Eric Tuadles of CEU passes off against Mark Yee of Marinerong Pilipino (PBA Images)

MPBL: Davao Occ. keeps top spot

Yee, who boasts an MPBL best 29 double-double performances, got support from Emman Calo with 13 points, Chester Saldua with 10, and Yvan Ludovice with 8 points, 8 assists and 2 steals #MPBL

John Wilson of the San Juan Knights (MPBL photo)

MPBL: Knights, Tigers try to stay on top

The Knights, leaders in the North division, are pitted against the host Pampanga Giant Lanterns at 8:30 p.m. while the Tigers, the South division pacesetters, are up against the Bicol Volcanoes at 6:30 p.m. #MPBL

Michael Juico of the Pampanga Lanterns (MPBL photo)

MPBL: Pampanga brings down powerhouse Davao Occi

Michael Juico had a rare double-double performance for the ADG Construction-backed Giant Lanterns as he pumped in 14 points and 11 rebounds while leading his squad to their eighth win in 12 games and fortified their hold of the fifth spot of the tough northern division

Mon Mabayo of the QC Capitals drives against Mark Yee of Davao Occidental. (MPBL photo)

MPBL: Davao Occ. stretches win run

Flaunting their deep bench, the Davao Occidental Tigers clobbered the Quezon City Capitals, 90-82, for their seventh straight victory and a 9-1 record in the South division of the 31-team league founded by Sen. Manny Pacquiao. #MPBL

San Juan Knights vs Pasay Voyagers (photo from MPBL Facebook)

San Juan, Davao Occ vie for MPBL title

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

Pasay Voyagers (MPBL photo)

MPBL: Davao, Pasay sustain winning runs

Host team Davao Occidental Tigers devoured on their cross breed rival Mandaluyong El Tigre even as the Pasay Voyagers continued their winning run, nipping the Quezon City Capitals in the MPBL Datu Cup at the Rizal Memorial College.