By Enzo MarcosIn this episode of Word Up, we asked the fans to talk about the best point guard in Asia, Jayson Castro.
By Ron Evangelista, BuhayBasket contributorOut of all the players in the Philippines’ beloved Gilas team, one player stands out.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezHave you ever seen Terrence Romeo eat a whole chicken with spicy noodles? There’s a video of this rare highlight reel on YouTube, and it’s the most entertaining thing you’ll ever watch today. Probably.
In this episode of Where Were You When?, we go back to the last time Gilas Pilipinas was on the World Cup stage.
In 2014, Gilas re-introduced Philippine basketball to the world. Jimmy Alapag, Jayson Castro, and Gabe Norwood share what that felt like in this episode of Where Were You When?
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 JC AnsisI still can’t get over what happened in the last two days of the FIBA Asia Championship in 2013. I remember it vividly. I don’t think any basketball fan could forget it.
In two weeks, a mix of old and new players will wear the blue and white to represent the Philippines at the FIBA Asia Championship. Here’s a look at the past teams that shed blood, sweat and tears para sa bayan.
Mico Halili taps the help of sports writer Carlo Pamintuan to answer this episode’s question from @kenMbaltazar: Would you prefer a slow, big, defensive Gilas team over a small, fast, offensive Gilas team?