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Happy Birthday Gary David!

Gary David

Gary David was born on July 13, 1978 in Dinalupihan, Bataan. Happy Birthday El Granada!

Basketball Career History
College: Lyceum of the Philippines University
PBL: Montaña Pawnshop Jewelers
-PBA Draft 10th Pick Overall by Coca-Cola Tigers
-Coca-Cola Tigers (2004–2005)

Who do you think made the biggest impact on their current team?

The elimination round of the 2011 PBA Philippine Cup (All-Filipino Conference) is over. Here’s the current PBA Standings:
1st – B-Meg Llamados (10-4)
2nd – Talk N Text Tropang Texters (10-4)
3rd – Petron Blaze Boosters (9-5)
4th – Barangay Ginebra Kinga (9-5)
5th – Rain or Shine Elasto Painters (9-5)
6th – Meralco Bolts (8-6)
7th – Barako Bull Energy (6-8)
8th – Powerade Tigers (6-8)
9th – Alaska Aces (3-11)
10th – Shopinas.com Clickers (0-14)

From the previous Smart Gilas players, who do you think made the biggest impact on their current team?

Who do you think made the biggest impact on their current team?

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All Smart Gilas players picked in the 1st round of the PBA Draft

Congratulations to the Smart Gilas players who were all drafted in the 1st round in the 2011 PBA Rookie Draft. Congratulations to JV Casio who was the 1st overall draft pick and will be teammates with Marcio Lassiter while Chris Lutz will go to recent champion Petron. Point Guard Mark Barroca was picked by new team Shopinas Clickers while Alaska gets Mac Baracael. Meralco picked Jason Ballesteros while Dylan Ababou was picked last in the 1st round by Barako Bull (Former Air 21).

PBA Draft 1st Round
1. JV Casio (Powerade)
2. Paul Lee (Rain or Shine)
3. Chris Lutz (Petron)
4. Marcio Lassiter (Powerade)
5. Mark Barroca (Shopinas)
6. Mac Baracael (Alaska)
7. Jason Ballesteros (Meralco)
8. Allein Maliksi (Barako)
9. Reil Cervantes (Ginebra)
10. Dylan Ababou (Barako)

Come from behind win by Smart Gilas over Powerade

2011 PBA Commissioners Cup
Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Powerade Tigers
March 27, 2011
Smart Gilas defeats Powerade, 98-97

Game Highlights:
– JV Casio led Smart Gilas with 29 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists including the game winning layup
– Highest lead of Powerade was 23 points (40-17 in the 2nd quarter)
– Japeth Aguilar had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds along with 4 blocks
– Marcio Lassiter also had a great game with 21 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals
– 25 assists by Smart Gilas led by Chris Tiu with 9
– Smart Gilas was only 65.4% (17/26) from the free throw line
– Marcus Douthit did not play this game due to an ankle injury

Game scores:
Smart Gilas 98
– Casio 29, Lassiter 21, Lutz 11, Aguilar 10, Tiu 7, Ramos 7, Baracael 5, Slaughter 4, Barroca 4, Ballesteros 0.

Powerade 97 – Zeno 28, David 23, Espino 10, Lanete 9, Quinahan 8, Macapagal 5, Allera 4, Antonio 4, Reyes 3, Cruz 3, Anthony 0.

Quarters: 14-34, 42-55, 76-71, 98-97