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03-28-2006, 02:54 PM
Results for March 25, 2006



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03-28-2006, 02:57 PM
Results for March 26. 2006



03-29-2006, 11:05 AM
Results for Mar. 28, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Magnolia def. Teletech, 57 - 46

Montana def. Granny Goose, 66 - 58

03-31-2006, 10:05 AM
Results for Mar. 30, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Hapee PCU def. Harbour Centre, 68 - 63

Rain or Shine def. Toyota Otis, 73 - 67

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04-02-2006, 01:34 PM
Results for April 1, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Rain or shine def. Hapee-PCU 66-48

Toyota-Otis def. Harbour Centre 76-74

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04-03-2006, 11:45 AM
Results for April 2, 2006 (Olivares College Sports Center, Parañaque)

Teletech def. Granny Goose, 78-69

Montana def. Magnolia, 68-60

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04-04-2006, 11:07 PM
Results for April 4, 2006 (FEU Gym)

Montana def. Rain or Shine, 60-58

Toyota-Otis def. Teletech, 72-69 OT

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04-07-2006, 08:54 AM
Results for April 6, 2006 (FEU Gym)

Magnolia def. Harbour Centre, 63-57

Granny Goose def. Hapee-PCU, 76-71

04-08-2006, 10:06 PM
kinagat pa ni yeo yung ulo ni joel co after that sinapak pa!

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04-14-2006, 10:18 AM
Results for April 8, 2006 (Olivares College Sports Center, Parañaque)

Rain or Shine def. Teletech, 71-65

Toyota-Otis def. Montana, 73-65

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04-14-2006, 10:20 AM
Results for April 9, 2006 (Olivares College Sports Center, Parañaque)

Harbour Centre def. Granny Goose, 84-81

Hapee-PCU def. Magnolia, 77-60

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04-14-2006, 10:22 AM
Results for April 11, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Harbour Centre def. Teletech, 77-63

Granny Goose def. Rain or Shine, 62-61

04-19-2006, 08:53 AM
Results for April 18, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Magnolia def. Toyota-Otis, 81-77

Montana def. Hapee, 90-81

04-23-2006, 02:16 PM
Results for April 22, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Montana def. Harbour Centre, 69-66

Rain Or Shine def. Magnolia, 63-52

04-23-2006, 06:26 PM
whatever happened to ronnie bughao? i heard he was placed on the reserve list afer ty tang came in, any info regarding this? thanks

04-24-2006, 09:00 AM
Sparks climb out of 23-point hole

First posted 03:16am (Mla time) April 24, 2006
By Francis Ochoa

Editor's Note: Published on page A34 of the Apr. 24, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

GAMES TOMORROW (San Andres Gym, Malate)
2 p.m. -- Harbour Centre vs. Magnolia Ice Cream
4 p.m. -- Montaña Pawnshop vs. Rain or Shine

THERE SEEMS to be no hole the Toyota Otis Sparks cannot climb out of.

Faced with a 23-point deficit, the Sparks leaned on the heroics of Boyet Bautista to squeeze out a thrilling 82-80 victory over hard-luck TeleTech to grab solo second at the start of the second round of the 2006 PBL Unity Cup at the Olivarez Sports Center in Parañaque City.

Bautista spearheaded the Sparks' gutsy comeback that saw Toyota register its biggest come-from-behind win en route to its sixth victory in eight starts.

But it wasn't the only comeback Toyota has fashioned out so far.

In the first round, the Sparks also crawled out of a 20-point hole to pip Montaña Pawnshop.

In this latest show of never-say-die spirit, Bautista helped seal the victory with a pinpoint assist to Joe Devance, who converted the game-winning basket in the final seven seconds.

Devance topscored for the Sparks with 27 points on 12-of-19 shooting from the field and chipped in nine boards and two assists. Bautista wound up with 16 points.

Jose Rizal University product Marco Fajardo also contributed a rare four-point play that jump-started the Sparks' blistering third-quarter rally.

In the second game, Granny Goose hammered Hapee-PCU, 66-54, to improve to 4-4.

With JR Quiñahan imposing his will inside the paint, the Snackmasters sent the Teethmasters to a 3-5 slate.

The scores:

First Game
TOYOTA OTIS 82 -- Devance 27, Bautista 16, Andaya 8, Casio 7, Fajardo 7, Aldave 6, Daa 4, Aban 4, Larong 2, Coronel 1, Rodriguez 0, Oreta 0, Cabahug 0.

TELETECH 80 -- Gelig 16, Latoreno 14, Sierra 8, Mercado 8, Capus 7, Tang 6, Magdadaro 5, Tolentino 5, Duncil 4, Estrada 4, Doruelo 3.

Quarters: 15-25, 26-47, 49-61, 82-80.

Second Game
GRANNY GOOSE 66 -- Latonio 16, Quiñahan 13, Ibanes 12, Grijaldo 8, Saldua 4, Alfad 4, Cruz 4, Dela Peña 2, Santos 2, Ferrer 1, Concha 0, Chua 0.

HAPEE-PCU 54 -- Solis 10, Castro 9, Belga 8, Moreno 6, Sanz 5, Garrido 3, Espinas 3, Bucao 2, Gonzales 2, Razon 2, Guevarra 2, Canlas 2, Nailon 0, Baculi 0.

Quarters: 17-4, 27-20, 46-32, 65-34.

