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  1. 2ND PSSBC: HOPE CHRISTIAN, ATENEO, SAN BEDA STAY UNBEATEN

    2ND PSSBC: HOPE 2ND PHILIPPINE SECONDARY SCHOOLS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
    SCHEDULE

    GROUP A GROUP B
    NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SAN BEDA COLLEGE
    SAN SEBASTIAN COLLEGE RECOLETOS ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY
    MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DE LA SALLE-ZOBEL
    CHIANG KAI SHEK COLLEGE JOSE RIZAL UNIVERSITY
    XAVIER SCHOOL HOPE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
    ST. STEPHEN’S HIGH SCHOOL


    Saturday, November 16, 2013 STANDINGS
    SSC-R 59 vs. CKSC 54
    ADMU 88 vs. SSHS 58 Group A
    HCHS 78 vs. JRU 63 San Sebastian College (2-1)
    NU 82 vs. XS 81 OT National University (2-1)
    Xavier School (1-1)
    Sunday, November 17, 2013 Chiang Kai Shek College (1-2)
    ADMU 72 vs. JRU 71 Mapua Tech (0-1)
    CKSC 83 vs. MIT 80
    SSC-R 80 vs. NU 75 Group B
    HCHS 80 vs. DLSZ 74 San Beda College (2-0)
    SBC 91 vs. SSHS 65 teneo de Manila (2-0)
    Hope Christian HS (2-0)
    Thursday, November 21, 2013 Jose Rizal University(0-2)
    XS 83 vs. SSC-R 81 2 OT St. Stephen’s HS (0-2)
    SBC 20 vs. DLSZ 0 (default) De La Salle-Zobel (0-2)
    NU 87 vs. CKSC 80

    Saturday, November 23, 2013
    9:00 am XS vs. MIT (Group A)
    10:30 am SBC vs. JRU (Group B)
    12:00 nn SSHS vs. DLSZ (Group B)
    1:30 pm ADMU vs. HCHS (Group B)


    Sunday, November 24, 2013
    9:00 am MIT vs. SSC-R (Group A)
    10:30 am JRU vs. SSHS (Group B)
    12:00 nn DLSZ vs. ADMU (Group B)
    1:30 pm SBC vs. HCHS (Group B)

    Wednesday, November 27, 2013
    9:00 am MIT vs. NU (Group A)
    10:30 am XS vs. CKSC (Group A)
    12:00 nn ADMU vs. SBC (Group B)
    3:00 pm DLSZ vs. JRU (Group B)

    Saturday, November 30, 2013
    9:00 am A1 vs. B4 (Game 1)
    10:30 am A2 vs. B3 (Game 2)
    12:00 nn A3 vs. B2 (Game 3)
    1:30 pm A4 vs. B1 (Game 4)


    Wednesday, December 4, 2013
    2:00 pm Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 3
    3:30 pm Winner Game 2 vs. Winner Game 4


    Saturday, December 7, 2013
    2:45 pm LOSER vs. LOSER
    10:30 am WINNER vs. WINNER
    CHRISTIAN, ATENEO, SAN BEDA REMAIN UNBEATEN
  2. 2013 PCCL: SWU BEATS UV, REACHES FINAL FOUR

    Southwestern University, which lost its Cebu School Athletic Foundation Inc (CESAFI) title last month to the University of the Visayas via a 3-2 decision in the best-of-five finals after taking a 2-0 lead, exacted revenge against its fierce Sugbu collegiate basketball rival Wednesday night with a 68-60 victory over the Green Lancers at the Cebu Coliseum to claim the Southern Island title and a Final Four berth in the 2013 Philippine Collegiate Champions League.

    The Cobras thus joined University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) titlist De La Salle University and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) champion San Beda College into the PCCL Final Four. Only the Luzon-Metro manila representative has yet to be determined.

    SWU is in the PCCL Final Four for the second year in a row. For the San Beda Red Lionbs, it will be their third straight Final Four appearance, having ranked third the past two years.

    Since 2012, the PCCL has given automatic Final Four seats to the UAAP and NCAA champions.

    The teams in the Final Four, which starts next month, will play against each other once to determine the two teams that will duke it out in the best-of-three finals.

    A year ago, the University of Santo Tomas went through the qualifiers before whipping Ateneo de Manila University in a maximum three games in the PCCL finals to capture the crown for the first time ever. A month before, the Blue Eagles swept the Growling in the best-of-three UAAP finals.

    In the series-deciding Game Three, Jeric Teng, now a rookie professional with Rain or Shine in the Philippine Basketball Association, collected five triples and a game-high 22 points to power the Growling Tigers to an 81-76 win and earn MVP honors in the process.

    San Beda, which recently annexed its fourth straight NCAA crown with a 2-1 win over Colegio de San Juan de Letran for a sixth title in seven years, placed third in last year’s PCCL Final Four after defeating Southwestern University, 64-56.
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  3. Xavier Quits Tiong Lian

    Latest Development in the MMTLBA

    According to a reliable source, founding member Xavier School will officially take a leave of absence from the Metro Manila Tiong Lian Basketball Association next week, leaving the 43-year league with just three teams under its fold - 2013 champion Hope Christian High School, Chiang Kai Shek College and St. Stephen's High School.

    This stunning development may probably result in the demise of the MMTLBA, which traditionally commences hostilities in January of each year.

    Earlier this summer, St. Jude Catholic School and Grace Christian College also filed a leave. Uno High School withdrew from the league as early as before the 2013 season.

    The controversial recruitment issue has divided the MMTLBA member teams for the past three years, resulting in the departure of Uno, St. Jude Catholic School, Grace Christian College, and soon, Xavier School.

    Hope Christian High School, which along with CKSC has relied heavily on recruiting Filipino players without Chinese roots in recent years, was to be the host team next year.

