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Justin Melton re-signs with Star Hotshots for 2 years

Good news for Purefoods Fans! Justin Melton signed a new 2 year contract with Star Hotshots.

Team Manager Alvin Patrimonio and Justin Melton

2 more years…big thanks to Purefoods and the main man @sportsagentcd for your hard work! #purefoods #pba

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Alex Mallari signs 3-year contract

Good news for Purefoods Fans! As posted in his Instagram Account, Alex Mallari will be back for Purefoods Star Hotshots for 3 more years.

Star Hotshots Team Manager Alvin Patrimonio with Alex Mallari and his agent

3 more years! @sportsagentcd @alvinpatrimonio

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Patrimonio, Codiñera and Lastimosa Interview Video

Interview with former Purefoods Players Alvin Patrimonio, Jerry Codiñera and Jojo Lastimosa as they share their memories while playing for Purefoods!

Watch Alvin Patrimonio, Jerry Codiñera, Jojo Lastimosa Interview

Happy Birthday Alvin Patrimonio

Alvin Patrimonio

Alvin Patrimonio was born on November 17, 1966. Happy Birthday The Captain and Team Manager Alvin Patrimonio!

Alvin Patrimonio Career Highlights

Happy Birthday The Captain Alvin Patrimonio

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Today, November 17 is the Birthday of 4-time MVP and one of the 25 PBA Greatest Players, The Captain Alvin Patrimonio!

PBA Greats defeats PBA Stalwarts

PBA All-Star Weekend
PBA Greats vs PBA Stalwarts
May 11, 2012
Laoag, Ilocos Norte

Game Highlights:
-PBA Greats beats PBA Stalwarts, 143-139
-Willie Miller led the PBA Greats with 29 points
-Ato Agustin still has his shooting touch scoring 19 points including 5 three-point shots
-B-Meg Team Captain Alvin Patrimonio contributed just 4 points
-Kenneth Duremdes led the PBA Stalwarts with 29 points
-B-Meg Assistant Coach Johnny Abarrientos had a triple double with 10 points, 10 rebounds and 15 assists
-Peter June Simon contributed 14 points for the Stalwarts

Game scores:

PBA Greats (143) – Miller 29, Canaleta 21, Seigle 20, Mercado 19, Agustin 19, Cortez 10, Yeo 8,
Lastimosa 7, Racela 6, Patrimonio 4.

PBA Stalwarts (139) – Duremdes 29, Chan 18, Cardona 17, Taulava 16, Caidic 15, Simon 14, Baguio
11, Abarrientos 10, Isaac 0.

Quarterscores: 33-29; 74-75; 104-112; 143-139.

Congratulations Alvin Patrimonio

PBA Hall of Fame 2011 Inductees
-Alvin Patrimonio (Purefoods/Four-time PBA Most Valuable Player)
-Billy Ray Bates (Import Crispa/1983 Crispa Redmanizers Grand Slam squad)
-Freddie Hubalde (Crispa/1977 PBA Most Valuable Player)
-Tommy Manotoc (Coach Crispa/1983 Grandslam Crispa Redmanizers Grand Slam team)
-Tito Eduque (Former Mariwasa Head Coach)
-Carlos Bobong Velez (CEO and President of Vintage Enterprises, Coveror of the PBA games from 1982-2002)
-Mariano Yenko (2nd Commissioner of the PBA)

Awarded on October 2, 2011 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum during the PBA 37th Season Opening Ceremonies

Caidic steals show in NBA Asia Challenge

The Triggerman Allan Caidic made 14 3-pointers as he scored 54points to lead the Red Team to a win versus the White Team, 177-167 in the 2010 NBA Asia Challenge held last Friday, August 27 at the Araneta Coliseum. It was a high scoring ball game with several players making high flying dunks but Caidic stole the show with his shooting and impressed NBA Legends, Chris Webber, Glen Rice, Gary Payton and Mitch Richmond.

Former PBA Import, Ritchie Frahm who is now in the NBDL and Chris Webber led the White Team with 24 point each. Rookie of the Year Rico Maierhofer from Derby Ace contributed 15pts, 6rebs and 3asts. Former Derby Ace Assistant Coach Ronnie Magsanoc scored 16 points and dished out 14assists and was perfect from the 2-point range, 8/8. The Captain Alvin Patrimonio had 16 points on 7 out of 9 shooting and also grabbed 10 rebounds.

Game scores:

Red Team (177) – Caidic 54, Lazare 22, Rice 19, Santos 16, Meneses 16, Maierhofer 15, McCray 11, Co 10, Tenorio 7, Payton 7.

White Team (167) – Frahm 24, Webber 24, Tyndale 22, Hontiveros 20, Paras 18, Magsanoc 16, Patrimonio 16, Richmond 16, Tubid 13.

Quarterscores: 38-44; 92-94; 124-124; 177-167