By Jon Carlos RodriguezNBA champion Matt Barnes has announced his retirement from the NBA after 15 playing years. To pay tribute, let’s take a look at one of his biggest contributions to the league: his awesome Instagram account.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezIn an alternate reality, the FEU Tamaraws and the De La Salle Green Archers battled it out in a physical, dirty finals series, turning the La Salle-Ateneo rivalry into a distant memory. This other version of life would’ve been real, if Isaac Go didn’t exist.
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.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezJust when you think Manila basketball couldn’t get any better, Nike taps talented artist Arturo Torres to design awe-inspiring murals on courts across the city.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezHe announced his retirement after 12 years in the league, two All-Star appearances, one NBA title, and one life-changing injury. We really should talk more about David Lee.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezJoel Embiid scored 46 points in a win against the Los Angeles Lakers and it nearly broke the internet.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezThe NBA All-Star Game gets a playground makeover, which could mean two things: God is a decent guy, and he’s a basketball fan.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezHere’s a (very late and slightly nonsensical) tribute to the guy on the shirt.
By Jon Carlos RodriguezThe last time the De La Salle Green Archers and the FEU Tamaraws met, they expressed what they really felt about each other. What started as an innocent, meaningless pick-up game ended up like a badly choreographed episode of Smackdown. What’s going to happen when the two teams meet again?
Where Were You When is a video series from BuhayBasket and SLAM Philippines, presented by Gatorade, that looks back at the most iconic moments in UAAP Basketball. In this first episode, we ask: Where were you when Aldeguer hit the shot?