2013-2014 Governors' Cup

Team Leaders

PPG: Z. Mason (20.20)
RPG: Z. Mason (13.30)
APG: L. Tenorio (3.50)
SPG: L. Tenorio (1.10)
BPG: Z. Mason (1.30)

June 18, 2014 8:00PM
Smart Araneta Coliseum
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BGSM 21 33 54 81
AA 14 39 64 92
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Best Player/s: Jayvee Casio 15pts 6/9FG

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PBA considering opening new season at 55,000-seat Philippine Arena

September 11, 2014

Philippine Arena. Malacanang Photo Bureau/Ryan LimLast year, the Philippine Basketball Association opened its season in three different cities across Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, drawing an audience of over 30,000 combined.

This year, the league is looking to top that as it considers holding the ceremonies in the country’s largest arena – the 55,000-seater Philippine Arena at the Ciudad de Victoria in Bocaue, Bulacan.

PBA operations chief Rickie Santos confirmed in a text message that the league would like to kick off the new season in the venue if things are in place in time.

“Yup, may chance if the facilities are laid out on September 18,” Santos said....

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Ginebra drops exhibition game to Korean club LG Sakers

September 10, 2014

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel battled hard but could not pull off a win against the visiting Changwon LG Sakers club from Korea to fall, 81-76, in the “Asian Basketball Showdown” exhibition game on Tuesday at the SMART-Araneta Coliseum.

The Kings were within a solitary point, 66-65, with 3:02 remaining but the Koreans’ Kim Yong Hwan knocked down a couple of late threes to give the LG Sakers an eight-point lead, 79-71, and put the game away.

Ginebra was led by a strong showing from sophomore big man Greg Slaughter, who finished with 23 points and 12 rebounds. Mac Baracael and Chris Ellis both scored 13 points while new recruit Joseph Yeo added nine points and four assists in the loss....

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PBA sets record goals

September 10, 2014

MANILA, Philippines - Average attendance took a dip in the PBA last season due to adjustments in schedule to allow an extended training period for the national team but the pro league’s new chairman Patrick Gregorio said the other day the goal is to set a record in live audience numbers in the 40th anniversary campaign starting Oct. 19.

The average attendance record for a season is 7,700 set in 1996 and nearly broken in 2010-11. Indications are clear that a new record will soon be made with crowds of over 20,000 recently storming the gates of venues for big games. Last season opened with an audience of 20,298 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum and ended with 23,234 witnessing Game 5 of the Governors Cup Finals between San Mig Coffee and Rain Or Shine. During the season, the PBA recorded an all-time, single-game attendance mark of 24,883 in Game 7 of the Philippine Cup semifinals between San Mig Coffee and Barangay Ginebra San Miguel to eclipse the previous high of 23,436 in Game 3 of the 2012-13 Commissioner’s Cup Finals between Alaska and Ginebra.

For the first time in its 39-year history, the PBA will welcome 12 teams this season. Kia Motors and Blackwater are joining the fold as expansion franchises. N-Lex is another new member after buying the Air 21 franchise....

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Pacquiao delighted by KIA's win over Ginebra

September 09, 2014

MANILA, Philippines – Playing-coach Manny Pacquiao was thrilled to hear the news of KIA Sorento's surprising 73-71 victory over Barangay Ginebra in a tune-up game earlier this week.

Pacquiao did not watch his team's game against the perennial crowd favorites as he was in the midst of a media tour with American boxer Chris Algieri for their upcoming welterweight fight.

Upon his return to Manila on Tuesday, Pacquiao said the victory over Ginebra, as slim as it may be, bodes well for KIA's chances when they make their debut in the PBA this season....

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Two-time MVPs Willie Miller, Danny Ildefonso still left unsigned for upcoming PBA season

September 09, 2014

Willie Miller and Danny Ildefonso. PBA/Nuki Sabio and KC CruzIn PBA history, only few players have won the Most Valuable Player award at least two times.

Danny Ildefonso and Willie Miller, two future Hall of Famers, are among those included on the list.

More than a decade ago, they were the best in their respective positions. But how time flew by so fast — now, both of them are still left unsigned about a month before the start of the new PBA season....

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Team History (Last 10 Conferences)
Conference Win Loss PCT Placing
2013-2014 Governors' Cup 5 5 0.500 6th
2013-2014 Commissioners' Cup 3 7 0.300 8th
2013-2014 Philippine Cup 15 8 0.652 3rd
2012-2013 Governors' Cup 4 7 0.364 8th
2012-2013 Commissioners' Cup 12 12 0.500 Runner-up
2012-2013 Philippine Cup 8 9 0.471 6th
2011-2012 Governors' Cup 9 6 0.600 3rd
2011-2012 Commissioners' Cup 8 6 0.571 3rd
2011-2012 Philippine Cup 9 7 0.562 6th
2010-2011 Governors' Cup 8 5 0.615 4th