2015 SEA Games Basketball starts June 9, 2015 in Singapore, 1st game of Gilas Cadets will be on June 10, 2015. View 2015 SEA Games Basketball Schedule
Kiefer Ravena and Marcus Douthit will lead Gilas Cadets to another Gold Medal finish in the Southeast Asian Games. View Gilas Cadets 2015 SEA Games Player Roster
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Barangay Ginebra San Miguel won against Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, 93-81 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates last May 22, 2015.
Watch Ginebra vs Rain or Shine in Dubai Highlights
3 local players played well for Ginebra: Mark Caguioa had a hot start with 16 points in the 1st quarter and finished with 21 points while LA Tenorio contributed 20 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists and Japeth Aguilar played in his 1st game this conference because of an injury, scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Read recap: Ginebra defeats Rain or Shine in Dubai
New Kobe Paras Highlights as he plays for Team Bayless at the Compton Magic Memorial in Los Angeles before he suits up for Team Philippines again for the 2015 FIBA 3×3 U18 World Championships which starts next week in Hungary. View 2015 FIBA 3×3 U18 Format and Schedule
Watch New Kobe Paras Highlights Video
Congratulations Golden State Warriors – Western Conference Champions! Golden State beat Houston, 104-90 in Game 5 and won the series 4-1, Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors will face Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
NBA Finals 2015 starts June 5 (Manila Time)
First it was Stephen Curry with a hard fall in Game 4 and now it was Klay Thompson who got his hard on the head.
Watch Trevor Ariza hits Klay Thompsons head Video
Congratulations Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers for sweeping the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals.
LBJ with 23 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists in Game 4 and will appear in his 5th straight NBA Finals who just returned to Cleveland this season after playing for Miami for 4 years where he won 2 titles. Lebron James averaged 30.3 points, 11 rebounds and 9.3 assists vs Atlanta.
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Update: Rico Maierhofer fined P20,000
Rico Maierhofer tried to block the shot of Gabby Espinas using his shoe in the San Miguel Beer vs Barako Bull game earlier. Referees did not stop he play as Rico Maierhofer lost his shoe during offense and carried it on defense and tried to use it to block a shot.
Watch Rico Maierhofer Shoe Block Video
Read statement by PBA Commissioner Chito Salud
“Present game rules are broad enough to cover the act of Rico Maierhofer. While not among those acts specifically prohibited by existing rules, said act can be considered to be in breach of the general conduct of games. Hence, it can be classified as a technical foul for using a foreign object as an aid in performing an offensive or defensive move.
More importantly, it is viewed by this Office as blatant misconduct that disrespects/mocks the game and unprofessional in nature. Mr. Maierhofer is hereby fined the amount of twenty thousand pesos (P 20,000.00)”
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Houston Rockets survived another day with a win over Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals Game 4 earlier. James Harden scored 45 points for the Rockets and went 7/11 from the three-point line. Golden State still leads the series 3-1.
Also in Game 4 earlier, MVP Stephen Curry fell hard on the floor in the 1st half but came back midway in the 3rd quarter and finished with 23 points.
Watch Stephen Curry Scary Fall Video
Watch James Harden Highlights Video
Joseph Yeo of Barako Bull Energy was named PBA Player of the Week for May 18 to 24, 2015. Joseph Yeo is the third straight ex-Ginebra Player playing for Barako Bull to be named Player of the Week after JC Intal and Dylan Ababou.