Gilas hits ground running, begins daily practices in Taipei
Just hours after arriving in the Taiwanese capital, Gilas gets right to work.
Gilas newbie Troy Rike honored to join team in Taipei
The Wake Forest product hopes to soak up whatever he can during his time with the team in Taiwan.
15-man Gilas pool heads to Taiwan for FIBA Asian Qualifiers
The Gilas players and coaches are on their way to Taipei for their big FIBA 2019 Asian Qualifiers game on Friday.
Compton: Aces' performance vs. Ginebra 'absolutely unacceptable'
The Aces coach says if his team continues to play like they did against the Kings, then they won't win another game.
PBA Weekly Wrap-Up: Pringle nets 50, ROS-Meralco go to OT
Charlie Cuna reviews the highlights of the past week of PBA action, where Stanley Pringle torched the hoops, Rain or Shine and Meralco needed five more minutes, and Justin Brownlee led Ginebra to another win.
Rain or Shine outplays Meralco in OT, clinches top seed
The Elasto Painters are stretched to the limit but prevail in the end over the Bolts to lay claim to the top seed in the Commissioner's Cup.
CEU wins second straight, Batangas-EAC holds off AMA
The Scorpions start a winning streak while the Generals almost blow a 25-point lead.
San Beda's Tankoua weighs in on NCAA ban
The Red Lions' Cameroonian big man says his stint here is more than just about basketball.
San Miguel gets fifth win, eliminates NLEX in the process
The San Miguel Beermen got their second straight win at the expense of the NLEX Road Warriors, who were eliminated from contention, on Saturday.
NLEX vs. San Miguel Highlights
The San Miguel Beermen improved to 5-4 after eliminating the NLEX Road Warriors, 125-114.
Ricci Rivero plays first game in UP jersey, scores 34 points
Ricci Rivero finally saw action for the UP Fighting Maroons for the first time since his transfer.
Pringle drops franchise-record 50 points in GlobalPort win
Stanley Pringle etched his name into PBA history with his groundbreaking performance of 50 points in GlobalPort's 133-115 win over Columbian Dyip on Friday.
Pringle after 50-point career night: 'I'd rather get to the playoffs'
He may have scored 50 points, but Stanley Pringle has a more important goal in mind.
RDO savors first game against former team TNT
Ranidel de Ocampo of the Meralco Bolts finally faced off against his old squad team for the very first time on Friday.
TNT holds off Meralco, grabs share of third spot
The TNT KaTropa handed their sister team, Meralco Bolts, their third loss of the conference on Friday.
Troy Rosario and TNT halt skid
Troy Rosario had 30 points and 12 rebounds as the TNT KaTropa halted its two-game losing slide, defeating the Meralco Bolts, 91-85.
Robert Bolick prefers titles over individual awards
Even after receiving the highest honor at the Collegiate Basketball Awards, Robert Bolick remains as hungry as ever to win a championship.
Go for Gold, Che'Lu register contrasting wins
Go for Gold had to go through some anxious moments against Marinero-TIP, while it was a breeze for Che'Lu Bar against Batangas-EAC.
Batang Gilas arrives in Argentina
Batang Gilas has touched down in Argentina ahead of the FIBA U17 World Cup.
Batang Gilas to open FIBA U17 World Cup stint soon
Batang Gilas will square off with Croatia on June 30 to open their FIBA U17 World Cup campaign.
Batang Gilas optimistic of chances in FIBA U17 World Cup
The coaching staff of Batang Gilas believes they have enough talent to perform well in the upcoming FIBA U17 World Cup in Argentina.
Jeff Chan adds another dimension to a win now Ginebra team
Barangay Ginebra was willing to pay the steep price for Jeff Chan and his stabilizing, veteran influence on the Kings.
Hot-shooting Phoenix drops 135 points on GlobalPort
The Phoenix Fuel Masters put an end to their four-game losing streak in an emphatic way, blowing out the GlobalPort Batang Pier.
Basketball standouts to be honored at collegiate awards night
Honoring the heroes of season's past, the 2018 Chooks-to-Go Collegiate Basketball Awards is set to distinguish three outstanding performers in college basketball on Thursday.
PBA players and coaches on NCAA ban
Former collegiate players and current PBA stars weighed in on the NCAA's ruling regarding foreign players.
Reaction to NCAA's new policy on foreign athletes
The new NCAA policy on foreign athletes drew some flak not only from fans but also from former Red Lion and MVP Sudan Daniel.
Andray Blatche, Calvin Abueva not in game shape
Coach Chot Reyes is scrambling to get Andray Blatche and Calvin Abueva into game shape as Gilas Pilipinas prepares to face Chinese Taipei.
Gilas hope familiarity breeds success
Gilas coach Chot Reyes said the team is "far from being close to prepared" for the third window of the FIBA World Cup qualifiers.
Marc Pingris forever connected to Gilas Pilipinas
Marc Pingris has a special bond with his former Gilas Pilipinas teammates. He said he hopes the current team experiences something similar.
'It's a dream': Jeff Chan looking forward to play for Tim Cone
Jeff Chan is excited to learn more from the the winningest coach in the league.
Barangay Ginebra acquires Jeff Chan
Barangay Ginebra acquires Jeff Chan from the Phoenix Fuel Masters on Monday. Ginebra sends its 2018 first-round draft pick.
Here's how Tim Cone believes Jeff Chan can help Ginebra
Ginebra coach Tim Cone thinks veteran sniper Jeff Chan is the kind of player who can lift the Kings to a "higher level."
Castro, Romeo, Blatche lead PH men's basketball roster for Asian Games
The core of the Philippine men's basketball team for the Asian Games this year is composed mostly of players from the TNT KaTropa.
PBA Weekly Wrap-Up: Pringle, Johnson get nod for top performances
What happened the past week in the PBA? ESPN5 writer Charlie Cuna gives his insights.
Alaska coach: Calvin Abueva remains suspended indefinitely
It appears fans won't see Calvin Abueva don an Alaska jersey anytime soon.
Sangalang eyes return from injury vs. NLEX
Ian Sangalang says he got the green light from the doctors to lace up when the Hotshots lock horns with NLEX on July 4.
Marinerong Pilipino beats Batangas by 42 points, CEU holds off AMA
Marinerong Pilipino subdued Batangas with a 42-point rout, 106-64, to bounce back in the 2018 PBA D-League Foundation Cup Monday
Brownlee powers Ginebra to Father's Day 'Manila Clasico' win
Justin Brownlee led the attack in scoring as the Barangay Ginebra Kings secured a victory over the Magnolia Hotshots on Sunday.
Meralco puts an end to Alaska's hot streak
It was a battle between two of the top three teams in the league, both on a winning run. In the end, it was the Bolts who came out with the victory.
Alaska loses but Manuel's 20-point game streak continues
Meralco tried to put the cuffs on Vic Manuel, but the Alaska forward still managed to finish with 22 points.
Balkman sizzles as SMB tops TNT in ejection-marred game
Renaldo Balkman leads the Beermen with 43 points and 15 rebounds as four players were ejected from San Miguel's 99-94 victory.
Four ejected from Beermen vs. KaTropa
Terrence Romeo, Marcio Lassiter, Tony Semerad, and Arwind Santos were ejected from Saturday's heated matchup between San Miguel and TNT.
Ginebra, Magnolia square off with playoff fates on line
Expect this Commissioner's Cup clash to go down to the wire, similar to these teams' numerous battles in the past.
Manila Clasico on Father's Day
The Magnolia Hotshots and Barangay Ginebra are set to add another chapter to their long and storied rivalry on Father's Day.
What Sunday's game means for Aces and Bolts
It is a big game Sunday for Vic Manuel and the Alaska Aces. But the stakes are equally high for the Meralco Bolts.
Guiao likens free agent pick-up Mac Tallo to Torion and Miller
NLEX coach Yeng Guiao sees two of his former players in new recruit Mac Tallo.
