Monday, April 16, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Kobe Paras Comes Home to Manila

Image courtesy of Twitter: _kokoparas

57 comments:

  1. Welcome back Koko!

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    1. Gilas-PBA na lang....hindi pwede yung skills niya at babang tumalon para sa NBA! Yung mga high school players na mga negro ngayon below 5'6 lang mga height e dumadunk! How much more yung mga 6'6" above na mala gorilla mga kaha!

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    2. true @12:48 yumabang kasi tong batang to. akala makaka penetrate ng nba.

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    3. Hindi yabang iyon. Gusto lang niyang abutin ang dream niya.

      Mas mabuti na iyon kesa sa magsisi na hindi man lang sinubukan. What if...

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    4. 2:18 yung NBA dream dapat tigilan na nya, he should accept na hindi nya kayang lumevel at hindi sya mapapasama sa draft picks. He is not that good compare to other NCAA players.

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    5. Gusto nya lang subukan ang nba. Tama naman. Eh ano kung mag fail siya atleast sinubukan nya. Alam nya he will have a good career sa Pinas. But since he has the opportunity na mag try out sa nba kaya sinusubukan kahit mahirap & para walang din regrets.

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  2. Buti ibang tao na nagsusupport sa yo game na game ka. Pero sana patawarin mo na yung nagluwal sa yo. Tandaan mo di ka magiging lubos na successful kung wala kang pake sa magulang mo

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    1. Penetrating the NBA league takes YEARS of hard work, training, patience and humility. Some NBA Legends didn't become one OVERNIGHT. Feeling bida na hindi naman napansin sa US. Jusko!

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    2. wala kayong karapatan manghusga. buhay nyo.

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    3. 12:12 korek ka dyan. yung iba nga mas grabe pa ginawa napatawad.. napaka unforgiving. kakasad lang na ung ibang tao pinagtatanggol pa ang kamaldituhan.

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  3. Hinde talaga made for international or NBA levels ang talent ni Kobe. Just stay here. You'll be more admired for your skills and looks. Diyan, nobody ka lang cuz they are so many who are waaay more talented. Or baka karma din eto for how u treat ur mom.

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    1. 12:13 , please know first all the facts.

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    2. 12:13 ok na sana comment mo kaso nag sama ka a ng personal affair niya... Wag ganun... E kung ganyanin ka nang taong di mo kakilala? Tsk tsk

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    3. I totally agree. Payback time na yata. Dito naman yan magfi.feeling wanna bet

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    4. wag mag marunong @12:13 hindi ka kamag-anak! hahaha kaloka pakialamera eh

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    5. tama si 12:13am . malaking check . fail . bigo si kobe.

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    6. korek, patawarin mo nanay mo Kobe.

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  4. Y'all talaga!!, LOL

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  5. Akala ko may pro league sya sasalihan? Enlighten me please. pero maganda dn sa UAAP sya mag train.

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    1. He's out and gonna play dor Gilas.

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  6. Buti ginagit nya pa ung surname ng madir nya. Sana 1 day batiin na na si jackie dahil wala pa ring kasing sarap ang tagumpay if youre at peace with your parent

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    1. Paras is surname of his father; Benjie Paras 🤣😂

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    2. Pinagsasasabi nitong si 3:05. Ginamit niya yung Forster diba?

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    3. That's a GOOD SIGN actually, to think na malaki ang galit nilang magkakapatid sa mother nila. Hopefully magkaayos din sila, at the end of the day, mother pa rin nila yun.

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    4. Dpat naman kc dont u ever disrespect ur mother in any way lLo na in public. Bilis ng kArna sana matuto kau magkapatid Andre ha

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  7. Feeling sikat y'all

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  8. Ano nangyari?? Wala narating.
    ???

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    1. Wala for sure..maraming magagaling doon!

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    2. I strongly believe na pag you honor your parents, may blessing from above. Gawin lang nya yun, makakamit nya ang inaasam nyang mangyari sa buhay nya.

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  9. Kobe is acting like he is a big shot. Ang totoo mas beneficial sa kanya kung mag-stay siya dito. He can have an easy career here unlike in the US.

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  10. Artista na! Bigyan ng jacket

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  11. so what happened to NBA?

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  12. Physically, di talaga kaya ng asians magpenetrate sa NBA.

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    1. Hello daw sabi ni Jeremy Lin and Yao Ming.

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    2. Hahaha hello 146 I love your answer

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    3. You mean di Kaya by Filipino ? 1:46 , I agree .

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    4. You mean hindi kaya ng brains ni Kobe UCLA kaya nga nga

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  13. IMO ang problema kay Kobe eh wala tyaga.gusto bida agad hahaha!

    nakalimutan ko name nya pero he is from seattle seahawk team. half Pinoy may kwento sya before na tyaga lang at nagwait ng tamang opportunity until napasama sya sa team.

    I hope yan ginawa ni Kobe sa larangan ng basketball madami din kakompitensya at kung gusto mo bida wala pupuntahan.

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    1. Doug Baldwin

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    2. Oo nga. Tyaga talaga. I remember last week merong player na it took him TEN years bago napunta ng NBA. He was in the (D) G League and was about to retire bago sya naipasom for. Ten-day contract. Baka nasobrahan sa confidence na feeling na nya ay sikat na agad sya.

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    3. Doug is quarter Filipino by blood , born and raised in Florida so he is an American . The grandma was born and raised in Leyte.

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    4. Look at Jordan Clarkson. Part Pinoy. Very good at hard working. Kobe probably thought that he can just squeeze himself in. You gotta have more than talent to be in the NBA.

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  14. failure is the best teacher 👍👍👍

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  15. haha anong special wala ka pinagkaiba sa ibang players dito din sa pinas bagsak mo

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  16. Kahit anong sabihin niyo, masherep siya. Hehe

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  17. Makes me so happy seeing Forster in there.

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  18. Ang mga batang mabait sa magulang, talagang pinsgpapala.

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  19. Wow! May Forster na sa name nya. Why do i feel happy about it?

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    1. Not because of his m. Most probably because he wants to show that he's half/part american

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  20. Extremely talented ang mga players here sa US. They start very young and yung mga bata kina-career ang mga laro na parang professionals na, extremely competitive. Magaling rin ang sports program nila kaya malayo pa ang hahabulin natin pero possible naman. Goodluck, Kobe. He's good and he has a bright future sa Philippine basketball scene.

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  21. Nice may forster na . Baka in good terms na sila

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  22. nakalimutan na niya tagalog niya nakatapak lang sa usa buti pa bro niya

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