Cone praises Thompson for overall impact in series win
Coach Tim Cone thought Scottie Thompson was a major catalyst in turning the series around for Ginebra.
Justin Brownlee has 'improved so tremendously', says Tim Cone
There's been a 'continuous evolution' in the game of Justin Brownlee, says coach Tim Cone.
Cone credits SEA Games stint for title run, sets sights on Philippine Cup
Tim Cone's 22nd PBA championship got a little boost from Ginebra coaches and players' participation in the Southeast Asian Games, and next up they want to end SMB's reign in the Philippine Cup.
Angola coach focused on Mighty Sports, doesn't rule out future Gilas stint
Will Voigt will be on the Mighty Sports coaching staff for the Dubai International Basketball Tournament.
Tim Cone knows what it's like to blow 3-1 lead
Ginebra coach Tim Cone is one of just a few coaches whose team has blown a 3-1 series lead in the PBA, and he's not about to let that happen again.
TNT picks up Alejandro from UFA pool
The TNT KaTropa continued their offseason retooling by adding guard Jjay Alejandro, while the Blackwater Elite and Phoenix Fuel Masters swapped point guards.
Standhardinger wins first BPC, Durham picks up third Best Import award
NorthPort's Christian Standhardinger and Meralco's Allen Durham were named Best Player and Best Import, respectively, in the Governors' Cup
Juan Gomez de Liaño still unsure about future with UP
UP Fighting Maroons point guard Juan Gomez de Liaño is still deciding whether to come back for UAAP Season 83.
Santos seeking redemption in return from indefinite ban
Arwind Santos is back with the Beermen and eager to show how much he matured after the indefinite suspension.
TNT acquires Ed Daquioag from Rain or Shine
Ed Daquioag will be shipped from the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters to the TNT KaTropa in exchange for three draft picks, the PBA announced Tuesday.
Belga to assume mentorship role with Mighty Sports in Dubai
PBA veteran Beau Belga doesn't expect to play heavy minutes in his second go-around with Mighty Sports in the Dubai International Basketball Tournament.
Blatche eyes title with Mighty, 'really excited' to pair up with Sotto
Aside from raring to play alongside Kai Sotto, Andray Blatche is also hoping to win a title with Mighty Sports in Dubai.
Ravena still figuring out what his next steps will be
Thirdy Ravena has already made it clear that his future lies overseas, but the swingman clarified that embarking on an NBA dream isn't in his immediate plans right now.
Dave Ildefonso to make Ateneo return
Dave Ildefonso is returning to Ateneo after playing two years with National University, he announced on Instagram on Monday.
Cagulangan, former ISU guard to join UP
The University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons will obtain Joel Cagulangan and former Idaho State guard Sam Dowd, a source told ESPN5.com.
Brownlee's playmaking on point in Ginebra's Game 3 win
Justin Brownlee dialed back his shots and keyed in on playmaking to propel Barangay Ginebra to a win in Game 3 of the 2019 PBA Governors' Cup finals.
Meralco's Almazan injures knee in Game 3
Meralco center Raymond Almazan will not be returning to Game 3 after straining his left knee in the first quarter Sunday.
Cone: Ginebra's box-and-one a 'gimmick defense', won't work vs. Bolts
Ginebra deployed a surprise defensive scheme in Game 2 against Meralco which helped them rally from 19 down, but Tim Cone doesn't think it will work all the time.
Meralco holds off Ginebra in Game 2 to tie series
Allen Durham had 21 points and 18 rebounds as the Meralco Bolts held off Barangay Ginebra for a 104-102 victory in Game 2 to tie the Governors' Cup finals at one game apiece.
5 on 5: Breaking down the new Gilas Pilipinas pool
We asked five ESPN5.com writers to weigh in on the new Gilas Pilipinas pool.
Pingris on Gilas pool call-up: 'Seryoso ba 'yan?'
Marc Pingris couldn't believe it when informed his name was included in the 24-man Gilas Pilipinas pool for the first window of the FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers.
SMB sends Nabong to NorthPort for Escoto
The San Miguel Beermen and NorthPort Batang Pier agreed to the one-on-one trade on Thursday afternoon.
Magsanoc to coach Gilas 3x3 team to OQT
Veteran coach Ronnie Magsanoc will be tasked to coach the Gilas 3x3 team that will shoot for an Olympic slot in the upcoming qualifying tournament.
Thirdy Ravena to join Mighty Sports in Dubai
Former Ateneo Blue Eagles forward Thirdy Ravena will suit up for Mighty Sports in the Dubai International Basketball Tournament.
Derick Pumaren to return to DLSU as head coach
The De La Salle Green Archers have hired former coach Derrick Pumaren, who led the school to its first UAAP championship over 30 years ago.
Alaska ships Enciso to TNT for DiGregorio
The TNT KaTropa and Alaska Aces kicked off their 2020 preseason build-up with a trade.
