1986 is a defining year for our country. Ferdinand Marcos fled the Philippines to “give” Cory Aquino the presidency (haha) and the PBA is a shell of its former self. Founding franchises Tanduay and Great Taste alongside Ginebra, Manila Beer, Shell, and the debuting Alaska squad were tasked to keep the league … Continue reading 10 Worst PBA Drafts of All Time: Number Seven
So Wendell McKines is tasked to send San Miguel to their second grand slam. I don’t know how he’ll do it, but the rest of the league wants him to choke. I know the word "choke" is a harsh term but for a team that has won five of the last eight conferences, you … Continue reading Wendell McKines and San Miguel’s potential grand slam
San Miguel Beer is on the verge of winning their second grand slam and with the way SMB Coach Leo Austria is running their show… this may not be a laughable thought. Unlike previous seasons, San Miguel actually had an okay import to present their selves as near unstoppable. Before Charles Rhodes sent … Continue reading San Miguel Grand Slam 2.0?
No. Just no. If there’s one team that should miss the playoffs, that team shouldn’t be the Alaska Aces. I know I haven’t been rooting for them ever since the team lost the likes of Johnny Abarrientos, Bong Hawkins, Jojo Lastimosa, Poch Juinio, Rodney Santos, and either/or Kenneth Duremdes and Jeffrey Cariaso but it felt … Continue reading 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup: Alaska Aces stats