Posted by: sportsandbeans | July 21, 2006

UAAP Season 69: Early Picks for MVP Per Team

Milo

by Milo

With only a few games written on the pages of UAAP Season 69 history, the UAAP saw some early upstarts, ones who are doing extremely well that they will surely be candidates at the Most Valuable Player award if it were awarded today.

Their strong performances in their first games, if they maintain it, may very well buy them a bid at a shot at the most coveted prize for an individual in the league.

I’ve singled out the players in each team who I believe is leading the charge in UAAP Season 69.

The players listed below are in no particular order.

UST LogoJervy Cruz, University of Santo Tomas (UST)
What the heck? Who is this guy and why is he performing so well? This rookie from UST is playing like a madman in his first two games. In his first outing, a losing cause, against University of the Philippines, he instantly popped for a double-double scoring 16 points and snatching 15 boards. He even did better against defending champions Far Eastern University. In only 29 minutes of action, he scored a whopping 25 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and swatted 5 shots away. All that, and he’s shooting 60% in the field goal category. He even gave the winning assist to snatch the victory away from FEU. If this athlete would not win the MVP award if his team does not reach the final four, then this guy is certainly a shoo-in for the Rookie of the Year award. UST could finally grab that slot in the final four just because of this guy.

ADMU LogoDoug Kramer, Ateneo Blue Eagles (ADMU)
Not your butterfingers power forward anymore! The puppy has grown up, and now Doug Kramer is really outperforming himself compared to his previous four years in the Ateneo Blue Eagles. Though his start was nothing to laud about, scoring only 9 points and grabbing 6 rebounds, his performances in the next two games were outstanding. He reached double-double twice, scoring 20 and grabbing 10 boards in the second game, and 14 points and 11 rebounds in the next. All of these with the high field goal percentage he is known for for the past years. Maybe, having the courage to model underwear for Bench Fever has flicked the power switch on in Doug to be a more focused and intense athlete. =)

ADU LogoKen Bono, Adamson Soaring Falcons (ADU)
This man is certainly superb in this season 69 of the UAAP. I’ve watched this guy lead the Adamson Soaring Falcons for years, but this season, he is playing his heart out. Back then, he was a bit of a liability because he had issues with his weight that he looked like a big jug of milk huffing and puffing up and down the court. Now, he seems to be fitter, albeit still wide, but he can carry himself on the hardcourt better than before. Playing in his fourth year, he’s been all over the place, going double-double in his first two games, scoring 20 a-piece, and grabbing 11 and 15 boards to boot. He even added 2 blocks in his first game for good measure. I’ll even forgive him for fumbling the ball against the Ateneo Blue Eagles in the dying seconds after the Chris Tiu three-point shot and costing them the game just because he is playing that well. He scored 19 points and grabbed 6 rebounds against the Eagles.

UP LogoMarvin Cruz, University of the Philippines (UP)
Though he turns the ball way too much for the UP Fighting Maroons this year, there is no denying that whenever he steps on the hardcourt, the pace of the game will certainly heat up. If you need a stat sheet filler, then this is your guy. He’s all over the place, doing everything, and probably one of the first to possibly get a triple-double this season. In his first game against UST, he netted 25 points, 7 rebounds, 8 assists, 4 steals and even one block. He scored 29 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals for the Maroons against the Eagles on July 16. He is one of the most feared point guards (note: point guard getting rebounds) in the league. Now with LA Tenorio gone and De La Salle Green Archers suspended, he could arguably be the best point guard in the UAAP this season.

FEU LogoJonas Villanueva, Far Eastern University (FEU)
Probably two steps behind against Marvin Cruz in the point guard position, this athlete, playing in his second year, has done wonders for the FEU Tamaraws despite having lost their first two games. Much like Marvin Cruz, he is a stat sheet filler sans the heavy turnover rate. Jonas put up 18 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and a whopping 4 steals against UE. He then preceded to give the Tamaraws 16 points, 4 rebounds, 7 assists and 1 steal against UST. He however, should shoot less from the three-point arc and try to drive to the hoop more, or dish if need be. There is a lot of potential in this young fellow, and more likely than not, he will still continue to improve in the future games of the Tamaraws, and will most likely be one of the stars of FEU next year.

