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Purefoods defeats Barako Bull

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2015 PBA Commissioners Cup
Purefoods Star Hotshots defeated Barako Bull Energy, 103-96
March 17, 2015 – Smart Araneta Coliseum

Game Highlights:
-Denzel Bowles led Purefoods with 34 points and 17 rebounds
-Joe Devance with 15 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists
-Allein Maliksi scored 13 points
-Marc Pingris with 8 points and 7 rebounds

San Mig Coffee defeats GlobalPort for 2nd straight win

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2013 PBA Philippine Cup (All-Filipino Conference)
San Mig Coffee Mixers defeats GlobalPort, 83-80
December 20, 2013 – Mall of Asia Arena

Game Highlights:
-Mark Barroca led the Mixers with 18 points, 5 rebounds, 9 assists and 3 steals
-James Yap with 15 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists including a big three-pointer in the last 2 minutes
-Birthday boy Ian Sangalang with 15 rebounds and 9 rebounds
-Peter June Simon with 14 points

San Mig Coffee beats Barako Bull

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2013 PBA Philippine Cup (All-Filipino Conference)
San Mig Coffee Mixers defeats Barako Bull Energy, 90-88
December 17, 2013 – Smart Araneta Coliseum

Game Highlights:
-Marc Pingris led San Mig Coffee to a win with 16 points (13 in the 4th quarter) along with 11 rebounds
-James Yap also scored 16 points with 9 rebounds in just the 2nd win of the Mixers
-Rookie Ian Sangalang with 15 points and 7 rebounds
-Mark Barroca and Peter June Simon with 13 points each

San Mig Coffee trades Intal, Villanueva and Ramos

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The recent multi-player trade involving 35 teams was approved by PBA Commissioner Chito Salud

Recent PBA Trade:
Barako Bull trades Ronald Tubid for Alex Mallari, Jojo Duncil and 2014 1st Round Pick of Petron
San Mig Coffee trades JC Intal, Jonas Villanueva and Aldrech Ramos for Alex Mallari, Leo Najorda and Lester Alvarez and 2014 1st Round Pick of Barako Bull
Barako Bull trades Aldrech Ramos for Mac Baracael of Alaska
Barako Bull trades Mac Baracael for Allein Maliksi of Barangay Ginebra

In summary
San Mig Coffee Mixers gets Alex Mallari, Leo Najorda, Lester Alvarez and the 2014 1st Round Draft Pick of Petron

Petron Blaze Boosters gets Ronald Tubid

Barako Bull Energy Cola gets JC Intal, Jonas Villanueva, Jojo Duncil, Allein Maliksi

Alaska Aces gets Aldrech Ramos

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel gets Mac Baracael

Who do you think got the upper hand in the recent trade?

TNT defeats San Mig Coffee by 29

2012 Philippine Cup – All-Filipino Conference
Talk N Text Tropang Texters defeats San Mig Coffee Mixers, 92-63
November 21, 2012

Game Highlights:
-Biggest lost of San Mig Coffee since Tim Cone became head coach
-James Yap with 13 points but was only 4/14 from the field and no points in the 2nd half
-Peter June Simon was held to only 3 points
-Joe Devance with 12 points
-JC Intal contributed 10 points

Game scores:

Talk N Text 92 – Alapag 19, De Ocampo 15, Fonacier 11, Castro 10, Williams 8, Peek 7, Reyes 5, Aban 5, Carey 5, Dillinger 3, Raymundo 2, Gamalinda 2, Alvarez 0, Ferriols 0.

San Mig Coffee 63 – Yap 13, Devance 12, Intal 10, Barroca 9, Ramos 4, Simon 3, Pingris 3, Reavis 3, Ponferada 2, Gaco 2, Villanueva 2, Pacana 0, Gonzales 0, De Ocampo 0.

Quarters: 20-15, 37-29, 71-45, 92-63.

