Cone on next conference: 'A comfort to have Justin'
Justin Brownlee is Ginebra's no-brainer choice for the PBA's probable import-laden conference.
Alaska swaps stalwart Casio for Blackwater's Tolomia
Alaska and Blackwater are exchanging point guards with Mike Tolomia now with the Aces and Jvee Casio now with the Bossing.
Grading Filipino imports' performances so far
Jack Animam in Serbia and Kobe Paras in Japan continue to make the Philippines proud with their fine play as imports.
Terrafirma eyes Alston for next conference
American import Khapri Alston is set for a second go-round with Terrafirma Dyip.
Alaska staying the course even after 11th-place finish
Alaska still has high hopes of making the Finals and winning a championship next conference.
Terrence Romeo back to being a scoring machine for San Miguel
Terrence Romeo reminded just about everybody that he's a big-time bucket-getter as San Miguel came from behind to stun TNT.
Chot: Happy to be tied with SMB without Kelly
The TNT Tropang Giga could have been up 2-0 in their series against San Miguel, but coach Chot Reyes refuses to dwell on the what-ifs.
Almazan doubtful for Meralco in Game 3
Coach Norman Black challenged Meralco's other bigs to step up in the likely absence of Raymond Almazan for Game 3.
Pogoy makes sure TNT draws first blood on SMB
The Tropang Giga nearly blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter and had to reply on a big defensive stop in the end to salvage a Game 1 win.
Abueva bucks foul trouble to lift Magnolia over Meralco
The Beast bucked foul trouble to power the Hotshots past the Bolts in the fourth quarter.
Thirdy avenges loss to Kiefer; Paras gets first win
Here's a wrap-up of all the Sunday B.League games involving Filipino players, highlighted by a rematch between the Ravena siblings.
5 on 5: How will the 2021 Philippine Cup semifinals play out?
Our ESPN5 experts weigh in on the SMB-TNT and Magnolia-Meralco PBA Philippine Cup semifinal match-ups.
How Kiefer, Thirdy, Kobe, Juan did in B.League season openers
Four Filipino basketball players took the court in Japan on Saturday in their respective teams' Japan B.League season openers. Here's how they did.
Gavina sees positives in Rain or Shine's early exit
Rain or Shine was swept by Magnolia in their best-of-three quarterfinal series.
Meralco ousts NLEX, claims last semifinal ticket
The Bolts completed the Philippine Cup semifinal cast after outplaying the Road Warriors in the knockout game.
What happened to Barangay Ginebra in the 2021 Philippine Cup?
The Gin Kings entered the 2021 Philippine Cup as one of the favored teams following the off-season addition of Christian Standhardinger. But instead they meekly bowed out in the quarterfinals.
Magnolia sends Rain or Shine packing, advances to semifinals
Paul Lee and Calvin Abueva had stellar games as the Hotshots became the third team to claim a semifinal ticket.
San Miguel ships NorthPort out of contention
The Beermen's sweep of the Batang Pier set them up for a best-of-seven semifinal showdown with TNT.
How will Japan stint affect Dwight Ramos and Gilas Pilipinas?
There's still a way for Dwight Ramos to suit up for Gilas Pilipinas but it will be tricky, says program director Tab Baldwin.
Player agent sees more Filipinos playing in Japan in "three to five years"
So far, eight Filipino ballers have headed to Japan. That number is expected to rise once more Japanese teams begin using their Asian Player Quota.