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Post by icemint on Wed Oct 17, 2012 1:24 am

Sana matranslate lang ng lahat ng hype sa championship!

Tulad nga ng sabi ko bago magstart ang season na ito, walang masyadong iiexpect sa team, I am looking forward to next year's season.

At eto na nga,naguumpisa na ang hupe at excitement!
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Post by icemint on Wed Oct 17, 2012 1:46 am

stump_ wrote:
icemint wrote:Dummy lang naman talaga yan si MVP, ang pera nya ay galing sa Salem Family ng Indonesia. Sila talaga ang boss ni MVP.

Simulang pumasok si MVP sa UAAP hindi na balanse ang liga, at ang officiating to say the least.

With this statement, napa-basa tuloy ako ng history ni MVP at naparesearch. haha.

Anyway, Bai Cristobal's on our boat now. Im getting excited for next year...

Regarding kay MVP, pansin mo ang dami nyang companies na hinahawakan sa Pinas pero wala pa rin sya sa Top 5 na pinakamayayamang Filipino. Think tank lang kasi sya.

Eto link ng history nila:

First Pacific began as a small Hong Kong-based financial services company established to allow four of Indonesia's leading families--the Salim, Sutanto, Sudwikatmono, and Risjad families--to funnel some of their wealth overseas. The Salim family, headed by Soedono Salim (aka Liem Sioe Liong), controlled the largest portion of the new company. Soedono Salim, whose personal worth made him one of the world's wealthiest men, was born in China's Fujian province in 1916. In the 1930s, Liem/Salim moved to Java, in Indonesia, to work for the peanut oil company run by his uncle and brother. In his 20s, Liem struck out on his own, entering the coffee and cloves trade, supplying cloves to the kretek (clove-flavored cigarettes) industry, and soon expanded into other goods. But the key to Liem's fortune lay in the Indonesian war for independence of 1947-49. Liem backed the Indonesian rebels over the Dutch colonial forces, supplying the rebels with food and clothing, and possibly arms as well. During that war, Liem also became acquainted with a young lieutenant colonel by the name of Suharto. With independence, Liem--who adopted the Indonesian-styled name Soedono Salim--branched out into other areas, founding companies selling goods ranging from bicycle parts to noodles to nails. Salim's entry into banking came in 1957, when he acquired Bank Central Asia, which would grow to become Indonesia's largest private bank.

Salim's fortunes rose still higher when Suharto came to power in 1965. Soon after, Salim gained monopolies on the country's clove, cement, and flour markets. Despite his close ties with the Suharto family, however, Salim remained vulnerable in a country that was overwhelmingly Islamic. Only 3 percent of Indonesians were of Chinese origin, yet the Indonesian Chinese controlled some 70 percent of the country's economy. Salim began looking for a way to move some of his profits out of Indonesia. In 1972, Salim and partners (which included Suharto's half-brother Sudwikatmono) set up a small Hong Kong company, First Pacific Finance. In the late 1970s the group stepped up its overseas expansion. The group, popularly known as the Liem Investors, bought a stake in Overseas Union Finance in 1979. Two years later, the group increased its Hong Kong presence. In a move seen as unusual among closely controlled Asian family businesses, Salim directed son Anthony to bring in outside talent to help the group expand.

Anthony Salim approached Manuel Pangilinan, a Filipino with an M.B.A. from the Wharton School working as an investment banker for American Express's Hong Kong office, to set up a deposit-taking company in Hong Kong that would enable the Salims to expand into consumer products and finance. With $1.5 million in startup capital, Pangilinan purchased a dormant property company, renamed as First Pacific Holdings, and then a shell company formerly managed by the merchant banking arm of the Jardine hong; that company was renamed First Pacific International.

Pangilinan was given complete autonomy to run the three publicly traded First Pacific companies, in part to make the companies more attractive to international investment. The First Pacific group began building a portfolio of acquisitions, beginning with the ailing Hibernia Bank in California. Hibernia, that state's 12th largest bank, had lost $6.7 million in the year before its acquisition. After losing another $13 million in 1982, the bank turned profitable in 1983. Another key acquisition made by First Pacific was a stake in the Dutch trading giant Hagemeyer; First Pacific quickly built up a 67 percent share in that company. Meanwhile, First Pacific began issuing shares in the companies, touting First Pacific as an investment channel into the massive Salim family holdings--principally through the promise of possible ventures between the Liem family and First Pacific's Hagemeyer and Hibernia. Investors became skeptical when this promise failed to come true, in the face of the Liems' reluctance to participate with First Pacific. As Pangilinan himself told Institutional Investor, "The Liem pipeline was a pipe dream." In 1984, the company reorganized as First Pacific Group, and began emphasizing itself as a financial services company.


