Eight years in the making, punctuated by an in-your-face buzzer-beating 3 in true Barangay Ginebra fashion. Let’s look back at the team’s most memorable “never say die” moments.
Traffic on EDSA. Jose Mari Chan during Christmas. Jimmy Alapag in a TNT jersey. There are certain things that just fit. That’s why it’s so jarring seeing Alapag in a Meralco Bolts jersey, even for him.
￼As early as now, PBA coaches should be tinkering with defensive strategies to stop these rising stars. Good luck with that.
Nervous energy filled the Robinson’s Midtown Mall in Ermita, Manila on a regular Sunday afternoon in August 2012. It’s the annual PBA Draft. Each time PBA Commissioner Chito Salud walked up to the podium to call a name, the anxiousness of some of was replaced with elation. For the others, despair subbed in.
On this episode of Head2Head, Charles Tiu–sitting in for Jai Reyes–and Renren Ritualo talk about the toughest players to defend and the toughest defenders in the PBA.
The PBA has tried pitting Rookies, Sophomores, Juniors against the Veterans; and North vs South in the All-Star Game. Should they try a new format for next year’s ASG? How about 48 minutes of Homegrown vs Fil-Ams? We’d watch that.
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.