In PBA history, the multiple-conference record for the longest winning streak belongs to the 1983 Crispa Redmanizers.
Have you ever heard of a basketball team, whether in the high school, college, or professional ranks, having scored 200 points in an official game? Yes, it has happened in local basketball history. Once upon a time, it was in Daet, Camarines, Norte.
Many NBA followers of the National Basketball Association (NBA) have ranked legendary Boston Celtics center William Felton (Bill) Russell atop their list of the greatest left-handed players ever.
Believe it or not, there have been a few instances in Philippine basketball history where a renowned athlete did not shoot the rock with his natural hand, meaning he grew up as a left-hander but subsequently turned to his right when playing ball.
More than 140 players crossed their Rubicon in shedding their amateur status to turn professional in the inaugural season of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) in 1975.
The creation of a professional league, the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), in April 1975 altered the landscape of the country’s basketball history locally and internationally.