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Asi Taulava played the Center position for the RP5 Powerade Team-Pilipinas. I believe it is his 3rd time to join the Team Philippines. He's the tallest among cagers. He's the biggest too. At 6'9 he can not match the opponent's center standing 7 foot and above. But he's the veteran in the lineup.
He will not put the 20-10 on the scorer's table, not because he's not getting any younger at 36 yrs old but because he played team basketball. He will not shoot the classic fade away jump shot that will send the crowd and his teammates into frenzy. He's not versatile big man that has a touch on the three point lane. Or make riduculous summersault layup and breath taking dunk - in his size that's unimaginable.
What does he bring in the International competition? He's leadership. At his bulky size he can put the team on his shoulder. How Ironic? He's been there twice. He see's all the mistakes that have happened on his own and he learned it - but not the hard way. He knows the International rules. The in-and-out of the defense and offense playing under International rule. They can banged bodies. Hand-checking foul was not a foul. He also knows most of his rivals, China, Iran, Jordan, Korea. He knows who's the gunner and maybe who's not.
He see what kind of play that will make a team win in FIBA.
He's showing how hard he played against taller opponent to the younger generation who might played for the same competition. Showing the Straight-up defense. He's showing the importance of defense and not relying too much on offense, makes you frustrated, to beat a team. One-on-one in offense can't make a team succesful. He sacrificed a lot to play for the country for the third time, but I can't tell how much.
Coach Yeng, albeit it always the coach who gets the blamed when the team lost, let Asi took the floor while he is inside the game. It might work.
Again Asi you are 36 yrs old and it might your last FIBA appearance, so why not go FTW.
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Kids don't try this with No Helmet. Please wear a helmet when riding Motorcycle.
Pics from MCP Forums posted by Astek.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Translated via Online Translator:
Batangas, Philippines - Early over the career of a 23-years as player of the Philippine Basketball League (PBL) makaraang perish in motorcycle crash that also ikinasugat colleagues yesterday it an easy day in Lipa City, Batangas. Identified by P / Supt. Francisco Rodriguez, Lipa City police chief, the casualty that Jason Nocom of Nueve de Pebrero, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila former player of the JRU, NCAA and currently playing in Oracel basketball team.
In the initial investigation by police, nakaangkas sinasabing si Nocom in Honda Wave motorcycle (Wo-3318) that minamaneho a friend Jeffrey Engelbert Suguitan, 23 and hope to the Lipa City from Barangay High Wood of the accidents occur bandang alas-12: 15 easy-to-day. With deposition of witnesses , binabagtas victims of the national highway that covered the region 4, Brgy. Reed lose control of the steering wheel si Suguitan to hit the tree head.
Dead-on-the-spot si Nocom win after injury to his head and body while wounded naman si Suguitan and naisugod in Mediatriz Mary Hospital. According to authorities, without wearing a helmet that victims of the tragedy occur. Arnell Ozaeta
Friday, July 24, 2009
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Monday, July 20, 2009
Excerpt from Sports Radio Interview
On other athletes training n MMA:
“Shaq texts and twitters me all the time saying he wants to fight Brock Lesnar. He’s been training for ten years; Shaq’s probably the only dude in the NBA that can actually fight… I told Shaq, I said listen, ‘Win another NBA championship this year and then we’ll talk next year.’ I love Shaq, let me tell ya, when things were rough on us and we were getting this company started, I couldn’t tell ya who was a better friend than Shaquille O’Neal. I couldn’t say enough good things about him.”
Shaq can dunk. Shaq can block. Shaq can pass. Shaq can dribble. Shaq is Shaqoutation. and Shaq can fight.
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Since I'm rooting for Boston Celtics in the Nba. I applied it here in my blog what they did, only the obvious part, but not literally. It's year of 1998 when the celtics drafted Paul Pierce out of Kansas. It was a signed to revive the lost dynasty in NBA. Since the departure of the Original Trio Parish-Bird-McHale Boston never been into the Finals and never won a Championship. So when Paul Pierce came, everybody says he will bring the glory days of the Celtics. But it was on his sophomore year when he earned his starting position(please correct me on this,if wrong). The following and the succeeding years, Boston became a NBA contender. Making it to the playoffs, past the first round, past second round, and one stunning performance a classic 4th quarter came from behind win against New Jersey. After that Boston showed a lackluster team. It seems Pierce was not good to be a franchise player or the players that Boston built around him do not fit with him. Rumored was circulated that Pierce wanted to be traded or Boston wanted to trade him. Either way it was only rumored. Why? In 2008, Boston became serious to regain the throne as the NBA champ. They acquired Kevin Garnett from Minnesota Timberwolves and Ray Allen from Seattle where they became 2008 NBA Champion.
This is where my blog goes in. I drafted a blog then select a site monetization type. Build around google adsense on the site. Then read thru forums how to monetize your site picked those you can really do. Installed sitemeter to monitor the track, if the number is going up the method is working. Basically, I chosen two techniques. One for site promotion, then one for gaining links and visitors from other site. Both risky, because I wasn't sure of the links coming from. Anyway this monitizing effort method from me is a trial and error, just like building around Pierce where you put pieces into a championship material then remove if it does not fit and replace a new one, and base on the articles I've read it can last up to 1 month in my NBA Example it took them years-but its sweeter.
If something good pop up in my adsense account, I'll tell what method did I use.
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
From GMA News TV
Saw this video while viewing thread in mcp forums. Riders should stop, look and learn to slow down. This video shows one reason why riders coined for as the bad boys of the road.