04-24-2006, 09:12 AM
Results for April 23, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Toyota Otis def. Teletech, 82-80

Granny Goose def. Hapee-PCU, 66-54

04-26-2006, 08:37 AM
Results for April 25, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Magnoli Otis def. Harbour Centre, 74-65

Rain or Shine def. Montana, 94-86

04-28-2006, 07:44 AM
Results for April 27, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Rain Or Shine def. Hapee, 62-59

Harbour Centre def. Toyota, 80-71

04-30-2006, 08:28 AM
Results for April 29, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Montana def. Teletech, 64-63

Granny Goose def. Magnolia, 65-45

05-01-2006, 11:07 AM
Results for April 30, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Harbour Centre def. Rain or Shine, 59-56

Toyota-Otis def. Hapee, 69-59

05-03-2006, 09:21 AM
Results for May 2, 2006 (San Anres Gym)

Teletech def. Granny Goose, 76-74

Montana def. Magnolia, 85-79

05-05-2006, 07:33 AM
Results for May 4, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Harbour Centre def. Hapee-PCU, 69-64

Toyota Otis def. Rain or Shine, 67-61

05-11-2006, 10:30 AM
Results for May 7, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Magnolia def. Teletech, 88-79

Granny Goose def. Montana, 88-73

05-12-2006, 07:56 AM
Results for May 11, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Teletech def. Hapee, 76-72

Toyota-Otis def. Granny Goose, 73-64

05-14-2006, 07:49 AM
Results for May 13, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Teletech def. Rain or Shine, 90-76

Montana def. Toyota-Otis, 69-63

05-15-2006, 07:43 AM
Results for May 14, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Granny Goose def. Harbour Centre, 85-78

Magnolia def. Hapee, 64-62

05-17-2006, 09:44 AM
Results for May 16, 2006 (San Andres Gym)

Granny Goose def. Rain or Shine, 78-73

Harbour Centre def. Teletech, 81-78 (OT)

05-19-2006, 08:50 AM
Results for May 18, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Toyota-Otis def. Magnolia, 89-85

Hapee def. Montana, 78-74

05-21-2006, 11:29 AM
Results for May 20, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Montana def. Harbour Centre, 95-84

Rain or Shine def. Magnolia, 74-69

05-24-2006, 07:26 AM
Results for May 23, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Rain or Shine def. Magnolia, 65-60

Harbour Centre def. Granny Goose, 59-51

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05-26-2006, 11:49 AM
Result for May 25, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)

Harbour Centre def. Granny Goose, 73-60

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05-29-2006, 05:40 PM
Result for May 27, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)


Harbour Centre def. Montana Jewels, 85-79

Toyota-Otis def. Rain or Shine, 64-59

05-31-2006, 01:28 PM
Results for May 30, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)


Montana def. Harbour, 86-82

Toyota-Otis def. Rain or Shine, 71-55

06-02-2006, 06:51 AM
Results for June 1, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)


Harbour Centre def. Montana, 95-93

Toyota-Otis def. Rain or Shine, 71-56

06-04-2006, 12:40 PM
Results for June 3, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)


Harbour Centre def. Montana, 86-80

06-08-2006, 08:42 PM
anyone with results for game 1? please post, i wasn't able to finish the game :(

06-09-2006, 07:06 AM
Results for June 8, 2006 (Olivares Sports Center)


Toyota Otis def. Harbour Centre, 68-51

06-16-2006, 12:12 AM
Toyota 5 aims for jugular

Toyota Otis coach Louie Alas says he wants to finish the Philippine Basketball League Unity Cup title series Thursday in order for the Sparks to finally savor the sweetest sensation of all—a championship victory.

His Harbour Centre counterpart Jorge Gallent, however, vows there will be a Game 5, with no multicolored balloons falling and streamers unfolding today.

If that’s part of their psy-war, that’s music to everybody’s ears—whether they’re for Toyota Otis or they’re pro-Harbour Centre.

No one can blame Alas and Gallent for their fearless forecasts, since both coaches and their teams have worked so hard just to reach this stage.

So when they meet again today, expect more drama and lightning-fast action to highlight Ga-me 4 of their best-of-five series at the Olivarez Sports Center in Parañaque City.

Game 3 was marked by several jaw-dropping shots, among them the spectacular lay-up of Harbour’s LA Tenorio and the three-point explosion of Jayvee Casio.

"We’ll go for the jugular," said Alas moments after steering the Sparks to a thrilling 83-80 win that put them within reach their first crown since joining the PBL two years ago.

If Toyota Otis prevails, it will become the first team to win a championship after finishing dead last in a previous conference.

Though they know the mission isn’t easy, Alas and company are hell-bent to accomplish the feat.

"It’s hard to beat Harbour Centre twice in a row with the way they’re playing, so we have to prepare really hard. We have to be real smart," said Alas. "We to limit their production to just 60 points or below."

It was the first time in their last six wins that the Sparks prevailed despite allowing their opponents to score more than 60. Still, Alas was not happy about it.

Good thing the coach managed to pull another ace out of his sleeve in the sharp-shooting Casio when the team needed it most.

Almost forgotten after going scoreless in the first two games, Casio came through with an avalanche of treys late in the third period that buried the Port Masters for good.

Gallent offered no excuses for their collapse, saying Toyota Otis’ transition defense caught his charges off-guard, especially his big men.

