By Ron Evangelista, BuhayBasket contributorDuring my awkward growing up stage in the 2000’s, basketball had always always been a staple of our daily television diet like every traditional Filipino household. NBA games were on in the mornings and PBA marquee matchups were on in the evenings.
In this episode of Grassroots, the BuhayBasket guys talk about the different type of ringchasers—those players who won a ring at the latter part of their careers.
In this episode of Where Were You When?, we talk about that time Derek Fisher changed the course of Lakers history, and needed just four-tenths of a second to do it.
BuhayBasket’s in-depth look at Nike Hypercourt continues. This time, with a little help from Thirdy Ravena.
BuhayBasket’s in-depth look at Nike Hypercourt continues with Ateneo star Thirdy Ravena. Check out this teaser video.
Not all fans are created equal. If your favorite team didn’t make the NBA Playoffs, how do you pick a team to root for?
There are teams that make it to the NBA Playoffs unexpectedly, making a run to the championship that is both unlikely and inspiring. Which ones are your favorites? Read More
By Ron EvangelistaAs a kid, weekend mornings were always the best time of the week. My mom cooking breakfast, fresh coffee brewing, and the sun slowly starting to envelop the vibrant city streets. However, what made it complete was my dad, me and my older brother watching NBA games on the TV.
Thanks to Ray Allen, the Miami Heat survived Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals. Where were you when Jesus Shuttlesworth took on his role as savior?
By Ron EvangelistaEvery once in a while, someone comes along that completely changes the whole blueprint of a sport. Sometimes, the game makes a player more than just a superstar, legend, or hall of famer. Sometimes, a sport breeds a hero. Jamaica had Usain Bolt, Mexico had Marco Antonio Barrera, and Switzerland had Roger Federer. For basketball-crazy Argentina, they have Emmanuel Ginobili.