Huwebes, Abril 13, 2017

JR. NBA PHILIPPINES 2017 NATIONAL TRAINING CAMP TWENTY-ONE YOUTH TO REPRESENT IN NCR

The first day of the Jr. NBA Regional Selection Camp featured fundamental skills challenges with the top performing athletes progressing to Day 2 that featured advanced basketball drills and scrimmages.  The Jr. NBA evaluation committee led by Jr. NBA Coach Jeffrey Cariaso of the Alaska Aces searched for players that showcased all-around basketball skills and embodied the Jr. NBA S.T.A.R. values of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, a positive Attitude, and Respect. 
The Top 8 boys and Top 13 girls who will advance to the National Training Camp on May 12-14 are: (L-R Front Row): Dietherd Torres, Clarence Andrei Ramos, Ian Dominic Espinosa, Joachim Eddie C. Laure, John Michael Vicencio, Ronald Corj, Jhon Del Austria, Ren Cobie Tolentino; (L-R 2nd Row): Lindsey Nacional, Jane Araza, Crizan Phiel V. Pangilinan, Princess BJ Villareal, Jeehan Nikale Ahmed, Yza Camila Alarcon, Gabbie Angeline R. Wong, Abby Rose Ruiz, Dianne Camile Nolasco, Jasmine Ann Maniquiz, Franzelle Angela Chelzea Besa, Bonie Marylene Solis, Raven Lacanlale

Eight boys and thirteen girls will represent Metro Manila during the Jr. NBA Philippines 2017 presented by Alaska National Training Camp on May 12-14 at the Don Bosco Technical Institute and SM Mall of Asia. Over 1,300 young players ages 10-14 years old participated in the fourth and final Regional Selection Camp of the Jr. NBA program held this weekend at Don Bosco Makati. The 1,333 campers --1,208 boys and 125 girls -- came from schools in Antipolo, Mandaluyong, Manila, Makati, Batangas, Palawan, Mindoro and Iloilo. 
Jr. NBA Coach Willie Miller joins a participant in the push-ups.

Jr. NBA representatives from the NCR at the National Training Camp
  1. John Dhel Austria, 14 - Escuela de Sophia of Caloocan
  2. Joachin Echo, 14 - University of Santo Tomas High School
  3. Ian Dominic Espinosa, 13 - Ateneo de Iloilo
  4. John Michael Vicencio, 13 - Ateneo de Iloilo
  5. Ronald Corj Trinidad, 13 - Pedro Guevara Memorial National High School
  6. Ren Cobie Tolentino, 13 - Grace Christian College
  7. Dietherd Torres, 13 - La Salle Green Hills
  8. Clarence Andrei Ramos, 14 - Adamson University

A Jr. NBA participant shows extreme focus while practicing her dribbling skill.

WNBA representatives to the next phase of the Jr. NBA program
  1. Bonie Marylene Solis, 13 - Chiang Kai Shek College
  2. Jeehan Nikale Ahmed, 13 - Chiang Kai Shek College
  3. Edel Jane Araza, 13 - Chiang Kai Shek College
  4. Princess Bj Marie Villarin, 11 - De La Salle Zobel
  5. Dianne Camille Nolasco, 14 - Miriam College
  6. Lindsey Nacional, 13 - La Salle College Antipolo
  7. Eriel Raven Lacanlale, 13 - St. Paul College Pasig
  8. Jazmine-ann Maniquis, 12 - St. Paul College Pasig
  9. Yza Camila Shalea Alarcon, 12 - New Era High School
  10. Abby Rose Ruiz, 13 - Palawan National School
  11. Gabbie Angeline Wong, 14 - Fairhope Academy
  12. Franzelle Angela Chelzea Besa, 12 - Divine Word College of Calapan
  13. Crizan Phiel Pangilinan,13 - School of the Holy Spirit, Quezon City