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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by reejeen on Thu Oct 18, 2012 7:57 am

Sino yung Renz Palma? mukhang magaling din mag laro.

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Post by syadaker on Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:04 am

UE, TIP mix it up in Martin Cup QF

MANILA, Philippines - University of the East topped Group B to arrange a quarterfinal duel with Technological Institute of the Phils. in the 10th Fr. Martin Cup Division 2 Cup men’s basketball tournament tomorrow at the Trinity University of Asia gym on E. Rodriguez Ave., Quezon City.

The Red Warriors advanced to the quarters by topping Group B with a 6-1 (win-loss) slate for a Last 8 duel with Group A No. 4 TIP.

The match is set at 12:30 p.m.

UE dropped its first match to Arellano University but the Warriors swept the next six, including a 75-60 victory over the TUA Stallions. They also beat the San Sebastian College Stags, 75-49, the Ateneo Eagles, 72-66, the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers, the University of Perpetual Help System Dalta Altas, 70-61, and the Informatics Icons, 82-75.

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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by syadaker on Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:04 am

di ba sa team b ng ateneo andun yung pinagmamalaki nila na si newsome?

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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by syadaker on Sat Oct 20, 2012 8:10 am

Top seedings, target ng UE

Sa pangunguna nina Mustapha Arafat at Renz Palma, target makamit ng University of the East ang top seeding tungo sa quarterfinal round sa Group B ng ginaganap na 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup.
Nagsalansan si Arafat ng 23 puntos habang nagambag naman si Palma ng 17 puntos para pamunuan ang Red Warriors tungo sa 70-65 na paggapi sa Trinity University of Asia Stallions para sa kanilang ikaanim na panalo sa loob ng pitong laro.

Naitakda rin ang cross-over match nila ng Technological Institute of the Philippines Engineers na gaganapin sa TUA gymnasium sa Quezon City.
Sumunod naman sa UE ang Informatics Icons na nagtapos din na may kaparehas na baraha.
Makakatapat naman nito sa susunod na round ang San Sebastian College-A Stags na siyang pumangatlo sa grupo. Tumapos naman na pang-apat ang Arellano University Chiefs (5-2) na makakatunggali ng San Beda College Red Lions na pumangalawa naman sa Group A makaraang magtapos sa barahang 6-2.
Samantala, sa juniors division, nauna nang umusad sa semifinal round ang Xavier School matapos na magtala ng default win sa pagtatapos ng eliminations kontra Far Eastern University-FERN.
Tinalo naman ng Letran Squires, sa pangunguna nina Jerby Alacre, Sean Nicolas at Joshua Gonzales, ang University of Santo Tomas Tiger Cubs, 60-45, para umangat sa barahang 4-2 at manatiling buhay ang pag-asa na makatuntong ng semis. – Marivic Awitan

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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by icemint on Sat Oct 20, 2012 4:00 pm

syadaker wrote:di ba sa team b ng ateneo andun yung pinagmamalaki nila na si newsome?
yup halimaw maglaro yun.

nagbeg off pala FEU sa PCCL nakapasok tuloy tayo. Makikiya na natin paano maglaro mga bago at yung team.
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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by ue_25 on Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:40 pm

@ all : yesssssssssssssssssssssssss...... U.E RED WARRIORS na po pala si mario bonleon e.... hehehehehehehehehe.... nabasa ko po sa site ng pinoy exchange.... pagkatapos niyo po masearch ung pinoy exchange click nyo po ung basketball sa site ung kulay yellow.... tapos hanapin nyo po ung :

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Post by ue_25 on Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:43 pm

sana pati si REY NAMBATAC mag U.E RED WARRIORS din.... mababangko siya sa ateneo pati sa la salle..... hehehehehehehehehehe.....

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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by Anonymous_Red on Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:12 pm

Is Charles Mammie still with UE? He's not included in the FMC Division 2 and even the roster for UniGames? And, I saw him watching the Ginebra vs Petron game at MOA..
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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by japzKeeTotz on Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:21 pm

makkapag laro na ba next year si jumao as?

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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by stump_ on Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:50 am

UE has got to be KIDDING ME if they lose their grip on Jumao-As. Tig-i-tig-isang condo na yan para wag ng lumipat.. waahahahahaha

Looks like Bonleon is headed here, but Nambatac is still testing the waters... I hope Nambatac could play for UE... he can be a swingman with Bonleon if ever..

Btw, is Caduyac a 4th HS already?

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Post by syadaker on Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:53 am

UE trips TIP in 2 OT in Martin Cup

MANILA, Philippines -- The University of the East Warriors needed two overtimes to repulse the Technological Institute of the Philippines Engineers, 83-73, Saturday in the quarterfinals of the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup basketball tournament.