NU LogoEdwin Asoro, National University (NU)
If he was good in his past two years for the NU Bulldogs, then look at him now. Though he keeps on shooting like a madman in the three point area even if he is a power forward, Edwin has led the NU Bulldogs well, scoring 17 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in their first outing in a losing cause against the Ateneo Blue Eagles. He then followed up with 18 points, 13 boards, 2 assists, 1 steal and 4 blocks against Adamson. Yes, he has an ugly field goal percentage, but so is Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA. Asoro is certainly the leader of the Bulldogs this time around, and if he keeps this up, then NU will probably beat some team here and avoid being the perennial cellar dwellers of the UAAP. (I’m guessing FEU will be the first)

UE LogoBon Custodio, University of the East (UE)
It was a hard pick for UE since no one has stood out as the dominant one yet. The UE Warriors have played such a team game that anyone could be the best player in this point in time. It was either Custodio or Mark Borboran as my pick for the UE Red Warriors. Heck, I could even place Marcy Arellano here. However, for this article, I would tip my hat to Bon Custodio. This shooting guard of the University of the East is only in his second year, but he’s already making waves here in season 69. He is leading the team in terms of scoring and he also contributes in other categories as well. With a fifty percent field goal percentage in both of his outings, he garnered 13 points, 2 rebounds and 4 assists in his first game. He then proceeded to top that with 18 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. Coach Dindo Pumaren certainly has bred such a fine team for Season 69 that they are most certainly one of the favorites to win the crown and a hard one to choose a real standout player.

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  1. Uhm wel.. for me,i guez. doug kramer would be the best choice for mvp..he’s good inside the court..he looks like the amateur-filipino version of kevin garnett.wel, i think would be great if they claim the trophy dis year coz they deserve it…

  2. Hi there yAn2!

    I wholeheartedly agree that Doug Kramer is a good choice for MVP. He has grown a lot since his rookie year, and now is a dominant force inside the paint. His teammate JC Intal is not a far second for the Ateneo team.

    But for this time, it is still a toss-up. It could go to either those two guys, or main consistent factors like Kenneth Bono of the Adamson Falcons who is probably playing the best season in his entire career, Edwin Asoro if only NU could grab more wins, and Bonbon Custodio of the UE Red Warriors. Gervy Cruz is a shoo-in for rookie of the year, but has fallen probably in the MVP race due to the dismal performances he has shown lately.

    Let’s see where the second round takes the UAAP teams, and from there, maybe your choice will hoist the coveted MVP Crown.

    Thanks for the insight!
    Milo

  3. Hey,.how about the boy wonder from la salle high school??..Migs de Asis, who is so confident as a rookie, although he is only a teenager?..he should be in top of the list for rookie of the year, ryt?? because the point is this guy made a lot of 3’s, made couple of big shot including a game winner, and even break the ankle of Chris Tiu in their last outing..ryt? and this guy is taking charge as of late because of the struggle of Marvin Cruz..,and if you compare him with the guy from UST Jervy Cruz,,com’mon.,,this guy has a lot of great players and big players around him that could gelp him,,while de Asis for UP is doing it with mostly rookies around him,,then this guy is a “BIG TIME PLAYER”..

  4. Hi there leBron “James”!

    My, how things have shifted since I posted this article on the 21st of July.

    Maybe I’ll write an article about UAAP’s rookie of the year per team soon.

    But while we are on that topic, yes, as you pointed out, Migs de Asis has really stepped up his game when Marvin Cruz was struggling (though Marvin’s numbers, sans the abundant turnovers, aren’t that bad). I’ve thought about putting de Asis here in the MVP topic, but as of that time, Marvin looked better compared to de Asis.

    But with all the facts that you’ve pointed out, he is a strong case for that award.

    However, Migs may still want to develop that touch on the three-point line. Yes, he made a lot of threes, but he also made a lot of attempts as well to get that abundant number of threes. He made 19 threes in the first round, but it took him 54 attempts, or only around 35% from the three point area.

    Most of his attempts are low-percentage shots from behind the arc, and his Field Goal percentage suffers from that as well since he takes more threes than twos. A best example of this would be their win against UST, where he scored 6 three pointers. Out of his 16 shots that game, 15 were three pointers. And that’s a risky, risky way of helping his team.

