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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #61 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 10:56 AM »
di ata sanay sa pisikal na laro or yung larong pang liga ng barangay(not saying na pang barangay lang level ng MPBL) hahahahhahaha. medyo maangas nga ang dating ni Parks.yung tipong kala niya siya na pinakamagaling.pero bat siya nagtitiyagang maglaro sa MPBL? hehe bat di siya maghanap ng ibang liga na kasing taas ng playing standard niya hehehehehehe.

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #62 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 11:07 AM »
di ata sanay sa pisikal na laro or yung larong pang liga ng barangay(not saying na pang barangay lang level ng MPBL) hahahahhahaha. medyo maangas nga ang dating ni Parks.yung tipong kala niya siya na pinakamagaling.pero bat siya nagtitiyagang maglaro sa MPBL? hehe bat di siya maghanap ng ibang liga na kasing taas ng playing standard niya hehehehehehe.

either may hinihintay na team yan sa pba.. or baka ayaw kunin ng pba?

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #63 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 11:19 AM »
someone please remind me the name of the player who was always whining about the physical contact during his time in the uaap.
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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #64 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 11:21 AM »
either may hinihintay na team yan sa pba.. or baka ayaw kunin ng pba?

most probably inaantay na may top pick yung team na nag-aalaga diyan para sure na makuha siya,baka nga naman masulot kagaya nung nangyari dati,na inalagaan nung isang team yung papasok na rookie tapos pagdating ng draft pick ibang team ang kumuha hahahahaha

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #65 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 11:26 AM »
Puro offensive foul naman talaga yung ginawa nya eh.sa sobrang arte nya sa laro at feeling superstar akala nya papaboran sya. Di nga sya umubra kay Mangahas at Jaime
http://www.foxsports.ph/basketball/mpbl/872730/ray-parks-says-mpbl-just-stepping-stone-for-him-they-dont-want-me-this-league/

wow.. kahiya naman sa kanya

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #66 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 11:28 AM »
di ata sanay sa pisikal na laro or yung larong pang liga ng barangay(not saying na pang barangay lang level ng MPBL) hahahahhahaha. medyo maangas nga ang dating ni Parks.yung tipong kala niya siya na pinakamagaling.pero bat siya nagtitiyagang maglaro sa MPBL? hehe bat di siya maghanap ng ibang liga na kasing taas ng playing standard niya hehehehehehe.
Di pa ito sumisikat mukhang palubog na.Parang ito ang maging most hated player sa MPBL

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #67 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 11:38 AM »
kagabi nanood ako openning. kulit ng gensan na team. talagang gensan GSW. hahaha.

si gerald anderson dba marikina?? bakit naka pang casual lang sya kagabi? di sya naglalaro?

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« Reply #68 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 11:48 AM »
kagabi nanood ako openning. kulit ng gensan na team. talagang gensan GSW. hahaha.

si gerald anderson dba marikina?? bakit naka pang casual lang sya kagabi? di sya naglalaro?

hamstring injury daw hehehee,duda ko pang hatak lang ng spectator yan pag may laro hehehehehe.para pati yung mga fans manood din kahit hindi naman talaga basketball fan :D :D :D

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #69 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 12:08 PM »
hamstring injury daw hehehee,duda ko pang hatak lang ng spectator yan pag may laro hehehehehe.para pati yung mga fans manood din kahit hindi naman talaga basketball fan :D :D :D

true, pero mahusay ata talaga yan si GA..  but i dont think professional level.. baka semi pro.. like this.. o baka naman kasi di sya binabantayan sa mga nilalaruan nya... pero search mo sa youtube.. may kamay e.

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #70 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 01:03 PM »
mahal siguro bayad sa kanya para lang makahatak ng manonood. siya pa team captain.

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« Reply #71 on: Jun 13, 2018 at 01:07 PM »
true, pero mahusay ata talaga yan si GA..  but i dont think professional level.. baka semi pro.. like this.. o baka naman kasi di sya binabantayan sa mga nilalaruan nya... pero search mo sa youtube.. may kamay e.

yeah may nakita din akong video niya na naglalaro,marunong din naman, kumbaga papasa na varsity  team A/B

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #72 on: Jun 14, 2018 at 10:35 PM »
May kayabangan din kase

https://www.facebook.com/officialmpbl/

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #73 on: Jun 18, 2018 at 09:59 PM »
galing pala ni Gerald. 0 points laban sa san juan. di pinag usapan ng mga fans nya. haha

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #74 on: Jun 20, 2018 at 11:56 AM »
https://www.spin.ph/basketball/column_one/pacquiao-simply-doesnt-get-it-mpbl-rule-on-fil-foreigners-limit-discriminatory

It's hard not to agree with the article.


Pacquiao simply doesn't get it
From: Dodo Catacutan

AS a boxer who was without equal, Manny Pacquiao united Filipinos from all over the world with the power of his punches and the overflowing national pride stirred by his victories.

