Tuesday, February 16, 2010


This was no surprise, Samigue Eman can't improve himself just by being a bench warmer, in San Miguel he simply can get enough playing time since the Beermen are loaded with plenty of superstar, in his position alone he will have to fight it out with the likes of Danny Ildefonso, Danny Seigle, Dorian Peña, Mick Pinissi, Jay Washington. So i think going to alaska might benefit him.

Alaska Milk signed Eman to a 3 year contract worth 11 million pesos, which gives the Aces a potent triple tower combination, with Joe Devance, and Sonny Thoss. (looks familiar? much like the dreaded triple tower of the Lakers Gasol, Bynum and Odom).

I just hope Eman will have more playing time with Alaska although its impossible for him to play in this conference which is already in the semis phase, but maybe in the next conference. And wish he can improve in his game. I saw him play before when he was still in college at Davao, at he was a sore to watch, people sometimes would laugh cause here is a 6 foot 9 guy, who gets push around by other schools centers who are way smaller than him. But i know that he only lacks a good trainer and a coach that will guide him. Good Luck to you Eman hope you can make us Davaoeños proud.

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  1. Samigue Eman is a diamond in the rough. San Miguel will rue the day that they let him go especially if one of their big men becomes injured. They should have used Eman more than just use him sparingly. Remember, he was the second pick in the rookie draft on the year he joined PBA. Alaska will become stronger because of his towering presence and San Miguel may have more match up problems against them. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

  2. Yup you're right if Eman can adjust and fit well in Tim Cones triangle offense he will be a boost to Alaska, i hope he can get to play in the final in this conference.But Tim Cone made it known to all that his lineup today is frozen and will only make changes in the coming conference.



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