We all know that GlobalPort hotshot Terrence Romeo can score. But does he have what it takes to be the next face of the PBA?
Charles and Suzy give shoutouts to seasoned veterans who are still killing it in the PBA and the NBA.
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.
Shots fired! After losing to Kia, Purefoods import Daniel Orton called playing coach Manny Pacquiao “a joke.” Is he telling the truth? Or did he go too far? Upper B’s Mico, Suzy, Charles and Renren with the blow-by-blow analysis.
PBA wives and girlfriends are the real MVPs. Charles and Suzy talk about the pretty faces watching in the stands on the second serving of Chuzy Chooses.
On the third episode of Upper B, the hosts dissect the issue of whether or not the PBA is crossing the thin line between being a physical league and a dirty league.
In his storied 12-year career, Jimmy Alapag won six PBA titles, one MVP trophy, and made multiple All-Star Game appearances. But his true legacy lies in his leadership both on and off the court. On the second episode of Upper B, Mico, Jai, Renren, Charles and Suzy pay tribute to one of the best to ever play in Philippine basketball, Jimmy Alapag.
The 2015 PBA Philippine Cup Finals is shaping up to be one of the most exciting and heated match-ups in the history of Philippine basketball. Too exciting, that the players themselves had to cough up more than P60,000 just to continue playing.
Whenever you’re in a pick-up game, there will always be regular-looking fellows, guys who look like they don’t belong on the court. They’re either wearing a t-shirt instead of a jersey or sporting a bagong-gising look. But actually, they are the guys you need to watch out for aside from the obvious stud on the opposing team. If you disregard them, which you’ll likely do mainly because of their appearance, your team will probably lose.
We’ve all dreamed of taking the last shot at the buzzer, making it, and posing for the thousands in attendance. But not all of us will have that chance. Writer and liga legend Dinjo Constantino explains why that dream should be kept alive. And how.