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PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 4:08 pm 
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Congratz SMB. Good win kagabi... :) :D

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:36 am 
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Congratz SMB. What a nice ballgame kagabi against BGK... :celebrate: :) :beer:

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 12:30 am 
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Junemar Fajardo 41Pts against Kia

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 5:55 pm 
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Junemar Fajardo 41Pts against Kia

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Congratz JuneMar, good game SMB. :beer: :) :celebrate:

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:51 pm 
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Happy Retirement Beermen Hontiveros!!! you will always be a Beermen , pangit naman kasi kung Alaska


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 9:16 am 
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Happy Retirement Beermen Hontiveros!!! you will always be a Beermen , pangit naman kasi kung Alaska


:lol: :lol: :lol:


mag reretire na ba officially? akala ko si TDLC pa lang ang sure na mag retire? :?: :?:

baka babalik muna sa Beermen si Dondon kahit one conference lang and then he will officially retire... :) :D :beer:

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 9:18 am 
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Good game again by SMB kagabi. Panalo... 8) :beer:

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whinz wrote:
gambol wrote:
Happy Retirement Beermen Hontiveros!!! you will always be a Beermen , pangit naman kasi kung Alaska


:lol: :lol: :lol:


mag reretire na ba officially? akala ko si TDLC pa lang ang sure na mag retire? :?: :?:

baka babalik muna sa Beermen si Dondon kahit one conference lang and then he will officially retire... :) :D :beer:


sana nga, walang kwenta kung Alaska sya nagretire, puro Kopal ang fans


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gambol wrote:
whinz wrote:
gambol wrote:
Happy Retirement Beermen Hontiveros!!! you will always be a Beermen , pangit naman kasi kung Alaska


:lol: :lol: :lol:


mag reretire na ba officially? akala ko si TDLC pa lang ang sure na mag retire? :?: :?:

baka babalik muna sa Beermen si Dondon kahit one conference lang and then he will officially retire... :) :D :beer:


sana nga, walang kwenta kung Alaska sya nagretire, puro Kopal ang fans


:lol: :lol: :lol:


gusto kasi ni Dondon mag champion muna sa All-Filipino bago mag retire. Balik SMB nalang kaya siya next conference? :?: :D :)

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sana nga kunin uli ng Beermen, pangit talaga kung sa Alaska sya magtapos, walang kwenta puro Kopal ang nga Fans

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Meralco stuns SMB to clinch top seed, leaving sixth-seeded Beermen uphill climb in grand slam bid

From: Karlo SacamosSeptember 24, 2017, 09:15 pm

Meralco stuns SMB to clinch top seed, leaving sixth-seeded Beermen uphill climb in grand slam bid

Allen Durham and the Bolts hold a twice-to-beat advantage over No. 8 Blackwater. Jerome Ascano
MERALCO gave San Miguel Beer a dose of its own medicine, showing championship poise at crunch time to pull off a stunning 104-101 win on Sunday night and clinch top seed in the PBA Governors’ Cup quarterfinals.

The Bolts climbed out of an 18-point third-quarter hole, leaning on Allen Durham down the stretch to squeeze out the victory in front of a sizeable crowd at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.

The Bolts finished the eliminations with nine wins in 11 games to enter the playoffs with a twice-to-beat edge against eighth seed Blackwater.

The result also relegated the Beermen to sixth spot, facing an uphill climb in their grand slam bid as they face twice-to-beat defending champion Ginebra in the first round.

“That was just a great second half,” Bolts coach Norman Black said. “It’s more about making adjustments.”

“It’s not about the past, but just focusing on the moment,” he added as he Bolts beat the Beermen for the first time since the 2015 Governors’ Cup. “I don’t think my players are even aware that we hadn’t beaten them in two years.”

Durham scattered 35 points, 13 boards, eight assists, two blocks, and one steal in almost 44 minutes, highlighting another impressive all-around performance with a putback off his own miss that gave the Bolts the lead for good at 102-101 with 28 seconds left after his team trailed by as many as 71-53 in the third quarter.

The reigning Best Import then sealed the deal by burying two charities as Alex Cabagnot’s last gasp three-point attempt clanged out at the buzzer.

Jared Dillinger and Baser Amer also shone down the stretch for the Bolts, each hitting a three-pointer that kept their team within striking distance.

June Mar Fajardo led the Beermen with 26 points and eight boards, but committed a late turnover and allowed a layup conversion by Durham on the other end that put the Bolts up, 100-98, with 59 seconds to go, before Chris Ross knocked down a trey to give SMB its last taste of the lead.



