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PBA Philippine Cup Opening Ticket Prices

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Philippine Basketball Association 39th Season Philippine Cup Opening on November 17, 2013, 2pm at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

San Mig Coffee Mixers vs Barangay Ginebra San Miguel

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Welcome to the PBA Family, GlobalPort!

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Welcome GlobalPort Batang Pier!

GlobalPort owned by Mikee Romero has been approved as the 10th member of the PBA, they acquired the Coca-Cola PBA franchise along with its players and coaching staff.

PBA Commissioners Cup Promo Video


Watch the new 2012 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Promo Video.

James Yap vs Mark Caguiao

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2011 PBA Annual Awards Candidates

LIST OF CANDIDATES: 2010-11 PBA ANNUAL AWARDS

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER (Statistical Points Average)
1. DEVANCE, Joe (31.89)
2. SANTOS, Arwind (31.09)
3. MERCADO, Sol (29.41)
4. WASHINGTON, Jay (28.25)
5. YAP, James (28.17)
6. CAGUIOA, Mark (27.73)
7. WILLIAMS, Kelly (26.64)
8. ALAPAG, Jimmy (25.58)

MYTHICAL SELECTION
Point Guards
1. ALAPAG, Jimmy
2. CASTRO, Jason
3. MERCADO, Solomon
4. TENORIO, LA

Off-Guards
1. CAGUIOA, Mark
2. CARDONA, Mark
3. DAVID, Gary
4. REYES, Ryan
5. SIMON, Peter June
6. YAP, James

Forwards
1. CAREY, Harvey
2. DE OCAMPO, Ranidel
3. DEVANCE, Joe
4 NORWOOD, Gabe
5. PINGRIS, Marc
6. SANTOS, Arwind
7. WASHINGTON, Jay
8. WILLIAMS, Kelly

Centers
1. PEEK, Ali
2. THOSS, Sonny

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
1. AL-HUSSAINI, Rabeh (24.21)
2. BACLAO, Nonoy (14.35)
3. VANLANDINGHAM, Joshua (10.62)
4. JAZUL, RJ (9.90)

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
1. CASTRO, Jason
2. ESPINAS, Gabby
3. ISIP, Mark
4. KRAMER, Doug
5. RODRIGUEZ, Larry

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM
Center-Forwards
1. BELGA, Beau
2. CAREY, Harvey
3. ESPINAS, Gabby
4. NORWOOD, Gabe
5. PINGRIS, Marc
6. PEEK, Ali
7. SANTOS, Arwind
8. THOSS, Sonny
9. WASHINGTON, Jay
10. WILLIAMS, Kelly
11. WILSON, William

Guards
1. ARANA, Ryan
2. ARBOLEDA, Wynne
3. CABAGNOT, Alex
4. CASTRO, Jason
5. HONTIVEROS, Dondon
6. REYES, Ryan
7. TENORIO, LA
8. WILSON, John

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
1. ALAPAG, Jimmy
2. NORWOOD, Gabe
3. REYES, Ryan
4. THOSS, Sonny

From: http://www.interaksyon.com/interaktv/8-official-candidates-for-2011-pba-mvp-award

2011 PBA Rookie Draft Order

Philippine Basketball Association
37th Season
2011 PBA Rookie Draft
August 28, 2011
Robinsons Place, Manila

1st Round Order of Rookie Draft
1. Powerade
2. Air21
3. Meralco
4. Rain or Shine
5. B-Meg
6. Alaska
7. Shopinas/Petron Blaze
8. Shopinas/Petron Blaze
9. Barangay Ginebra
10. Talk N Text

* Order may still be changed due to team trades on or before the PBA Rookie Draft.

B-Meg ends PBA 36th Season with a loss

Philippine Basketball Association 36th Season
2011 Governors Cup Semifinals
B-Meg Llamados vs Petron Blaze Boosters
Petron defeats B-Meg, 97-92

Even if it was non-bearing game for the Llamados, B-Meg played well but still fell short as they close the PBA Governors Cup and the PBA 36th Season with a loss to Petron, 97-92. After winning their 1st game in the semifinals against Rain or Shine, B-Meg lost 4 straight games with 3 games by double-digits.