Gilas Pilipinas confront familiar challenge
Scheduling conflicts will mean Gilas Pilipinas will not have a full-team practice until they fly to Taiwan
Alaska trips NLEX, rolls to seventh straight win
The Alaska Aces blow by the NLEX Road Warriors 120-111 to move to 7-1 and a share of first place in the PBA Commissioner's Cup.
Meralco crushes listless Blackwater
Arinze Onuaku and the Meralco Bolts easily blitz the Blackwater Elite and cruise to their sixth win.
Bolts aiming for twice-to-beat incentive
The Bolts have to go through the top three teams in the Commissioner's Cup in their quest for a twice-to-beat advantage.
12th Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup Quarterfinals
Take a look at the quarterfinal pairings in the 12th Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup presented by Chooks-To-Go.
What we learned from the 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup
After the FIBA 3x3 World Cup, what's next for the Filipina cagers?
FIBA 3x3 World Cup afterglow
Two days after hosting the FIBA 3x3 World Cup, the Philippine men's and women's team are still on a basketball high.
David Carlos reflects on FIBA 3x3 World Cup dunk contest
"Air" David Carlos shares shares his feelings after nabbing the bronze medal in the in the 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup dunk contest.
Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell in Manila on June 17
Incoming second-year Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz is visiting the Philippines for the first time.
GlobalPort pulls off big win against San Miguel
The Batang Pier buck the ejection of Malcolm White to shock the fancied Beermen and nail a crucial win.
Malcolm White happy GlobalPort got win despite his ejection
The Batang Pier import had to sit out the last eight minutes of their game against San Miguel after drawing his second technical foul.
Magnolia snaps losing streak with rout of TNT
The Hotshots bank on a big second-half run to drub the KaTropa and snap their three-game losing streak.
Vic Manuel credits recent success to Danny Ildefonso
Vic Manuel has always been good, but the arrival of Alaska assistant coach Danny Ildefonso has turned him into a smarter and better player.
Austria says Beermen not getting ahead of themselves
San Miguel still has a chance to secure a top two spot in the playoffs, but coach Leo Austria isn't thinking of that just yet.
With playoff hopes in peril, Magnolia shifts to win-now mode
As far as Magnolia coach Chito Victolero is concerned, the playoffs start on Wednesday.
3x3 champ Serbia dishes out advice to Philippine team
Serbia has set the bar for international success in 3x3 basketball. The Philippines, on the other hand, still have a long way to go.
Serbia claims third FIBA 3x3 World Cup title in a row
Team Serbia capped off their amazing run in the 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup, defeating team Netherlands in the championship game, 16-13, on Tuesday night.
Pringle turns heads wearing Pilipinas jersey
Stanley Pringle fulfilled a lifelong dream when he finally donned the Philippine colors.
Gilas Cadets close out Filoil campaign with win over EAC
The Gilas Cadets ended their campaign in the 12th Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup presented by Chooks-To-Go strong with a win over the EAC Generals on Tuesday.
Kouame's late-game baskets lift Ateneo past La Salle in OT
The Ateneo Blue Eagles remained undefeated in the 12th Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup presented by Chooks-To-Go after defeating the La Salle Green Archers on Tuesday.
With Olympics in sight, Rosario calls for creation of national 3x3 pool
Troy Rosario hopes the country can have a 3x3 program similar to Gilas Pilipinas' to create a pool of players and have longer preparation for future tournaments.
Team Philippines concludes with win vs. Russia
Troy Rosario caught fire as Team Philippines ended their 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup campaign on a high note with a 19-12 victory over Russia.
Missing no more: Calvin Abueva finally shows up at Gilas practice
After going missing-in-action for several days, Calvin Abueva made an appearance at the Gilas Pilipinas practice on Monday at the Meralco Gym.
Personal problems shouldn't get in the way of Gilas duties, says Abueva
Suspended Alaska forward Calvin Abueva is not going to let his current "personal problems" prevent him from trying to get into the final lineup of Gilas Pilipinas.
Andray Blatche returns ready to face Australia
Andray Blatche is back with Gilas Pilipinas and looking forward to taking on Thon Maker, Matthew Dellavedova, and Australia.
Che'Lu bounces back, Batangas stuns CEU
Che'Lu Bar and Grill got itself back to its winning ways with an 88-71 drubbing of Marinerong Pilipino on Monday.
