1. UAAP Season 75: 5 Vital Keys for the Growling Tigers to Win It All

    Six years ago in a majestic season, the UST Growling Tigers completed a Cinderella run by capturing the University Athletic Association of the Philippines ( UAAP ) Men's Basketball crown, the most coveted in all of the Philippines' collegiate sports...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about over 2 years ago 1,398 reads 0 comments

  2. PBA Draft 2012: Winners and Losers of Philippine Basketball's D-Day

    August 19, 2012—After an interesting season ended with three different teams capturing the three conference championships, the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) corralled ...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 3 years ago 5,398 reads 8 comments

  3. Brooklyn Nets: Cool Jersey Designs They Can Use

    Basketball arrives in Brooklyn, New York ! At long last, the Nets franchise was brought to Brooklyn after a certain Russian billionaire bought it a couple of seasons ago. Honestly, the move thrills me...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 3 years ago 12,251 reads 16 comments

  4. NBA Playoffs 2012: 5 Vital Keys for the Chicago Bulls in the Postseason

    The Chicago Bulls have the NBA's best record yet again. That alone will not get them their first championship since the Michael Jordan era; they proved as much last year...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about 3 years ago 1,900 reads 15 comments

  5. NBA Playoffs 2012: 5 Vital Keys for the Miami Heat in the Postseason

    The massive promise of a championship that was preached when the Miami Heat 's Big Three decided to make South Beach their melting pot came up short after losing to the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals last year...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about 3 years ago 2,060 reads 6 comments

  6. NBA All-Star Game 2012: Predicting the Starters for Both Conferences

    I was really troubled when the NBA locked its players out indefinitely. The love for an action-packed court battle was the first reason that fear emerged...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about over 3 years ago 711 reads 0 comments

  7. Dallas Mavericks: 5 Vital Formulas to a Championship Repeat

    First of all, never mind David Stern's face on the photo. He does not play a part in the Dallas Mavericks odyssey anyway...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about over 3 years ago 3,077 reads 2 comments

  8. The Chris Paul Trade: Why the Lakers Benefit from Its Death

    Chris Paul has been designing an exit strategy out of New Orleans after finding no success at running into a championship...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about over 3 years ago 401 reads 0 comments

  9. NBA Trade Talks: Should the Lakers Land Chris Paul or Dwight Howard?

    After being threatened by the lockout, the NBA is back. Free agency and training camp start on December 9. If you got stuck amid the controversy and drama that surrounded the association for the last few months, better hang on tight...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about over 3 years ago 198 reads 1 comments

  10. LeBron James and the Top 5 No. 1 NBA Draft Picks of the Past Decade

    The NBA has been known for producing talents described beyond words. It is the legion of the world's best hoop players. It is where legends are made and dreams are realized. It is where lives change forever...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 4 years ago 637 reads 0 comments

  11. See Which Team Owned the Best Shaquille O'Neal

    Shaquille O'Neal , or simply Shaq, was a phenomenon of the NBA ever since he was drafted in 1992. He was the first version of Superman playing hoop who revolutionized the skill of backboard shattering and rim hanging after each dunk...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 4 years ago 1,071 reads 2 comments

  12. Slam Dunk Salvation: 10 Players Who Can Save the NBA Slam Dunk Contest

    Right after the battle of Superman and Krypto-Nate destroyed the once peaceful and exciting NBA Slam Dunk Contest world, a few terrible bounces, a stuff toy, and a cool Kia Optima ...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 4 years ago 956 reads 6 comments

  13. Yao Ming, Fallen Dynasty: A Salute to the NBA Big Man

    2002 marked the birth of Amare Stoudemire, that year's top rookie. But before the Suns big man came up the ranks, the highly anticipated arrival of that year's top draft pick pulled everyone's attention from Houston to China...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 4 years ago 778 reads 1 comments

  14. From Youngsters to Monsters: Most Dominant High School Draftees in the NBA

    Though they look like they're 30 years old most of the time, high school players have created a name for themselves in the sport the world loved to watch...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 4 years ago 8,806 reads 54 comments

  15. What Do Kobe Bryant and the L.A. Lakers Have Left?

    If Kobe Bryant is to sit on his nice, soft couch today, with his daughter on his lap, his legs raised and the TV on showing his best on the NBA 's Greatest Games, I bet he would already have the self-actualization he deserves...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 4 years ago 650 reads 0 comments

  16. How to Resurrect the NBA Dunk Contest

    Eight years ago, Michael Jordan played his last All-Star game. Eight years ago, the Heat Big Three were drafted. Eight years ago, Jason Kidd contended for the New Jersey Nets who were contenders that time...

    Alfred Garrido Written by Alfred Garrido about almost 4 years ago 290 reads 1 comments