Every court has a story. This snow-covered one, tells a story that ends well.
The PBA has tried pitting Rookies, Sophomores, Juniors against the Veterans; and North vs South in the All-Star Game. Should they try a new format for next year’s ASG? How about 48 minutes of Homegrown vs Fil-Ams? We’d watch that.
Are the young and talented group of players chosen for the Sinag Pilipinas pool ready to play for the pros? The Upper B crew share their fearless forecast.
We all know that GlobalPort hotshot Terrence Romeo can score. But does he have what it takes to be the next face of the PBA?
By Daryl LimAs a Bay Area kid in the early 90’s, it was easy to root for the home teams. The Giants had Barry Bonds, a superstar outfielder who would go on to hit *the most home runs in a single season*. The 49ers were perennial contenders for the playoffs, winning 5 titles, the last one being in 1994. The Warriors? Different story.
Another great question from Upper B viewer @jaysonwafu27 (there are other Upper B viewers, yes?): Who is the best closer/most clutch player in PBA history?
You find yourself defending the lane, and you see Kia Carnival’s playing coach Manny Pacquiao taking it strong to the hoop. What do you do?
Kia Carnival’s import Peter John Ramos is averaging more than 30 points and 20 rebounds a game at the current PBA Commissioner’s Cup, but is he the sure choice for Best Import? Also, should he change his name to fit his towering and dominating presence on the court?
Jai is back! On this episode of Head2Head, #TeamJai and #TeamRenren talk about the secrets of becoming a successful shooter. Bonus staring contest at 5:25.
Upper B viewer @jaysonwafu27 asks: If prime Jimmy Alapag played for Tim Cone’s grandslam Alaska team instead of Johnny A., will the results be the same?