If you’re having a bad day, just remember the 2014-2015 Los Angeles Lakers.
Three superstars on one team. It has happened many times before, but never like that one time when the Oklahoma City Thunder had Russell Westbrook, James Harden, and Kevin Durant.
On paper, the 2002 UE Red Warriors were good enough to beat Blackwater. But Gec Chia happened.
In 1995, the best teen movie of all time Pare Ko was released, featuring a powerhouse cast that was as equally talented as the ’95 Sunkist Orange Juicers.
To give the Philippines its fifth gold medal at the William Jones Cup, PH-Mighty Sports swept the competition in dominating fashion. A squad composed of PBA legends, including 7’1″ EJ Feihl, did the same in ’98. Let’s remember them here in pixelated goodness.
Basketball-inspired art is the best kind of art because it successfully merges two things that you didn’t think would go well together, like Joakim Noah at a subway station waiting for a train or Jae Crowder holding a weapon.
The team representing the Philippines in this year’s Jones Cup is a ragtag group composed of journeymen, ex-PBA players, and the older Teng brother. They just might win it all.
We won’t be seeing the beasting of Calvin Abueva nor the oncourt leadership of LA Tenorio at the 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament to be held in Manila. Here are five things we will miss from the two Gilas heroes.
There will be no NBA games for at least five months. Let that sink in for a moment. Now breathe, and thank the basketball gods for giving us a crazy, exciting, and historic NBA season.
Cleveland’s 52-year championship drought is over, Craig Ehlo can finally get a good night’s sleep, and LeBron is again Finals MVP. But The King should share his Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP Award with the guys who saved the series from being a sleeping face emoji.