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    Monday, July 23, 2012

    2012 PBA Draft Order of Teams and The Players Who Might Get Drafted This Year





    The 2012 PBA Draft will already be on August 19, 2012 at Robinsons Midtown Manila. To give you a more detailed look on what will happen in the Draft, here's the PBA Draft 2012 order of teams. Petron will have a chance to get the 1st and 3rd draft Picks after a couple of transactions with Air 21 and Barako Bull.

    First Round:
    1. PETRON BLAZE BOOSTERS(from
    AIR 21)* [2 balls in LOTTERY]
    2. ALASKA ACES* [1 ball in
    LOTTERY]
    3. PETRON BLAZE BOOSTERS (from
    BARAKO BULL ENERGY)
    4. MERALCO BOLTS
    5. BARAKO BULL ENERGY (from
    PETRON BLAZE BOOSTERS)
    6. BRGY. GINEBRA SAN MIGUEL
    (from POWERADE TIGERS)
    7. RAIN OR SHINE
    ELASTOPAINTERS
    8. BRGY GINEBRA SAN MIGUEL
    9. BMEG LLAMADOS
    10. POWERADE TIGERS (from TALK n Text)

    Second Round:

    1. AIR 21
    2. ALASKA
    3. BARAKO BULL
    4. MERALCO
    5. PETRON
    6. POWERADE
    7. RAIN or SHINE
    8. BRGY GINEBRA SAN MIGUEL
    9. B-MEG
    10. TALK 'n TEXT

    Meanwhile, these are the players who might get drafted this year. If you're wondering, again, this list of players is not 100 percent accurate as some of them might have failed to meet the deadline for the Draft Application that ended during the first few weeks of July.

    If you want, you can update this list by sharing to us your thoughts in the comment section below. Thank you!

    1. Junmar Fajardo – University
    of Cebu
    2. Greg Slaugther – ADMU
    3. Stanley Pringle – Penn St.
    4. Aldrich Ramos - FEU
    5. Chris Tiu - ADMU
    6. Jason Deutchman – San Diego
    State
    7. Clifford Hodge – Hawaii Pacific
    8. Ryan Buenafe - ADMU
    9. Calvin Abueva – San Sebastian
    10. Ronald Pascual – San
    Sebastian
    11. Vic Manuel - CCM
    12. JR Cawaling – FEU
    13. Chris Ellis - University of
    Mary Hardin–Baylor
    14. Dave Marcelo – San Beda
    15. Jake Pascual – San Beda
    16. Ian Sangalang – San
    Sebastian
    17. Chris Camus – UST
    18. Mark Jeffries – Mesa College
    19. Garvo Lanete – San Beda
    20. Alex Mallari - Lewis-Clark
    State College
    21. Paul Sanga – FEU
    22. Lester Alvarez – Adamson
    23. Simon Atkins – DLSU
    24. Jan Colina – Adamson
    25. Paul Zamar – UE
    26. Karl Dehesa – Wardolf College
    27. Woody Co - UP
    28. Allan Mangahas – Mapua
    29. Peejay Barua – DLSU
    30. Alan Husted – San Diego
    31. Hyram Bagatsing – DLSU
    32. Kokoy Hermosisima – NU
    33. Jewel Ponferrada
    34. Mervin Baloran - NU
    35. AJ Mandani - Missouri
    University
    36. Martin Reyes – UP
    37. Emman Monfort – ADMU
    38. Jerick Canada – Adamson
    39. Argel Mendoza- EAC
    40. Chris Cayabyab - LPU

    As you can see, this 2012 Draft Class is full of big time talents who can immediately contribute and help a particular PBA Team and some of them might even become the new face of a PBA Franchise.

    19 comments:

    Berto Dillera said...

    hindi pwede si Slaughter naglalaro na sa UAAP e.


    no brainer na yan. Junmar #1 pick.

    Mike said...

    Berto Dillera Greg Slaughter can play for the PBA after the UAAP season. So far he has not express his interest in joining the draft, AFAIK.

    Taramaw said...

    wala yung Exciminiano at Knuttel ng FEU.

    Natasha Caneso said...

    Its always fun to see a star studded team like Petron (SMB) fail. Next season, it'll be just more fun.

    aswe said...

    hyram bagatsing? naglaro na yan sa air 21

    Durantula35 said...

    Magaling yung AJ Mandani

    Anonymous said...

    I believe si Sangalang di nagpa draft. Nakausap namin siya, and maglalaro pa siya for baste til next season.

    Marlon Delos Reyes said...

    Stanley Pringle signed for 2 more conference with the Indonesia Warriors

    ballerspinas said...

    Thanks for the info pre...

    greene said...

    Ryan Buenafe??

    Anonymous said...

    Bobo nmn c knuttel sa pbb bagay un

    KhEiy Estibar Sadiasa said...

    panalo n nman ang petron sa draft pero wala naman pagdating sa laro.....

    Bhoss Balong Villamor said...

    mgaling c calvin Abueva at ronald pascual at c allan mgahas

    Xander_Datia said...

    Nope. UAAP has different rules. Unlike NCAA, they do not allow currently playing basketball players to join the PBA draft. They can only apply a year after.

    Jon said...

    Bakit wala si Andrian Celada?

    pochie_o7 said...

    dpat kumuha ang bmeg planet ng pang centro o forword....pra mas mpganda ng bmeg ang knilang depensa nla....
    gudluck for bmegLlamados gud luck king james...

    Anonymous said...

    gusto ko si Chris Ellis mapunta sa B-meg Llamado at c Chris Tiu sa Powerade Tiges para may back-up point guard coach Bo perasol para kayJv Casio para makapasok cla sa semi-final

    choy said...

    grabe kinuha n nman ng petron lhat, kawawa n ibang team, s trade lagi n silang lamang, di p rin magchampion uli kc dami ng magaling s kanila, hati hati ang playing tym.

    christian de guzman said...

    go mark jeffries

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