Hermida of San Beda, Michael Kong of University of Perpetual, Marvin Hayes of Jose Rizal University and Alfredo Cerilla of Far Eastern University are also joining the camp.

Other Fil-foreigners in the list are Allan Aguilar, Ryan Boado, Anthony Davis, Mishaal Luz, Raymond Montaniel, Paolo Obra and Bolden Roosevelt.

Hapee Toothpaste, out to redeem itself after a disappointing campaign last conference, will pick first in the drafting followed by San Miguel-Magnolia.

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Hapee wants Norwood or Cruz

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September 27, 2007

HAPEE TOOTHPASTE, hoping to relive its glory days, is torn between two bright rookie prospects — an athletic Fil-Am player and a pure Filipino talent.

Picking first in the PBL Rookie Draft slated tomorrow, Hapee team manager Bernard Yang said they will pick either NCAA veteran Gabe Norwood or forward Jervy Cruz of University of Santo Tomas.

“It’s not going to be an easy decision for us because the two are perhaps the best players in this year’s batch of rookies,” said Yang. “Norwood is the kind of player we want because of his athleticism, while Jervy is strong and versatile.”

Yang, however, said he will still talk first to Lamoiyan Corp. and incoming PBL Chairman Cecilio Pedro before making a final decision tomorrow. He also said that Pedro is aching to regain its once lofty status in the league.

The PBL Rookie Draft will be held tomorrow at the Penthouse of the East Tower of the Phil. Stock Exchange Centre in Pasig City.

The other concern of Hapee management is that Norwood is not yet in the country. Yang said the team is now deep in training for the opening of the Invitational Cup slated last week of October.

There were reports that the 6-foot-5 Norwood has just signed up a lucrative deal with a European ball club.

Norwood, whose grandmother is a pure Filipina, played for George Mason University that made it to the US NCAA Finals against Louisiana State University in 2004.

When told about the latest news on Norwood, Yang said: “I will still verify it and that’s also the reason why I’m trying to find his agent here.”

Norwood is also being eyed to reinforce the Harbour Centre-backed Philippine team that will play in the 24th SEA Games in Thailand this December.

Before Harbour Centre lorded over the league it won three straight championships Hapee Toothpaste and bitter rival Welcoat Paints (now in the pro league) took turns in ruling the country’s premier amateur league.

Its most memorable year was in 2003 when the team, backstopped then by Rich Alvarez, Larry Fonacier, Eugene Tan, LA Tenorio and Peter June Simon, won
back-to-back titles, including against the James Yap-led Welcoat Paints.


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Hapee likely to go for Norwood




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September 28, 2007

FOR now, Hapee Toothpaste appears inclined to make Fil-American Gabe Norwood the No. 1 pick when the Philippine Basketball League holds its Rookie Entry Draft today.

Though the former George Mason University star has reportedly inked a lucrative contract to play in Europe, Hapee team manager Bernard Yang is hopeful the 6-foot-5 forward will come back to the country to play for the Cecilio Pedto-owned franchise.

Yang said he had already sent an email to Norwood, detailing his interest in getting him as they are aching to regain their lost glory following a disappointing finish in the last conference.

Norwood suited up for the all-pro Philippine team that participated in the FIBA-Asia Championship last April in Japan. It was also in that tournament where the wiry but athletic Norwood expressed interest in playing in the PBL.

The 6-foot-4 Cruz is the top gun of University of Santo Tomas in the UAAP and also the leading candidate for the MVP plum.

Hapee also has the No. 5 pick following a trade with Harbour Centre last year. Lina Group of Companies, which bought the franchise of Welcoat Paints, owns the No. 2 and 4 picks.

Bachhus is eyeing some players of University of the East who have no teams yet in the league.

The order in the second draft will be Hapee, San Miguel-Magnolia, Toyota Balintawak, LGC, Harbour Centre, Pharex and Bacchus.

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1st round

Hapee - Norwood
Lina Group - Cruz
Toyota Balintawak - Sena
Lina Group - Baracael
Hapee - Hermida
Pharex - Gerilla
Bacchus - James Martinez
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FIL-AM Gabe Norwood has expressed interest in playing for the Philippine Basketball League, according to his agent, and was promptly made the No. 1 pick by Hapee Toothpaste yesterday during the PBL Rookie Draft at the Penthouse of the Philippine Stock Exchange Centre in Pasig City.

Hapee team manager Bernard Yang said he was assured by Norwood’s agent, Jim Naughton, that the 6-foot-5 former George Mason University star would be available for the team.

Yang added he and Naughton agreed to discuss the team’s offer to Norwood next week.

