One more last thing. Here are the stats leaders for the SEABA Stankovic Cup 2016. Continue reading SEABA Stankovic Cup Stats Leaders
Even though some teams weren’t able to send their top talents to the SEABA Stankovic Cup, we still got to see a fair amount of talent (both new and old) show what they had.
Let’s take a closer look at each one of them. Continue reading SEABA Stankovic Cup Player Overview: As Per Requested
So after I spent the past few days crying in a corner, mourning Thailand’s two consecutive losses, I finally got down and got myself together enough to capture the overall experience of the SEABA Stankovic Cup 2016.
There will still be parts where I am desperately sad, but I tried to keep my composure throughout the end.
Words are interesting. I like words and I like studying how to use words. I like imagining myself in a situation where I have to say something like I’m in one of those RPG games and choosing a certain phrase might change the course of your player. Continue reading SEABA Stankovic Cup Day 4 Recap: Words
By the time I walked into Stadium29 to prepare for day 3 of the SEABA Stankovic Cup, the dance squad were already parading their way off the court after their daily practice (much to my disappointment). The moment he was that the court was vacant, new Mono Vampire Head Coach and National Team Assistant Coach Jon Corbacio walked up to an arena staff to ask if he could get some shooting done before the National Teams arrived. Continue reading SEABA Stankovic Cup Day 3 Recap: For the Love of the Game
We all go through changes in our lives. Whether it is gradual or instant, we all change. I got that reminder today.
I never thought I’d start a basketball blog entry with the words “It was weird applying make up on for the first time”, yet here we are.
It was weird applying make up on for the first time. Continue reading SEABA Stankovic Cup Day 1 Recap: Blowouts Galore
I had high hopes for Singapore. Like Indonesia, they were running off high fumes from the SEA Games and the ASEAN Basketball League where their performance reached unprecedented heights. A bronze in SEA Games and a trip to the ABL Finals had us looking forward to what more this particular core of Singaporean players could bring.
Whatever it is, we weren’t going to see it here. Continue reading SEABA Stankovic 2016 Singapore Preview: Passing on the Torch
It’s actually seems a bit unfair to the Malaysians about all the buzz every other nation is getting concerning ASEAN Basketball and it’s rise. Continue reading SEABA Stankovic 2016 Malaysia Preview: The Forgotten One
After a disappointing SEABA Championship in 2015, the Indonesia Basketball Federation (PERBASI) decided to going on a redemption rampage in SEA Games. They ended up with a silver medal by pushing the gold medalists, the Philippines, the entire game. It seemed like Indonesia were back on the rise once again.
But things are never that easy.
Continue reading SEABA Stankovic 2016 Indonesia Preview: Second String