"We have to be extra careful next time. We have to beat their defense," said Gallent. "The series is not yet over, there’s still a Game 5. But to win Game 4, my big men will have to play solid defense, not just jump and rebound." Frank Calapre

Game Thursday (Olivarez Sports Center)

3 p.m.–Harbour Centre vs. Toyota Otis

Series Recap

Game 1: Toyota Otis 68, Harbour Centre 51

Game 2: Harbour Centre 78, Toyota Otis 63

Game 3: Toyota Otis 83, Harbour Centre 80

(Toyota Otis leads series, 2-1)

06-16-2006, 06:17 AM
Harbour five forces a Game 5

By FRANK CALAPRE, The Manila Times Correspondent

Chico Lanete and LA Tenorio scored 15 of Harbour Centre’s 23 points in the fourth period to lift the Port Masters to a huge 73-55 win over Toyota Otis on Thursday and forged a rubber match for the championship of the 2006 Philippine Basketball League Unity Cup at the Olivarez College Sports Center in Parañaque City.

The Port Masters took advantage of the Sparks’ 12 turnovers in the first half to erect a huge 19-point lead, which they preserved until the buzzer to level the best-of-five series at 2-2.

Lanete’s triple triggered a fiery 23-11 breakaway by the Sparks, who could only reduce the gap to 9 points, 55-46, with only 6:42 remaining in the fourth game of the series.

"Our defense today was remarkable. We started well and we ended well," said Harbour Center coach Jorge Gallent.

Gallent said it would surely be a down-the-wire battle for the crown on Saturday, with neither team enjoying a psychological advantage.

"For sure on Saturday it’s going to a tough game. But we will do our best to win the series. What we did today, we will do it again in the rubber match," added Gallent, whose Port Masters are seeking their first championship since joining the league—together with the Sparks—in 2004.

Toyota Otis won Game 1, 68-51, but Harbour Centre exacted vengeance, 78-63, in the second game before the Sparks took a 2-1 series lead via a close 83-80 victory in the third match on Tuesday.

The Sparks tried to move closer in the last five minutes of the match but to no avail, as the 5-foot-11 Lanete took the cudgels for the Port Masters, firing two straight baskets to widen the gap back to 18 points, 68-50, only 2:48 left in the game.

"All the boys stepped up, and that’s what I asked of them before the game, especially the De La Salle and Ateneo boys. Thank God they responded," Gellent stressed.

Lanete finished with 20 points on top of four rebounds and two assists, while Tenorio scored 15 points, nine in the second half. Forward Richard Alonzo made 8 points.

Filipino American Joe Devance was the only Toyota Otis player who scored in double digits with 16. Key reserves Jonathan Aldave and JP Alcaraz could only finish with 8 and 6 points, respectively.

The Scores:

HARBOUR CENTRE 73–Lanete 20, Tenorio 15, Alonzo 8, Reyes 7, Chia 6, Maierhofer 5, Arana 5, Gaco 5, Dy 1, Yeo 1.

TOYOTA OTIS 55–Devance 16, Aldave 8, Alcaraz 6, Bautista 6, Casio 5, Fajardo 3, Daa, 3, Andaya 2, Rodriguez 2, Coronel 2, Larong 2, Oreta 0.

Quarter: 16-11; 39-22; 50-40; 73-55

Game Friday (Olivarez Sports Center)

3 p.m.–Toyota Otis vs. Harbour Centre

06-16-2006, 07:13 AM
Harbour sets up a do-or-die duel

Portmasters rout Sparks to level series


HARBOUR CENTRE isn’t just about Joseph Yeo. Coach Jorge Gallent proved that yesterday as Harbour Centre rode on the heroics of L.A. Tenorio, Chico Lanete and a slew of supporting cast to crush Toyota Otis, 73-55, and force a do-or-die match in their 2006 PBL Unity Cup title series at the Olivarez Sports Center in Parañaque City.

With Yeo struggling offensively, the Port Masters went to Lanete and Tenorio who responded with their clutch shooting to tie their best-of-5 title series at 2-2.

Yeo was held to a career-low one point as he missed all his eight attempts from the field, including three from the 3-point zone.

Fortunately for the Port Masters, especially for Gallent, Yeo did not force his shots in the final two quarters.

"At half time, he told me na malas daw siya so sabi niya, mag-assist na lang daw siya," said Gallent of his ace player who finished with eight rebounds, four assists and two steals in 28 minutes.

Tenorio doubly made up for Yeo’s poor shooting as he did just almost everything for the team, knocking in triples, rebounding and dishing out assists. But his greatest contribution was the calming influence he provided to the team during Toyota’s searing comeback.

He finished with 15 points on 3-of-4 shooting from the 3-point region on top of seven rebounds and two assists.

And Lanete? He was spectacular, too.

After a scoreless performance in Games 1 and 3, Lanete exploded for 20 points, including a triple at the start of the second quarter that turned out to be needed push as the Port Masters came through with several spurts.

With Ryan Arana, coming back from a one-game suspension, and Chad Alonzo joining the scoring spree, the Port Masters posted 39-22 lead as they outscored the Sparks 23-11.

"Our defense played a big factor plus the fact that Chico and LA stepped up big," said Gallent. "Some of my back-up players also did well."

The deciding Game 5 is set tomorrow with the winner joining the elite list of champions. Both teams are bidding for a breakthrough win.

"If we can play with the same intensity and discipline, we’re going to win the series," said Gallent. "We have to be tough and smart on Saturday to win the championship."

