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    Tuesday, September 13, 2011

    Tim Cone B-Meg Llamados' New Head Coach: Joins Their Practice Session, He is now Ready To Coach B-Meg

    The former head coach of the Alaska Aces, Coach Tim Cone, has finally found a new home. He's now part of the B-Meg Llamados' family as what is shown in the picture below. Cone was spotted in one of the Llamados' practice sessions. Indeed he's now part of the B-Meg family and he will be the new head coach of the Llamados for the PBA Season 37.

    Tim's appointment as the new head coach of the Llamados was personally confirmed by Governor Rene Pardo. Here's what he said:

    "It's official COACH TIM CONE na ang aming head starting today. COACH TIM CONE is a great addition to our team. We hope he can bring his magic to the BMEG LLAMADOS. Naki-usap si COACH TIM CONE na isama niya sa coaching staff sina JOHNNY ABARRIENTOS at JEFRREY CARIASO. Pumayag kami. So bale si ART DELA CRUZ babalik sa GINEBRA kapalit ni ABARRIENTOS. Si CARIASO naman papalitan yung nag retire na si REY EVANGELISTA."
    On a personal note, this picture below looks very promising and looks very formidable, not only because Tim Cone is in it, but also because Roger Yap and and Kerby Raymundo are now back in the fold of the Llamados and they look very healthy and very fresh.


    Anonymous said...

    I can smell Grand Slam.. uhyeah!!!

    NoUse4aName said...

    No grandslam aspirations for me yet. It's not gonna be easy for Bmeg to adopt the triangle offense overnight. Plus, Bmeg has a line up that is more patterned on half court set up plays. Bmeg do have the pieces that can learn and adopt the tri-offense, Jun Simon would be very very valuable at this point. So does James, Roger, Pingris and Rico. But nonetheless, It's Tim Cone, the best coach this generation has to offer. And one thing is for sure, Tim Cone would hurry things up by teaching the Tri-offense in a very short time. This is the reason why he brought Johnny and Cariaso with him, easily the 2 best players in his former Alaska '96 line up that knows the tri-offense very well.

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