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Post by syadaker on Sat May 24, 2014 2:45 pm

Gusto ko makita yung dunk ni Mammie and Olayon!!! Go UE!!!

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Post by syadaker on Mon May 26, 2014 9:00 am

Filoil hoops: SWU Cobras oust UE Warriors; Archers hang on
By Jasmine W. Payo
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Landry Sanjo exploded for 34 points as Southwestern University pulled off a surprise rout of University of the East, 80-63, to clinch a quarterfinal berth in the
Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup yesterday at Hoops Dome in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu.
The Cebu-based Cobras, who will return to Manila for the next round, wrapped up their elimination run with a 5-1 record while eliminating the Red Warriors (3-3)
in Group A.
La Salle kept its quarterfinal hopes alive with an 82-68 drubbing of University of San Carlos behind Almond Vosotros and Jeron Teng. Vosotros, who finished with
16 points, knocked in back-to-back triples to spark the Archers’ dominant start on the way to their fourth Group A win in five games.
Teng topscored with 18 and rookie Julian Sargent added 13 for the Archers, who led by as many as 19 points, 70-51.
Teng and Vosotros also sizzled on Saturday night as the Archers dealt the SWU Cobras their first loss, 64-59.
Vosotros drilled in 16 points while Teng had 12 points, 11 rebounds and five assists against SWU.
Aside from staging the games, the league had several activities in its first out-of-town trip, including a fellowship dinner hosted by Gerry’s Grill.
Meanwhile, Centro Escolar University shoots for a Group C sweep against San Sebastian at 4 p.m. today at Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.
The streaking Scorpions, assured of a quarterfinal berth, stunned the National University Bulldogs, 61-58, last week.
Mapua and the Philippine Under-18 Team, both winless in four outings, gun for their first win in Group B at 2:15 p.m.


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Post by red_engr on Mon May 26, 2014 3:26 pm

SWU serves UE a lesson in power, relentlessness
By Rick Olivares, Unblogged Sports (philstar.com) | Updated May 26, 2014 - 11:38am

LAPU-LAPU CITY – It was the University of the East’s turn to face all these questions after they were pounded mercilessly all game long by Southwestern University en route to a 80-63 loss that saw them bounced from the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup.

The SWU Cobras answered their own questions about their own resolve after flopping big time in their match against new nemesis La Salle the day before in a 64-59 defeat.

The Cobras won their fifth match in six outings and advanced to the quarterfinals of the premier collegiate summer basketball league because of the following:

Landry Sanjo

The night of SWU’s loss, I had a chat with the Cameroonian. He got so emotionally caught up in the match with La Salle that he forgot to keep his head in the game. His two fouls on Arnold Van Opstal when the Green Archers forged ahead were of the frustration kind. Sanjo said that he’d play his usual smart but power game against UE.

And he set the tone for the game. He relentlessly attacked UE and got Charles Mammie, Chris Javier and Moustapha Arafat in foul trouble.


He was the paragon of power and hustle. Sanjo finished with 34 huge points – best in the tournament so far while grabbing 11 rebounds, dishing off three assists, and chalking up a steal and a block. He had more points that all the UE centers put together.

He was highly active in every quarter, including the fourth when UE chopped the lead down to nine. His three-pointer with 50 seconds left was the coup de grace for SWU.

According to my Cebuano media friends, after SWU lost Ben Mbala to La Salle, everyone has been trying to find their own version of Sanjo, a power player with a incredible work ethic.

Cobras shot the daylights out of the Hoops Dome

Just when UE was trying to figure out a way to stop Sanjo, Jasper Parker kept the defense honest with his outside shooting (6-13). When either Tallo or Parker went to the bench, Anton Pardo came in and blew the Red Warriors away on 7-11 shooting. Daryl Goloran hit his 15-footers.

Collectively, SWU shot 53 percent from the field. A lot of those baskets (even a few from Parker) came from inside the paint. They went back to what got them those first four wins and that was by pounding the rock inside.

The Cobras were able to sustain their level of intensity

SWU took three of the four quarters. And yet there was no drop off in their play even if they gave up the third period that UE took (scoring 20 to the 25 points of the Red Warriors). With the bench of Goloran, Pardo, and Justin Aboude delivering quality minutes, it afforded the starters valuable rest time.

Mac Tallo didn’t shoot too much this time around but he was solid at quarterback as he passed for eight assists (2:1 ration on assists to turnovers) while adding a steal and a block.

What happened to UE?

The saying in the vernacular is, “Naunahan sila ng SWU.” Once SWU got the jump on them for a 12-2 lead in the first period, they never stepped off the gas pedal. UE was unable to impose its style of basketball with their trapping defense.

The trap worked in the third period and a portion of the fourth but the 20-point lead was a little too much to overcome.