They banked on the imposing presence of Cameroonian Mustapha Arafat in the final extra period to finally put away the Engineers at the Trinity University of Asia gymnasium in Quezon City.

The six-foot-eight Arafat’s driving layup in the last three minutes gave the Warriors a four-point cushion, 75-71 , in the last three minutes, and a chance to join the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers in the semifinals.

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Post by icemint on Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:40 am

Unigames results via UE Red Warriors FB
113-38 UE def. UNP
101-79 UE def USC
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Post by icemint on Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:47 am

Yung mga nasa Bacolod pwede kayo manood, eto po yung skeds:

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Post by icemint on Thu Oct 25, 2012 11:39 pm

Goodluck sa UE Team B vs Arellano Team B sa Fr. Martin's Semis sa TUA Gym.

Di ko alam kung manonood ako ng game ng UE or yung game ng Letran-Beda Game 3 hehe magkasabay kasi hehe
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Re: 2012-2013 Off-Season Updates

Post by icemint on Fri Oct 26, 2012 3:22 pm

The UE Red Warriors Team B defeated the Arellano Chiefs Team B, 78-70 in the Fr. Martin's Division II Semis to advance to the finals against the winner of the Baste-JRU game.

Ang pisikal ng laro daming technical fouls at ang kulit ni Casajeros! Sumilip pa sa huddle ng Arellano Haha!

Notable players:

1. Charles Mammie(#41) - May highlight sya na pagkuha nya ng defensive rebound sya na rin nagbaba ng bola tapos diretso dunk! Ok ang dribbling skills medyo reklamador lang at mainitin ang ulo. Pag may kakampi sya na tinira ng player ng Arellano lalapitan nya nangigniealam haha.

2. Renz Palma(#42) - Sumang version 2.0, mas matangkad nga lang at mas graceful gumalaw. UAAP Ready na itong batang ito kaya lang mukang may tama na din ang tuhod high-flyer kasi eh.

3. Ralf Olivares(#26)- Shooter sa tres at magaling din, may composure. Pagalingin mo si Sumido at bawasan mo ang turnovers hehe.

4. Desmond Beristain (#12)- Pure pg, may pagka-streetball maglaro kaya lang turnover prone pa sa ngayon mababago din siguro yun pag nagmature na. Mainitin din ang ulo nitong isang ito.

5. Gino Jumao-as (#36)- ok din maglaro pero mas nagalingan ako dun sa Renz Palma.

The future is bright para sa team!

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Post by japzKeeTotz on Fri Oct 26, 2012 6:41 pm

wow. sna yang 5 yan eh maipasok na next year Smile

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Post by paulodagul on Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:36 pm

Kaya pla wala si Mammie sa Bacolod nasa team B pla siya. Akala ko san na siya nagpunta, haha. Mukhang nadodominate ng Red Warriors (team A at team B) ang Father Martin at Sandugo Unigames. Good signs ito Smile

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Post by icemint on Fri Oct 26, 2012 9:17 pm

Panalo nga daw ang UE vs SWU sa Sandugo Unigames pero parang hirap sila. Nagfastbreak dunk daw si Arafat pero palpak haha.

Ang tagal nung video maupload sa youtube. Inupload ko kaninang mga 5.30, umalis na ako at pumuntang bulacan nakabalik na ako 58% pa lang! Putek!
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Post by Anonymous_Red on Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:13 pm

SWU has two foreign players.
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Post by icemint on Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:20 pm

Ah kaya pala dikit yung laban..
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Post by Anonymous_Red on Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:25 pm

Mbala and Aroube, I guess?
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Post by icemint on Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:26 pm

Sinu-sino pala nagbabasketball dito?laro laro tayo minsan
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Post by stump_ on Sat Oct 27, 2012 9:35 am

Ateneo, UE, NU, Adamson complete Unigames men’s hoops semis cast


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MANILA, Philippines — Ateneo de Manila University and University of the East disposed of tough foes Friday to complete an all-UAAP semifinals cast in the 2012 Sandugo Unigames men’s basketball comeptition.

In the rematch of the UAAP finals, Ateneo escaped University of Santo Tomas, 58-56, in overtime to book a seat in the final four and keep a clean slate.

Kiefer Ravena nailed a huge triple, before the Blue Eagles scored on freethrows to hold of the Growling Tigers anew in a packed WNU gym in Bacolod.

UE, meanwhile, slipped past CESAFI champions Southwestern University, 79-72, earlier in the same venue to also move to the next round.

National University clobbered University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, 96-48, while Adamson University hammered Hercor College, 95-51 at USLS Coliseum.

NU and Adamson both advance to the semifinals while also keeping a clean slate in the tournament.

No teams from the Visayas and Mindanao region barged into the top four as the knockout semifinals start Saturday.

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