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!
By Stan SyWWE recently held its annual Survivor Series pay-per-view. The show’s draw has traditionally been a five-on-five elimination tag team match featuring all-star lineups that would never otherwise be grouped together. In many ways, Survivor Series is like the WWE’s equivalent of the NBA’s All-Star Weekend. The stars come together and put whatever differences they have aside for a match without any real consequences.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezJust when you think Manila basketball couldn’t get any better, Nike taps talented artist Arturo Torres to design awe-inspiring murals on courts across the city.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezHe announced his retirement after 12 years in the league, two All-Star appearances, one NBA title, and one life-changing injury. We really should talk more about David Lee.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezJoel Embiid scored 46 points in a win against the Los Angeles Lakers and it nearly broke the internet.
In Episode Five of Where Were You When?, we look back at the time Larry Fonacier blocked Mark Cardona twice…and Wesley Gonzales was there to enjoy every second of it.
In Episode Four of Where Were You When?, Ginebra point guard and Gilas Legend LA Tenorio talks about that time he dropped 30 points in the UAAP Finals in 2001. As a rookie.