Five players scored in double figures for B-Meg led by James Yap with 23 points and Joe Devance with 18 points. B-Meg import Myron Allen scored 15 points in his farewell performance in the PBA.

Coach Jorge Gallent in his 1st coaching stint in the Philippine Basketball Association had a 20-24 record from 41-23 in Coach Ryan Gregorio’s last season with B-Meg. It was clearly a disappointing season for B-Meg, big changes will surely happen in the off-season.

Game scores:

Petron 97 – Grundy 29, Santos 22, Salvacion 14, Ildefonso 14, Miranda 12, Al-Hussaini 4, Baclao 2, Duncil 0, Hubalde 0, Pennisi 0.

B-Meg 92 – Yap J 23, Devance 18, Pingris 16, Allen 15, Urbiztondo 10, Allado 8, Reavis 2, Gaco 0, Fernandez 0, Adducul 0.

Quarterscores: 23-15, 46-41, 65-66, 97-92

Do you think management should give Coach Jorge Gallent another chance next season?

  • No, B-Meg clearly needs a new head coach. (75%, 283 Votes)
  • Yes, it was only his 1st year, give him one more chance. (25%, 95 Votes)

Total Voters: 378

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Alaska defeats B-Meg

Philippine Basketball Association 36th Season
2011 Governors Cup Semifinals
B-Meg Llamados vs Alaska Aces
Alaska defeats B-Meg, 105-86

Alaska stays alive while B-Meg loses its 3rd straight game in the current PBA Governors Cup Semifinals. Alaska Import Jason Forte led the Aces with 42 points and 17 rebounds against only 5 points from B-Meg Import Myron Allen who was benched by Coach Jorge Gallent midway in the third quarter and the fourth quarter.

James Yap and Peter June Simon combined for 43 points but no other Llamados scored in double figures.

Game scores:
Alaska 105
– Forte 42, Thoss 17, Dela Cruz 15, Tenorio 10, Borboran 9, Custodio 7, Thiele 3, Reyes 2, Dimaunahan 0, Cablay 0.

B-Meg 86 – Yap J 25, Simon 18, Urbiztondo 9, Devance 7, Pingris 6, Reavis 6, Allen 5, Gaco 4, Allado 4, Fernandez 2, Adducul 0.

Petron defeats B-Meg

Philippine Basketball Association 36th Season
2011 Governors Cup
B-Meg Llamados vs Petron Blaze Boosters
Petron defeats B-Meg, 87-84

Petron Blaze Boosters led by Arwind Santos, import Jeremy Wise, Rabeh Al-Hussaini and Alex Cabagnot defeats the B-Meg Llamados in a close game, 87-84 even with B-Meg import Darnell Hinson a non-factor with only 5 points (1/10 from the field).

The Llamados had a chance to force the game into overtime but Joe Devance missed a desperation three and B-Meg slid down the standings with a 3 win and 3 loss card with 2 games left in the current PBA Governors Cup. James Yap again led B-Meg for the third straight game contributing 19 points and 7 rebounds, while Peter June Simon scored 17 points along with 4 rebounds and 3 assists.

Marc Pingris and Joe Devance both had a double-double with Pingris scoring 16 points and grabbing 12 rebounds while Devance with 15 points and 11 rebounds.

Rafi Reavis in his second game back from an injury grabbed 3 rebounds and was scoreless in 14 minutes of action.

Game Scores

Petron 87 – Santos 23, Wise 20, Al-Hussaini 17, Cabagnot 13, Pennisi 7, Tugade 3, Duncil 2, Ildefonso 2, Hubalde 0, Salvacion 0.

B-Meg 84 – Yap J 19, Simon 17, Pingris 16, Devance 15, Yap R. 8, Hinson 5, Gaco 2, Allado 2, Fernandez 0, Escobal 0, Reavis 0.

Quarters: 15-15, 33-38, 62-65, 87-84.