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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 5:52 am 
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Congrats Junemar...

17 points and 31 rebounds sa game 7...

31 rebounds is a PBA record!

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 7:17 am 
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nakagat siguro siya ng radioactive spider nung binunggo siya ni "Spiderman" :bounce1:

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 2:14 pm 
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galing din ng defens ng magnolia bigs kay JMF.... nevertheless, kudos JMF and to my team SMB! 8)

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 4:00 pm 
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JABEZJ wrote:
Congrats Junemar...

17 points and 31 rebounds sa game 7...

31 rebounds is a PBA record!


halimaw talaga si JuneMar... Congratz JuneMar (2019 Philippine Cup BPC and Finals MVP)... 8) :celebrate:

on track na naman for another MVP award... :) :beer:

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2019 9:31 am 
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Junmar 6-time PBA MVP?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2019 4:15 pm 
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Junmar 6-time PBA MVP?


kahit mabigat ang betlog ni JMF, dominating parin :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 21, 2019 8:58 am 
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Best player si Junemar sa 2019 All Filipino..

May chance ulit mag MVP this year...

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 23, 2020 3:04 pm 
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Malaking possibility na mag 6-straight MVP si JuneMar... :) :beer:

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Malaking possibility na mag 6-straight MVP si JuneMar... :) :beer:


wag na.... si slowter naman mag mvp ngayon :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Sweet, sweet sixth?
Olmin Leyba (The Philippine Star) - January 24, 2020 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — Will “The Kraken” keep his stranglehold on the top individual award in the PBA and set yet another league record?

San Miguel behemoth June Mar Fajardo looks poised for an unprecedented sixth MVP coronation when the league holds the PBA Leo Awards on March 1.

Fajardo has made a strong case for the coveted plum with his solid outing in 2019, helping San Miguel win two of the three conferences in PBA Season 44.

The Cebuano ace plucked his sixth consecutive Best Player of the Conference trophy in the Philippine Cup – a league standard – where he averaged 22.2 points, 12.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game in leading the Beermen to a five-peat in the all-Filipino tournament.

Performance in the season-opener carries much weight as 40 percent of stats from this conference will be used to determine the winner of the season MVP.

The SMB superstar followed this up with a stellar showing as the Beermen annexed the Commissioner’s Cup. Fajardo logged 16.4 ppg, 11.5 rpg, and 1.4 bpg in this title drive in the import-flavored mid-year joust, finishing runner-up to TNT KaTropa’s Jayson Castro in the final tabulation for the BPC.

Fajardo and the Beermen fell short of their grand slam bid, bombing out in the quarterfinals of the Governors’ Cup, but the 6-foot-10 stalwart was a rock with 18.8 ppg, 13.6 rpg and 1 bpg, and wound up No. 2 to NorthPort’s Christian Standhardinger in the BPC race.

Fajardo, Castro and Standhardinger, as BPC winners, contend for the Leo statuette.

Super rookie CJ Perez of Columbian Dyip may get in the race for the Mythical Selection after a breakout debut which saw him land in the shortlist of candidates for the BPC twice.

Perez ranked No. 2 in statistical points in the second conference but placed fourth overall after the votes, his bid stymied by the Dyip’s failure to make the playoffs. It was essentially the same story on the Governors’ Cup, where the former Lyceum standout got second spot in SPs but settled for fourth in the final tabulation.

Stanley Pringle of newly minted Governors’ Cup titlist Barangay Ginebra could also be in the mix. The Fil-Am finished third in the Philippine Cup BPC derby when he was still with NorthPort and ranked No. 6 in stats points in the season-ending meet, later dishing out an impressive showing in the Gin Kings’ ascension to the throne.

The PBA is set to hand out the awards right before tipping off hostilities for the league’s 45th season at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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bigatooth wrote:
whinz wrote:
Malaking possibility na mag 6-straight MVP si JuneMar... :) :beer:


wag na.... si slowter naman mag mvp ngayon :lol: :lol: :lol:

oo nga 8)

















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The.Equalizer wrote:
bigatooth wrote:
whinz wrote:
Malaking possibility na mag 6-straight MVP si JuneMar... :) :beer:


wag na.... si slowter naman mag mvp ngayon :lol: :lol: :lol:

oo nga 8)

















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pag hindi malagayan ni JMF ang pba si slowter ang mananalo for sure! :lol:

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Sweet, sweet sixth?
Olmin Leyba (The Philippine Star) - January 24, 2020 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — Will “The Kraken” keep his stranglehold on the top individual award in the PBA and set yet another league record?