The scores:

MERALCO 104 – Durham 35, Dillinger 16, Newsome 14, Amer 13, Hodge 8, Tolomia 8, De Ocampo 6, Nabong 2, Hugnatan 2, Lanete 0

SMB 101 – Fajardo 26, Lassiter 18, Watson 18, Cabagnot 16, Ross 10, Santos 6, Rosser 4, Espinas 3, Heruela 0

Quarterscores: 19-32, 39-51, 69-81, 104-101

http://www.spin.ph/basketball/news/mera ... rterfinals

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 11:28 am 
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Ginebra plays Grand Slam spoiler, clobbers SMB to march on to Governors Cup semifinals

From: Karlo Sacamos September 27, 2017, 09:09 pm

BARANGAY Ginebra refused to show some brotherly love as it shut down fan insinuations on the way to spoiling a sister team’s ambitious quest this season.

The Gin Kings picked the best time to play their best game as they outclassed San Miguel Beer, 104-84, on Wednesday night to deny the Beermen a grand slam this season in the PBA Governors’ Cup quarterfinal matchup.

Justin Brownlee came prepared and stuffed the stats sheet as usual, getting plenty of help from Joe Devance, Japeth Aguilar, and Greg Slaughter, while the playmakers ran the show as the Gin Kings turned an expected bloodbath into a cakewalk in front of sizeable crowd at the Mall of Asia Arena.

The twice-to-beat Gin Kings thus finished off the Beermen in just one try in impressive fashion to advance to the semifinals opposite the survivor of the TNT KaTropa-Rain or Shine quarterfinal matchup.

“Who would’ve thought this was coming?” Gin Kings coach Tim Cone asked as he sat down for the post-game conference. “We just played great from start to finish.”

“It’s just one of those nights,” he added. “It came at a bad time for them and we were on our game.”

The Gin Kings’ best-of-five Final Four series against the Texters-E-Painters matchup winner will start on Monday night at the Big Dome.

Brownlee registered 37 points, 12 boards, two assists, four blocks, and one steals with less than two minutes of rest, scattering 16 of his scoring output in the second quarter where the Gin King started to break away after a nip-and-tuck battle in the first quarter.

Devance added 17 points, built around four triples, while twin towers Slaughter and Aguilar chipped in 13 points apiece.

Sol Mercado broke out of his slump as he buried three treys, while LA Tenorio contributed eight points, 10 assists, and two steals.

Scottie Thompson grabbed 13 boards and dished out four assists, but also squeezed in some offense as he knocked down the three-pointer that gave the Gin Kings their biggest lead at 102-72.

Terrence Watson led the Beermen with 30 points, but 23 came in the second half where his team was already stuck in a huge double-digit hole.

June Mar Fajardo added 19 points, 22 boards, and five blocks, but found little help as Arwind Santos, Alex Cabagnot, and Chris Ross picked the worst time to have off nights.

The scores:

GINEBRA 104 – Brownlee 37, Devance 17, Aguilar J. 13, Slaughter 13, Mercado 9, Tenorio 8, Thompson 7, Mariano 0

SMB 84 – Watson 30, Fajardo 19, Lassiter 13, Cabagnot 8, Santos 6, Ross 5, Espinas 3, Rosser 0, De Ocampo 0

Quarterscores: 23-23, 45-32, 74-61, 104-84


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Ok lang yan SMB, hindi man nakuha ang pinakaaasam na Grandslam this season mas pag iigihan nyo pa na mag champion ulit next conference sa All-Filipino Cup. If that happens, another record-breaking moment na naman. (4th straight All-Filipino Championship)... :) :D

Tingin ko mas motivated ang SMB na mag champion ulit next conference after their Grandslam chase this year ended. Wala pang team na nakaka 4 na sunod na panalo sa All-Filipino. 8) 8) 8)

Baka blessing in disguise na rin ang nangyari. Kagaya nung nakaraang taon, hindi rin naka Grandslam ang SMB pero nakuha naman nila ang Perpetual Trophy after the 3-straight All-Filipino Championship in the following year.

Sana lang makuha nila ang unprecedented 4th-straight All-Filipino Championship next conference... GO GO GO SMB... :beer:

Marami na ring achievements at records na nakuha ang mga current players ng SMB at SMB team as a whole in this era/generation.

Yung comeback from 0-3 in the best of 7 series/Finals... (1st time mangyari in the history of basketball)
Yung 3 straight MVP award ni JuneMar (1st time mangyari in the PBA)
Yung 3 straight All-Filipino Championship (2nd time pa lang nangyari in the PBA)

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 5:56 pm 
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ayan! semis na...

hanggang semis lng nman ang Barangay...

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