After playing the role as clutch performer in two of his team’s last three wins, Cervantes had suddenly turned cold. He missed all of his five attempts from the field and went on to finish the game scoreless. #MPBL
Buoyed by their rabid home fans, the seventh-seeded Eastern dominated the Philippine squad behind their offensive brilliance, as five players finished in double-digit scoring. #ABL
“Our discipline wasn’t good in the first half and that’s not the right recipe to play successful basketball,” – Tab Baldwin #PBADL
“We also commend Kai for his commitment to play for Batang Gilas in the World Cup in Greece, and in future international competitions of the men’s national team, Gilas Pilipinas, including the FIBA World Cup here in 2023,” – SBP President Al Panlilio.
Bhoris Marasigan delivered 25 points and 21 rebounds to lead Balayan past Hotshots, 76-55, to claim the Got Game 15-under crown of the tournament sponsored by Milcu and Basketball TV. #Milcu
The camp is handled by coaches from San Beda, and is open for boys and girls.
25 coed athletes here both from Grade School and High School will represent the locality in Region 4-A (Calabarzon) on the upcoming 62nd Palarong Pambansa in Davao City on April 27 to May 4, 2019.
The event is organized by the Singapore OLympic Foundation, Sports Singapore and Temasek Foundation International.
Taguig won in double overtime before its home crowd even as Camsur emerged as the opening game winner in the inaugural season of the National Basketball League (NBL) at the Hagonoy Sports Complex in Taguig City last Saturday.
Basketball is the most-loved sport in the Philippines. For Filipinos, the ball game is more than just a pastime – it is training ground for discipline and sportsmanship, as well as for building friendships and camaraderie.