"I had already talked to his manager and he (Naughton) promised to settle pending commitments of Gabe in the US before coming back to the country," said Yang. "Then we’ll talk about the offer."

Hapee also picked San Beda’s John Carlos Hermida to beef up its backcourt.

University of Santo Tomas center Jervy Cruz was taken by the Lina Group of Companies as the No. 2 pick and also drafted Far Eastern University’s Marvel Baracael as its No. 4 pick.

Toyota Balintawak coach Ariel Vanguardia took James Ryan Sena of Jose Rizal University as the team’s No. 3 pick.

Pharex team manager Jean Alabanza, picking No. 6, drafted another FEU star in Alfredo Gerilla, while Bacchus Energy Drink coach Lawrence Chongson selected University of the East star James Martinez at No. 7.

Harbour Centre, bidding for a record fourth straight championship, didn’t have a pick in the first round but was given a supplemental pick because most of its players are on loan to the national training team.

Team manager Erick Arejola and coach George Gallent picked Solomon Mercado and FEU’s Benedict Fernandez while San Miguel-Magnolia, also given a supplemental pick, drafted Jefemil Khalili.

Toyota Balintawak tabbed Fil-Am Richard Cole and Pharex got Pepito Daryl.

Drafted in the second round were UST’s Melchor Gile (Hapee), Fil-Am Kevin Dalafu (San Mig-Magnolia), JRU’s Marvin Hayes (Toyota Balintawak), UP’s Woody Co (LGC), Leo Canuday (Harbour Centre), Ateneo’s Jeff de Guzman (Pharex and UP’s Migs De Asis (Bacchus).

Taken in the third round were Michael Johnson Kong of University of Perpetual Help (Hapee), UP’s Magi King Sison (San Mig-Magnolia), JRU’s John Wilson (Toyota Balintawak) Adrian Sosa (LGC), Julius Cumlat (Harbour), Kevyn White (Pharex).

The drafting went as far as the seventh round with a total of 36 players drafted. The last to be picked was Fil-Iranian Amir Mazarei, who was taken by Bacchus.
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Guys, was Gabe Norwood really able to reach the US NCAA Finals against LSU in 2004? If it was true, then who won in the finals? Why does it say in the Internet that North Carolina ended up being the 2004 NCAA champions? I am confused, please enlighten me. Tnx!

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PBL season glimmers with college stars

By Jasmine W. Payo
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Last updated 05:35am (Mla time) 10/12/2007

MANILA, Philippines -- A league rookie takes on a veteran crew when the Philippine Basketball League (PBL) First Conference kicks off on Oct. 20 at The Arena in San Juan City.

Newcomer Pharex and San Mig Coffee (formerly San Miguel-Magnolia) will clash at 2 p.m., followed by the 4 p.m. dispute between Toyota Balintawak and Bacchus Energy Drink on the first day of the season opener.

PBL commissioner Chino Trinidad expects “a wide open race for the championship” since the league loaned several of its stars -- including back-to-back Most Valuable Player Jason Castro -- to the Harbour-RP team set to see action in the Southeast Asian Games.
But more standouts are expected to emerge from the new batch of rookies led by 6-foot-5 Fil-Am guard Gabe Norwood and San Beda College’s John Hermida of Hapee, Ateneo de Manila University center Ford Arao of San Mig Coffee, University of the East’s James Martinez of Bacchus and Jose Rizal University’s James Sena of Toyota Balintawak.

“The endearing exploits of some of the finest collegiate players are expected to spill over in the PBL considering that most of them will see action,” said Trinidad.

According to executive director Butch Maniego, the league will also hold a one-week tournament which will pit the Harbour-RP team against a foreign team and other invited squads.

Aside from missing Castro, three-time champion Harbour Centre will have to do without Beau Belga, Jonathan Fernandez and Chad Alonzo, while newcomer Lina Group of Companies also loaned a prized recruit -- UAAP MVP Jervy Cruz of the University of Santo Tomas -- to the national five.
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This is the new and improve PBL Website and this site is much better compare to the current PBA site, which is probably one of the worst Basketball site in the internet. The PBL website is interactive and easier to browse their are also plenty of information in this site about the recent things that are happening in the league.


http://www.mypbl.com/

Opening Day Results

San Mig Coffee 68
Pharex 65

Toyota 81
Bacchus 78
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First Game

SAN MIG COFFEE 68 - Custodio 22, Dela Peña 11, Bolocon 10, Pascual 6, Magpayo 6, Dalafu 4, Arao 3, Rañeses 2, Saldua 2, Del Rosario 2, Sorongon 0, Angeles 0.

PHAREX 65 - Matias 27, Co 12, Espiritu 6, Allera 5, De Guzman 4, Alfad 4, Oreta 3, Burtscher 2, Yambao 2, Gerilla 0, Soriano 0.