A scrimmage between Team Yellow and Green commences

An NBA and WNBA player will come to Manila to help coach the finalists at the National Training Camp. In previous years, NBA legends BJ Armstrong, Al Green, Luc Longley, and Muggsy Bogues, NBA players Gordon Hayward, Nerlens Noel, and Norris Cole, and WNBA legends Tina Thompson, Ruth Riley, and Taj McWilliams-Franklin have joined the Jr. NBA National Training Camp to coach the athletes and participate in NBA Cares initiatives. 
A Jr. NBA All-Star aspirant protects the rim against a fellow participant

Jr. NBA All-Star Alumni
  • Edrian Custodio
  • Rhic Gatuz
  • Ernest Felicilda
  • Daniel Coo
  • Josh Garing
  • Jearico Nuñez

“We can see ourselves in these young players and are excited to see the best boys and girls in the Philippines emerge as Jr. NBA All-Stars. We encourage them to continue to work hard, be humble and believe in themselves as they pursue their basketball careers, bringing with them values and lessons from the Jr. NBA program.” ~Edrian Custodio, a varsity member of De La Salle-Zobel high school basketball team
Jr. WNBA All-Stars
  • Akemi Marteja
  • Pankie David
  • Mika Pentecostes
  • Carly Monreal
  • Nicky Quelenderino
  • Kreecie Binaohan 

Jr. WNBA participants go hard at it at the get go

The top eight boys and eight girls will comprise the Jr. NBA Philippines 2017 All-Stars selected among the regional finalists at the National Training Camp. They will embark on an overseas trip to watch an NBA preseason game and experience playing with fellow Jr. NBA All-Stars from Southeast Asia. 

For more information, fans can follow Jr. NBA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jrnbaphilippines. For all things NBA, fans can visit www.nba.com, like the NBA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/philsnba and follow www.twitter.com/nba_philippines on Twitter.

To learn more about Alaska Milk Corporation, visit www.alaskamilk.com and www.playph.com.


About the NBA
The NBA is a global sports and media business built around three professional sports leagues: the National Basketball Association, the Women’s National Basketball Association, and the NBA Development League.  The league has established a major international presence with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 49 languages, and NBA merchandise for sale in more than 125,000 stores in 100 countries on 6 continents.  NBA rosters at the start of the 2015-16 season featured 100 international players from 37 countries and territories.  NBA Digital’s assets include NBA.com and the NBA app, which achieved record traffic during the 2014-15 season, as well as NBA TV.  The NBA has created one of the largest social media communities in the world, with more than one billion likes and followers globally across all league, team, and player platforms.  Through NBA Cares, the league addresses important social issues by working with internationally recognized youth-serving organizations that support education, youth and family development, and health-related causes.

About Alaska Milk
Alaska Milk recognizes the need of Filipino children for proper nutrition.  According to the 2011 National Nutrition Survey conducted by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI), it was revealed that 3 out of 10 children aged 5-10 years were underweight while 8 out of 100 children of the same age were overweight, making malnutrition and obesity two of the most pressing nutritional problems in the Philippines today.  Alaska Milk is committed to help provide proper nutrition through its leading brands, Alaska Powdered Milk Drink and Alaska Chocolate Powdered Milk Drink.  It contains 20+ essential nutrients that help children reach their full growth potential.  Aside from proper nutrition, an active lifestyle is needed in order to shape and nurture healthier children.  Because of this, Alaska Milk encourages children to “go out and play” through its NUTRITION. ACTION. CHAMPION. Programs: Alaska Basketball and Football Power Camps and Cups, Alaska IronKids Triathlon, Alaska Family Run and Alaska Cycle Philippines.  At the same time, Alaska Milk has a professional basketball team, the 14-time PBA champion, Alaska Aces, which continues to inspire the youth to become future champions who are guided by positive values.  Finally, Alaska Milk partners with excellent local and international organizations who share the same objectives, vision, and values namely the Philippine Basketball Association, National Basketball Association, World Triathlon Corporation, Cycle Asia, Makati and Alabang Football Schools and Sunrise Events, Incorporated.


Contact:
Jandric Lim
NBA Asia Marketing Communications
Tel: +63 917 317 7468

Tessa Jazmines
Larc&Asset PR
Tel: +63 917 526 1369

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