San Miguel behemoth June Mar Fajardo looks poised for an unprecedented sixth MVP coronation when the league holds the PBA Leo Awards on March 1.

Fajardo has made a strong case for the coveted plum with his solid outing in 2019, helping San Miguel win two of the three conferences in PBA Season 44.

The Cebuano ace plucked his sixth consecutive Best Player of the Conference trophy in the Philippine Cup – a league standard – where he averaged 22.2 points, 12.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game in leading the Beermen to a five-peat in the all-Filipino tournament.

Performance in the season-opener carries much weight as 40 percent of stats from this conference will be used to determine the winner of the season MVP.

The SMB superstar followed this up with a stellar showing as the Beermen annexed the Commissioner’s Cup. Fajardo logged 16.4 ppg, 11.5 rpg, and 1.4 bpg in this title drive in the import-flavored mid-year joust, finishing runner-up to TNT KaTropa’s Jayson Castro in the final tabulation for the BPC.

Fajardo and the Beermen fell short of their grand slam bid, bombing out in the quarterfinals of the Governors’ Cup, but the 6-foot-10 stalwart was a rock with 18.8 ppg, 13.6 rpg and 1 bpg, and wound up No. 2 to NorthPort’s Christian Standhardinger in the BPC race.

Fajardo, Castro and Standhardinger, as BPC winners, contend for the Leo statuette.

Super rookie CJ Perez of Columbian Dyip may get in the race for the Mythical Selection after a breakout debut which saw him land in the shortlist of candidates for the BPC twice.

Perez ranked No. 2 in statistical points in the second conference but placed fourth overall after the votes, his bid stymied by the Dyip’s failure to make the playoffs. It was essentially the same story on the Governors’ Cup, where the former Lyceum standout got second spot in SPs but settled for fourth in the final tabulation.

Stanley Pringle of newly minted Governors’ Cup titlist Barangay Ginebra could also be in the mix. The Fil-Am finished third in the Philippine Cup BPC derby when he was still with NorthPort and ranked No. 6 in stats points in the season-ending meet, later dishing out an impressive showing in the Gin Kings’ ascension to the throne.

The PBA is set to hand out the awards right before tipping off hostilities for the league’s 45th season at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.


Malaking bagay talaga pag ang isang pba team ay nakapasok sa semi-finals at lalo pa sa finals, lalong tumataas ang chance na makakuha ng individual major awards (bpc at season mvp). Example sa case ni cj perez 2x siyang nasa top 3 – 5 ng statistical points sa commissioner’s cup at governor’s cup and at dahil di nakapasok ng play-offs ang team nila nawawala ang chance na makuha ang bpc award; unlike jayson castro (kung di po ako nagkakamali nasa top 7 commissioner’s cup statistical points) & Christian standhardinger (nasa top 5 statistical points ng governor’s cup) at dahil parehas silang nakapasok sa finals at parehas naging consistent sila sa finals plus media & pba votes nakuha nila ang bpc for commissioner’s & governor’s cup. kaya masuwerte po talaga si jun mar fajardo madalas pumapasok ang smb sa semi-finals at finals kaya palaging mataas ang chance niya na makakuha palagi ng individual major awards.


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bigatooth wrote:

pag hindi malagayan ni JMF ang pba si slowter ang mananalo for sure! :lol:


bakit po si slowter (slaughter)? kasi wala naman po siya sa top 5 - 10 ng statistical leaders of each conferences ng 2019 pba season. 'cencia na po, nagtatanong lang, medyo curious lang po :-)


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bigatooth wrote:
pag hindi malagayan ni JMF ang pba si slowter ang mananalo for sure! :lol:



yes and start na yan ng Slowter era in Phil basketball.....






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