Thursday, September 29, 2011

PBA Teams 2011-2012 Line-Up (Brgy. Ginebra Kings)

A complete Line-Up of your favorite PBA team for this incoming 2011-12 season.

                                                and Predictions

Of your favorite team/s will be discuss. How will they maximize their talent? Who will be the strongest and the weakest team? Who will be favored to win the first conference? More questions will be ask but we will give you the answers with every team in the league.

If everything is ready. Let's start with the crowd favorite.

Barangay Ginebra Kings
Co-Head Coach: Joseph Uichico
                         Siot Tanquingcen

#      Players
1      Mike Cortez
2      Billy Mamaril
Image by the PBA
4      Jimbo Aquino
5      Robert Labagala
6      JC Intal
9      Nino Canaleta
13    Jay-jay Helterbrand
18    Yancy de Ocampo
20     Reil Cervantes
23     Rico Villanueva
24     John Wilson
27     Willy Wilson
47     Mark Caguioa
71     Ronald Tubid
30     Eric Menk

They still have the solid line-up with Mark "The Spark" Caguioa, Helterbrand, Tubid and Villanueva. They also have the young talents that can be ready for the re-building of the team, namely, Jimbo Aquino, John Wilson and JC Intal.

But Gin Kings really in-need of Big Men, especially now that Eric Menk is out and they lost Rudy Hatfield. They need to pick up an additional big guy that can fight position inside the paint.

Yancy de Ocampo, is no doubt a big guy but the question is can he improve his low-post game? He can shoot outside shot but they need to operate inside to give the small guys room to execute outside, it will be too crowded outside when de Ocampo will play outside as well. Willy Wilson is an undersized big man, we all know that, but how long the Gin Kings can tolerate the miss match that will happen in every game? He can speed up the game because he can run and his match up will be slower than him.

Guards will not be a problem for the Gin Kings, they are loaded with talented young guns and also the veteran small guys.

Overall, Gin Kings are still intact and can make another run for a championship, not to mentioned that they have a sixth man (of course the crowd) that can fire them up and play like losing is not an option.

They can end up in the top four team in the first conference, or even in the top two, we disregard the injuries that might happen anytime. Should we expect a trade in the middle of the season? Why not! for a good big man, they should consider that.

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