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Old August 7th, 2015, 04:15 PM   #3961
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for me it was really a sure China from the beginning. maganda lang talaga ang presentation ng Pinas. nirebuke nya talaga nya yung mga common indicators to win a bid. but then again hindi sapat ang puso.

in fairness to Philippines. naremedyuhan nya ang lack of infrastructure by having a compact bid. but double edge sword. mas maganda pa rin ang distributed sa ibat ibang parte ng Pinas.

bawi nalang sa 2027. dahil mas malaki ang chance na ibang kontinente na ang hahawak sa 2023. it could have been more beneficial kung nilagay tayo ng FIBA sa 2023 instead of 2019.

wake up call para sa gobyerno. hindi talaga pwedeng magheld ng international events sa Pinas dahil kulang kulang ang infra. ano kaya mangyayari sa APEC meeting? pati ako naghintay ng sagot sa presentation nila kung pano nila reremedyuhan ang lack of transpo sa Phil. Arena kahit sa mismong games lang.

what happened to solaire arena? wil not be finished on time. or junked?

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Old August 7th, 2015, 05:33 PM   #3962
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NO MATTER WHAT... We say THANK YOU MVP for everything, without you and your passion in basketball, Pilipinas basketball won't rise again..

Maybe its about time that Metro Pacific should venture in developing provincial arenas other than those in Metro Manila, a win win investment for the basketball loving nation of ours.

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Anyway, its a little bit disappointing the way FIBA officials think/thought... It's very one dimensional, its all about the facilities after all.. How can they envision "basketball" to become the next world leading team sport if they disregarded voices of people... passion for the sport... love for the sport... How can they bring the influence / passion to Africa, India, South Americas if they just carried away by simple modern venues as China can provide, rather than banking on the peoples' spirit and passion to the game.. Just my two cents by the way.

Let's take a look the way basketball progresses in China, as one of their major coliseums - the Tianjin Arena scene in FIBA Asia before. Are we expecting a lot of empty chairs by World cup 2019? most likely yes again., Even cars and other products displayed inside the Arena just to fill in the empty spaces..


Tianjin Arena during the quarter finals of FIBA Asia.

Thanks mga kapatid, just my sentiments..
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Old August 8th, 2015, 04:57 AM   #3963
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the Philippines lost the bid to China because the former is not yet capable and credible enough to host a large global sports event like the FIBA World Cup. China has the infrastructure necessary to host the FIBA World Cup- Olympics-standard sports venues, sufficient accommodations for delegates and spectators, efficient and effective mass transport systems and road networks, well-organized military and police force, etc. China already hosted the 2008 Summer Olympic Games and will host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. it's simply too easy for FIBA to choose a proven and capable nation like China over a pretender like the Philippines for the job of hosting the 2019 FIBA World Cup.

if the Philippines wants to host a large sports event like the FIBA World Cup, it must have the same kind of great ambition and will take action to make that great ambition a reality akin to what China did. we must consider the hosting of the Summer Olympic Games as the only standard when it comes to building world-class infrastructure, coming up with efficient and effective organization, and marketing the Philippines as a capable and credible international sports host. besides, our goal should not really be merely hosting the FIBA World Cup but to bring the Asian Games back to Philippine shores and host the Summer Olympic Games, which is, without doubt, the world's largest and most well-respected sports event.
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Old August 8th, 2015, 05:09 AM   #3964
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We simply do not have the infra to host this.

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Nawa'y sana wag naman bawiin ni MVP yung 400M bid fee sa kanyang mga kumpanya
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Old August 8th, 2015, 05:13 AM   #3965
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sa "kanya" ba ang mga kumpanyang yun? eh di ba dummy lang siya ni Salim?
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Old August 8th, 2015, 12:45 PM   #3966
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Filipinos need to develop a sense of shame or guilt.

Palace on failed PH FIBA bid: 'No shame'



MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines can hold its head up high even after it lost the bid to host the 2019 FIBA World Cup, Malacañang said on Saturday, August 8.
Palace Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr reiterated the statement in a radio interview on state-run Radyo ng Bayan, when asked whether the Philippines lost to China because of its lack of infrastructure.
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Old August 9th, 2015, 04:27 AM   #3967
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14 members of the FIBA Central Board voted in favor of China while 7 voted for the Philippines
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Old August 9th, 2015, 06:17 AM   #3968
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sa "kanya" ba ang mga kumpanyang yun? eh di ba dummy lang siya ni Salim?
I remember one of Che che Lazaros tv interviews with MVP then, she asked MVP if its true that Metro Pacific Group is all about Salim's capital.

He replied "not all, not 100%". and he said, "some significant amount was my shares".