Aside from their never-say-die attitude, the Port Masters leaned on their brilliant transition defense that denied the Sparks easy shots.

They also clogged the passing lanes for big men Joe Calvin Devance and Mark Andaya, thus forcing several Toyota Otis players to shoot from the outside but had no success.

06-18-2006, 01:44 AM
Port Masters snuff out Sparks, claim first PBL crown

By FRANK CALAPRE, Correspondent

Joseph Yeo fired seven three-pointers, four in the fourth quarter, as Harbour Centre survived a scary 73-66 win over Toyota Otis Saturday to capture its first Philippine Basketball League title, the 2006 PBL Unity Cup, at the Olivarez College Sports Center in Parañaque City.

With the Port Masters down by four points at the end of the third period, Yeo suddenly exploded with two straight triples to move them back on top, 59-57, still 7:59 remaining in the do-or-die match.

Yeo scored a game-high 28 points for the Port Masters, 13 in the fourth period, on top of six rebounds and a steal. LA Tenorio added 17 and Richard Alonzo made 9 points.

But what sealed Harbour Centre’s victory was their tight defense in the payoff period, holding the Sparks scoreless for five minutes and only nine points in the fourth quarter.

"It’s great to win the championship. I give credit to Joseph Yeo and LA Tenorio and the whole team," said Harbour Centre’s youthful owner, Mikee Romero.

"We really did a good job in limiting Toyota in the final period. I told the boys we can win the series if we play good defense," added Port Masters head coach Jorge Gallent.

Harbour Centre is one of the few teams in PBL history to win the crown in just three conferences since entering the league, having joined in the first conference of 2005.

The Port Masters showed superior firepower from the three-point area, hitting 12 of 23 attempts for a high 52 percent clip.

The Sparks, which won Games 1 (68-51) and 3 (83-80) could only hit 2 of 18 tries.

"The boys believed in themselves that they can do it, and that was the biggest factor in our victory," added Gallent, whose wards won Games 2 (73-55) and 4 (78-63).

The Scores:

Harbour Centre 73—Yeo 28, Tenorio 17, Alonzo 9, Arana 5, Chia 5, Reyes 4, Lanete 3, Coching 2, Maierhofer 0, Gaco 0.

Toyota Otis 66—Devance 14, Casio 10, Oreta 8, Larong 6, Aldave 6, Bautista 6, Daa 6, Alcaraz 6, Coronel 2, Rodriguez 2, Andaya 0.

Quarters: 20-15, 34-36, 53-57, 73-66.

11-14-2006, 08:34 PM
Who won on todays game?

11-14-2006, 09:18 PM
there's a replay of todays games at sky channel 33..8-12..

11-14-2006, 10:00 PM
Nov. 13, 2006 @ Olivarez

Cebuana Lhuillier def. Kettle Korn 99-72

Box Scores:
Cebuana 99 - Bono 19, Kramer 18, Dulay 13, Abadia 12, Santos 10, Mendoza 6, Escalona 5, Oreta 5, Gonzales 5, Dela Cuesta 5, Yee 1, Buyco 0, Co 0, Tagupa 0, Uy 0.

Kettle Korn 72 - Hubalde 15, Evangelista 11, Urbiztondo 9, Santos 6, Cuan 6, Taylor 5, Espiritu 5, Duncil 4, Dizon 3, Canlas 2, De Guzman 2, Allera 2, Cortez 0.

Quarters: 27-7, 45-34, 71-52, 99-72.

11-18-2006, 10:16 PM
talo cebuana lhuillier kanina against sista.. 71-81 final score i think..

11-21-2006, 05:17 PM
any updates?

11-21-2006, 06:23 PM
OT daw ang laro ng Magnolia. Start pa lang ng extension. May replay daw mamaya. Uwi na muna ako para mahabol yung replay. Pero daan muna ako sa 7 - 11 para bumili ng 3 boteng SMB.

Sabi nga ni atenista_comm, mamam muna.

11-21-2006, 08:03 PM
cebuana lhuillier won over magnolia in overtime. final score 89-85. macky escalona was the player of the game. he made crucial baskets for the team and even forced magnolia a turnover because of a backing violation. nakakatuwa si macky kanina coz he pointed the foot of that magnolia player because his foot touched the half court line(if you call it that way).. bono was also consistent all through out.. kramer also shot 2 crucial jumpers..

11-22-2006, 01:25 PM
i did not expected that game yesterday. Sayang yung mga bet ko ha. Ang ganda pa naman ng line up ng Magnolia. Hopefully they would gain to win there next game. And also to Sista Sealers, I'm sure dissappointed si Coach Kaloy dun its there first loss.

11-23-2006, 06:19 PM
harbour centre with king eagle jc intal won against kettle korn kanina.. 21-point margin.. and jc intal made his thing again(dunk!) but was fouled out..

11-23-2006, 06:58 PM
Nice game on Saturday for PBL and Sunday for Homegrown Cup.

Both San Beda vs. UST; Magnolia vs. Kettle Korn on Saturday and Battle of the Champion Cats; Lions vs. Tigers.

11-27-2006, 01:16 PM
Nice game to Magnolia Spinners! so San-beda defeat UST here in PBL. No questions about Magnolia's style of playing they deserve to win because of good line up and good shooting skills. Ano ba naman yung combination nina Bonbon, Yousiff and Sam Ekwe talagang maganda..again better luck to Kettle Korn next game :)

11-27-2006, 01:30 PM
Kettle Korn looks to be horribly outmatched against the other PBL teams.. But the experience should do UST lots of good for the next UAAP season.

