￼If (like us) you missed Kobe’s last game at the Staples Center in LA, you didn’t get to breathe the same air that he breathed on April 13, 2016. The good people on eBay can fix that for you.
￼In this Grassroots episode, BuhayBasket talks about MJ and the Bulls, Air Max, and the physical play in the 90s.
￼Where were you when Kobe dropped 60pts in his farewell game? BuhayBasket was at the NBA Cafe Manila in Taguig for #MambaDay.
￼From being a brash 18-year-old kid who wanted to be like Mike, Kobe Bryant transformed into someone better in his 20 years in the NBA. He became Kobe Bryant.
￼In this episode of Grassroots, BuhayBasket talks about the best version of Kobe Bryant: Young, 3-peat with Shaq, Frobe 8 or MVP and two-time champ with the Mamba face?
￼The Lakers will not get 20 wins, and Kobe is down to his last two games in the NBA. Peejay Ruiz, a die-hard Lakers and Kobe fan based in Australia, is not happy about this.
￼In this episode of Grassroots, BuhayBasket and Monty Macalino of Mayonnaise host the 1st Annual BuhayBasket Awards, which honors the NBA’s titos, freak athletes, and Javale McGees.
￼The country’s top 24 high school players, representing Team Punks and Team Hype, showed us a glimpse of what the future of Philippine basketball looks like at the 2016 SLAM Rising Stars Classic. As the final buzzer sounded, it was clear that there were no punks on the court, and there is no hype needed.
￼In this episode of Grassroots, we find out how well Monty Macalino of Mayonnaise knows his favorite team, the Dallas Mavericks.
￼Grassroots is back, and we’re joined by Monty Macalino of Mayonnaise to talk about Dirk’s 90s undercut, Papa Chandler P, and DLSU’s Stretch 4: Matt Salem. Watch the full episode here: