1 > 2

19 09 2007

How sweet it is! Finally, La Salle beat Ateneo when it mattered most. This is a mathematical anomaly where 2 is better than 1.

Ateneo had beaten La Salle twice in the regular season but because they lost to the underdog NU Bulldogs, they had to play La Salle to determine who gets the twice to beat 2nd place. That loss to the Bulldogs will haunt the Blue Eagles for a long time.

Both team shot poorly in the first half. Only Kirk Long consistently made his shots but it was not enough to pull away. La Salle shot even worse. Casio, Tang, Maeierhofer, Malabes and Villanueva couldn’t string baskets together. But because of the stifling defense, Ateneo could not take advantage of this. Ateneo’s biggest lead was 7.

An unlikely player emerges from the La Salle bench in PJ Barua. This mild mannered role player got his day in the limelight because of the suspension to Brian Ilad. Barua scores 6 points, rebounds, hustles and keeps the Green Archers in the game.

The half ends 32 – 28 for Ateneo.

Though La Salle shot only 12 out of 46 from the field, the Green Archers outrebounded Ateneo and caused Ateneo to have 13 turnovers.

But the shocker to the La Salle crowd was when Rico Maeirhofer went up for a shot and sprained his ankle when he came down. He was grimacing in pain as the whole La Salle side was in silence. But Rico is one tough cookie and thou he was limping, he started the 3rd quarter

In the 3rd quarter, La Salle’s big guns start scoring. Tang, Casio and Maierhofer showed their will to win by hitting shots when it counted most. Not to be outdone, La Salle’s big men, most especially Ferdinand, were unstoppable in rebounds on both ends of the court.

Defensively, the Green Archers were making life miserable for the Blue Eagles. They double teamed Arao, did not allow Chirs Tiu to play his game and dictated the pace of the game. Casio hits the 3s, Barua continued what he started in the first half and hobbling Rico Maierhofer was just unstoppable of the boards.

But the Blue Eagles would not crumble. They just kept coming back to either grab the lead. Unfortunately it came from unlikely players, Al Husseini and Laterre. When Chris Tiu hit 2 threes pointers and Salamat hits a 2, La Salle finds itself down by 5. Coach Pumaren calls a timeout and makes a 4 man substitution.

With time down to less than 2 minutes La Salle goes on an 8-0 run which was capped by back to back 3 pointers by JV Casio.

The 4th started with Ateneo scoring 4 straight points but La Salle wouldn’t buckle. They increase the defensive pressure and force Ateneo to turnovers. La Salle plays careless on offense and just can’t take advantage.

La Salle takes a 5 point lead but Ateneo just keeps coming back and even takes back the lead. The Tang takes over by scoring and dishing out the assists

The game is tied at 65 with 3 minutes left. Then Rico finds Walsham alone under the basket and La Salle takes the lead. After an Ateneo turnover, Casio drives and scores. La Salle is up by 4 with 2 minutes left.

But the ghost of past games was on everyone’s mind. Ateneo scores on 2 foul shots which cuts La Salle’s lead by 2 with 1:40 left. Neither team can make a basket.

Both teams shoot blanks and have sloppy play. With 10 seconds left, Pocholo Villanueva is fouled and after he splits his free throws, La Salle has a 3 point lead.

Ateneo makes one final try. They look for the 3 but La Salle’s defense is just so tight that all they get is a 2 pointer.

La Salle won it because of defense. They were able to hold Ateneo to their lowest 3 point output of the season. The defense was so good that both Ateneo aces, Tiu and Arao were almost anon factor in the game.

Ironically the score ended at 70 – 69. This is Season 70 and last year’s forgettable season for La Salle was Season 69. Ateneo beats La Salle twice and La Salle wins one in their head to head battle. But La Salle gets 2nd place and the twice to beat advantage.

I have to say this again. THANK YOU NATIONAL UNIVERSITY!!!

I cannot end this article without congratulating Ateneo Board Member Ricky Palou. Before the start of the game, he personally went to the Upper Box level of the Ateneo side and demanded that certain insulting signs be brought down. Credit needs to be given to Mr. Palou for his outstanding act of sportsmanship.

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52 responses

19 09 2007
Charlie

And congratulations to you, Pareng Tony, for being chosen by Studio 23 as the “Outstanding Alumnus” yesterday, complete with a 15 second close-up for all to see the Green Mind himself.