10-21-2007, 12:25 AM
2007-2008 PBL


Game 1:

Game 2:

02-26-2008, 09:45 PM
Hapee pounds Toyota Otis, 77-62

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines -- New Hapee coach Louie Alas turned to the Complete Protectors' old reliable cast to hammer out a 77-62 triumph over Toyota Otis and get their campaign off to another strong start in the PBL Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup Tuesday at The Arena in San Juan.

The trio of Mark Borboran, Fil-Am Gabe Norwood and Larry Rodriguez proved enough to carry the offensive load as the Complete Protectors made do with just a 10-man lineup.

Borboran buried a game-high 21 points after presiding in the final canto that turned the Complete Protectors' slim 46-43 edge into a 67-55 spread heading into the last two minutes.

Along with Hapee, Pharex also joined opening-day winners Harbour Center and Noosa Shoes on top of the team standings following an 86-83 triumph over Bacchus in the first game.

Don Vilamin grabbed a crucial rebound and nailed two key free throws with 4.6 seconds remaining as the Medics survived the Raiders' rally from a 54-41 deficit in the third period.

The scores:

First Game

PHAREX 86 -- Oreta 20, Bughao 17, Villamin 14, Saladaga11, Co 7, Matias 7, Alfad 6, Bulawan 2, Bauzon 2, Allera 0, Gerilla 0, De Guzman 0.

BACCHUS 83 -- Cruz 22, Luanzon 16, Yee 11, Cagoco 10, Cañizares 7, Mondragon 4, Fampulme 4, Raymundo 4, Williams 4, Dela Cruz 1, Angeles 0, Labagala 0, Viardo 0, Mendoza 0.

Quarters: 21-17, 42-35, 63-58, 86-83

Second Game

HAPEE 77 -- Borboran 21, Norwood 15, Rodriguez 12, Mercado 8, Grijaldo 6, Saguindel 6, Cruz 4, Viray 3, Quinday 2, Espiritu 0.

TOYOTA OTIS 62 -- Cabahug 16, Bucao 9, Rodriguez 8, Sta. Maria 6, Tan 6, Villanueva 5, Faundo 4, Dedicatoria 4, Sena 2, Hayes 2, Berame 0, Aldave 0, Balgoa 0, Jaime 0, Guerrero 0.

ankle breaker
02-27-2008, 05:17 AM
butlog si berame?

03-01-2008, 10:22 PM
im new here..hehehe.. gabe is d best! :P

03-02-2008, 12:31 AM
Hapee wins over Bacchus, 85-83

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines -- Mark Borboran buried a triple with four seconds remaining as Hapee Toothpaste averted a near-upset over the Bacchus Raiders, 85-83, in the PBL Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup Saturday at The Arena in San Juan.

Before Borboran's heroics, Filipino-American Gabe Norwood drilled 12 of his 21 points in the final five minutes to keep the Complete Protectors in fighting form following a 66-66 deadlock.

Hapee, which joined Harbour Centre on top with a 2-0 record, trailed by a point, 83-82, after Christian Luanzon nailed a jumper with 15.3 seconds left to cap the Raiders' comeback from a 50-39 deficit.

Borboran registered 14 markers, while point guard Earn Saguindel led the Complete Protectors' early charge for 13 points and six assists.

Nat Cruz took over the Raiders' run in the third period to finish with 15 points and 15 boards.

The Raiders, who won just one game last conference, absorbed their second straight loss.

The scores:

HAPEE 85 -- Norwood 21, Borboran 14, Saguindel 13, Rodriguez 10, Cruz 8,
Espiritu 4, Quinday 4, Mercado 4, Grijaldo 4, Viray 3.

BACCHUS 83 -- Cruz 15, Cagoco 11, Cañizares 10, Mondragon 10, Luanzon 9,
Yee 9, Angeles 6, Raymundo 6, Mendoza 4, Fampulme 3, Dela Cruz 0.

Quarters: 25-15, 47-37, 62-63, 85-83

03-02-2008, 12:32 AM
Burger King dumps Nokia, 83-61

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines -- Burger King spoiled the Nokia Philippine Youth Team 's PBL debut with an 83-61 victory in the Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup Saturday at The Arena in San Juan.

Veteran Nestor David and new recruit Nicho Popus got the Whoppers off to early double-digit leads that paved the way for an easy second straight win after an opening-day setback.

With the margin up at 32-17, the Youth squad rallied to trim the lead to 34-24 behind 16-year-old guard Joseph Tolentino of University of the Philippines and 6-foot-6 Philip Paredes, a junior high school student from Sacred Heart-Cagayan de Oro.

Popus, a 5-foot-11 shooting guard from Acsat, top-scored with 17 points, while David added 14 for the Whoppers.

The guest stint is part of the national team's preparation for its First international competition in the Southeast Asian Basketball Association (Seaba) youth tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this May.

The scores:

BURGER KING 83 -- Popus 17, David 14, Masbang 10, Arellano 7, Bravo 6, Baluyot 6, Ballesteros 5, Misa 5, Bonus 4, Gregorio 3, Canlas 2, Santos 2, Barcellano 2.

