Mark TanBench play will be a huge factor. La Salle's depth will be very instrumental in taking this season's title. I believe our offense needs to set up our defense so that our defense can work its magic. Without made baskets, there will be less chances for us to set up our pressure defense and it will result to less fastbreak points.
At the end of the day, it will all boil down to who wants it more. If our team plays with heart and focus altogether, then championship will be ours.
Animo La Salle!
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Doods De Los ReyesYou paid minimum attention to officiating but it is the most worrisome. Bad calls can kill any run and hopefully the league won't employ it against the Archers.
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Wade AguinaldoI watched that second round loss again tonight and there were bad calls both sides but the focus on Mbala was outright criminal. He was getting hammered from all sides and the refs just stood there with blank faces. Three blind mice makes you think they have some sort of agenda.
Chito V FlojoDLSU '76 old man and have been glued on UAAP TV all these years. These are the 10 UAAP Archers' names that got stucked in my mind: 1. Limpot the one that stands out the most, 2. Allado obviously, 3. Dindo the 3rd Pumaren, 4. Telan, 5. Tony Boy, 6. Ren-ren, 7. Mac-Mac, and lastly 8-9-10. the Xavier kids, Ty Tang, Jeron Teng, and the Ninja Joseph Yeo.
Ariff LaoBakit ba puro foreigners na lang ang nagdadala sa UAAP teams ngayon? Mas maganda pa bakbakan nung early 2000s. Those guys like ritualo, cardona, cortez, enrico, alvarez, tenorio, santos, isip, yap, etc. Man, those were the 'glory' days of uaap men's basketball.
Dindo ArambuloMbala should show his anger when he is given a hard foul! The refs see him smiling after being fouled and shows that he can take everything they throw at him, so I guess the refs say, ah ok pa pala naman sya, kaya tumangap, ordinary foul lang!