Gilas to have interim coach for February FIBA Asia Cup games
Gilas Pilipinas will be handled by an interim coach for its February FIBA Asia Cup qualifying games against Thailand and Indonesia.
TNT made run to finals but couldn't get over the hump
The TNT KaTropa made two trades during the season to shore up their rotation and brought in two NBA-caliber imports, but still fell short of a championship.
Batang Pier's 2019 trades changed their fortunes
The Batang Pier pulled off two big trades this season and were rewarded by a surprise semifinal appearance in the Governors' Cup.
NLEX had a rollercoaster season
The NLEX Road Warriors couldn't get past the elimination round in two conferences, then were upset in the third.
Best of the Decade: Jimmy Alapag stood tall in the 2010s
Parks: No contract renewal talks yet with TNT
TNT rookie Ray Parks' contract is set to expire at the end of the year.
Brownlee, Ginebra headed to Governors' Cup finals
Justin Brownlee poured in 36 points as Barangay Ginebra bounces NorthPort 120-107 in Game 4 for a trip to the Governors' Cup finals.
Blatche joins Sotto, Mighty Sports in Dubai
Andray Blatche will get another opportunity to represent the Philippines as he will be joining Mighty Sports in the upcoming 31st Dubai International Basketball Championship.
Best of the Decade: Leo Austria's style wins titles, period
Are other southeast Asian countries catching up to Gilas?
Gilas Pilipinas Men coach Tim Cone believes other countries are slowly creeping up on the heels of the Philippines in basketball.
Best of the Decade: Cone's record-breaking title run puts him up there
Aquino, Gilas Women hope gold leads to growth of PH women's basketball
Gilas Women coach Pat Aquino hopes the SEAG gold leads to more opportunities: "I really want women's basketball to grow."
Gilas Pilipinas Women won gold for the first time
Phoenix acquires Jake Pascual from Alaska
Dyip pick Isaac Go, Roosevelt Adams in rookie draft
Isaac Go and Roosevelt Adams led 45 aspirants who were selected in the PBA rookie draft.
PBA to hold special Gilas Pilipinas draft
The PBA and the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas agreed to hold a Gilas Pilipinas Special Draft in preparation for the 2023 Basketball World Cup.
Racela signs two-year deal with Blackwater
Nash Racela signed a two-year deal with Blackwater Elite during a meeting with team governor Silliman Sy on Wednesday.
How should Magnolia upgrade its roster?
The Magnolia Hotshots had a solid season, but they failed to defend their Governors' Cup crown even with Romeo Travis and an intact lineup.
San Miguel falls short of winning a Grand Slam
The Phoenix Fuel Masters' up-and-down season
It was a season of extremes for the Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters as they went from a top seed in the Philippine Cup to 11th place in the Governors' Cup.
Lady Bulldogs' dominance not wavering anytime soon
Six straight, 96-0: Lady Bulldogs capture Season 82 crown
The NU Lady Bulldogs are now winners of six straight UAAP titles and 96 straight games.
How will San Miguel fare without Santos, Nabong, Tubid?
How Arwind Santos, Kelly Nabong and Ronald Tubid's absence will affect San Miguel's quest for a Governors' Cup title.
San Miguel Beermen in turmoil
TnT's Vargas re-elected as PBA chairman
Boyet Fernandez takes blame for San Beda's finals loss
Boyet Fernandez assumed full responsibility for San Beda's stunning collapse in the NCAA finals.
How Thirdy Ravena and his evolution brought Ateneo back to the top
Thirdy Ravena's hard work and growth over the last six years with Ateneo resulted to three titles and three Finals MVP awards.
For Nieto twins, Ateneo's historic title run is a family affair
Mike and Matt Nieto culminated 16 years of basketball with a third-straight title for the Blue Eagles.
Balanza's comeback ends with Letran's title win
Fourteen months after a brain tumor diagnosis, Jerrick Balanza is now a two-time champion after Letran knocked off San Beda.
Fran Yu hushes critics with Finals MVP award, NCAA title
Fran Yu capped off his breakout season with a Finals MVP award following an unforgettable performance that powered Letran to the NCAA title.
Tab Baldwin: 'Mark Nonoy is obviously a problem for us'
Ateneo coach Tab Baldwin said Mark Nonoy "got a lot of respect" after putting up 26 points for UST in Game 1.
Burning questions ahead of San Beda-Letran Game 3
The NCAA basketball tournament boils down to one final game as the San Beda Red Lions and the Letran Knights figure in a winner-take-all Game 3.
What Calvin Abueva's doing in his time away from PBA
Abueva joins Phoenix's outreach program
Calvin Abueva headlined Fuel Masters' outreach program in Las Pinas City on Saturday.
Falling short of expectations: Uncertainty looms for UP Fighting Maroons
As the 2010s come to a close, the ESPN5.com staff decided to honor the athletes, coaches, and teams who excelled, made their marks, and blazed trails over the past 10 years.