Quarters: 19-11, 37-24, 52-42, 68-65

Second Game

TOYOTA BALINTAWAK 81 -Jazul 11, Guerrero 11, Casio 11, Aldave 8, Jaime 8, Dedicatoria 7, Rodriguez 7, Villanueva 6, Sena 4, Faundo 4, Alcaraz 3, Cole 1, Balgos 0, Hayes 0, Sta. Maria 0.

BACCHUS 78 - Llagas 15, Cagoco 10, Thiele 9, Dizon 8, Fampulme 8, Martinez 7, Raymundo 5, Mondragon 4, Labagala 4, Viardo 4, Guevarra 2, Dela Cruz 2, Williams 0, Mendoza 0.

Quarters: 15-14, 24-40, 54-65, 81-78
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Norwood brings act to PBL

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Games Today

(EAC gym, Manila)

2 p.m. -- Harbour Centre vs RP Team
4 p.m. -- Hapee Toothpaste vs Mail & More



TODAY IS going to be a double delight for PBL fans.

That’s because Hapee Toothpaste’s Fil-Am Gabe Norwood will be bringing his act to the league, while the Philippine team shows how far it has improved since its formation last month when it battles a team raring to gain a piece of history.

First, the SEA Games-bound RP team tests the mettle of four-peat seeking Harbour Centre in the kick-off of another explosive double-header in the 2008 PBL V-Go Extreme Energy Drink Cup at the Emilio Aguinaldo College gym in Manila.

The RP team, led by the league back-to-back MVP Jason Castro and do-it-all forward Jervy Cruz, battles the Batang Pier at 2 p.m. with both teams going for the early bragging rights.

Though the Philippine team is also funded by Harbour Centre owner Mikee Romero, the battle between the Nationals and Batang Pier is expected to be exciting and bruising.

“Whoever is the fittest shall prevail. Matira ang matibay,” said Erick Arejola, Romero’s special assistant to both teams. “Both teams want to prove something so it’s going to be worth watching.”

With Castro, Beau Belga, Boyet Bautista, Chad Alonzo, Jonathan Fernandez and Erick dela Cuesta on loan to the RP team, Harbour Centre is expected to lean heavily on La Salle’s TY ****, Rico Maierhofer, Jervy ****, National University’s Edwin Asoro and Fil-Am Mercado Solomon.

Capping a hectic Tuesday afternoon trip is the duel between Hapee Toothpaste and comebacking Mail & More at 4 p.m. in the league co-presented by Xtreme Magic Sing and supported by Gerry’s Grill, ACCEL, LED multi-display, Suzuki Motors, Spalding and Gold’s Gym.

For sure, the limelight will be on the wiry but athletic Mason alumnus, who a couple of years back brought so much pride to the Filipino community in the United States when he starred for the George Mason University in the NCAA Final Four.

“I’m quite excited to play in the PBL,” said the 6-foot-5 Norwood, who played for the all-pro Philippine Team in the recent FIBA-Asian Championship in Japan. “I’ll do everything to help Hapee win games.”

Hapee team manager Bernard Yang, however, cautioned Hapee supporters not to expect too much for their ace player at this early, saying: “There’s no doubt about his athleticism and talent but this is a team sport. He needs time to adjust to our system.”

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First Game

SAN MIG COFFEE 68 - Custodio 22, Dela Peña 11, Bolocon 10, Pascual 6, Magpayo 6, Dalafu 4, Arao 3, Rañeses 2, Saldua 2, Del Rosario 2, Sorongon 0, Angeles 0.

PHAREX 65 - Matias 27, Co 12, Espiritu 6, Allera 5, De Guzman 4, Alfad 4, Oreta 3, Burtscher 2, Yambao 2, Gerilla 0, Soriano 0.

Quarters: 19-11, 37-24, 52-42, 68-65

Second Game

TOYOTA BALINTAWAK 81 -Jazul 11, Guerrero 11, Casio 11, Aldave 8, Jaime 8, Dedicatoria 7, Rodriguez 7, Villanueva 6, Sena 4, Faundo 4, Alcaraz 3, Cole 1, Balgos 0, Hayes 0, Sta. Maria 0.

BACCHUS 78 - Llagas 15, Cagoco 10, Thiele 9, Dizon 8, Fampulme 8, Martinez 7, Raymundo 5, Mondragon 4, Labagala 4, Viardo 4, Guevarra 2, Dela Cruz 2, Williams 0, Mendoza 0.

Quarters: 15-14, 24-40, 54-65, 81-78

bat walang score si Mazarei??? Db sa Bacchus siya napunta??? Kala ko ba magaling xa...
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