After surviving what coach Tim Cone thought is "the hardest series to win," Ginebra is going up against San Miguel at the start of the PBA Philippine Cup semifinals on Friday night.
Coach Tim Cone
As a new tandem, JayRence, was born, basketball cagers celebrate Gilas Pilipinas win over archrival China in a sweet, resounding 96-87. It’s payback time for the painful 2015 FIBA Asia Championship final loss to China on their home court…
“I was too eager. I wasn’t ready when I came in, and I just wanted to help my team badly. That’s why when I got my first foul, I wanted to make up for it immediately. That’s my mistake.”
“Hindi ako maka-diskarte. Hindi ako makapag-adjust agad sa tawag ng mga referees,” he lamented, adding he wasn’t really surprised that Meralco coach Norman Black kept him in the freezer this time.
“After the game, during the (dugout) huddle, coach Tim told us, parang bagong team kami,” shared Aguilar as the Gin Kings picked up their second loss in three outings.
Obviously, Aljon Mariano just could not hide his excitement at the mini UST reunion in Barangay Ginebra as former teammate Kevin Ferrer joins the team practice.
After fulfilling the Ginebra’s championship prophecy, the disbanded Big 3 of the Star Hotshots shared their pleasure for the most accomplished coach in the PBA and their former mentor – Coach Tim Cone.
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