Also, former Senator Rene Saguisag revealed in his article before, that MVP's earning being the CEO/president then for Metro Pacific up to now was round 1M a day or probably way higher by now. So just imagine since he became the boss from their HK conglomerates' operation to PH corporation since the mid 80s... not to mentioned those collective shares from those ventures... I just read it then, I cant find the link anymore.



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the Philippines lost the bid to China because the former is not yet capable and credible enough to host a large global sports event like the FIBA World Cup. China has the infrastructure necessary to host the FIBA World Cup- Olympics-standard sports venues, sufficient accommodations for delegates and spectators, efficient and effective mass transport systems and road networks, well-organized military and police force, etc. China already hosted the 2008 Summer Olympic Games and will host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. it's simply too easy for FIBA to choose a proven and capable nation like China over a pretender like the Philippines for the job of hosting the 2019 FIBA World Cup.

if the Philippines wants to host a large sports event like the FIBA World Cup, it must have the same kind of great ambition and will take action to make that great ambition a reality akin to what China did. we must consider the hosting of the Summer Olympic Games as the only standard when it comes to building world-class infrastructure, coming up with efficient and effective organization, and marketing the Philippines as a capable and credible international sports host. besides, our goal should not really be merely hosting the FIBA World Cup but to bring the Asian Games back to Philippine shores and host the Summer Olympic Games, which is, without doubt, the world's largest and most well-respected sports event.
Yes I got u there, TRUE the basic of hosting is as simple as we should have the capacity and better facilities. But on the other hand, If FIBA really want to promote basketball globally and to compete with what football had achieved in the last 4 decades..., they should have balance everything, take a look and listen... Yes China is way better in infa, it has 2B people / audience etc.. name it. They've got Yao Ming etc. Basketball is an emerging sport in China, therefore a root was planted, all they need to do is maintain whatever they have been started in the first place. While the hidden "gem" when they chose Philippines as the host sana are wider in terms imagery and buld up around the globe as compared to simple China can offer.

How? It goes like this.. Basketball has stereo typing around the globe, especially for those non-believer of the game. Let me ask you, why football is so successful in 4 corners of the world? simple, they believe that football plays the balance, the equalizer.. No matter how short and undersize you are, you can compete versus the taller teams, unlike in basketball, notion for those non-believer is that, a sport for the tall nations.. This INSIGHT should have been the other foundation for the Philippines, not just the passion and heart / PUSO. We compete despite our small size, we can change the game. We will show and tell the world that basketball can be played and loved by the medium sized people, its team work oriented sport. And definitely Pilipinas is a perfect inspiration for the sport. And big chance to convince the rest of South east asia, India, Asia, South America, or even the rest of Africa. That way a way deeper bold move by the FIBA if they chooses us. Call it a "game changer"

Also, an eye opener for the Metro Pacific of MVP and SBP, they should do a lot PPP in the provinces the next time, a lot coliseum and arenas in Philippines which can be retrofitted or needs renovations, we got the size, what we are lacking are the moderness and facelift. Something they didn't think in the FIBA presentation in Manila then.

For example we got facilities like:
1. ULTRA in Pasig
2. Astrodome in Pasay
3. Ynares Center in Antipolo City in Rizal
4. Ormoc Superdome Ormoc City
5. Naga Coliseum in Naga City
6. Puerto Princesa Coliseum in Palawan
7. or even the Sports Gym in Boracay
8. Laoag Coliseum in Ilocos
9. The soon to be Quiboloy Kingdom DOME in Davao
10. Gen San Coliseum in Gen San (former home of MBA )
11. Lipa Coliseum in Batangas (former home of MBA Batangas Blades)
12. Sta Cruz Arena in Laguna (former home of MBA Laguna Lakers)
13. Binan Coliseum in Laguna
14. Pampanga Sports Coliseum in San Fernando (former home of MBA Pampanga Dragons)
etc..

All of these facilities are not way far in terms of sizes as compared to those Chinese venues which is 13-17K capacity, all they can do is partners with the LGUs under PPP or a loan packge or even an sponsorship option in exchange for the facelift and convert those provincial facilities into a world class facilities that is FIBA standard. Ewan ko lang pag di tayo nanalo sa bidding... rather than waiting for those other arenas to be put up like Solaire Arena which is under planning stage pa lang. While retroffing those let's say 4-6 of those I mentioned would be or can be done in about a yr..

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Old August 9th, 2015, 07:30 AM   #3970
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NO MATTER WHAT... We say THANK YOU MVP for everything, without you and your passion in basketball, Pilipinas basketball won't rise again..

Maybe its about time that Metro Pacific should venture in developing provincial arenas other than those in Metro Manila, a win win investment for the basketball loving nation of ours.

