The reigning four-time champions are facing a do-or-die situation in the first round of the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup playoffs as they are tied with rival TNT in their best-of-3 quarterfinals clash.
Phoenix sophomore forward Jason Perkins opened the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup post-season with a noteworthy playoff effort on the way to capturing the Cignal-PBA Press Corps Player of the Week award.
Cignal-Ateneo recovered from its poor start to frustrate St. Clare College Virtual Reality.
The top-ranked Fuel Masters will face a Perpetual Philippine Cup champion in their first-ever semifinal appearance.
The no. 2 pick of the 2018 PBA Draft has officially signed with the PBA team that owns his rights Tuesday and he should be ready to debut in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup next month.
The Columbian combo guard led all freshment at the end of the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup elimination round.
The gold standard in the PBA Philippine Cup is still June Mar Fajardo.
Halfway through the fourth quarter of what would be a San Miguel loss in Game 2 Monday, Fajardo went down following a reboound play and hurt his knee.
As both Perpetual Champions move on to a sudden death in Game 3, Castro believes his team now has an actual chance.
Falling apart late in Game 1, TNT hit the big baskets in Game 2 and this short best-of-3 quarterfinals series is now tied at one game each with sudden death coming up.