With an 87-79 win over the EMKAI Rizal Xentro Mall Golden Coolers on Thursday, the Bulacan Kuyas just kept their playoff hopes in the Chooks-to-Go MPBL Invitational powered by TM alive.
Overshadowed by the GenSan Warriors’ lowly 0-3 record in the on-going Chooks-to-Go MPBL Invitational powered by TM is the fact that Gerald Anderson is emerging as a reliable go-to guy in the tournament so far.
When it comes to scoring, there is no question a hotshot like Carlo Lastimosa will always part of the conversation — whatever the level of basketball.
In sports, it takes just one quick moment to ruin a player or team’s reputation, but even a lot more time to rebuild it.
To say James Martinez is a busy player at the moment is a tremendous understatement. The scoring guard had just made his Chooks-to-Go MPBL Invitational powered by TM debut for the Bulacan Kuyas on Tuesday, December 14, contributing 15 points in a losing effort.
Just last month, Dave Moralde hit a tough, off-balanced game-winning jumper for Medical Depot in the inaugural Filbasket tournament.
Two games into the Chooks-to-Go MPBL Invitational powered by TM, the EOG Sports-Burlington Mindoro Tamaraws are establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with, winning their first two contests for a 2-0 card in Group D.
When players bounce back from dismal losses, they usually pick up the scoring load to deliver a win. But for Paolo Javillonar and Mon Mabayo, it was a slightly different but just as effective approach.
When EMKAI Rizal Xentro Mall Golden Coolers head coach Rodney Santos guided his squad to its maiden victory in the Chooks-to-Go MPBL Invitational powered by TM, he even had to apologize to his players.
Father-and-son moments do not usually come often in sports, so when the Marikina Shoe City won their debut match in the Chooks-to-Go MPBL Invitational powered by TM on Monday night, Kyle Tolentino couldn’t help but cry.