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Let's take a look the way basketball progresses in China, as one of their major coliseums - the Tianjin Arena scene in FIBA Asia before. Are we expecting a lot of empty chairs by World cup 2019? most likely yes again., Even cars and other products displayed inside the Arena just to fill in the empty spaces..


Tianjin Arena during the quarter finals of FIBA Asia.

Thanks mga kapatid, just my sentiments..
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Old August 24th, 2015, 12:44 PM   #3971
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SO, Eligible si Clarkson to join Gilas and play for our country?

sabi ng sbp, confirm na daw na may philippine passport siya before sya naging 16 yrs old

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Old August 24th, 2015, 01:09 PM   #3972
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SO, Eligible si Clarkson to join Gilas and play for our country?

sabi ng sbp, confirm na daw na may philippine passport siya before sya naging 16 yrs old

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SBP: No need to naturalize Jordan Clarkson
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — National Basketball Association (NBA) star Jordan Clarkson is considered as a natural born Filipino and will not have to go under the naturalization process, according to the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP).

Following reports that the Lakers guard has signaled his desire to represent the Philippines, CNN Philippines asked SBP Executive Director Sonny Barrios if Clarkson does indeed have a Filipino passport and if he has had the passport before the age of 16.

“Yes to both questions,” Barrios said in a text message.

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Old September 3rd, 2015, 10:06 AM   #3973
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Check out the first edition of the ‪#‎FIBAAsia2015‬ Power Ranking on bit.ly/FIBAasiaPR1!

Week 1:
#1 Iran
#2 China
#3 Korea
#4 Philippines
#5 Chinese Taipei
#6 Kazakhstan
#7 Lebanon
#8 Japan
#9 Jordan
#10 Qatar
#11 Palestine
#12 India
#13 Kuwait
#14 Hong Kong
#15 Singapore
#16 Malaysia

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2015 FIBA Asia Championship Power Ranking: Week 3.

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Good news, Philippines was chosen as one of the host for Final Olympic Qualifiers in Basketball Men..
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Philippines to host FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2018


MANILA, Philippines (3x3) - The FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2018 will be held in Manila, Philippines.

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The Philippines Basketball Federation (SPB) will organise the fifth edition of the most prestigious 3x3 national team competition. The country has been a pioneer in the development of 3x3, hosting two stages of the professional season - the FIBA 3x3 World Tour - in 2014 and 2015 and bringing stars like Terrence Romeo and Calvin Abueva to the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final.

"We are very proud and honoured to be hosting the FIBA 3x3 World Cup next year," SPB Executive Director Sonny Barrios said. "Our two previous experiences hosting FIBA 3x3 events have been a success and 3x3 has become a centrepiece of our development programme." All games at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2018 will be played on the same court with 20 men's and 20 women's teams competing in a team event and in three individual contests (men's dunk contest including professional dunkers, women's skills contest and mixed shoot-out contest). "We are delighted to bring the FIBA 3x3 World Cup to the Philippines," FIBA 3x3 Managing Director Alex Sanchez said. "We are positive SPB and the passionate Filipino fans will make it an unbelievable experience for the best 3x3 players in the world and everyone watching on all platforms."

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Leading nations, multiple host candidacies headline bids for FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023

FIBA has confirmed the shortlist of candidates in the running to host the FIBA Basketball World Cup in 2023.
Russia and Turkey, who have storied and successful basketball traditions at both European and World levels, are the two nations submitting single-host bids.
They are joined by a pair of bids consisting of multiple host countries. The Asian basketball-crazed territories of Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines are teaming up in one, while Americas' neighbors and basketball fanatics Argentina and Uruguay make up the other.
Other nations interested in being a part of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 have until the end of August - when Candidature Files are to be submitted - to join any of these existing candidacies.
Over the coming weeks and months, each candidate's parties and stakeholders have the opportunity to meet with FIBA representatives for a workshop during which all potential aspects of the bid, hosting requirements and legacy elements will be discussed jointly.
The scheduled timeline calls for the remaining steps in the process to be as follows:

Workshops with Candidates to discuss rationale and requirements as well as legacy aspects of any candidature;

Candidates preparing and submitting their Candidature File in which they outline all specificities of their bid;

Visits to each candidate nation by the FIBA Evaluation Commission in order for it to assist bidders, assess each bid and report to FIBA's Central Board;

Submission of signed Host Nation Agreement and Signed Guarantees;

FIBA awarding and announcing the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 host(s) as per decision to be made by Central Board at its end-of-year meeting.

The FIBA Basketball World Cup is breaking new ground in 2019, when it will be staged in China for the first time ever and feature a record 32 teams.

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