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Pringle wants more from Globalport after first win

Globalport just notched its first win in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup, but skipper Stanley Pringle wants to see more effort from his team in the future games. The Batang Pier took the glow out of Rain or Shine with a 78-70 win Friday at Mall of Asia Arena in a game where defense became the all-encompassing theme. In its first two games, Globalport allowed its opponents to score upwards of 100 points and the 70 points the Elasto Painters scored were a testament to the Batang Pier's improved defense. Pringle, though, wants his team to rebound the ball more despite having a slight 59-56 edge over Rain or Shine in that statistical department. "It was a good win, but we need to...Keep on reading: Pringle wants more from Globalport after first win.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerJan 12th, 2018

UPDATE: PH blasts Kazakhstan in Asiad men’s basketball for opening win 

THE Philippine team on Thursday opened its men’s basketball campaign at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia with a bang by routing Kazakhstan, 96-59, behind Stanley Pringle’s scoring prowess. Pringle, the combo guard of GlobalPort (now Northport), tallied 18 points and four rebounds in the game at the Istora Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta.  JOSEF [...] The post UPDATE: PH blasts Kazakhstan in Asiad men’s basketball for opening win  appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsAug 16th, 2018

Asia, prepare for the Pringle-Lee-Clarkson backcourt

A backcourt of Stanley Pringle, Paul Lee, and Jordan Clarkson? Enough to be the best in Asia, if you ask former Gilas Pilipinas coach Tab Baldwin. With the entry of the Cleveland Cavaliers guard to the physical and explosive backcourt of Team Philippiines, the current Ateneo Blue Eagles head coach says that Gilas' opponents would have their hands full in guarding them. "So, you know, this is an exceptionally strong back court. I don't think Asia's seen anything like it, to be honest," Baldwin said in an interview at the ABS-CBN Integrated Sports Office. Even before the inclusion of Clarkson in the 12-man lineup in the quadrennial affair, Baldwin already noted the greatness of the backcourt, which includes the Globalport star, which he calls as 'one of the best point guards in Asia.' "Adding Jordan (Clarkson) will help a lot because it puts a guy in the lineup that can do some hard work in and around the basket. He's a good rebounder, he's got good size, strength and experience. But man, what a back court they have now produced." Asia better be ready for an 'exceptionally strong back court' of Stanley Pringle, Paul Lee, and of course, Jordan Clarkson, says coach Tab. "I don't think Asia's seen anything like it, to be honest."'#AsianGames | @abscbnsports pic.twitter.com/aIB0qjgrD5 — Philip Martin Matel (@philipptionary) August 15, 2018 In addition to calling Pringle, who was a former top pick in the PBA Rookie Draft, as the best in the continent, Baldwin added that the Lee is not too far behind. The American-Kiwi coach cited the intangibles those two possess since they create opportunities not just for themselves, but for the whole team's offense. "So it gives Yeng [Guiao] the luxury of running a pretty basic offensive action, which with the limited time they have to prepare, you're gonna love that. He's gonna love that." Even though Asia is not necessarily known for tough and physical play, having a backcourt like Pringle, Lee, and Clarkson will work wonders for the Guiao-mentored squad, and have a chance to create mismatches for the Philippine side. With that said, in order to win it all, which is not a far possibility Baldwin says, the loaded backcourt needs to be supported by a 'little bit small and thin' front court, with the tallest player being 45-year old 6 foot 9 Asi Taulava with 6 foot 8 Christian Standhardinger, 6 foot 8 Raymond Almazan and 6 foot 8 Poy Erram not too far behind. "I hope and pray that Christian and Beau and Poy and Asi, that these guys will do a good job on the board for us. If they do that, I think they'll be in good shape."   __   Follow this writer on Twitter, @philipptionary......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 15th, 2018

