For this season’s Governor’s Cup, the PBA is trying out a new breed of imports from Asian countries. How are they doing so far and should the league keep them?
Upper B viewer asks: @enginirJST: Sino ang Paul Pierce ng PBA?
LeBron has done it again, leading
the Knicks Cleveland to the NBA Finals. The last time he did it as a Cavalier, he had these guys.
Upper B viewer @Sin_Tomas asks: Kung bubuo kayo ng Never Say Die na team, sino ang magiging first five players except Gin Kings.
With the Rockets down 0-3, Dellavedova is probably already watching tapes of
Wrestlemania Curry and Klay, and ESPN is wrapping up the 30 for 30: Warriors’ Road To The Finals. But James Harden, real MVP that he is, just won’t go away.
Just in case you’re living under a rock under the Pacific Ocean or still reeling from the finale of Forevermore, LeBron James went bat-shit crazy in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Atlanta Hawks. He finished with an NBA2K-ish 37-18-13 in 47 pulsating minutes. His 12th career playoff triple-double (it easily could’ve been his 13th—he was only a rebound shy in Game 2).
The top four teams in the NBA are one step away from making it to the Finals. Who will make it? Mico, Charles, Suzy and Nikko share their picks.
Last year, we were talking about LeBron and DWade making a run at history. This year, LeBron and Matthew Dellavedova are making headlines at the Eastern Conference Finals. In case you don’t know who the other guy is, we’ve come up with a list that may help you identify him in a police lineup.