    If Migs does not make his shots, then he would be doing more damage to his team in the process since he requires more touches and attempts on the ball than the average player. That will then destroy the flow of the game for his team. Hence UP’s loss to the UE Red Warriors. He shot 0-5 from the three point area, while sporting a 2-9 field goal percentage.

    Yes, Allen Iverson and Michael Jordan also had low field goal percentages in their career, but unlike Migs, they produce more in other stats and take more shots inside, thus leading to higher point production. Jordan’s mid-range jumpers, and Iverson’s slash to a lay-up is less risky than a shot from the rainbow territory.

    Migs de Asis mainly contributes to the point production of UP alone whileas Jervy Cruz also helps out in the rebounding department. If de Asis can contribute in another category, say assists or rebounds, or up his field goal percentage, then he would have a bigger chance of garnering that award.

    But as for now, I’ll still tip my hat slightly to Jervy Cruz for Rookie of the Year just because he contributes more to his team. And more often than not, in the UAAP, stats dictate a huge factor (hence the factor of the statistical leaders) in choosing the MVP or in Jervy and Migs’ case, the Rookie of the Year. Jervy has been averaging double-doubles in points and rebounds in 5 out of the 6 games in the first round, while sporting a very good field goal percentage at that, around a 64% field goal clip to be exact. Compare that to Migs’ 38% field goal clip, and we can see a huge discrepancy in shooting efficiency. If my memory serves me correctly, I think Jervy leads the entire league in efficiency as well as rebounds, and is in the top ten in scoring averages.

    Feel free to post in your thoughts.

    The UAAP still has an entire second round ahead, and I’m sure things will still change by then. Jervy’s numbers have been going down lately, so Migs’ now has a bigger room to exploit and prove that he is indeed Rookie of the Year material.

    Thanks for sharing your insights!

    Milo

  5. ah, yeah,,.you have a point there,,tnx MILO,,can i ask about some biographical info about Migs???tnx..

  6. i believe that jervy cruz of the ust growling tigers will get the rookie of the year award. although he’s numbers are going down lately. you can never change the fact that he still averages more than enough for a rookie player. no offense for the migs de asis fans but de asis only contributes in his 3 pts. shots. its a good thing if de asis nails his 3 pts. everytime they have a game but the big question there is what if he dosent? right? that will definetly hurt his team. not unlike jervy cruz who you can rely on the inside shooting and who can grab rebounds,who can block and shoot from the freethrow area and sometimes steal as well. ust definetly have some talented new boys on their team so its not surprising if they grab the title of the champs in 2-3 yrs. from now.

  7. Bon Bon from UE has got to be one of the more offensively gifted guards that I’ve seen in the many years that I’ve been following the UAAP.He clearly is the go to guy of the warriors. He commands so much respect in defense that he is able to use this to make his’ teammates involve in offense.However, He tends to lose control towards crucial moments in a game and at times does not display his’ A game in important games.I must say though that he played a hell of a game earlier against ateneo.He will definitely be a strong candidate for the MVP award.

    But for me right now, Ken Bono and JC intal are the top candidates,with Bono having a slight edge.These 2 players are the main reason why their teams are the way they are right now.

    I am convinced that the MVP award will really depend on the outcome of the final four due to the very small differences that No.1-2 and 3 candidates have against each other.

  8. Good day Joseph!

    Yes, you are correct about Bon-Bon Custodio this year, and also with picking Ken Bono and JC Intal as favorites to win the MVP this year. This article was made early in the season when there were only one to two games finished for each team. It was an early prediction in my part.

    See my new topic about the UAAP Season 69 Individual awards here dated last September 5: https://sportsandbeans.wordpress.com/2006/09/05/individual-awards-uaap-season-69-picks/

    Maybe you can comment on my choices this time around.

    Thanks for writing!

    M

  9. hmn..di magaling c kramer!plus ang daya pa ng team na yan,ng ateneo.napakadaya talaga.dapat natalo cla ng up nun sa araneta pero dahil bayad na ang referee,wala ng nagawa ang lahat dahil nuknukan talaga ng daya ng ateneo!di ba cla nahihiya na nananalo lang cla dahil sa pera nila ndi dahil magaling cla?hay..kakadismaya.amg sasama pa pala ng ugali nian.pinagmumura nila nun kelan un adamson palibhasa e nalamangan cla ng sobra2.hay naku..

