By Elvis GutierrezIn this week’s Fantasy Bucket, we list five names who have no business being on anybody’s fantasy team. But on the off chance that they are, then cheers to you, you fantasy beast!
Sometimes, no matter how calculated a risk is, it just doesn’t pay off. BuhayBasket contributor Ron Evangelista narrates how one shot changed the entire complexion of a championship series and ultimately, a college career.
Grassroots is back! In this episode, Enzo (Friendly Guy), Jeff (Son of Danny Arrienda), and Elvis (Has Gutz) talk about some of the early surprises of the 2017-2018 NBA Season.
By Elvis GutierrezAnother fantasy week has ended, which means it’s time for another round of Fantasy Bucket! Before we start another week of fantasy basketball, let’s look back at last week’s studs and ask ourselves the question: Why the hell did we not draft these guys?
By Jon Carlos RodriguezIn an alternate reality, the FEU Tamaraws and the De La Salle Green Archers battled it out in a physical, dirty finals series, turning the La Salle-Ateneo rivalry into a distant memory. This other version of life would’ve been real, if Isaac Go didn’t exist.
In 2014, Gilas re-introduced Philippine basketball to the world. Jimmy Alapag, Jayson Castro, and Gabe Norwood share what that felt like in this episode of Where Were You When?
By Jon Carlos RodriguezJayson Castro is a superhero who was put on this earth to play basketball. That’s just a fact. But to be more specific, he plays basketball to attack the basket and score on lay-ups over defenders a foot taller than him, the Junemar Fajardos and the Hamed Haddadis of the world.
In this episode of Where Were You When?, let’s look back at the time Gilas Pilipinas broke the curse of South Korea, thanks to Jimmy Alapag.
By Enzo MarcosIn this episode of Word Up, we get the word on Nike’s latest project in Manila: the Hyper Court.
By Elvis GutierrezIt’s Thanksgiving Day in the US, which means no NBA games today. So, good news, wives and girlfriends, it’s a rest day from 10-second interval refreshes on the phone to check if the latest waiver pickup made a 3. It also means we can actually be productive at work today—so, good news, boss!