19 09 2007
The Green Mind

Thanks Charlie. I guess, it was meant to be on the day La Salle beats Ateneo.

19 09 2007
stewie

No. 2 sa standings after a year’s suspension from the UAAP. That’s something!

19 09 2007
Tiger Power

all i can for the eagles is..

be afraid…be very afraid…

hehehe

19 09 2007
somersault

“How sweet it is! Finally, La Salle beat Ateneo when it mattered most. This is a mathematical anomaly where 2 is better than 1.”

–mathematical anomaly…you mean 1 is better than 2… Our blue friends might say something about this again…

Anyhow, congrats to the archers! A very well-played game! ANIMO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

19 09 2007
BahaSaEspana

Tiger Power,

Alam mo naman, napaka low profile lang ng USTE hanggang ngayon. defending champion pero hindi naman pinag uusapan, eka nga walang dating sa UAAP.

Pero sabi ni Anton Montinola, itong UST team na ito eh makakarating pa sa championship, La Salle at Ateneo humanda kayo. hehehe sabi ni Anton yun na solid FEU.

UST eh parang San Antonio Spurs, walang may gusto pero nag cha-champion. Sana maka back to back gaya nung panahon ni Aric Del Rosario.

Go Espana dribblers!

19 09 2007
dr.j

Congratulations to lasalle for a well-played game. I may be blue-blooded, but I know how to appreciate a good game when I see one. Hats off to Rico Maierhofer, who was literally playing on just one good leg. God willing, may there be a 4th meeting between our schools.

20 09 2007
animorah

You congratulated Mr. Palou.
Because he brought down crassy banners?
OK,that’s understandable. You are from DLSU and the banners are offensive to you.
But let me ask you, sir, what’s your opinion of Mr. Palou if you were from UST, and you saw Mr. Palou just sitting pretty on his seat, not wanting to stand up for what is right, when all of the ADMU gallery were busy giving the finger to an old lady just because she chose to enforce a UAAP policy? Remember the “extended halftime performance of the ADMU BBB”, in the first round at Cuneta Astrodome?

You’d probably say “That’s a man that’s afraid to do the RIGHT THING.”

This is question is directed to Mr. Atayde only.
ADMU “righteous people”, save it.

20 09 2007
Aminin

Sinisingit na naman ang UST. Sus….!

20 09 2007
lolszszs

Aminin

Feeling mo naman dalawang team lang meron sa UAAP! Magtayo ka ng liga na DLSU at ADMU lang ang teams ng todong matuwa ka! Pathetic!

20 09 2007
Aminin

***lolszszs
Thursday, 20th September 2007 at 4:45 am

Aminin

Feeling mo naman dalawang team lang meron sa UAAP! Magtayo ka ng liga na DLSU at ADMU lang ang teams ng todong matuwa ka! Pathetic!***

Ouch. It hurts. Goodbye.

20 09 2007
lolszszs

Ooops.. Was I Mean?? LOL! Sorry! 😛

20 09 2007
Aminin

Yes. You are soooo mean for stating the obvious. La Salle and the Ateneo. The heart and soul of the UAAP. The glamour teams of the UAAP, the money machine. Ouch!

Goodbye.

20 09 2007
The Green Mind

Animorah,

One act does not negate the other. If you felt that Mr. Palou did not do the right thing towards your school then thats for you to comment on.

I commended Ricky Palou’s actions based on what he did during the DLSU – ADMU game. I felt that he did right.

I have already commented on your issue in my previous posts. Each incident is taken on its own merits and this time Ricky Palou did the right thing and again I will congratulate him on it.

20 09 2007
RejanLee's#1fan

Why did I not see my idol play?

20 09 2007
lolszszs

AMININ..

The heart and soul of UAAP? Those two teams? C’mon! Know the history first! I bet you have no idea how UAAP started my dear. UAAP was established because of three universities. And they are UP, UST and NU. Not DLSU nor ADMU. FYI again, they started as NCAA members. Nonetheless, those three teams should be truly considered then as the heart and soul of the UAAP!

The money machine?? Right! I don’t have to argue wth you on that! Basta pera pinaguusapan Tapos na ang storya. No need to bring up the obvious! If you could only also buy UAAP’s trophies, I bet that can make you even more satisfied.. LoL!

