Magnolia Hotshots assistant coach Jason Webb vowed to cheer for Gilas Pilipinas in the upcoming Fiba World Cup despite the national team's very slim chances of winning.
After suffering a bitter end of their PBA Commissioner’s Cup reign, Justin Brownlee hopes it will fuel Barangay Ginebra in their quest to regain their hold of the Governors’ Cup.
MANILA — Magnolia Hotshots will parade a new import for its all-important PBA Commissioner's Cup game against TNT KaTropa in the final day of the elimination round on Wednesday night.
The Bolts also gives light to every people's lives.
Alex Cabagnot exploded for the San Miguel Beermen when they battled the Alaska Aces.
Playing their third game in five days, Magnolia Hotshots outlasted Columbian Dyip, 110-103, to give themselves a 2-2 record in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup, Sunday evening at Smart-Araneta Coliseum.
With John Fields still recuperating from a sprained ankle, the Magnolia Hotshots were left with no choice but to make an import change as the PBA Commissioner's Cup continues.
John Fields, a known solid import in the 2018 Commissioner’s Cup for the Columbian Dyip where he normed for 29.1 points and 19.1 rebounds, has been on a hump lately for the Magnolia Hotshots.