Stanley Pringle finally gets to represent PH in a 5-on-5 game

Stanley Pringle has always been a sought-after prospect for the national team ever since he joined the PBA in 2014 as the top overall pick of Globalport. After four years plying his trade in the pro league, Pringle final gets his shot to represent the Philippines in a 5-on-5 basketball game. Pringle is part of Yeng Guiao's 12-man team that will play in the Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia starting next week. READ:Even without Clarkson in lineup, Philippines ready to fight in Asian Games "I'm feeling great and like I said to a lot of people who have always asked me that it was always an honor when they [the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas] gave me that call and play for t...Keep on reading: Stanley Pringle finally gets to represent PH in a 5-on-5 game.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 11th, 2018

3x3 star Stanley Pringle debuts on 5x5 PH Team

Stanley Pringle goes two for two for representing the Philippines this 2018, first in the FIBA 3x3 World Cup last June and now in the 2018 Asian Games this August. News came out Sunday evening that after Philippines' initial Asiad withdrawal, the SBP, with the Rain-or-Shine core plus coach Yeng Guiao's wishlist players, are taking it back and are officially still sending a team to the quadrennial sports competition. "I just thank God for His blessings, for a great opportunity to represent the country. And, you know, as soon as they called me, it was no question. I told them, yeah, I'm down to play," Pringle shared, Monday evening after the first team practice in the Meralco Gym. The 3x3 star braces for a new challenge now that he is representing the three stars and the sun once again, this time in a 5x5 setting. This Asiad stint will be his Philippine team debut on a 5x5 event where he is considered as a 'local,' credits to the Asian Games' more lenient rules.  "It's a blessing. I prayed on it, and I finally got to do it with the 3-on-3, and now, as soon as they gave me the call, our manager Bonnie Tan gave me the call, and like I said, I'm happy to play, and I'm gonna give it my all, and it should be interesting, especially with this team." The Fil-American guard from Globalport is one of the non-ROS players that received a Guiao stamp of approval for the national team. "Coach Yeng, he's a great guy, man, and he works hard. I played with him in the All-Star, he's my coach for the All-Star, so what we're doing today, I'm already acclimated to it," said Pringle. Pringle is expected to load and boost the team's backcourt with his playmaking and shifty set of moves. He, together with the whole team, is set to leave for Indonesia on August 14. -- Follow this writer on Twitter, @cruzdanine.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 7th, 2018

PBA: Gutsy Grey rescues Globalport from elimination in Commissioner’s Cup

With Ed Daqioag all over him, Jonathan Grey launched the shot that would end or extend Globalport’s campaign in the 2018 PBA Commissioner’s Cup. Grey’s corner triple found the bottom of the net and proved to be the difference for the Batang Pier who rallied from as much as 12 points down to stun top-seeded Rain or Shine, 114-113, on Tuesday at the Araneta Coliseum. The second-year swingman wound up with a conference-high 22 points, the last three of which rescued his team from elimination. Eighth-seeded Globalport found itself chasing down the Elasto Painters for majority of the matchup. Rain or Shine even had a 12-point lead at the midway mark of the third quarter and was still ahead, 112-110, inside the last two minutes. Grey and Maverick Ahanmisi then traded splits from the stripe to put the score at 113-111 in favor of E-Painters with 16.2 ticks to go on the clock. Off a timeout, head coach Pido Jarencio put the ball, and his trust, on his starting guard who did nothing but come through. Rain or Shine still had 11.2 seconds to make something happen, but reinforcement Reggie Johnson bobbled the inbound pass from Chris Tiu and both of Johnson and Ahanmisi missed their game-tying tries. When the buzzer sounded, Jarencio and his wards were celebrating a stunning upset of the top seed that forces a do-or-die matchup for a semifinals spot on Thursday. Grey had the heroics, but Malcolm White showed the way for the Batang Pier all game long and totalled 28 points and 16 rebounds. Stanley Pringle was also all over the court and finished with 21 markers, nine boards, and nine assists. For the Elasto Painters, Johnson topped the scoring column with 24 points on top of 15 rebounds and six assists. Five other teammates were also in double-digits, including Raymond Almazan who had his own 17-point, 11-rebound double-double. Without an answer for Grey’s heroics, though, they have just lost their twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals. BOX SCORES GLOBALPORT 114 – White 28, Grey 22, Pringle 21, Anthony 11, Elorde 7, Taha 6, Tautuaa 6, Javelona 4, Espinas 3, Guinto 3, Teng 3, Arana 0 RAIN OR SHINE 113 – Johnson 24, Almazan 17, Yap 16, Ahanmisi 15, Daquioag 14, Tiu 10, Norwood 9, Belga 8, Torres 0 QUARTER SCORES: 24-26, 52-60, 83-91, 114-113 —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 10th, 2018