20 09 2007
micro

Wow, I still don’t get why you think “suspended” was exceptionally unsportsmanlike. After this post, I’m more certain than ever that you were simply sour graping. I mean, a) it’s true, La Sallites are a bunch of cheaters, b) La Salle’s half time show portrayed Ateneans as towel boys, and c) did you happen to notice the banners that La Sallites would show and then hide when officials turned around?

If you would fault Ateneo for being undignified, then we have a case of the dirty pot calling the kettle black. A school which cheats, wears dead eagles on its head and is notorious for hitting its opponents really has no room to judge.

Still, kudos to Ateneo for taking down something that offended their rivals even if said rivals would never have the decency to reciprocate.

Now, Congrats for the win and please stop acting like UAAP only has two schools. It’s childish and offensive to the rest of the league.

20 09 2007
lolszszs

micro..

“Now, Congrats for the win and please stop acting like UAAP only has two schools. It’s childish and offensive to the rest of the league.”

– Soooo agree with you! Panay ateneo and lasalle mga topic. And yet most of the times, napakawalang kwenta!

can’t you guys just MOVE ON!? LOL!

20 09 2007
username

Mr.Atayde was just writing it as it was. I do not know where the violent reactions are coming from. I’m from Ateneo and I dont mind it. It is his perogative to commend whoever he wants, but that does not make him answerable to the previous actions of that person. Im sure this was not the reply from an Atenean that you expected. But if you still refer to this as righteous, just take it out on us on Sunday.

I commend BOTH schools for a game well-played. Because of everybody’s hussle, the game was exciting for the whole duration. Masaya talaga kapag Ateneo at La Salle ang naglalaban, manalo man o matalo. It would be great to have another duel or two this season, dont you think Mr.Atayde? Both for the fun and profit of the UAAP from it. And since UST is this year’s host, I dont know where the complaints are coming from. Kayo din naman and makikinabang sa kikitain ng UAAP sa AdMU-DLSU games eh. Chill!

I respect that this site is open to everybody, regardless of what alma mater they hail. I do not think though that either Ateneo or La Salle should be criticized for allegedly overshadowing the other UAAP schools with their rivalry. Its not like either school could help it.

Ive read comments on this site barrating both AdMU and DLSU about being too high profile “pero kulelat naman sa ibang sports”. I’d have to say that I can attest that the merits of both schools do not soley rest on their accomplishments in sports. Dont speak too soon. For those who are “kulelat”, there is no other way to go but up.

20 09 2007
micro

Username:
“I do not think though that either Ateneo or La Salle should be criticized for allegedly overshadowing the other UAAP schools with their rivalry. Its not like either school could help it.”

I’m not criticizing either school as an entirety but the individuals from it, like Mr. Atayde, who act like the UAAP is nothing more than a venue for the ADMU-DLSU rivalry. He can most certainly help his attitude, and so can you. It was his call to lump all the other schools together as “those 16 other schools” when he took a potshot at Ateneo in his previous post. Heck, NU isn’t even congratulated for its win but thanked for its a role in DLSU’s win. I’m not from NU but I doubt that they won that game for the archers. I also doubt they see themselves as mere pawns in the whole blue-green rivalry.

(I also don’t see why one would call NU an underdog when the undefeated UE had such a tough time beating them, with a margin of only four points and 27 turnovers for UE.)

I’m not complaining about the high turnout during AdMU-DLSU games. I just find it childish that the two schools only charge Araneta when they’re fighting each other. That doesn’t really seem like true school spirit to me. I mean, there were half the number of sixth men and gang green members in the stands when AdMU and DLSU were fighting the defending champions and the undefeated team of the season.

20 09 2007
stewie

the ateneo-la salle rivalry has a history. it was not meant to be, but it was there, it is there, and it will always be there.

i don’t know why would another school want to take the place of either one and form a new rivalry. it’s not a good feeling always trying to measure up against the other team. a school or its student should only look from within to set and achieve its goals.

i am from la salle and i don’t want to be always comparing myself to an atenean who has done well in life. i’d rather try to measure up with the good people i know, whether they came from ateneo, la salle, or some other school.

frankly, i know more nicer individuals who came from “so-called lesser-known” schools than from ateneo, la salle, ust, up, etc.

