O n this episode of #AskTitoMico, Mico Halili answers this question from Upper B viewer @r_m_vill: How can you say that a player makes his teammates better?
NBA superstars Kevin Garnett and LeBron James have returned to the teams that drafted them, bringing back the concept of loyalty into the conversation. But in a business like the NBA and the PBA, does it truly exist?
Charles and Suzy give shoutouts to seasoned veterans who are still killing it in the PBA and the NBA.
On this episode of Upper B, the hosts talk about the upset wins of Manny Pacquiao-led Kia Carnival over champion teams Purefoods, San Miguel, and Talk ‘N Text; and why this is good for the league.
Ayoko ng sumimangot/ Ayoko ng magalit/ Ayoko ng mamrublema/ Ayoko ng magisip/ Gusto ko lang mag basketbol.
Since the days of Sheed’s “Both teams played hard” to Westbrook’s “We executed well,” the love-hate relationship between the media and professional athletes has been well-documented. Should professional athletes be universally nice to reporters? Or is Mr. Westbrook the real MVP of postgame interviews?
After winning one title in Boston, and doing KG things in Brooklyn (see: Dwight Howard headbutt), KG is back to where it all started. But where’s Wally? Hoiberg? Spree?
Are the Alaska Aces now PBA’s resident never-say-die team after their performance in the last Philippine Cup Finals? Mico Halili shares his thoughts.
After winning the last Philippine Cup championship, San Miguel Beermen started the new conference with consecutive losses. How hard is it to stay on top?
Upper B’s Mico Halili is back to answer this question: How did the Atlanta Hawks become so good this season?