After topsy-turvy elims, PBA quarterfinals match ups are set

  A topsy-turvy elimination round in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup has paved the way for a potentially thrilling quarterfinals, which fires off on Monday. On Saturday, victories by TNT and Magnolia overset the quarterfinals match-ups. Rain or Shine, one of the biggest revelations this conference, emerged as the No. 1 team after finishing the eliminations with a 9-2 record. The reward for the Elasto Painters, however, is a date with the eighth-seeded GlobalPort Batang Pier and their explosive point guard Stanley Pringle, who had a 50-point outing this conference. Fortunately for Rain or Shine and No. 2 Alaska, which faces No. 7 Magnolia, both will have a twice-to...Keep on reading: After topsy-turvy elims, PBA quarterfinals match ups are set.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 8th, 2018

Ginebra leans on Thompson s lockdown defense, triple double in crucial win

When Stanley Pringle put up a career-high 50 points in Globalport's previous game, Barangay Ginebra immediately took notice. Gin Kings head coach Tim Cone knew they couldn't afford to let.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 7th, 2018

PBA: Ginebra enters playoffs with a 5-game winning streak

Brgy. Ginebra's comeback is complete. The Gin Kings smashed Globalport Friday at the Cuneta Astrodome, scoring a 116-98 win in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup. The Gin Kings already advanced to the quarterfinals earlier by virtue of Alaska's win over Phoenix but Ginebra will now enter the playoffs with a five-game winning streak for a 6-5 record. Just a couple of weeks ago, Ginebra was at 1-5 and in the brink of elimination. Now, they somehow found a way to avoid a twice-to-beat disadvantage. "I thought we scored well, we hit shots but I thought we created a lot of offense off our defense," head coach Tim Cone said. "That's what we're trying to do for the last five games," he added. With a top-6 spot on the line, the Gin Kings came out firing, scoring the first seven points of the game. That set the tone early as Ginebra dominated the rest of the way, leading by as many as 23 points in the second half, 81-58. Justin Brownlee had a big performance, firing 36 points to go along with 11 rebounds and six rebounds. Four locals scored in double figures led by 19 from Japeth Aguilar while Scottie Thompson posted a triple-double of 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists. The Batang Pier dropped to 5-6 and will like have a twice-to-beat disadvantage in the quarterfinals. Malcolm White led the team in scoring with 19 points.   The Scores: Ginebra (116): 36, Aguilar 19, Devance 16, Tenorio 11, Thompson 10, Slaughter 8, Ferrer 4, Chan 4, Mercado 3, Cruz 3, Caguioa 2, Manuel 0, Caperal 0, Mariano 0 GlobalPort (98): White 19, Tautuaa 15, Pringle 14, Anthony 14, Taha 10, Grey 6, Espinas 6, Elorde 4, Guinto 4, Teng 3, Arana 3, Javelona 0, Flores 0 Quarter scores: 30-25, 58-45, 88-72, 116-98   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 6th, 2018