20 09 2007
username

micro, my comments were actually in response to lolszszs’ “Pathetic!” post. Your first post was not yet up when I wrote my first post. Your points seem very reasonable and are well taken Im sure. lolszszs’ though does not quite measure up. Its in the way its said I guess…

Its really hard for an Atenean or a Lasallian to explain their passion for the rivalry. This is why I understand how it would be hard to relate to it if I was from another school. One thing I can say though is that rivalry-related banter is not meant to alienate others. I agree, it is trivial. That is why I dont see why it is being taken so seriously as to the labelling “napaka-walang kwenta”.

But aside from the NU comment, which I would rather not presume to answer for, this was a write up about the Ateneo-La Salle game, not the whole league. It would naturally be in the Ateneo-La Salle context. I think this is the reason why another post protested to why a different issue was suddenly raised. Dapat siguro, gumawa na lang ng hiwalay na thread.

20 09 2007
micro

username:
Just a misunderstanding then. 🙂 I don’t want to end the rivalry or anything, and I don’t think it’s “walang kwenta.” I just find it annoying when fans start to forget that there’s more to the season than beating the rival school.

20 09 2007
Green Archer

I’m just thinking of the finals. UE vs. DLSU. Animo La Salle!

20 09 2007
animorah

Mr. Atayde:
Thank you for your reply.
I may have overlooked the commentary you did regarding that issue.
I will do some backreading, anf will post my comments there.

20 09 2007
Practical

The La Salle – Ateneo rivalry has existed for more than half a century. Regardless of how good a team either school had, the games that they would have would always be unpredictable.

I am a Lasallian and I write mostly about La Salle. As you may have noticed, I have never written any post game articles about any other school except when they play La Salle.

Maybe next year, more writers will join inboundpass from other schools from both the NCAA and the UAAP.

20 09 2007
The Green Mind

This the real Green Mind,

I wrote the comment that was under the tag “Practical”. I didnt notice that my nephew had posted a comment and the name and email address. Here it is again.

The La Salle – Ateneo rivalry has existed for more than half a century. Regardless of how good a team either school had, the games that they would have would always be unpredictable.

I am a Lasallian and I write mostly about La Salle. As you may have noticed, I have never written any post game articles about any other school except when they play La Salle.

Maybe next year, more writers will join inboundpass from other schools from both the NCAA and the UAAP.

20 09 2007
The Blue Marc

PHILIPPINE STAR
October 11, 2007

ATENEO-UE Final Game.

One is never enough, never except for DLSU.

20 09 2007
The Blue Marc

Oh do you remember this:

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Looks familiar.

20 09 2007
The Blue Marc

[IMG]http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/ee84/bluecursor/4p2i5gg.gif[/IMG]

21 09 2007
Aminin

The article is all about the Ateneo and La Salle. Again it is not our fault that Mr. Atayde focused on the two squads.

There are articles regarding UE, UST, NU and other schools. If some people felt alienated by the intense competition between the Ateneo and La Salle, that’s not our problem anymore. The UAAP is indeed composed of other schools. But it is also true that the Blue-Green rivalry tranformed the UAAP to what it is today. You only have to look at history.

If others find the rivalry pathetic, we really do not care. To each his own.

21 09 2007
polizei

“Heck, NU isn’t even congratulated for its win but thanked for its a role in DLSU’s win. I’m not from NU but I doubt that they won that game for the archers. I also doubt they see themselves as mere pawns in the whole blue-green rivalry.”

I agree. Although ADMU’s loss to NU sure muddled things up especially for us in Ateneo, I highly doubt that that was their main drive in winning that game. I believe NU’s main concern then was to end their season with a win, so to speak, even if it wouldn’t mean a spot in the final four (or five).

I feel sad though for DLSU fans whenever I see them thanking NU for their win. Sure, ADMU’s loss brightened things up for you. But please, don’t thank NU for that win because they did not do it for DLSU. They did it for their own. Most seem to claim the win as if it was theirs.

And on the topic of ADMU-DLSU rivalry “alienating” other universities, I would beg to disagree. UP-UST have been jeering at each other as well whenever cheerdance competition is on. There are forums/blogs for their own rivalry as well.

My two cents.

21 09 2007
username

“And on the topic of ADMU-DLSU rivalry “alienating” other universities, I would beg to disagree. UP-UST have been jeering at each other as well whenever cheerdance competition is on. There are forums/blogs for their own rivalry as well.”

