The Meralco Bolts were outcasts when the franchise re-entered the PBA in 2010. Six years later, they’ve proven that they can hang out with the cool kids.
FEU was the best college basketball team in the mid-2000s, completing a rare three-peat* in 2005.
A powerhouse team representing the Philippines in Singapore recently suffered a heartbreaking loss in the finals after sweeping the elimination round. The 2007 UE Red Warriors know exactly how that feels.
At the 65th season of the UAAP, the Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles said “no” to a lot of things. It worked out well for them in the end.
This DLSU team had one of the best shooters in Philippine basketball, a heroic point god, a two-time UAAP MVP, and BJ Manalo.
Aside from Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, another entertaining story that came out in 2006 was the one written by this crazy version of the Golden State Warriors.
The best nicknames in the history of the PBA came from one ’80s team, led by Philippine basketball’s greatest coach: a fierce competitor who went by the name ‘Baby.’
Before KD joined the Warriors and way before Eleven joined Mike, Lucas, and Dustin, a group of guys from Manila had their own superteam.
In the pre-Jay-Z era, the Nets had a group of guys with so much promise and potential. The fun lasted for one season.
In 1995, the best teen movie of all time Pare Ko was released, featuring a powerhouse cast that was as equally talented as the ’95 Sunkist Orange Juicers.