PBA: Scottie Thompson has 'quadruple-double' in Ginebra win

Stanley Pringle had 50 points in his last outing for Globalport in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup. Friday against Ginebra, he only had 14 points. That's because Scottie Thompson shut him down. Scottie held Pringle to only 5 of 11 shooting from the field, while that's respectable, the glaring stat is the fact that Stanley shot 10 three pointers, making four of them. Pringle went 1 of 1 inside the arc. Scottie never allowed Stanley to get close. "Naging committed lang ako from the start kasi yun talaga ang challenge para sakin," Thompson said on his defense on Pringle. "Sa practice namin yun talaga yung winork-out namin, talagang i-limit si Pringle sa mga touches niya. Hindi naman namin siya ma-stop eh so yung goal lang namin is i-limit yung touches niya," he added. On top of his tough defensive stand on Pringle, Thompson also messed around and got himself a triple double in the huge Ginebra win. Scottie finished with 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists but for head coach Tim Cone, his prized guard might as well be awarded with a quadruple-double. "It just shows Scottie isn't just a triple-double guy, with defense he's a quadruple guy," Cone said on Thompson's performance. "He certainly did double digits in defense tonight," he added.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 6th, 2018

B-Pier mauls Dyip

GLOBALPORT boosted its playoff chances after a masterful 133-115 victory over Columbian in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Stanley Pringle proved to be unstoppable on offense last night as he carried the Batang Pier to their fifth win in 10 games with a monster performance of….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJun 23rd, 2018

Batang Pier advance on Stanley gem

Stanley Pringle pulled a steal then stuffed in a one-handed dunk to cap a jaw-dropping 50-point show as GlobalPort made a big turnaround from a shattering loss two nights back, blasting Columbian Dyip, 133-115, to all but seal a playoff entry in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last night......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

Pringle explodes for 50 as GlobalPort dumps Columbian

Stanley Pringle exploded for a career-best 50 points as GlobalPort dumped Columbian, 133-115, in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Friday night. Pringle also set a league's season-high and all-time best for GlobalPort, according to PBA statistician Fidel Mangonon. He nailed nine three-pointers in the thrilling performance that went with five rebounds, six assists and three steals. "Tonight was Stanley's show. I played like him college," said head coach Pido Jarencio, one of the deadliest shooters in league history, in jest. The last player to have reached the 50-point mark was Asi Taulava, who poured 51 points for Talk N' Text in the 2004 Fiesta Conference. Pringle's heroic...Keep on reading: Pringle explodes for 50 as GlobalPort dumps Columbian.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

Stanley Pringle hits half-century mark as GlobalPort blasts Columbian

MANILA, Philippines – Stanley Pringle displayed his offensive arsenal in full effect as as he gave GlobalPort a fighting chance in the playoff race of the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup.  In a performance for the ages, Pringle exploded for a career-high 50 points in the Batang Pier's 133-115 demolition of the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

Pido Jarencio tips hat to 50-point man Stanley Pringle

MANILA, Philippines – Like coach, like player.  Stanley Pringle did what no one has ever done in the PBA in 14 years by erupting for 50 points. And GlobalPort head coach Pido Jarencio couldn't help but compare the spitfire guard to himself back when he was the one torching the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

PBA: Pringle drops 50 points as Globalport makes playoff push

Stanley Pringle just had the best scoring performance by a local in 14 years. Pringle scored a career-high 50 points, leading Globalport to a big 133-115 win over Columbian in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Wednesday at the Big Dome. Stanley set his new career high of 37 points after three quarters. He added another 13 in the fourth to make a run for 50. His last score was a breakaway slam in the final minute. Pringle's 50 points is the most since Asi Taulava scored 51 for Talk 'N Text in the 2004 Fiesta Conference. Taulava was the last local to break the 50-point barrier......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