Exactly! That’s why I think it is a bit unfair that the Ateneo-La Salle rivalry is the only one being criticized/scrutinized (whatever you call it). UP and UST have done their own rivalry-related-banter. Our school is part of the cheering competition as well yet I dont feel or claim that the rivalry between UP and UST because of their excellence in that field has ever alienated our school or any other school for that matter. Personally, I think it has even inspired others to step up to their level.

Anyway, I think a number of posts here have made it crystal clear that the AdMU-DLSU rivalry does not merit labels such as “pathetic” or “walang kwenta”. If soem may feel that AdMU and DLSU are not important to the UAAP, fine. You are free to think that way. It may not be the brightest idea though to involve yourself in it; it being something you dont understand much anyway.

Im sorry if I was quite affected by those posts, in case there would be some who would say that I was overacting or whatever. I just felt like a long-standing tradition of not only Ateneo, but also of La Salle was unreasonably attacked. My defense of it is a way of showing my school spirit, not just my regular presence in the stands.

I guess Ateneo and La Salle would have found a common ground here after all. Blessing in disguise =) Animo Ateneo, Animo La Salle!

21 09 2007
i love la salle

i hail you for being a great alumnus of a “great” university..you sure know how to define the word pride..
the hell,all i want to say is your school is a dirt map..full of stupid airheads and most of all,players who don’t have any kind of morals in ’em..it’s a shame coz they are a bunch of talent but they always let their knuckles do the work instead of their “gifts”..maybe the school officials need to teach the athletes particularly the basketball squad a bit of GMRC..yep,start from the basics..i know they failed that damn subject back in elementary..tsk..
and to Brian Ilad,kudos..you really are a PCCr crapboy..he has now joined the ranks of green assholes like Joseph Yeo and Mac Cardona..
Bless the La Salle community..May all of you continue to produce good for nothing trash in the future!!

21 09 2007
The Green Mind

i love la salle,

In the US, there was a time that the most hated professional teams were the New York Yankees and the Boston Celtics. The main reason for that was their consistency in winning championships.

Your comments just reinforces my belief that when people like you show how much they hate La Salle, then its because of the success it has had. If La Salle did not excel, then we would not even be given a second look.

Thank you.

21 09 2007
ALSALLE

The Green Mind,

Oh yeah? Ok.. What your team has accomplished so far, talking about NCAA and UAAP Basketball?

In NCAA, DLSU has a total of 10 championships and only 5 of those were from their Seniors team. Very far behind from San Ateneo’s 23. To add, they have numerous instances wherein they engaged themselves in a brawl inside the court. 1980’s 2nd Round elims game against Letran was turned out to be so violent that even led to the abortion of that 1980 season.

In UAAP, DLSU has only a total of 11 basketball chmpionships (6 Seniors). Still far behind from Ateneo’s 19 and UST’s 42.
As everyone knows, DLSU has also been part of many anomallies. The recent is their suspension due to fielding ineligible players.

What a history of your team!
And the team’s attitude towards the game is also consistent for years.. VERY ARROGANT!
even their supporters! Ang YAYABANG nyo wala pa naman kayo masyadong napapatunayan!

21 09 2007
ALSALLE

*very far behind from San Beda’s 28, Ateneo’s 23

22 09 2007
Ramirez

Please, keep San Beda out of this discussion.

22 09 2007
Aminin


username
Friday, 21st September 2007 at 3:03 pm

Anyway, I think a number of posts here have made it crystal clear that the AdMU-DLSU rivalry does not merit labels such as “pathetic” or “walang kwenta”. If soem may feel that AdMU and DLSU are not important to the UAAP, fine. You are free to think that way. It may not be the brightest idea though to involve yourself in it; it being something you dont understand much anyway.”

Exactly. On matters that “outsiders” could never comprehend, the Ateneo and La Salle can find a common ground.

This article is simply between Ateneo and La Salle.

Mr. Tony Atyade, do not be so sure that La Salle is the most hated school in the UAAP. You’ve got us to contend with. hyukhyukhyuk.

22 09 2007
ponching

can pls someone enlighten me…i need to know how many championships ateneo and la salle got?

22 09 2007
Speed

NU did not win the game against Ateneo for La Salle. But La Salle did benefit from it, and so we thank them.

It’s not that NU’s asking for gratitude. We just feel like we want to thank them because without them, the Archers won’t have a second chance for the second spot.

