The PBA Board of Governors will make its decision regarding the new PBA commissioner on May 14th after the board representatives meet with their respective team owners regarding the four remaining candidates for the post.
The Board on Thursday interviewed the four – current operations head Rickie Santos, former PBA coach and now president of the Basketball Coaches Association of the Philippines Chito Narvasa, former PBA star and present FilSports Basketball Association commissioner Vince Hizon, and NAASCU executive and current St. Clare president Jay Adalem – regarding their candidacy for the position currently held by outgoing commissioner Chito Salud, who was appointed the new president and chief executive officer under the PBA’s new structure.
“The four gentlemen that were included in the shortlist presented themselves to the board and shared their insights regarding the manner they will discharge the duties and functions as commissioner along with a brief background of their family and employment, changes they want to make the league better, innovations with respect to the rules that may impact to the kind of play the PBA may have and their long term goals and why they are motivated to take on the challenge to become next league commissioner,” Salud told sportswriters after a lengthy meeting by the board.
According to Salud, each candidate were given sufficient time to answer all the relevant questions thrown by every board member....
PBA’s search for its new commissioner isn’t done yet.
Outgoing Commissioner Chito Salud said on Thursday at the PBA Office in Libis that his office has yet to decide on his replacement as PBA’s top honcho.
He said that the PBA Board of Governors will convene once more on May 14 to choose his successor....
Tungalag will join fellow import Orien Greene in their pursuit to give the Gin Kigns its first PBA title since the 2008 Fiesta Cup.
''Since I'm here in the Philippines, I have to adapt to the Philippine style of play. I have to play the same here,'' the Mongolian said, as translated by an interpreter, in PBA.ph....
The Blackwater Elite and the Alaska Aces will open the curtains of the season-ending conference on May 5 at SMART-Araneta Coliseum. Capping the opening day is the matchup between the Meralco Bolts and the GlobalPort Batang Pier.
In a rare move, the league will also be having two regular matches in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Rain or Shine Elasto Painters will be playing back-to-back games there, taking on GlobalPort on May 21 and crowd-favorite Barangay Ginebra San Miguel on May 22....
MANILA, Philippines -- Herbalife International Philippines, a global nutrition company, was officially unveiled as the nutrition partner of Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) during a press launch at Parmigiano Restaurant in Resorts World Manila over the weekend.
This is first partnership between the PBA, the premier basketball league in the country, and Herbalife.
“We are proud to be the PBA’s Official Nutrition Partner. Herbalife has been active worldwide in promoting good nutrition and healthy, active lifestyle. We sponsor more than 190 world-class athletes, teams and events around the globe, including Cristiano Ronaldo, the LA Galaxy and more champions in many other sports," William Rahn, Herbalife Senior Vice-President and Managing Director for Asia Pacific, said. ...
|Team History (Last 10 Conferences)|
|2014-2015 Commissioners' Cup||5||7||0.417||8th|
|2014-2015 Philippine Cup||7||6||0.538||5th|
|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|