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After his stint with Smart Gilas, Petron and Barako Bull, Coach Rajko Toroman is back in Serbia. We will miss you Coach Rajko Toroman!
Former Smart Gilas Greg Slaughter was the No. 1 Pick in the 2013 PBA Rookie Draft by Ginebra, Gilas Cadet RR Garcia was drafted 6th by Globalport while Isaac Holstein and Justin Melton who had brief stints with the National team early this year was drafted by Globalport at 7th (Holstein) and San Mig Coffee at 13th (Melton).
Philippine Basketball Association Rookie Draft
November 3, 2013
1. Barangay Ginebra San Miguel – Greg Slaughter
2. San Mig Coffee Mixers – Ian Sangalang
3. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters – Raymond Almazan
4. Barangay Ginebra San Miguel (from Barako Bull) – James Forrester
5. GlobalPort Batang Pier (from Barako Bull via Petron) – Terrence Romeo
6. GlobalPort Batang Pier (from Barako Bull) – RR Garcia
7. GlobalPort Batang Pier – Isaac Holstein
8. Alaska Aces – Ryan Buenafe
9. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters – Alex Nuyles
10. San Mig Coffee Mixers – Justin Chua
Trades in 1st Round:
-Barako trades #4 pick to Ginebra for Rico Maierhofer and Willy Wilson
-Barako Bull trades #5 pick to Petron for Magi Sison and Mark Isip
-Petron trades #5 pick to GlobalPort for Yousef Taha
-Barako Bull trades #6 pick to GlobalPort for Denok Miranda.
1. GlobalPort Batang Pier – Nico Salva
2. Rain or Shine Elasto Painters – Jeric Teng
3. San Mig Coffee Mixers – Justin Melton
Did you know that Greg Slaughter already played in the PBA? Slaughter was part of the Smart Gilas Team who participated in the 2011 PBA Commissioners Cup as a guest team where they finished 3rd place.
2013 PBA Rookie Draft will take place on November 3, 2013 at Robinson’s Place, Ermita, Manila.
The Philippines already submitted the 24-man roster for the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship yesterday, the Gilas Pilipinas roster includes Marcus Douthit, Jimmy Alapag, Jayson Castro, LA Tenorio, Ranidel de Ocampo, Larry Fonacier, Gabe Norwood, Gary David, Marc Pingris, June Mar Fajardo, Jeff Chan, Japeth Aguilar, Beau Belga, Sonny Thoss, Greg Slaughter, Garvo Lanete, Jake Pascual, Ronald Pascual, R. R. Garcia, Matt Ganuelas, Kevin Alas, Ryan Reyes, Kelly Williams and Jared Dillinger.
The final 12-man lineup for the FIBA Asia Championship on August 1-11, 2013 will be named on July 12 and only players from the 24-man roster can be included in the final Gilas Pilipinas roster.
Who do you think should be in the final 12 Gilas Pilipinas roster from the list above?
Gilas Pilipinas vs Shanghai Sharks Photos last May 6, 2013 at Mall of Asia Arena
Gilas Pilipinas Triple Tower: Greg Slaughter, Marcus Douthit and June Mar Fajardo
Yao Ming and the Shanghai Sharks
Gary David had a great game with 14 points
2013 PBA All-Star Weekend
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs PBA All-Star
Digos, Davao del Sur
May 5, 2013
Smart Gilas Pilipinas Line-up
Jimmy Alapag, Jayson Castro, Ranidel De Ocampo, Larry Fonacier, and Ryan Reyes of Talk ‘N Text; Jeff Chan and Gabe Norwood of Rain or Shine; Gary David and Japeth Aguilar of GlobalPort; Marc Pingris of San Mig Coffee; June Mar Fajardo of Petron; LA Tenorio of Ginebra; Sonny Thoss of Alaska; and naturalized-player Marcus Douthit and amateur Greg Slaughter.
Coach: Chot Reyes
PBA All-Star Line-up
James Yap of San Mig Coffee, Calvin Abueva, Cyrus Baguio and JV Casio of Alaska, Mark Caguioa and Chris Ellis of Barangay Ginebra, Arwind Santos, Alex Cabagnot, Jay Washington, and Marcio Lassiter of Petron, Beau Belga of Rain or Shine, and Nino Canaleta of Air 21
Coach: Luigi Trillo
Who do you think will win, Smart Gilas or PBA All-Star?
Coach Chot Reyes has listed the
17 15 players who will be part of the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship Player Pool, only 12 will be in the final line-up for August.
From Talk N Text
Ranidel De Ocampo
From Rain or Shine
From San Mig Coffee
From Barangay Ginebra
June Mar Fajardo
Pool will also include
19th Super Kung Sheung Cup International Basketball Invitational Championship (King’s Cup)
January 22 to 27, 2013
Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Champion: Philippines (Smart Gilas Pilipinas)
Tournament MVP: Kevin Louie Alas – 13.2 points per game
Game 1 – 11 points
Game 2 – 14 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal
Game 3 – 18 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists and 2 steals
Game 4 – 10 points and 4 assists
Game 5 – 13 points, 2 assists and 1 block
Finals Game – Philippines defeats Southern California Fukienese Association, 81-77
Top Scorer: Marcus Douthit – 19 points, 20 rebounds, 4 assists. 4 steals and 4 blocks
Read Recap: Smart Gilas Super Kung Sheung Cup Champions
Semi Finals Game – Philippines defeats Changsha Park Lane, 90-69
Top Scorer: Nino “KG” Canaleta – 18 points and 8 rebounds
Read Recap: Smart Gilas defeats Changsha Park Lane, now in Finals
Classification Round Game 3 – Philippines defeats Malaysia, 119-46
Top Scorer: Greg Slaughter – 27 points
Read Recap: Smart Gilas defeats Malaysia, now 3-0
Classification Round Game 2 – Philippines defeats Hong Kong, 85-58
Top Scorer: Nino “KG” Canaleta – 15 points and 8 rebounds
Read Recap: Smart Gilas defeats Hong Kong by 27
Classification Round Game 1 – Philippines defeats Indonesia, 110-78
Top Scorer: Garvo Lanete – 23 points (3/5 from 3 pt range and 7/9 from 2 pt range)
Read Recap: Smart Gilas defeats Indonesia by 32
In the 5 games of Smart Gilas, Kevin Alas did not lead in scoring but was the most consistent, scoring double digits in all 5 games and truly deserves the MVP award.
Congratulations Coach Chot Reyes, Coaching Staff and Players of Smart Gilas Pilipinas! #GoGilas #LabanPilipinas