is Daniel Sandrin a naturalized player, I thought he was a half Korean? I think Korea would have naturalized a taller, more agile and has more upper body strength that can support Ha under the boards.
Last edited by b3lowzro; 04-27-2011 at 12:35 AM.
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The Asian Championship is not junk because of the naturalized players. If you are good then you should overcome naturalized players and half-breeds. China's A team have no problem with it.
But the Asian Championships is junk because of the weakness of the competition and that includes China itself. LOL
China is therefore right to train the A team in the Stankovic Cup. It doesn't do China or Asia any good for Yao, Yi, Wang, Sun and the rest of the A team to play in the Asian Championships.
Why? Because in order for Asia to gain any more slots, Asians have to start winning against teams from other continents. This is why Lebanon is the second strongest team in Asia by far. It has won against outsiders in the WBC, including France and Venezuela.
does half-bred sounds animalistic? oh, I'm sorry for the term, but I don't see anything foul about it though.Originally Posted by budz17
It's ironic to see limited efforts from players with maximum salary.
I wish they would apply "sabermetrics" in those financially challenged PBA teams to acquire players who are value for their money.
yeah , it kinda like cheating ,but on the other hand its in the rules.
IMO,i think it's alright as long as they dont naturalize Kobe
Why are you complaining with naturalize players and your team with Mengke Bateer?Originally Posted by LeroyC33