  10. kun meron mang dapat maging mvp,c marvin cruz na un! iba talaga cia grabe! 🙂

  11. Hey there flying high,

    By claiming that a certain school bribed the referee as the main reason a team lost, then you’ve just made a very serious allegation right there. All our favorite teams in the professional and amateur leagues have experienced a close game where the referee seemingly assisted one team into attaining the victory whether it be a true or bad call. Referees are only human, and they make mistakes like any human would. Let’s not automatically assume that position when your team loses the game. Think about it. You do not want to be called a cheater as well even if you did not do such a thing right? Let us not jump the gun and resort to the easiest reasoning escape of all time. Can’t a team actually win a basketball game out of its own merit?

    As for cursing, I’m sure in an intense moment, many players have a share of that “problem”. I remember the time when the camera focused on UE’s Rob Labagala, and he mouthed clearly the P word after a foul was called on him. And probably the biggest cursing fight of all recently was whatever Materazzi said to Zidane that caused the French player to attack the Italian with a headbutt.

    Judging by your post, I say you’re an alumnus, a student or a die-hard fan of UP. I agree with you, Marvin Cruz has been stellar all season long. He has been the leader of the Fighting Maroons, upping the intensity and power to the max, and this translated into an average of 16.8 points, 7.9 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 1.8 steals per game. Sadly though, this did not translate into more wins as he lacked support from his main men. This fact alone would hurt his chances in grabbing that MVP plum. He also only ranks fourth in the statistical race behind Adamson’s Ken Bono, Ateneo’s JC Intal and UST’s Jervy Cruz.

    I beg to differ on your opinion on Kramer. Yes, he may not be as athletically gifted as Marvin Cruz, but he has been a factor this entire season for the Blue Eagles that without him, they would not even contend for a sweep. For this season, he has been amazing especially when compared to his previous years. It cannot be due to pure luck alone. 6 double-doubles for the season cannot be called luck, the highlight being the 16 points 19 boards production against UP in the second round.

    The stats don’t lie. Kramer’s averages 13.6 points. 9.7 rebounds, 0.8 blocks, 1.6 turnovers, 2.2 fouls, with a 53% field goal clip. Doug Kramer also ranks fifth in the statistical point race, a little under 2 points behind UP’s Marvin Cruz.  If statistical points are a measure of a player’s contribution to the team both defensively and offensively, then Doug Kramer may not be as bad as you think. 

    I hate to compare, but if Nestor David had Kramer’s numbers especially in the stats of fouls and turnovers, then maybe UP would be in a better position right now.  Nestor David’s stat line this season is 11.8 points, 7.1 rebounds, a block, 2.8 turnovers and 3.8 fouls with a 50% FG clip.  Those extra points and rebounds would also help a lot in those tight games UP had the entire season.

    Thanks for your comments flying high!

    M

    For everyone:
    Take note that this article was on Friday, Jul 21st, 2006 at 11:52 pm. There were only 2-3 game finished, hence the title Early Picks for MVP. For my view on the MVP race and the other individual awards in Season 69, go to –https://sportsandbeans.wordpress.com/2006/09/05/individual-awards-uaap-season-69-picks/

  12. hi there! well after UST’s win over UE in last Sunday’s final four matchup. The future is looking bright for the country’s oldest university in setting up a new dynasty in the post Espino, Bal David, Cantonjos era. UE is definitely a tough nut to crack but i personally believe that UST has the depth and the attitude to go all the way (as you can see from the eliminations). Ateneo and the rest of the teams are sooo luccky that UST was never in full force most of the time. But i can commend Coach Pido’s never say die attitude with a mix of school pride (bec he is an alumnus obviously) makes the equation more suitable for championship this time. Win or lose I take my hats off to all the players especially the seniors for doing well and the coaching staff for their efforts. I’m pretty sure that God has been good to the Dominicans and blessing the Thomasian community eversince but right now he is also smiling…

  13. i think, KEN BONO of ADAMSON UNIVERSITY deserves to be an MVP this year! man, averaging double-doubles every game.. he is like an DIRK NOWITZKI type.. this FINAL FOUR at THE BIG DOME.. 34 points ata yung ginawa nya (hindi ko alam kung kasama yung foul counted na pinasok nya nung remaining second on that game) even im an RED WARRIOR FAN.. KEN deserves to be an MVP!! anyways, BON-BON CUSTODIO too.. damn.. SMOOTH MOVE!! he’s like, TIM HARDAWAY!! even they lost to UST!! tommorow thursday.. i’ll be there in BIG DOME to watch DO-OR-DIE game between UE and UST!! GO WARRIORS!! TANGGALIN NYO YUNG SUMPA NA PARATING FINAL FOUR KAYO NATATALO! NANGYARI NARIN YAN NUNG PANAHON NI JAMES YAP! SANA WAG NG MAULIT! WATCH THE GAME!! ENJOY!

