Saturday, February 3, 2018

PBA team standings (1975-1979)

1975 PBA season

Elimination round (Won - Loss)

First Conference / Second Conference *round of six carryover standings
Toyota (13 - 3) / Toyota (6 - 2) *(10 - 3)
Crispa (12 - 4) / Crispa (6 - 2) *(10 - 3)
U-Tex (10 - 6) / Royal (6 - 2) *(8 - 5)
Royal (10 - 6) / Noritake (5 - 3) *(7 - 6)
Noritake (8 - 8) / U-Tex (5 - 3) *(7 - 6)
Carrier (7 - 9) / Carrier (5 - 3) *(6 - 7)
Tanduay (5 - 11) / Tanduay (1 - 7)
Presto (5 - 11) / Presto (1 - 7)
7-Up (2 - 14) / 7-Up (1 - 7)

Semifinal standings (W - L):
1st Conference: Toyota (6 - 0), Crispa (3 - 3), U-Tex (3 - 3), Royal (0 - 6)
2nd Conference: Crispa (4 - 2), Toyota (3 - 3), Noritake (3 - 3), Royal (2 - 4)

1976 PBA season

First Conference / Second Conference
Crispa (15 - 1) / Toyota (14 - 2)
Toyota (14 - 2) / Crispa (12 - 4)
Quasar (11 - 5) / U-Tex (12 - 4)
Noritake (9 - 7) / Royal (10 - 6)
Royal (8 - 8) / Noritake (9 - 7)
U-Tex (7 - 9) / Tanduay (6 - 10)
Tanduay (5 - 11) / 7-Up (6 - 10)
N-Rich (2 - 14) / Fiberlite (2 - 14)
7-Up (1 - 15) / N-Rich (1 - 15)

Semifinal standings:
1st Conference: Toyota (5 - 1), Crispa (4 - 2), Noritake (3 - 3), Quasar (0 - 6)
2nd Conference: Toyota (5 - 1), Crispa (4 - 2), U-Tex (3 - 3), Royal (0 - 6)

1977 PBA season

All-Filipino Conference / Open Conference
Crispa (13 - 1) / Crispa (11 - 3)
Toyota (9 - 5) / Toyota (9 - 5)
Tanduay (9 - 5) / Tanduay (9 - 5)
Mariwasa (8 - 6) / U-Tex (8 - 6)
Presto (7 - 7) / 7-Up (7 - 7)
U-Tex (6 - 8) / Tanduay (7 - 7)
Royal (2 - 12) / Royal (3 - 11)
7-Up (2 - 12) / Mariwasa (2 - 12)

Semifinal standings:
AFC: Crispa (6 - 0), Mariwasa (3 - 3), Tanduay (2 - 4), Toyota (1 - 5)
Open: U-Tex (8 - 2), Crispa (7 - 3), Toyota (7 - 3), 7-Up (4 - 6), Tanduay (3 - 7), Presto (1 - 9)

1978 PBA season

All-Filipino Conference / Open Conference
Toyota (12 - 2) / U-Tex (10 - 4)
Crispa (12 - 2) / Crispa (10 - 4)
Tanduay (7 - 7) / Tanduay (9 - 5)
Filmanbank (7 - 7) / Toyota (9 - 5)
U-Tex (7 - 7) / Royal (7 - 7)
Royal (5 - 9) / Honda (6 - 8)
Great Taste (4 - 10) / Filmanbank (4 - 10)
Honda (2 - 12) / Great Taste (1 - 13)

Semifinal standings:
AFC: Toyota (4 - 2), Filmanbank (4 - 2), Crispa (3 - 3), Tanduay (1 - 5)
Open: U-Tex (5 - 1), Crispa (4 - 2), Toyota (2 - 4), Tanduay (1 - 5)

1979 PBA season

All-Filipino Conference / Open Conference
Crispa (14 - 2) / Royal (13 - 3)
Toyota (14 - 2) / Toyota (12 - 4)
Filmanbank (12 - 4) / Crispa (11 - 5)
Tanduay (10 - 6) / Great Taste (11 - 5)
U-Tex (7 - 9) / U-Tex (8 - 8)
Great Taste (6 - 10) / Tanduay (6 - 10)
Royal (6 - 10) / Gilbey's (5 - 11)
Honda (2 - 14) / Honda (4 - 12)
Gilbey's (1 - 15) / Filmanbank (2 - 14)

