The 2016 PBA Commissioner’s Cup has yet to conclude but the Governors’ Cup imports have been announced. As per the PBA website, the list of imports are now complete. Well… sort of… They have yet to identify the Asian imports but it’s not as if they have done wonders to the league. … Continue reading 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup: Import Update
Month: June 2017
5 MBA Fil-Ams who could have succeeded in the PBA
I was about to write about the Chris Paul trade when for some reason, it led me to here. Matt F’N Mitchell. I don’t know why but I thought he had the goods to make the PBA. He had a hulked-up body that could jam and alongside Rob Wainwright and Dondon Hontiveros, … Continue reading 5 MBA Fil-Ams who could have succeeded in the PBA
Phil Jackson shouldn’t have messed with Carmelo Anthony (among others)
Ramona Shelburne reported a few hours ago that Phil Jackson will leave his post as New York Knicks president. A friend once said that Jackson’s godawful decisions could cost him his job. And it did. He pretty much devalued Carmelo Anthony to the point of the latter hinting that he wants to leave the … Continue reading Phil Jackson shouldn’t have messed with Carmelo Anthony (among others)
Lavar Ball Brand coming to WWE Raw!
So here’s a development worth noting. Superdad Lavar Ball is set for a WWE Raw appearance. He’s basically the basketball equivalent of a chihuahua and I guess he fits right in. If I were Ball, I’d have him go ringside with his kids and have second generation star (or some dick … Continue reading Lavar Ball Brand coming to WWE Raw!
2017 PBA Draft (An EARLY Mock Draft 1.0)
If and when Bobby Ray Parks decides to join the PBA, he should be on top of every mock draft that exists. One would think that this is ridiculous... especially with how he tried to jump from PBA D-League to NBA D-League. But why would it be? Ray Parks is the son of a former … Continue reading 2017 PBA Draft (An EARLY Mock Draft 1.0)
Dwight Howard could improve Charlotte’s jersey sales… and more!
After spending his first eight years with the Orlando Magic, Dwight Howard will now play for his fifth team in the last seven years. The Daily Double struggled to get past his “locker room cancer” tag especially during the 2017 NBA Playoffs. Atlanta lost to Washington – which marked the first time the Hawks … Continue reading Dwight Howard could improve Charlotte’s jersey sales… and more!
Why Boston and Philadelphia need to swap draft picks
So more than two decades ago, Orlando traded its first pick overall Chris Webber for Golden State’s third pick overall Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway. Sure, C-Webb had a better career but the Warriors never had the same success the Magic got when they had Penny. Webber and former GS coach Don Nelson had this shitty … Continue reading Why Boston and Philadelphia need to swap draft picks
WWE needs to trust Jinder Mahal
Money in the Bank came and went but for some reason, it wasn’t the same scene-stealing show it has been for a couple of years now. I know a lot of people hate James Ellsworth’s involvement in the match (since they are booking this is the first women’s Money in the Bank match), but … Continue reading WWE needs to trust Jinder Mahal
June Mar Fajardo’s 4th MVP is all too real now
Remember how good the Cleveland Cavaliers were in Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the eventual champs, the Golden State Warriors? The Cavs were hitting record numbers! Plus it was as if they were on the verge of becoming the first team to get out of a 1-3 bind in the NBA Finals … Continue reading June Mar Fajardo’s 4th MVP is all too real now
Mayweather vs McGregor: The Battle for Marketability
I don’t know what to think with regards to the boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor. I just think these two parties want to get interest for their selves and not necessarily for their respective disciplines. And if you think about it, this is a testament to the shallow depth … Continue reading Mayweather vs McGregor: The Battle for Marketability