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

John Wilson of the San Juan Knights and Tonino Gonzaga of the QC Capitals fight it out to get the rebound. (MPBL photo)

MPBL: Knights stay perfect; Pasay, Nueva Ecija win

John Wilson, a player known for his scoring prowess, played an extra ordinary effort in finishing with 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Knights to their eighth straight win. Now 8-0, San Juan has just matched the best start in league history posted by Muntinlupa last season.

Pamboy Raymundo of the GenSan Warriors (MPBL photo)

MPBL: Warriors, Capitals down foes

Fil-Am Mike Williams and prized acquisition Pamboy Raymundo powered the Warriors past the Shoemasters, 96-89, while Aaron Black posted a triple double and five other Capitals drilled in twin digits as Quezon City dumped Binan City, 110-85. #MPBL

Arvin Tolentino (25) of Wangs (PBA Images)

Ex-UAAP standouts join MPBL

Montalbo will play for the retooling Makati Super Crunch, one of the hottest teams in the recent MPBL Datu Cup, but falter in the playoffs and lost to the Quezon City Capitals in the northern division quarterfinal round.

Navotas Clutch (photo from MPBL Facebook)

MPBL: Navotas, Bataan show readiness for playoffs

The Clutch ran roughshod over the Quezon City Capitals, 120-115, on a record-setting night and served notice of its readiness for the quarterfinal round. They hit 16 triples on their way to recording the most points scored by any team in the young two-season history of the league. #MPBL