Semifinal standings:
AFC: Crispa (5 - 1), Toyota (4 - 2), Tanduay (3 - 3), Filmanbank (0 - 6)
Open: Royal (5 - 1), Toyota (4 - 2), Crispa (3 - 3), Great Taste (0 - 6)

Third Conference standings

1975 All-Philippine: 

Crispa (3 - 0), Toyota (2 - 1), Royal (1 - 2), U-Tex (0 - 3)
1976 All-Philippine:
Toyota (4 - 0), Crispa (2 - 2), Noritake (2 - 2), U-Tex (1 - 3), Royal (1 - 3)
1977 Invitational:
Emtex/Brazil (7 - 0), Toyota (6 - 1), Crispa (4 - 3), Tanduay (4 - 3),
U-Tex (3 - 4), Ramrod/Australia (2 - 5), Mariwasa-Honda (2 - 5), Presto (0 - 7)
1978 Invitational:
Toyota (4 - 0), Tanduay (3 - 1), U-Tex (2 - 2), Crispa (1 - 3), Filmanbank (0 - 4)
1979 Invitational:
Crispa (4 - 1), Toyota (4 - 1), Gilbey's (3 - 2),
U-Tex (2 - 3), Royal (1 - 4), Great Taste (1 - 4)

*The 1975 and 1976 team standings are credited to the Crispa-Toyota blogsite.

Monday, December 11, 2017

PBA players stats up to 1983 season (2 of 2)


Stats of two of the second starting unit of Toyota, Emer Legaspi and Nic Bulaong.


Three from Gilbey's, Willie Generalao, Joseph Herrera and Steve Watson.


From SMBeer, Renato Lobo, Biboy Ravanes and Rudy Lalota.


Four from Great Taste, Bernardo Carpio, Noel Guzman, Eddie Boy Mendoza and Joey Marquez.

PBA players stats up to 1983 season (1 of 2)


The players' personal-high was only written in PBA annuals starting the 1979 season. Royal/SMB's Jess Migalbin had a high of 42 points in the 1980 season. Manny Paner, chosen among the first 25 PBA greatest players, had his highest of 35 points in 1980 while playing for Great Taste.


Lim Eng Beng scored 45 points in one game during the 1978 PBA season. It could be the highest among the locals that season.  


Like Lim EB, Danny Florencio's 64 points in the 1977 PBA season was exceptional, as it is written in the PBA annual as well. Tony Torrente, playing for RTO in 1979, owns the second-highest points in a single game that season with 51 points.


Jimmy Manansala, the 1978 PBA rookie of the year, scored a high of 45 in his sophomore year and 40 points in 1980. Pongkee Alolor's single-game high in his rookie year is 34 points while playing for Finance.

c/o PBA archives

Saturday, December 9, 2017

PBA players stats up to 1996 season (2 of 2)


Boy Cabahug and Bobby Jose of Mobiline.


Five Ginebra players with rookies Marlou Aquino and Bal David in their first season.


Glenn Capacio and Jerry Codinera of Purefoods.


c/o PBA archives.  

PBA players stats up to 1996 season (1 of 2)


From Sta.Lucia Realtors, Johnedel Cardel, Andy de Guzman and Romy dela Rosa.


From Shell, Jolly Escobar, Joey Guanio, Elmer Lago and Jojo Lim.


From San Miguel Beer, Freddie Abuda, Paul Alvarez, Nelson Asaytono and Gido Babilonia.


From the 1996-97 PBA annual, c/o PBA archives.

Monday, July 24, 2017

More trivias and records...



Crispa Redmanizers' 19-game winning streak in the 1980 PBA All-Filipino Conference.


Statistical recap of the 1980 PBA All-Filipino Conference.


The PBA Open Conference championship from 1975-1983.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

1983 Crispa finals results


1983 PBA All-Filipino Conference finals


Games two and four of the 1983 PBA Reinforced Filipino Conference finals.


Scores and stats of the deciding Game five of the PBA Reinforced Filipino Conference finals.