NOKIA RP YOUTH 61 -- Tolentino 9, Marata 9, Garcia 7, Paredes 6, Teng 5, Banal 5, Terso 5, Mendoza 4, Flores 4, Sumido 3, Golla 2, Manguera 2, De Guzman 0, M. Mendoza 0.

Quarters: 25-12, 49-34, 67-49, 83-61

03-02-2008, 12:33 AM
Pharex stuns Toyota, 98-78

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines -- Pharex pulled off a stunner with a 98-78 rout of Toyota Otis to grab a share of the lead in the PBL Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup Saturday at The Arena in San Juan.

Ronnie Bughao, who delivered an all-around game of 15 points, 11 assists, and seven rebounds, teamed up with Francis Allera in the second half to power the Medics to their second straight triumph.

Toyota Otis remained winless in two games.

The scores:

PHAREX 98 -- Oreta 16, Saladaga 15, Bughao 15, Allera 13, Bauzon 10,
Matias 8, Villamin 7, Gerilla 6, Co 4, Bulawan 2, Alfad 2.

TOYOTA OTIS 78 -- Sta. Maria 19, Jaime 17, Cabahug 15, Villanueva 12,
Faundo 6, Aldave 2, Hayes 2, Tan 2, Dedicatoria 2, Bucao 1, Balgos 0,
Sena 0, Guerrero 0, Rodriguez 0.

Quarters: 20-24, 50-46, 74-61, 98-78

03-02-2008, 01:09 AM
kawawa naman RP youth ah, di kaya mawala kumpyansa ng mga batang ito, masaydo ng mabigat labanan sa PBL
Burger King dumps Nokia, 83-61

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines -- Burger King spoiled the Nokia Philippine Youth Team 's PBL debut with an 83-61 victory in the Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup Saturday at The Arena in San Juan.

Veteran Nestor David and new recruit Nicho Popus got the Whoppers off to early double-digit leads that paved the way for an easy second straight win after an opening-day setback.

With the margin up at 32-17, the Youth squad rallied to trim the lead to 34-24 behind 16-year-old guard Joseph Tolentino of University of the Philippines and 6-foot-6 Philip Paredes, a junior high school student from Sacred Heart-Cagayan de Oro.

Popus, a 5-foot-11 shooting guard from Acsat, top-scored with 17 points, while David added 14 for the Whoppers.

The guest stint is part of the national team's preparation for its First international competition in the Southeast Asian Basketball Association (Seaba) youth tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this May.

The scores:

BURGER KING 83 -- Popus 17, David 14, Masbang 10, Arellano 7, Bravo 6, Baluyot 6, Ballesteros 5, Misa 5, Bonus 4, Gregorio 3, Canlas 2, Santos 2, Barcellano 2.

NOKIA RP YOUTH 61 -- Tolentino 9, Marata 9, Garcia 7, Paredes 6, Teng 5, Banal 5, Terso 5, Mendoza 4, Flores 4, Sumido 3, Golla 2, Manguera 2, De Guzman 0, M. Mendoza 0.

Quarters: 25-12, 49-34, 67-49, 83-61

03-02-2008, 01:19 AM
I think winning is only a consolation prize. The experience they gain in PBL and the team Chemistry that they can build is far more important than winning. They are young and raw, But dont count them out. They just started.

03-02-2008, 10:00 AM
I think winning is only a consolation prize. The experience they gain in PBL and the team Chemistry that they can build is far more important than winning. They are young and raw, But dont count them out. They just started.

i agree. its against these teams matututo yun mga bata dumiskarte at manggulang na rin. but more than that, i believe this is the best way to gain trust to their teammates and their coach.

03-05-2008, 10:32 AM
Harbour Center rips Bacchus; Burger wins

Philippine Daily Inquirer

Harbour Centre rolled to a trouble-free 90-70 victory over Bacchus Tuesday and extended its winning run to three in the PBL Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup Tuesday at the Rizal Coliseum.

Just five days after posting a 31-point blowout triumph over upstart Noosa Shoes, the four-time champion made winning look easy anew as national team members Jeff Chan, Beau Belga and Jason Castro took charge early.

Chan shot 13 points, built on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting clip in the first half, to power Batang Pier to a 46-29 edge. He eventually finished with 17 markers.

“We’re distributing the ball better,” said coach Jorge Gallent, who has on his rotation seven players from the Philippine team that won the basketball gold in the 2007 Southeast Asian Games.

“Our team is jelling already. We used to have problems because seven (national team) players needed to jell with the players of last conference.”

Burger King also streaked to its third straight triumph via a 75-66 decision of winless Toyota Otis in the second game.

In the nightcap, Hapee overwhelmed the Nokia Philippine Youth Team, 94-57, to join Harbour Centre on top at 3-0.

Earn Saguindel led the early assault against the under-18 guest squad to topscore with 20 points.

The Whoppers steadily pulled away from a 54-53 advantage early in the fourth period as Chris Baluyot and Kelvin Gregorio knocked in the key baskets for a 71-66 lead heading into the final minute.

“Everybody just got involved,” said coach Allan Gregorio after the Whoppers improved to 3-1. “We were able to do the small details that we were emphasizing during practice.”

The Sparks, surprisingly winless in three outings, came out firing after the break with Jonathan Aldave going 6-of-6 from beyond the arc, before missing his last five attempts in the closing minutes.