  14. i like jc intal to be the MVP!! un lang.. he is a superb player, not too hungry for points, and he’s doing a very good team cpatain.

  15. I think art copada will gather the rokie/mvp this 2006 uaap season. he is the man inside the court. no one can stop him.

  16. hi guys! ITS YELLOW FEVER ALL OVER! GOD BLESS THE THOMASIANS! GO USTE! ONE BIG BITE!

  17. UNIVERSITAS SANCTI THOMAE THE CHAMPIONS OF SEASON 69 UAAP! TIGER POWER! GLORY TO GOD!

  18. UST the 2006 UAAP Champion beat Ateneo De Manila 76-74

  19. I CONGRATULATE THE THOMASIAN COMMUNITY FOR THEIR WELL DESERVED WIN OVER THE OVER CONFIDENT ATENEO. I REALLY THINK THAT THE TIGERS HUMBLED THEMSELVES ENOUGH TO WIN THE MUCH COVETED PLUM. I SAY THIS BECAUSE I AM IN REAL DISGUST OVER WHAT THE ATENEANS SHOWED WHEN THEY RECEIVED THE SECOND PLACE TROPHIES AND MEDALS. THEY SHOWED THEIR REAL COLORS, SPOILED BRATTY KIDS FROM A HIGHLY RESPECTED INSTITUTION. I WAS REALLY DISMAYED WITH THE WAY THEY STOOD UP, FACES LOOKING SARCASTIC AS IF THEY ARE THE MOST PERFECT TEAM IN THE WORLD. EVEN THE MAN WHO DID A GESTURE OF NOT RECEIVING THE MEDAL IN BEHALF OF SOMEBODY, WASNT A PRETTY SIGHT. MY GOD WE ARE ALL EQUAL HUMAN BEINGS, SAY WHAT YOU WANT TO SAY BUT I DONT GIVE A DAMN IF UR AN ATENEAN OR NOT. BUT PEOPLE EXPECT THE HIGHEST OF MORALS IF YOUR FROM A SCHOOL LIKE ATENEO. WELL INDEED UST SHOWED CLASS AND I BELIEVE THAT EVEN IF WE LOST THE GAME, WE WOULD BE PROUD AND EVEN CONGRATULATE ATENEO FOR PUTTING UP A FAIR FIGHT, UNLIKE SOME ROTTEN EGGS IN THE ATENEO ESPECIALLY THE OVERCONFIDENT, SUPER BLOATED EGOS OF THE PLAYERS. IM SORRY IF I DONT SEEM TO END MY SENTENCE WITH A PERIOD BUT I AM REALLY IN DISGUST. WATCH THE REPLAY AND YOU’LL SEE WHAT I MEAN. ANYWAY, I HOPE NEXT YEAR THERE WOULD BE A RULING THAT PEOPLE WHO CANNOT ACCEPT DEFEAT SHOULD ALSO BE BANNED FROM THE UAAP OR ANY SPORTS MEET FOR THAT MATTER. MAHIRAP NA GANYAN NA ATTITUDE, HINDI PORKE MAYAMAN KAYO AT ATENEO KUNO, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE DICKHEADS IN FRONT OF GENERALLY WHOLESOME PEOPLE. WELL I SHARE UR SENTIMENT THAT MASAKIT MATALO PERO YOU DONT NEED TO BE SARCASTIC AND MAYAYABANG. AS FOR NOW CONGARTULATIONS TO THE UST TIGERS HANDS DOWN THE REAL CHAMPIONS IN HEART AND HUMILITY!