Despite winless 3x3 campaign, PH women's team gains much-needed experience
The losses endured by the Philippine women's team in the past three days of the FIBA 3x3 World Cup were welcomed with humility and a sense of purpose.
Filoil's Tuesday games to serve as fundraiser for ill Rolly Manlapaz
Ateneo and La Salle's matchup will not just be a colossal battle between the two proud schools, but it will also act as a fundraiser for the veteran barker.
Ateneo and De La Salle renew rivalry
The Ateneo Blue Eagles and the De La Salle Green Archers renew their rivalry in the 2018 Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup presented by Chooks-To-Go.
Parks-led Mandaluyong faces Muntinlupa on MPBL Datu Cup opening day
Mandaluyong and Muntinlupa, two teams which figured in a bitter tug-of-war for the services of highly-touted Ray Parks, will square off in the Independence Day opening of the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL).
Aces working together to fill void left by Abueva, Teng
Alaska coach Alex Compton is happy to know other guys are stepping up in the absence of Calvin Abueva and Jeron Teng.
Vic Manuel helps Alaska continue winning streak
Alaska trips reeling Magnolia, keeps win streak alive
The Alaska Aces extended their winning run to six games after surviving the Magnolia Hotshots, 103-99, in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup on Sunday.
Columbian beats Phoenix to halt three-game slide
The Columbian Dyip erased a double-digit deficit in the first half to defeat the Phoenix Fuel Masters, 115-107, in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup on Sunday.
Dyip downs Fuel Masters despite slow start
The Columbian Dyip overcame a double-digit deficit in the first half to outplay the Phoenix Fuel Masters, 115-107
Hungary prevails as women's team ends campaign winless
The Philippine women's team capped off their FIBA 3x3 World Cup campaign with a tough loss at the hands of Hungary, 18-15, Sunday at the Philippine Arena.
PH women's team falls to Spain, bows out of contention
The Philippine women's team went toe-to-toe with Spain for most part of the game but eventually came out on the losing end on Sunday.
Romeo shares 3x3 knowledge with former teammate Pringle
Terrence Romeo is sharing his immense knowledge on 3x3 basketball with the current Philippine team competing in the FIBA 3x3 World Cup.
Blatche returns as Gilas continues prep for FIBA World Cup qualifiers
Andray Blatche flew back to Manila on Saturday to help Gilas Pilipinas prepare for the third window of the FIBA World Cup Asian qualifiers.
Blatche back in Manila
Andray Blatch is back in town to gear up for the FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers.
Inexperience dooms Philippines in physical game vs. Mongolia
Two unsportsmanlike fouls on the Philippines helped turn the tide in Mongolia's favor.
Philippines vs. Brazil highlights
The Philippine men's team opened their 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup with an impressive 15-7 win over Brazil.
Ginebra arrests losing skid, outplays NLEX
The Kings breathe life into their quarterfinal hopes with a crucial win over the Road Warriors
Ginebra vs. NLEX highlights
Barangay Ginebra San Miguel scored a vital 83-75 victory over the NLEX Road Warriors in Legazpi.
Alaska suspends Abueva indefinitely
Calvin Abueva has not shown up at Alaska practices since after All-Star Week.
Aces' Calvin Abueva suspended
Calvin Abueva has been indefinitely suspended by the Alaska Aces for his extended absence from the team.
Meralco survives Phoenix in overtime thriller
The Bolts regroup in overtime to come away with a crucial win.
Rain or Shine books quarterfinals slot
The Elasto Painters grab top spot in the standings with their fourth win in a row.
Walker's injured shoulder keeps him sidelined
The Blackwater reinforcement tried to play against Rain or Shine but his injury was too severe.
Jeron Teng tweets photo, update on his condition
The Alaska rookie releases a photo of him in the hospital but clarifies he is already resting and recovering at home.
In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.
Prime Jimmy Alapag, Ranidel de Ocampo and their other Talk 'N Text teammates against June Mar and his fellow starters, who wins? We ask the 2011 champion coach.