2017 PBA Leo Awards: MVP and Other Predictions

  I think this is the first time in a decade that I’m going to predict a basketball-related using my gut… sans the numbers. I didn’t statistically follow the PBA this season. I had a lot of things working against me this season and losing PBA-Online for a time and the inconsistencies of the other … Continue reading 2017 PBA Leo Awards: MVP and Other Predictions

10 Worst PBA Drafts of All Time: Number Three

  I had bouts of boredom, procrastination, and a penchant to edit and edit and edit and edit my articles to the point of setting it up as another unfinished blog article.   But I still push through!!!   So it took time to engineer my third worst PBA Draft of all-time and you know … Continue reading 10 Worst PBA Drafts of All Time: Number Three

Loyalty Swap: Phoenix acquires Jeff Chan

  So Jeff Chan has been traded to Phoenix for Mark Borboran and a 2020 second round pick.   Basically Rain or Shine needs to balance their roster.   From the get-go, it’s hard to have Chan and James Yap in one run because of their similar styles. Both guys are kickout options and I … Continue reading Loyalty Swap: Phoenix acquires Jeff Chan

1-of-26: It had to be against South Korea

1-out-of-26.   Imagine if Gilas Pilipinas had one-third of those shots made.   Matthew Wright botched all of his seven attempts and Roger Pogoy misfired five. Kiefer Ravena, Bobby Ray Parks, and Kevin Ferrer combined for ten. Jio Jalalon had the lone made… and he’s pretty much the only one apart from Mike Myers who … Continue reading 1-of-26: It had to be against South Korea

The 2016 PBA Re-Draft

Gilas Pilipinas is off to Chinese Taipei for the Jones Cup. The roster packs a mean punch as Kiefer Ravena, Bobby Ray Parks, Christian Standhardinger, Raymar Jose, Kobe Paras, and import Mike Myers join current Gilas pool members Mac Belo, Matthew Wright, RR Pogoy, Kevin Ferrer, Ed Daquioag, Carl Bryan Cruz, Mike Tolomia, Von Pessumal, … Continue reading The 2016 PBA Re-Draft