Magnolia Hotshots manhandled the NLEX Road Warriors, 102-74, in the final day of the PBA Philippine Cup eliminations on Wednesday evening at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
San Miguel may have been down by as much as 23 points at one point in Game 5 of the PBA Philippine Cup Finals -- but you just can't underestimate the heart of the champion.
Magnolia Hotshots pulled off an 87-78 semifinals Game 5 win over NLEX Road Warriors in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Ynares Center in Antipolo on Sunday night.
San Miguel roared back in the fourth quarter to subdue Magnolia, 77-76, and regain first place in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Ynares Center on Sunday night.
Does everyone else hate ‘airport goodbyes’ as much as Aldrech Ramos does?
The controversial trade between KIA and San Miguel created a huge buzz in news and social media before it was approved by PBA Commissioner Chito Narasa Friday night.
It's easy to get into a fit when you consider that KIA would trade its number one pick in Sunday's 2018 PBA rookie draft for what are basically San Miguel Beermen's bench warmers.
PBA Governor's Cup, NLEX vs Star @ Smart Araneta Colesium photo by Patrick Adalin