San Mig Coffee defeats Barako for 5th straight win

2012 Philippine Cup – All-Filipino Conference
San Mig Coffee Mixers defeats Barako Bull Energy Cola, 93-73
November 16, 2012

Game Highlights:
-James Yap led the Mixers with 22 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists (9/15 from the field)
-Peter June Simon with 20 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals (9/14 from the field)
-Rafi Reavis contributed 12 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocks
-JC Intal is back from an injury with 11 points
-23 assists by the Mixers compared to only 10 by Barako (Mark Barroca with 6 assists)
-5th straight win by the San Mig Coffee Mixers now with 7-2 record
-Ronald Tubid led Barako with 17 points
-Barako Bull Energy Cola has a new coach, Bong Ramos who replaced Junel Baculi

Game scores:

San Mig Coffee 93 – Yap 22, Simon 20, Reavis 12, Intal 11, Devance 7, Villanueva 5, Barroca 4, Gonzales 4, De Ocampo 4, Ramos 2, Ponferrada 2, Pacana 0, Pingris 0.

Barako Bull 73 – Tubid 17, Najorda 10, Yap 9, Seigle 9, Anthony 8, Alvarez 6, Kramer 6, Ballesteros 4, Pennisi 4, Co 0, Marcelo 0, Cervantes 0.

Quarterscores: 10-15, 36-36, 67-57, 93-73

B-Meg defeats TNT to start the semis

Philippine Basketball Association 37th Season
2012 Governors Cup Semifinals
B-Meg Llamados defeats Talk N Text Tropang Texters, 94-91

Game Highlights:
-Marcus Blakely led B-Meg with 26 points, 20 rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals and 4 blocks
-James Yap played only a few minutes in the 1st half and was out due to a back injury
-5 Llamados in double-figures
-Josh Urbiztondo with 14 points and 3 assists
-Marc Pingris with 12 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists
-Rafi Reavis with 12 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists
-Yancy de Ocampo with 10 points
-While guards Peter June Simon, Mark Barroca and Jonas Villanueva had more than 5 points each
-JC Intal is also out due to an injury
-1st PBA game in SM MOA Arena

Game scores:

B-Meg 94 – Blakely 26, Urbiztondo 14, Pingris 12, Reavis 12, De Ocampo 10, Simon 8, Barroca 7,
Villanueva 5, Yap 0.

Talk N Text 91 – Harris 24, Alapag 17, Castro 15, Williams 13, Fonacier 9, Aguilar 8, De Ocampo 3,
Reyes 2, Aban 0, Lao 0, Peek 0.

Quarters: 19-27, 39-49, 67-67, 94-91

B-Meg defeats Alaska for 5th straight win

Philippine Basketball Association 37th Season
2012 Governors Cup Elimination Round
B-Meg Llamados defeats Alaska Aces, 77-61

Game Highlights:
-Import Marcus Blakely scored 13 points but sat out the last 19 minutes of the game due to a concussion
-JC Intal and Peter June Simon both scored 13 points also to lead the Llamados to their 5th straight win
-Josh Urbiztondo (8 points), James Yap (8 points) and Marc Pingris (7 points) contributed well for the Llamados
-B-Meg played great defense holding Alaska to only 61 points (8 points in the 3rd quarter)
-Jason Forte led Alaska with 24 points
-B-Meg now has a 5-1 record

Game scores:

B-Meg 77 – Blakely 13, Intal 13, Simon 13, Urbiztondo 8, Yap 8, Pingris 7, De Ocampo 6, Reavis 5,
Barroca 4, Acuna 0, Gaco 0, Burstcher 0, Bono 0, Villanueva 0.

Alaska 61 – Forte 24, Tenorio 17, Thoss 10, Baguio 5, Baracael 2, Cablay 2, Espinas 1, Jazul 0,
Custodio 0, Eman 0, Gonzales 0, Dela Cruz 0.

Quarters: 20-24, 38-38, 60-46, 77-61