As a politician, he tears us apart by the carelessness of his words and the recklessness of his actions.

Pacquiao has largely been forgiven, even tolerated, for his cringe-worthy comments on a number of national issues. But the champion boxer just keeps stepping in and taking a stand that inevitably divides us.

Days ago, officials in a basketball league Pacquiao owns (eponymously named MPBL) enforced a rule limiting teams to only one Fil-foreign player who could be no taller than 6-foot-4. Meaning, any passport-bearing Filipino player with foreign blood, whether born here or overseas, has to fight for that one spot open in each of the MPBL's 26 teams.

And, should this Fil-foreigner happen to have been sired by a tall dad and had grown a shade over 6-feet-4, sorry na lang siya. That's it for him!

You'd think a two-term lawmaker and now senator of the Republic would be first to recognize that such a rule is plainly and simply discriminatory and would knock some sense into his minions' heads. Unfortunately, not.

Pacquiao not only stood by the rule but also justified it in the most insensitive manner, saying it's only right to keep out these players because "nasasapawan ang mga Pilipino," as though these Fil-foreigners weren't Filipinos.

Fans of both Pacquiao and the MPBL were quick to leap to his defense, saying the senator was only looking after the welfare of homegrown players with little chance to shine in a PBA teeming with Fil-foreign players. Besides, they crow, he owns the league and has all the right to enforce whatever rule he fancies.

His league, his rules, right?

Wrong.

No league, amateur or professional, big or small, can impose rules that trample on people's rights. Fil-foreigners, if Pacquiao bothers to read the constitution that he as senator has sworn to uphold, are guaranteed the same rights as every citizen of this country.

As for his belief that keeping Fil-foreigners out of his league can spur the development of homegrown players, Pacquiao needs only to be reminded that he couldn't have become tough enough to beat Dela Hoya and Cotto and Hatton had his handlers taken the same myopic attitude and cherry-picked his opponents early in his career.

It's time we stop the double standard when it comes to Fil-foreigners. We can't keep rooting for the Jasmine Triases then disown Fil-Ams in the next breath; we can't keep hoping to see Jordan Clarkson play for our national team yet bar Fil-foreigners from our own leagues.

I've been a sportswriter for three decades, and wherever this job has taken me, there have always been Filipinos happy to see a fellow Filipino. Yet I know that these countrymen, wherever they are, inevitably deal with discrimination, in some form or degree, and bear these silently.

That explains why the most ardent Pacquiao fans are likely based overseas. Because, by cheering for the legendary Pacman as he beats the crap out of every foreign opponent, our foreign-based kababayans are, in fact, rooting for Pacquiao to win their battles for them.

I myself lived and worked in Hong Kong for seven years, and one of my proudest moments there came in 2009 when I giddily walked inside a newsroom filled with British workmates, the afternoon after Pacquiao knocked cold a feared brawler from Manchester named Ricky Hatton.

But I, too, have seen discrimination against our kababayans in a foreign land. I know how it feels. It makes you angry. It diminishes your faith in people. It tears at your soul.

I can only imagine the hurt that a Fil-foreigner feels when he is discriminated against in his own land.


Read more at https://www.spin.ph/basketball/column_one/pacquiao-simply-doesnt-get-it-mpbl-rule-on-fil-foreigners-limit-discriminatory

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #75 on: Nov 06, 2019 at 02:11 PM »
Game-fixing. And it's MP's home province, too.

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Re: Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League
« Reply #76 on: Nov 06, 2019 at 10:42 PM »
May strict rules ang mpbl re fil foreign players.  only 1 fil foreign players per team. And the rules on describing fil foreign itself is strict.  Ex bobby ray parks jr is considered fil foreign.  Basta if 1 of your parents are not filipino citizen when you were born, youre considered fil-foreign... dapat talaga both parents are filipino when you are born.  Actually inaappeal to ni parks, but i dont think uubra appeal nya. Rules are rules.  Bawal rin dito naturalized foreinger.

Yes mpbl is interesting league and para syang mba v2.. i believe the founders of this league has learned from the mistakes of mba. They will probably monitor the salary cap strictly.  And maganda dito, its a semi commercial league (team co ownership) with location/regional ties, so andun parin ang pride of each team when they play home court.  Win win kumbaga.


Salary base is really controlled... ( think of this as a better d league) ..i think malabo lumipat dito mga major players mg pba.. which was the mistake of mba when they first launched..( they wanted to compete with pba head to head, so they offered big salaries directly to the players just to play in this league)... now i see the league actually not afraid to have its own identity and market.. which is good.

Mas masarap intensity ng mga laro dito..

malabong lumipat mga PBA players na sikat pa sa league na to. MPBL is still considered as amateur league with a maximum of 40,000php a month. unlike sa PBA 40,000 minimum. star player ng MPBL katumbas lang ng sahod sa bangko ng PBA.