• SMB rallies past TNT to draw first blood

    Its Marcio night!

    The Beermen set a  franchise record streak of 11 wins.

    SMB marksman Marcio Lassiter had only one make from beyond the arc but still wound up with 21 points and 9 rebounds and his buddy June Mar Fajardo finished with 21 points and 22 rebounds plus 4 assists and 3 blocks as the Beermen draw first blood in their best of seven seminals game at   Fajardo made crucial back-to-back baskets inside the final minute that allowed San Miguel to tie the game at 94.

  • SMB send message to Ginkings in PBA Finals Game 1 win

    The Beermen lead the way, using a massive run to start the fourth which sealed the victory 109-82 victory against Brgy. Ginebra in Game 1 of their best-of-7 All-Filipino titular showdown Friday at the MOA Arena.

  • SMB sends Van Opstal to G’Port for Pessumal

    EVEN after bagging the season’s first two championships in the Philippine Basketball Association, San Miguel Beeer is certainly not content.

    In an attempt to even bolster their already formidable championship core, the Grandslam-seeking Beermen shipped seldom-used rookie big man Arnold Van Opstal to GlobalPort in exchange for fellow newbie gunner Von Pessumal.

  • SMB vs Ginkings

    The former ABL Champion Brownlee vs. Balkman teammates play their first game against each other in the PBA as defending champion San Miguel Beer square off against Ginebra Sunday in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup.

  • SMB, Ginebra begin faceoff

    The wait is finally over.

    Goliaths San Miguel Beer and Barangay Ginebra finally begin their all-out war as they open their much anticipated best-of-seven championship showdown in the 2018 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup. 

  • SMB, Ginebra in death duel

    WHO will go to the finals?

    Both San Miguel Beer and Barangay Ginebra want to get to the Promised Land, but only one of them will make it in the championship round when they square off in the deciding Game 5 of the 2016 Philippine Basketball Association Governors’ Cup.

  • SMBeermen far from done, eye more titles

    SAN Miguel Beer made history by being just the second team to win a Perpetual Trophy after taking its third straight Philippine Cup championship in the Philippine Basketball Association.

    Still, the Beermen are far from satisfied.

  • SMBeermen shooting for 2nd PBA grandslam

    AFTER winning the season’s first two championships, there’s no question about what San Miguel Beer wants to accomplish next in the Philippine Basketball Association.

    Still fresh from its conquest of the Commissioner’s Cup Sunday night, San Miguel Beer is celebrating yet another title but is also looking forward to doing something that has never been done in the league before.

  • Star Blows Meralco Out of Philippine Cup

    Meralco’s woeful conference ended with a whimper.

    Star dealt the Bolts an emphatic 47-point mugging, 120-74, Saturday, in the 2017 PBA Philippine Cup at Ynares Center in Antipolo.

    Allein Maliksi had a hot-shooting night, firing five treys to lead the Hotshots with 25 points, all coming from the first three quarters, while Paul Lee and Jio Jalalon both chipped in 15 markers.

  • Star draws first blood in Manila Clasico semis

    THE Star Hotshots extended their winning form in the PBA Philippine Cup playoffs last night, defeating the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings, 78-74, in Game One of their “Manila Clasico” best-of-seven semifinal series.

  • Star Hotshots and TNT KaTropa seek to pad PBA campaigns

    RIGHT smack in the top half of the standings of the ongoing Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Commissioner’s Cup, the Star Hotshots and TNT KaTropa seek to pad their campaigns as the elimination round hits the closing stretch, taking on each other in the main game today.

    Currently joint fourth with a 6-2 record, the Hotshots and KaTropa battle at 7 p.m. at the Mall of Asia Arena looking to stay within striking distance of a possible top-two finish in the classification phase of the mid-season PBA tournament and earn the twice-to-beat advantage that goes with it in the quarterfinals.

  • Star Hotshots look to strengthen playoff bid

    STANDING on the fringes of the playoff picture in the ongoing PBA Philippine Cup, the Star Hotshots look to strengthen their quarterfinal bid as they take on the Blackwater Elite today in a key ball game at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City.

    Set as the curtain-raiser at 4:15 p.m., the Hotshots (4-4), currently ninth in the standings and are outside looking in for a spot in the next round of the season-opening Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) tournament, try to pad their record and throw themselves back in the mix of possible playoff qualifiers against Blackwater (5-5), itself out to fortify its hold of a quarters seat in its final elimination round game.

  • Star Hotshots notch key win over Blackwater Elite

    THE Star Hotshots did themselves a favor yesterday by beating the Blackwater Elite, 111-95, in a key PBA Philippine Cup match at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City that had a lot of playoff implications.

    By emerging triumphant, the Hotshot improved to 5-4, throwing them back in the quarterfinal picture of the season-opening Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) tournament while dropping the Elite to 5-6 with their playoff chances in doubt.

  • Star marches to semis vs San Miguel Beermen

    THE Star Hotshots became the latest team to book a semifinal seat in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Commissioner’s Cup after completing a sweep of erstwhile defending champions Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, 84-69, in their best-of-three quarterfinals series yesterday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

    Thrust themselves to a position where they had a chance to close out things after a big win in the series opener on Monday, the Hotshots took advantage of the opportunity and went for the clincher.

  • Star seeks 2-0 ead; SMB eyes equalizer

    COMMAND and control.

    Red hot Star is seeking to grasp both as it shoots for a huge 2-0 lead against mighty San Miguel Beer in their best-of-five semifinals series in the 2017 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup.

  • Stepheson Ready to Face Famed Philippine Basketball Physicality

    If there’s one thing Alex Stepheson promises to Meralco, it’s that he won’t back down from any challenges.

    And on Sunday, the hulking reinforcement had his first brush with the famed Philippine physicality when the Bolts played NLEX in the 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup.

  • Streaking Kings out to claim another win

    By Michael Angelo S. Murillo

    THE hottest team right now in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Governors’ Cup, the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings, is out to claim another victory when it takes on the struggling Phoenix Petroleum Fuel Masters in the 7 p.m. main game today at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.

    Lost in their debut in the season-ending PBA conference, the Kings (4-1) have been unstoppable since, winning their next four games to make their way to the top of the standings.

  • Suns offense stays hot against Charlotte in home win

    The Phoenix Suns’ offense caught fire in the first half, but didn’t get the memo that they were supposed to cool off in the second.

    The Suns beat the Charlotte Hornets 120-103 behind a 59% shooting performance, their best of the season. Six Suns players scored in double figures and they had 30 assists, their second time reaching that mark this season.


    Allen Durham is headed back for another journey  for Meralco, hoping to complete the unfinished business he had last year when the Bolts came short of winning their first league championship.

    Last year’s Best Import is arriving in the country on July 4, at least two weeks before the final conference of the season kicks off.

  • Surging TNT KaTropa takes on GlobalPort Batang Pier

    FINALLY finding its groove, TNT KaTropa looks to continue rolling as it aims on keeping its climb up the standings in the resumption of the 2017 Philippine Basketball Association Governors’ Cup.

    Winners of two straight, the Tropang Texters (4-2) shoot for a third straight win as they will get tested by unpredictable GlobalPort (2-3) at 7 p.m. as the scene shifts to the Ynares Center in Antipolo City.