    St. Jude Catholic School, Grace Christian College and Uno High School has since formed a new homegrown Chinese-Filipino High School league, the Philippine Ching Yuen Athletic Association, along with three other teams.
  4. 2nd PHILIPPINE SECONDARY SCHOOLS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE

    GROUP A GROUP B
    NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SAN BEDA COLLEGE
    SAN SEBASTIAN COLLEGE RECOLETOS ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY
    MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DE LA SALLE-ZOBEL
    CHIANG KAI SHEK COLLEGE JOSE RIZAL UNIVERSITY
    XAVIER SCHOOL HOPE CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
    ST. STEPHEN’S HIGH SCHOOL




    Saturday, November 16, 2013
    9:00 am CKSC vs. SSC-R (Group A)
    10:30 am SSHS vs. ADMU (Group B)
    12:00 nn JRU vs. HCHS (Group B)
    1:30 pm NU vs. XS (Group A)


    Sunday, November 17, 2013
    9:00am ADMU vs. JRU (Group B)
    10:30 am MIT vs. CKSC (Group A)
    12:00 nn SSC-R vs. NU (Group A)
    1:30 pm HCHS vs. DLSZ (Group B)
    3:00 pm SBC vs. SSHS (Group B)


    Thursday, November 21, 2013
    3:00 pm XS vs. SSC-R (Group A)
    4:30 pm DLSZ vs. SBC (Group B)
    6:00 pm NU vs. CKSC (Group A)


    Saturday, November 23, 2013
    9:00 am XS vs. MIT (Group A)
    10:30 am SBC vs. JRU (Group B)
    12:00 nn SSHS vs. DLSZ (Group B)
    1:30 pm ADMU vs. HCHS (Group B)


    Sunday, November 24, 2013
    9:00 am MIT vs. SSC-R (Group A)
    10:30 am JRU vs. SSHS (Group B)
    12:00 nn DLSZ vs. ADMU (Group B)
    1:30 pm SBC vs. HCHS (Group B)

    Wednesday, November 27, 2013
    9:00 am MIT vs. NU (Group A)
    10:30 am XS vs. CKSC (Group A)
    12:00 nn ADMU vs. SBC (Group B)
    3:00 pm DLSZ vs. JRU (Group B)


    Saturday, November 30, 2013
    9:00 am A1 vs. B4 (Game 1)
    10:30 am A2 vs. B3 (Game 2)
    12:00 nn A3 vs. B2 (Game 3)
    1:30 pm A4 vs. B1 (Game 4)


    Wednesday, December 4, 2013
    2:00 pm Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 3
    3:30 pm Winner Game 2 vs. Winner Game 4


    Saturday, December 7, 2013
    2:45 pm LOSER vs. LOSER
    10:30 am WINNER vs. WINNER

    Updated 11-18-2013 at 08:01 PM by Henry Liao

    Categories
    Philippine Basketball
  5. PBA: CAIDIC'S 79-POINT FEAT RECALLED

    Just like the late Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game in the U.S. National Basketball Association, there is no way that Allan Caidic’s 79-point performance in the Philippine Basketball Association 22 years ago will be duplicated, let alone surpassed, in the years to come.

    With the relatively low game scores nowadays in Asia’s first professional league, it is unlikely that another prolific marksman currently toiling in the PBA is capable of eclipsing Caidic’s scoring record.

    On November 21, 1991, Caidic shot the lights out of the Araneta Coliseum by exploding for 79 points in powering Tivoli (nee Great Taste/Presto) to a 162-149 drubbing of crowd favorite Ginebra San Miguel.

    This established the all-time PBA single-game scoring mark by a homegrown Filipino player.

    When he registered the mind-boggling feat, the unassuming left-handed hotshot that Filipino cage fans fondly called “The Triggerman” for his prodigious shooting touch was only 28 years old and appearing in just his fifth PBA campaign.

    Among the locals, Paul Alvarez is the only player other than Caidic to breach the 70-point barrier. Alvarez, known as “Mr. Excitement,” chalked up 71 markers for Alaska in a 169-138 victory over Shell on April 26, 1990.

    In registering his 79-point feat, which he secured on a dozen two-point field goals, 17 three-point field goals and four free throws, Caidic also set several PBA single-game records by a local player.

    These are: Most points in one half, 53 (second half); most points in one quarter, 37 (third); most three-point shots made, 17; and most three-point attempts, 27.

    Two years earlier, Caidic also knocked in 68 markers (nine 2FGS, 15 3FGs and five FTs) for Presto in a 175-159 overtime decision over Alaska on November 2, 1989.

    Caidic, who along with Jerry Codiñera and Boycie Zamar (currently the UE head coach) helped guide the University of the East Red Warriors to their most recent University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) title in 1985, saw action with Great Taste-Presto-Tivoli, San Miguel Beer and Barangay Ginebra in the PBA from 1987 to 1999.

    The 6-2 forward from Pasig City hit at a 19.6-point clip in 598 games during his distinguished 13-year PBA career. His career average still ranks fourth on the all-time local list behind Fil-Am Ricardo Brown (23.1 ppg), William (Bogs) Adornado (20.4) and Ernesto (Estoy) Estrada (19.7). Caidic also is one of only 13 men in PBA annals to collect at least 10,000 points, with his 11,719 scores good for 10th place on the all-time scoring ladder until now.

    Caidic won the PBA’s Rookie of the Year award with Great Taste in 1987 and earned league Most Valuable Player honors with Presto three years later.

    At 50, Caidic is currently an assistant coach with Barangay Ginebra in the PBA and served as one of Marco Januz (Juno) Sauler’s assistant coaches on the Cinderella-like De La Salle team that copped the UAAP men’s basketball crown last month.
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    Philippine Basketball
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