The inability of the centers to stop Sanjo was their undoing. The help sagged inside leaving a lot of room for Parker and Pardo to check their gun sights before firing for effect.

When UE tried to get those points back, their own gunners in Bong Galanza and Paul Varilla (both with zero points) fired blanks.

Their only three bright spots were Dan Alberto who scored nine points but was checked in the second half. Chris Javier finally stood up to the taller opposition (it took a near fight with Charles Mammie -- that was eventually resolved -- during the halftime break to set him off). Javier finished with 17 points, eight rebounds, and one assist but gave up a crucial turnover at the height of UE’s rally. Nevertheless, it is hoped that this could be the game where he finally contributes on a regular basis.

The last bright spot for UE was Roi Sumang. What hasn’t been said about this kid who has been playing through injuries (and he had this niggling thigh injury for the past couple of weeks that hurt his explosiveness).

When UE made its comeback, Sumang drove every time and got and-ones on Tallo (twice) as well one each on Goloran and Adam Mohammed.

Losing Gino Jumao-as to two unsportsmanlike fouls hurt UE for there was no other facilitator. Renz Palma tried his best but was whistled for quick fouls rendering him largely ineffective.

When UE chopped the lead down to nine with 2:34 left in the third after Roi scored the second of his and-ones on Tallo, the Red Warriors couldn’t get a break from the referees. Three non-calls for traveling and two over-the-back fouls. While that hurt their momentum, that doesn’t mean they would have won it because for a while, they stopped SWU but were unable to convert because they would turn the ball over or take some bad shot.

It is clearly a painful loss. However, like SWU a day before, this is something they should learn from and serve them in good stead in time for the UAAP.

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Post by syadaker on Mon May 26, 2014 10:27 pm

Charles Mammie, UE teammate fight in game but coach Pumaren quick to play down incident

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UNIVERSITY of the East coach Derrick Pumaren played down an altercation between two of his players during a 63-80 loss to Southwestern University on Sunday in the Cebu leg of the
Filoil preseason tournament.

Pumaren confirmed there was a “misunderstanding” between Charles Mammie and Chris Javier during the Red Warriors’ match at the Hoops Dome in Lapu-Lapu City but he refused to
elaborate, only saying that they were trailing at halftime and the incident was a result of the players "wanting to win the game."

SWU improved its win-loss record to 5-1, but UE failed to advance to the next round with a 3-3 card.

“It was only a heat of the moment (thing),” said Pumaren, when asked about the incident. “It was a misunderstanding. They wanted to win.”

A source who witnessed the incident, however, said Mammie and Javier needed to be separated by their teammates following an exchange of words during halftime.

The source added Pumaren was furious but told his players to settle the incident by themselves. It was then that Mammie and Javier ironed things out.

The loss ended the Red Warriors’ title defense in the preseason tournament, but Pumaren still expressed satisfaction with how the players have responded to his system
in just a short period of time since he took over the reins from Boycie Zamar.

“We will have a lot of tune-up games, scrimmages, and team building in order for us to learn to play as a team. It’s a work in progress. But one good thing about our campaign is that
they are now embracing the system,” said Pumaren.

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Post by Anonymous_Red on Tue May 27, 2014 3:51 am

sana si ace nlang.
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Post by icemint on Fri Jun 20, 2014 12:16 am

Musta peeps?!!

Been busy lately.

Ilang araw na lang!!!!

Sana maglabas na ng final lineup ang UE!!!
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Post by syadaker on Fri Jun 20, 2014 4:58 pm

Gawa na tayo ice ng Season 77 Thread =)

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Post by syadaker on Mon Jun 23, 2014 9:20 pm

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Game na!!!

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Post by ghost09 on Tue Jun 24, 2014 4:34 am

tumaas ba limit ng roster ngayong season sa uaap? I counted 18 players here in the picture

yung sa wiki - 18 din haha. Lumaki tayo all around. this looks good. Any info on Pillas , Cudal and Navarro?

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Post by icemint on Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:20 am

Sige gawa ako syadaker.

Si Pillas kapitbahay to ng rt na dentista.

6'4 na lang si Hernandez? eh dati 6'5 to 6'6 yan ah lol.

Palma will be the next Paul Lee(minus the shooting).

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Post by icemint on Sat Jun 28, 2014 10:47 pm

Talo daw UE against Fatima sa exhibition game nila kanina..  Crying or Very sad 
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Post by Anonymous_Red on Mon Jun 30, 2014 8:33 pm

bakit ang au chiefs nakakarecruit ng mga magagaling na fil foreign players tayo hindi? Hehe
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Post by meteorcatcher on Tue Jul 01, 2014 3:01 pm

Baka nagexhibition talaga ang warriors kaya natalo. hahaha!

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Post by wyatt on Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:50 am

may nagbebenta na kaya ng tickets? kahit sa Araneta? Smile
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