Paul Lee adds another recognition after leading Magnolia to back-to-back wins
Just how good was Paul Lee?
The Hotshots use a big 3rd quarter to run away for good.
Paul Lee’s 3rd Quarter Run
54 Points from the Bench
NLEX coach stays wary of the Fuel Masters ahead of their encounter
Kiefer Ravena rocked the Elsa costume from the popular Disney movie Frozen during Rookie Initiation Night.
His numbers speak for himself.
Ravena, Quinahan lead balanced scoring to go 2-0 in the Philippine Cup.
25 Turnovers Hurt GlobalPort
59 Points from NLEX’s Bench
Both are proven scorers in their collegiate careers. Who will prevail on their Christmas clash?
So who will win tomorrow?
Prediction: The GlobalPort Batang Pier will win
Question: Who got a better debut in their respective debuts?
- Kiefer Ravena: 18 points, 12 assists, 7 rebounds, 7 for 11 shooting
- Jeron Teng: 16 points, 0 assists, 2 rebounds, 4 for 9 shooting
NLEX was able to hang on for a wire-to-wire win
Kia’s Impressive Start
Kia Kept on Surprising
Up and Down Battle in the Second Half
NLEX 119 – Ravena 18, Miranda 14, Alas 14, Mallari 13, Fonacier 12, Al-Hussaini 12, Quinahan 12, Tiongson 11, Baguio 5, Soyud 4, Ighalo 4, Taulava 0.
KIA 115 – Camson 24, McCarthy 14, Corpuz 13, reyes 12, Galanza 12, Celda 9, Ababou 9, Khobuntin 8, Paniamogan 7, Tubid 4, Yee 3, Caperal 0.
36-40, 64-68, 90-92, 119-115.
Here’s why according to Yeng Guiao
Fans will finally get the answers once the season kicks off next week
Who will be the PBA Commissioner come December 17, 2017?
Will San Miguel win a Grand Slam this time?
Who will win the Rookie of the Year?
Team Gilas’ small squad needs to step up to fill the gap left by Terrence Romeo being injured and unable to play for the country.
In that case, the ambitious Gilas Pilipinas needs an extra push to be provided by the small guys to make their world cup dream come true. This means pressure, a high level of pressure bestowed upon the shoulders of the small guys.
Now if ever this happens that the Gilas inside and big men were outsized and overpowered, it shall be their outside gunners to be relentless in scoring and only then the defensive are will start to loosen, making it a bit easier for the Gilas’ bigs to help out the team better.
It is a good start. It is a good ‘start’. And they must keep getting ‘better’ to achieve what’s best for the team with or without one of their best point guard Terrence Romeo.
Young Blood Ravena and Alas Could Replace Terrence, Are they enough?
It’s huge! Kiefer Ravena’s salary means a lot is expected from him
— Kiefer Ravena (@kieferravena) November 6, 2017
Christian Standhardinger picked 1st while Raymar Jose was 3rd overall in the 2017 PBA Rookie Draft.
Kiefer Ravena Signed Max Deal with NLEX Road Warriors
Kiefer Ravena is really the best in class even against Standhardinger
1. Proven Winner.
2. International Experience and Exposure
3. Multi-faceted Game
3. Exceptional Athleticism
4. Leader Mentality
6. Star Power
7. Sports & Basketball Lineage
8. Full Breed Local
9. PBA Primed and Ready
Former King Eagle finally entering the PBA Draft after 2 years
Chooks To Go Pilipinas’ First Road Block
The De La Salle University Green Archers and Ateneo De Manila Blue Eagles added a new chapter in their historic rivalry when both teams met yesterday at MOA Arena, on what could be the most anticipated college game of the year.
But it was the Green Archers who used a strong second half to complete a come from behind win, 80-76, over Blue Eagles.
The 1st Quarter ended with Ateneo leading La Salle 25-13.
Ateneo enjoyed a 10-point lead at half 46-36. Ateneo led as much as 15 points in the 1st half.
Green Archers displayed tight pressing defense, accurate 3-point shooting, and forced consecutive turnovers to its rivalry team to tie the game 61-all at the end of 3rd Quarter.
The 4th quarter started with trading basket for each teams. The supporters from each schools does not only unticipates the rivalry from both school but also match-up between the Phenom from Ateneo, Kiefer Ravena, who is now healthy and in top shape versus La Salle’s King Archer, Jeron Teng. The two players trade baskets when their team needed them the most.
In the end, it is the Green Archers taking home the victory with Teng leading the team with 18 points. while Ravena led the Blue Eagles with 19 points.
DLSU 80 – Teng 18, Torres 15, Perkins 13, Rivero 10, Torralba 9, Caracut 6, Tratter 4, Navarro 3, Muyang 2, Sargent 0.
ATENEO 76 – Ravena 19, Ikeh 13, Capacio 10, Gotladera 8, Pessumal 8, Tolentino 7, Pingoy 6, Apacible 2, Babilonia 2, Ma. Nieto 1, Cani 0.
QUARTER SCORES: 13-25, 36-46, 61-61, 80-76.