  20. masakit bilang fan ng ateneo na matalo kasi expected na yun ehhhhhhh….. nawala pa ……….babawi kami next season.a better and stronger team…………………

  21. cgurado yan

  22. next time na lang….maging champ din uli kami

  23. i’m NEITHER an Atenean nor a Thomasian..i agree that the growling tigers deserve this season’s winning title and they sure have a good chance for the next year or so coz they undeniably made it this far and they worked hard for it not jst by sure luck on their side..the recent championship game was indeed intensifying and i should say that both universities went far from that they were the two teams who battled for this year’s title..the blue eagles are also known to be one of the best teams..and yes it’s disappointing not to bring home the bacon when you’re expected by your community when you know you already gave all your best..YET i feel sorry for that person who commented on this page too about how disgusted he (or she..whatever..) is with the non-winning team..were you there live watching the game3?you even ask the people here to watch the replay to prove your words..?but you yourself,haven’t you witnessed the respect that the Ateneans gave to the Thomasians during the game?to cite is when they cheered and applauded the Growling Tigers team as winners,and when they stood to respect them too with during their school hymn (and otherwise on the ust when they might have been so overwhelmed with the win they continued cheering and chanting for their school when it’s already the Blue Eagles team’s turn for school hymn being sung,but that’s understood..and the players (and staff) of each respective team gave each other a hug and a hand during the dramatic ending of the game..of course in joy and in pain for why they all cried in tears..but not in hate or whatsoever angst you may call..you don’t have to generalize the poeple whom you may be thinking as such,coz as you’ve said we’re just all human beings..if the losing team doesnt accept the fate,you think they’d still be on that game after losing the other games in the past seasons? oh my, so many words to say but i don’t think it’ll be enough as an eye-opener for that person too.. i’m just a little concerned about it, coz a lot of people may be visiting this site then read on with that comment which i think isn’t really that credible. well, but maybe that guy really plays good basketball? lol… so much for that,..you just took my attention so far.. congarts uste and see yah next year ateneo..both teams should keep up the good work..great job with a powerful heart and a strong faith who wishes to give pride for their respective communities! aim high guys! 🙂

  24. HAHAHA… SO STUPID I DIDNT KNOW KAGAD THAT THE GUY I’M GIVING A HEADS-UP IS A THOMASIAN… TAMA PO BA KO SIR!? HAHAhA… cge now i understand why you seem to be bias….. wahahaha.. congratz pa rin anwy…. 🙂

  25. yo hi anonymous! with due respect to your comment. i was there since the UE games. All three games in the finals i was there almost near the bench to be exact. what i said is that for the people to watch the games on tv so that they can themselves see what i saw personally. as far as i know almost all of the people that i conversed with, was disgusted with what they saw wheteher on tv or live. i am not generalizing the whole ateneo community, well in fact i said that they should not look sarcastic just because they expected toooo muchh. its their fault because expecting tooo muchhh without favorable results can always lead to disaster. i feel sorry for them. because i was somewhat affected with the way other atenean bloggers called us stupid because of the first game, sorry iba kami magalit. sa laro nalang nyo tignan. to you anonymous, i played basketball also during my heydays and what i can say is that i am giving my own opinion based on what i saw and not on my basketball skills. and i do not feel sorry for saying i saw dickheads on the attitude of the players and other people on the court. sometime if you are free we can grab a beer and watch the game on again (i’ll have it copied for you if u want) especially the awarding part. or maybe send it to you for you to watch it over and over again and give your supposed to be IMPARTIAL COMMENT regarding this issue. AND YES I AM A THOMASIAN FOR YOUR INFORMATION. and from the very beggining since they were having losing streaks, i believed in them but did not expect. magkaiba yun. do some research if you want.

  26. HI TO ALL UAAP FANS!! I have so many questions.. Can anyone answer there?? First i would like to congratulate UST Tigersfor being the Champion of th UAAP Season 69 but wait there is a text messages that UST is a cheater.. The issue is that UST paid Bonbon Custodio to what they call “ibenta ang laro” in game one of the Final Four against UST that’s the reason why He did not play in the Game two of the Final Four… according to my friend, a UE student, he is now ban in all UAAP, PBL, PBA etc. he will not play anymore for UE…

    hey milo.. can you send me a website where there is a list of UAAP MVPs??
    Or just mail me in my e-mail address!! Thank You Very Much..

  27. Any one there!! pls tell me a website where i can find a list of UAAP MVPs… Thanks… just post it here.

  28. bat wala jan c jc???

  29. i love UAAP

  30. teamwork

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