He could have been the first pick overall of the 2017 PBA Draft. Christian Standhardinger has been working his ass to provide the offensive load inside the paint as well as dictate the pace with his rebounding at the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup. Instead, Christian Standhardinger will play for the ASEAN Basketball League’s … Continue reading Thoughts: Christian Standhardinger to the Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions
Oh I guess we have to face the inevitable. Gilas Pilipinas will take on Korea and the winner will advance to the semifinal round. Wow. So Korea drubbed Japan, 81 to 68. Oh Se Keun, Lee Jong Hyun and Kim Sun Hyung to the shock of no one... paved the way … Continue reading #GilasPilipinas: Beat Oh Se Keun and Korea!
So this is the second part. You can read the first installment when you click THIS LINK. Here are the rest of the best. Number 13 Kim Joo Sung Korea 35 games – 10.37ppg – 5.00rpg – 2.26apg – 0.80bpg Kim Joo Sung is part of the 2002 … Continue reading Top 25: FIBA Asia Players (from 2007 to 2015) Part 2
Terrible news for Gilas Pilipinas fans as June Mar Fajardo and Gabe Norwood will not play in the coming FIBA Asia Cup. We already lost Andray Blatche to personal reasons. DAMN YOU PERSONAL REASONS!!! This could have been Fajardo’s breakout party as he is going to be the focal point of … Continue reading June Mar Fajardo injured and Gabe Norwood healthy
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
This season is great for San Miguel. As far as the rest go… it’s kinda meh. Alaska has yet to exert their dominance. Blackwater is trying but the same can’t be said with Mahindra. And who thought NLEX would falter despite the tutelage of Yeng Guiao? Ginebra and TNT are bridesmaids to San … Continue reading 2017 PBA Season: Player Stats before the Governors’ Cup
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?
Remember how good the Cleveland Cavaliers were in Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the eventual champs, the Golden State Warriors? The Cavs were hitting record numbers! Plus it was as if they were on the verge of becoming the first team to get out of a 1-3 bind in the NBA Finals … Continue reading June Mar Fajardo’s 4th MVP is all too real now