22 09 2007
Speed

Ponching,

I can only answer re: UAAP championships. I’m not familiar to those times when they were still in the NCAA.

DLSU has 6 basketball titles (supposed to have 7, but the last one was handed over to FEU due to the ineligibility scandal), while Ateneo has 3.

Just in case you would also like to know about the other teams, FEU is the leader with 19 titles. UST and UE both have 18. UP has 2 while Adamson and NU both have 1.

22 09 2007
ponching

Thanks speed for the info…

23 09 2007
swingman

Thank you NU!

And no, I’m not bashing, being sarcastic, trying to annoy anyone or any some such.

Whether anybody here likes it or not, NU gave La Salle a 3rd chance to both beat Ateneo and secure a twice to beat advantage. Sure, they did not do it for us La Sallians, but are we not allowed to feel thankful to NU for, inadvertently or otherwise, giving us another chance?

2nd chances in life are few and far between. 3rd chances are even harder to come by. NU might not have set out to beat Ateneo to beat give us another crack at number 2, but that’s what happened. So thank you for that.

As NU was leaving the court after beating Ateneo, they were chanting “inuman na!” and if I ever come across them at a bar/resto, I am personally sending over a couple rounds of beer to their table, and maybe a couple extra plates of sisig if Jahnke and Fernandez are in the group.

Why? Because La Salle’s basketball campaign had 1 foot in the grave, and now they have one foot in the promised land. What’s not to be thankful for?

And if anyone still feels like nitpicking: CONGRATULATIONS N.U.! Thank you for beating Ateneo; you kept our chances alive =)

23 09 2007
The Green Mind

Speed,

Thanks for the accurate figures regarding the championships.

Considering that UST, FEU, UP and NU were original members (since 1938), it is not surprising the UST and FEU have as many championships as they have. UE joined the league in 1952 while Ateneo in 1978 and La Salle in 1986. Adamson joined in 1952, quit in 1953 and was re-admitted in 1970.

To put things in equal perspective, you have to see how long each team has been in the league.

FEU has had 19 titles in 69 years or about 27%. UST’s 18 in 69 years is about 26%. UP’s 2 titles in 69 years is about 3% and NU’s 1 title in 69 years is about 1%. UE’s 18 titles in 54 years is about 33%. Adamson’s 1 title in 27 years is 3%. Ateneo has had 3 titles in 28 years or 10%. La Salle has had 6 in 20 years or about 30%.

24 09 2007
ponching

that’s so very accurate green mind…thanks,now i see a clearer picture…
anyway…the game on thursday- how can i get a good ticket?

24 09 2007
Speed

The Green Mind,

Excellent ratio analysis. Now I see UE’s and DLSU’s efficiency in a brighter light. Thanks!

24 09 2007
Speed

Ponching,

Here are my tips for you to get a ticket:
1. Always the first option is Ticketnet.
2. Next would be the universities itself. (No longer a student? Check for some connections inside.)
3. If the first two options don’t work for you, and you have some money to spare, there are always the scalpers.
4. You may also want to try searching online. PEX and ebay.ph are some recommendations. But just like dealing with scalpers, expect the tickets to be overpriced though.
5. Be early at the Araneta on the game day itself. They always issue out SRO (Standing Room Only) tickets on the day itself. And since it’s a weekday, tickets don’t always get sold out, at least for Upper B and Gen Ad.

24 09 2007
ponching

speedy i think im going for tip #5…im no longer a student…thanks a lot…go blue…

24 09 2007
username

AdMU-DLSU STATS
(from ArcherPride)

FG%
DLSU — 39.1% (4th)
ADMU — 47.5% (1st)

FT%
DLSU — 63.7% (3rd)
ADMU — 67.7% (1st)

Steals (ave)
DLSU — 6.0 (2nd)
ADMU — 4.2 (6th)

Fastbreak Pts (ave)
DLSU — 15.1 (1st)
ADMU — 9.5 (8th)

Turnovers (ave)
DLSU — 15.4 (1st)
ADMU — 18.5 (5th)

24 09 2007
The Green Mind

I have been watching La Salle Ateneo games for 50 years and the stats go out the window when these 2 teams play.

These 2 teans are very evenly matched. The difference will be in the substitution patterns that each coach will implement.

27 09 2007
yehey

its now 3=1, Mr. Atayde. Please prepare a 4>1 article after Sunday.

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