The scores:

First Game
HARBOUR CENTRE 90—Chan 17, Belga 12, Castro 11, Gaco 11, Bautista 9, Ababou 8, Alonzo 6, Mercado 4, Fernandez 3, Tang 2, Malabanan 2, Vergara 2, Gamboa 2, Asoro 1, Taylor 0.
BACCHUS 70—Yee 18, Labagala 12, Cruz 7, Luanzon 7, Cagoco 7, Mendoza 4, Mondragon 4, Fampulme 4, Williams 3, Cañizares 2, Raymundo 2, Angeles 0, Dela Cruz 0.
Quarters: 29-15, 46-29, 71-44, 90-70

Second Game
BURGER KING 75—Bravo 14, Baluyot 11, Gregorio 11, Misa 10, Arellano 7, Ballesteros 6, David 6, Barcellano 6, Santos 2, Bonus 2, Canlas 0.
TOYOTA OTIS 66—Aldave 28, Jaime 9, Villanueva 7, Faundo 6, Sta. Maria 5, Cabahug 3, Sena 2, Hayes 2, Tan 2, Rodriguez 2, Berame 0, Bucao 0.
Quarters: 15-16, 29-25, 52-53, 75-66

Third Game
HAPEE 94—Saguindel 20, Viray 19, Quinday 13, Espiritu 11,Norwood 10, Cruz 6, Borboran 5, Mercado 5, Grijaldo 5.
NOKIA RP YOUTH 57—Teng 11, Mendoza 10, Lopez 8, Flores 7, Tolentino 6, Garcia 4, Golla 4, Marata 3, De Guzman 2, Ramos 2, Mendoza 0, Sumido 0, Manguera 0, Terso 0.
Quarters: 24-7, 44-22, 74-40, 94-57

03-05-2008, 10:35 AM
Finally Jim Viray scored in double digits. The last time he scored double figures is when he suited-up for mail and more. Somehow he is making the most out of reed's absense.

03-05-2008, 11:04 AM
He is playing against a bunch of 18 year olds... ::)

03-05-2008, 11:14 AM
He is playing against a bunch of 18 year olds... ::)

Some are younger. hehe.. ;D anyway, hope he gets more playing time.

03-06-2008, 06:24 PM
PBL Results

San Mig Coffee 91, Pharex Medics 82
Noosa Shoes 77, Hapee Toothpaste 76
(Noy Javier hit a buzzer-beating three to hand Hapee its first loss)

Harbour 3-0
Hapee 3-1
Burger King 3-1
Noosa 2-1
Pharex 2-1
San Mig 1-2
Toyota Otis 0-3
Bacchus 0-3

Games Saturday (The Arena, San Juan)

12 nn -- RP Youth vs. Pharex
2 pm -- Bacchus vs. Toyota Otis
4 pm -- Harbour Centre vs. Burger King

03-07-2008, 03:10 AM
Noosa routs Hapee, 77-76

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines -- Noy Javier knocked down a triple at the buzzer as the unheralded Noosa Shoes stunned the star-studded Hapee Toothpaste with a 77-76 upset in the PBL Lipovitan Amino Sports Cup Thursday at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum.

With only 2.5 seconds left, Kelvin dela Peña lobbed the inbound pass to Javier, who nailed the game-winning shot almost three feet away from the three-point arc.

"It was a designed play, a well executed play," said Noosa coach Leo Isaac. "Sometimes you have to gamble. Why take it to overtime when we had the opportunity to win."

Allan Evangelista also contributed eight of his 13 points in the last three minutes to lead the Shoe Stars' rally from a 63-70 deficit against the erstwhile unbeaten Complete Protectors.

The Shoe Stars, who came off a 31-point drubbing, 79-48, versus Harbour Centre, climbed to fifth place at 2-1.

The Complete Protectors fell to a share of second place with Burger King at 3-1.

The scores:

NOOSA 77--Javier 18, Evangelista 13, Serios 8, Cirriacruz 8, Mangahas 7, Dela Peña 5, Vizcarra 5, Wilson 5, Burtscher 4, Celada 4, Robles 0.

HAPEE 76--Norwood 18, Borboran 16, Mercado 9, Saguindel 8, Cruz 7, Espiritu 6, Rodriguez 5, Grijaldo 4, Quinday 3, Viray 0.

Quarters: 19-12, 40-33, 55-58, 77-76

ankle breaker
03-14-2008, 04:42 AM
are you sure the score is a rout? it was shown as 77-76, that means they win by a hairline (1 point).

05-19-2009, 08:57 PM
Cobra lives another day by upseting Oracle. Torrid 3 point shooting in the 2nd quarter by Lingganay and Espiritu started the momentum for Cobra to take the lead by at least 12 points. Oracle made a last ditch rally in the 4th with a 3 point shot from Sanga to cut the lead to 2 with 5 seconds remaining. But it proved to be their last stand as time ran out on the Titans. The Titans still has the upperhand in the series 2-1.

In the second game, Pharex rose from the dead as they rallied from 18 points down to force an overtime and eventually won. It was a wild and wooly, fast-paced game throughout, but Licealiz gained upperhand by halftime to lead by 11 points. Licealiz lead ballooned to 18 points by the third quarter, mainly thru low-post plays of James Sena and Jervy Cruz. But Pharex woke up when Cris Ross berated his team mates for lackluster plays. They gained the momentum in the 4th quarter after back-to-back triples by Francis Allera, and the predominantly Pharex crowd roared. Licealiz failed to win it in regulation after Cruz missed 2 crucial FTs in the dying seconds. Then in the OT period, the do-it-all Chirs Ross did the most damage enabling Pharex to gain the upperhand 2-1 in their best of five series.