PBA: Stanley Pringle is first local to score 50 points in 14 years

Stanley Pringle didn't really care about scoring 50 points. But after he got to 48, his team wanted him to go for 50. So he did. Pringle scored a new career high of 50 points Wednesday, leading Globalport to a crucial 133-115 win over Columbian in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup. Stanley's 50 was also a franchise record and a PBA season high. Pringle is the first local to break the 50-point barrier in 14 years or since Asi Taulava scored 51 points for Talk 'N Text in a victory over Purefoods in the 2004 Fiest Conference. "I wasn't thinking about 50 points, I was just thinking about getting the ball to the rim because my shot has been flat. Finally made some threes and then next thing you know I have 40 something points," Stanley said. "When I hit 48 then they were like oh get two more points, leak out. So I was like alright. Coach didn't even want to sub me out, he was like score to more. So I was okay, I need two more," Pringle added. 50-point games in the PBA are rare, let alone those that were done by locals. Apparently, despite his reputation as a deadly scorer, 50-point games are rare for Pringle too. "Last time I scored 50 I think I was in junior high, long time ago. I was like in 7th grade so it's been a while," he said. "But in here, you play so many games so eventually somebody is gonna score a lot of points," Pringle added. Scoring 50 was nice but Pringle is focused on more important things like making the playoffs. At 5-5, the Batang Pier have a fighting chance of making it to the next round. "I honestly don't care about the 50 points, I'd rather get to the playoffs and do something in the playoffs," Stanley said.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 22nd, 2018

GlobalPort s Pringle named PBA week s best

GlobalPort guard Stanley Pringle chalked up his first Cignal-PBA Press Corps Player of the Week award following his scintillating performance in the Batang Pier’s king-sized upset of defending champion San Miguel Beer......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 19th, 2018

PBA: Stanley Pringle awarded first POW for Comm s Cup

Fil-American guard Stanley Pringle chalked up his first Cignal-PBA Press Corps Player of the Week award following his scintillating performance in GlobalPort’s king-sized upset of defending champion San Miguel Beer. The shifty guard out of Penn State churned out all-around numbers of 22 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals, leading the Batang Pier to a 98-94 win over the Beermen last Wednesday. Pringle, fresh from representing the Philippines in the recent 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup, saved his best in the final period when he scored eight points, grabbed two rebounds and made a crucial steal that led to a Mo Tautuaa basket in the dying seconds to seal GlobalPort’s fourth win in eight matches. GlobalPort is currently tied for fifth to sixth spots with SMB with the PBA Commissioner’s Cup elimination round heading to its last three weeks. Pringle's sterling effort enabled him to seal his first weekly citation this conference, beating Meralco’s Jared Dillinger and KG Canaleta, Rain or Shine’s James Yap and Beau Belga and Ginebra playmaker LA Tenorio. GlobalPort will have two big games coming up this week, starting with Phoenix on Wednesday, before facing Columbian Dyip two days later—the results of which could determine their playoff fate in the mid-season conference. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 18th, 2018

GlobalPort scores breakthru vs SMB

Stanley Pringle, Nico Elorde and Moala Tautuaa delivered as GlobalPort bucked the ouster of Malcomn White on technical infractions with over eight minutes left to play, stunning titleholder San Miguel Beer, 98-94, to regain a .500 mark in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup at the MOA Arena last night......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 14th, 2018

GlobalPort rises to 4-4, snaps San Miguel’s 3-game streak

GlobalPort toppled San Miguel, 98-94, in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Wednesday at Mall of Asia Arena. The Batang Pier reached .500 territory with a 4-4 record and in the process, snapped the Beermen's three-game winning streak. Stanley Pringle came up with a crucial steal on Alex Cabagnot that led to a layup by Moala Tautuaa on the other end for the Batang Pier's 97-94 lead with 19 seconds left. Globalport and San Miguel went tit-for-tat in the final six minutes of the game with Cabagnot scoring on a 3-pointer to give the Beermen an 89-88 lead before Kelly Nabong made a layup to give Batang Pier the 90-89 bubble. Reigning four-time MVP June Mar Fajardo tied the game a...Keep on reading: GlobalPort rises to 4-4, snaps San Miguel’s 3-game streak.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018