05-27-2009, 08:33 AM
Barroca opts to stay, lifts Titans
By Joey Villar
Updated May 27, 2009 12:00 AM

Oracle’s Jerwin Gaco crashes into Pharex’s Raymond Aguilar in an undergoal play.

MANILA, Philippines - Mark Barroca decided to delay his flight to Japan and fired 14 points to help power Oracle Residences to a 79-73 victory over Pharex in the opener of their best-of-five showdown for the PBL PG Flex Unity Cup crown at the San Juan Gym yesterday.

Barroca, who with fellow Smart Gilas Pilipinas teammate Aldrech Ramos decided to postpone their trip to Japan for a series of exhibition games and help the Titans against the Bidang Generix, also hauled down nine rebounds as he combined with Rico Maierhofer and Fil-Am Chris Timberlake in a late fourth quarter charge to lift the team to victory.

The most consistent performer for the Nationals in the recent FIBA-Asia Champions Cup in Jakarta had four assists and one steal and hounded Pharex Fil-Am guard Chris Ross all game.

The Pharex Fil-Am guard finished with only eight points on a 3-of-12 shooting from the perimeter. Ross also had eight rebounds, six assists, a steal and a block.

Barroca also put up a 30-point performance in a 97-77 rout of Cobra Energy Drink Saturday to help the Titans clinch the other finals berth.

Ramos, on the other hand, made two points, three rebounds and one shot block .

“I didn’t know they (Barroca and Ramos) have decided to delay their flight to Japan to play today (yesterday). I’m glad they did,” said coach Glen Capacio.

Game Two is set tomorrow at the same venue while Game Three is on Saturday at the Ynares Center in Pasig City.

“The series is far from over. I can only relax if we win the championship,” said Capacio.

Despite turning the ball over 11 times, the Titans dominated the first half as the Bidang Generix failed to translate those miscues into points.

Oracle then raced to a 41-30 lead early in the third quarter but a three-point spree by Francis Allera and Cebu hotshot Ian Saladaga sparked a Pharex comeback with the Bidang Generix closing in at 54-55 at the end of the period.

Ronnie Matias, who finished with a career high 28 points and 13 rebounds, four steals, three shot blocks and two assists, then took over as Pharex wrested a 60-55 lead early in the fourth.

But Timberlake countered with an eight-point binge and Maeirhofer and Barroca backed him up with six points apiece as the Titans regained the lead en route to the victory.

PhilStar (http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=471741&publicationSubCategoryId=69)

05-27-2009, 08:47 AM
Oracle raps Pharex
May 26, 2009, 8:51pm

Game Wednesday (San Juan gym)
3 p.m. — Pharex vs Oracle Residences

Mark Barroca and fellow RP Developmental team member Aldrech Ramos showed up unexpectedly Tuesday but it was Chris Timberlake and Rico Maierhofer who took the opening day limelight.

Timberlake and Maierhofer finished what Benedict Fernandez started as Oracle Residences outlasted Pharex, 79-73, in Game 1 of their title series in the PBL PG Flex Unity Cup yesterday at the San Juan gym.

Maierhofer came through with two power plays and Timberlake scored all his eight points in the payoff period as the Titans of Harbour Centre owner Mikee Romero gained a head start in their best-of-five title series.

Barroca, who delayed his trip to Japan to be with his team, was not as spectacular as he was during their semis-clinching win over Cobra Energy Drink but still contributed significant numbers that helped the Titans repel Pharex’s smoldering comeback.

While he was fully elated with the team’s defensive job on Chris Ross, Oracle coach Glenn Capacio was not satisfied with the way they closed out the game.

"We played very good defensively but I was not satisfied with the way we closed out the game," Capacio said. "We struggled early but we somehow managed to get out of the hump."

Hounded throughout by Chris Ross, Barroca tallied 14 points, 9 rebounds and four assists. In their 97-77 win over Cobra, he had a career-high 30 points, eight rebounds and two assists.

With Timberlake and Maierhofer rising to the challenge, there was no need for Barroca to score 30 points this time.

The Titans appeared headed to the brink after the Bidang Generix took a 60-55 lead on a telling a 8-0 assault – the bulk of it coming from Ronnie Matias.

A quick basket by Maierhofer and a completed three-point play Rob Labagala tied the count at 60-all. The game was tied again at 62-all before the 6-foot-6 Maierhofer came through with back-to-back baskets – the last one a towering dunk – that gave them a 66-62 lead, a development that sent their fans into frenzied celebration.

Timberlake and Barroca then conspired in a telling wind-up that saw them post a 74-64 lead. Pharex made one last gallant assault but the best they could do was to cut Oracle’s lead to 71-74 on another basket by Matias.

The scores:

Oracle 79 — Fernandez 19, Barroca 14, Maierhofer 14, Labagala 11, Timberlake 8, Gaco 5, Serios 4, Asoro 2, Wilson 0, Dedicatoria 0.

Pharex 73 — Matias 28, Saladaga 15, Allera 9, Aguilar 8, Ross 8, Ebuen 5, Villamin 0, Melegrito 0, Canlas 0, Faundo 0, Co 0.

Quarters: 13-10; 35-27; 55-54; 79-73.

MB (http://www.mb.com.ph/node/202417)