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    PBA Brawl...









    Hard foul....knockout (Fabiosa vs import Talley)


    Baby Dalupan winning again with Great Taste


    The original mighty mites - Mike Bilbao (left) and Yoyong Martirez (right)


    Philip Cezar outrebounds Ed Cordero


    Pioneer import Peter Crotty (1975)


    Cyrus Mann vs Bernard Harris


    Larry McNeil's reverse slam


    Andrew Fields


    Foxy Lary Mumar, sustaining a great family tradition, had a headstart on Rodolfo Lalota, Larry Pounds and Otto Moore


    Reynaldo Franco split the sandwich defense of Adriano Papa and Reynaldo Alcantara.


    SMB triple team on Fernandez


    Johnny Revilla and Yoyong Martirez on a collision


    Mon Fernandez, headed for a fall, and Philip Cezar appeared like ballet stars in a scramble for the ball.


    Manny Paner


    Manny Paner with David Pope and Jeff Moore
    The brawl looks like still photos from an action film Even coah Jaworski got a piece of the action

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolabasket View Post
    PBA Brawl...









    Hard foul....knockout (Fabiosa vs import Talley)


    Baby Dalupan winning again with Great Taste


    The original mighty mites - Mike Bilbao (left) and Yoyong Martirez (right)


    Philip Cezar outrebounds Ed Cordero


    Pioneer import Peter Crotty (1975)


    Cyrus Mann vs Bernard Harris


    Larry McNeil's reverse slam


    Andrew Fields


    Foxy Lary Mumar, sustaining a great family tradition, had a headstart on Rodolfo Lalota, Larry Pounds and Otto Moore


    Reynaldo Franco split the sandwich defense of Adriano Papa and Reynaldo Alcantara.


    SMB triple team on Fernandez


    Johnny Revilla and Yoyong Martirez on a collision


    Mon Fernandez, headed for a fall, and Philip Cezar appeared like ballet stars in a scramble for the ball.


    Manny Paner


    Manny Paner with David Pope and Jeff Moore
    Thanks for the photo man.. this is the PBA of old... not afraid to get injured.. fight for the ball in the floor or in the air.. unlike the PBA of today...

    I like the Fabiosa vs. import Talley one... its like Fabiosa delivered the knockout blow or waiting for him to get up and deliver the knockout blow

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    Great pics, hopefully there's more to come, its feels good to reminiscent the past, Glory days of Philippine Basketball.

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    are there any pics from the 90s?

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    This one from PABL 1987, Magnolia winning the title.

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    Somebody help me out please. Let's rewind to that photo of Fabiosa vs. Talley (allegedly).

    Now, that fallen Toyota import has the #2 on his jersey. Didn't Archie Talley sport the number 13? (Again, paging all you retro trivia buffs there)

    And I'm pretty sure that the 1981 conference where Talley debuted featured a new jersey design (based on the Denver Nuggets uni), which prominently featured the TAC (Toyota Athletic Club) logo on the shorts.

    Bottom line is the front of the jersey had no other word on it except "TOYOTA", whereas this pic is obviously from another conference since it also reads "SILVER CORONAS" (it's plain to see on the late Arnie Tuadles' jersey).

    So I suspect that this dude whom Fabiosa KO'd is somebody else (Julius Wayne?). Someone please confirm or correct this. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by insulares View Post
    Somebody help me out please. Let's rewind to that photo of Fabiosa vs. Talley (allegedly).

    Now, that fallen Toyota import has the #2 on his jersey. Didn't Archie Talley sport the number 13? (Again, paging all you retro trivia buffs there)

    And I'm pretty sure that the 1981 conference where Talley debuted featured a new jersey design (based on the Denver Nuggets uni), which prominently featured the TAC (Toyota Athletic Club) logo on the shorts.

    Bottom line is the front of the jersey had no other word on it except "TOYOTA", whereas this pic is obviously from another conference since it also reads "SILVER CORONAS" (it's plain to see on the late Arnie Tuadles' jersey).

    So I suspect that this dude whom Fabiosa KO'd is somebody else (Julius Wayne?). Someone please confirm or correct this. Thanks.


    Julius Wayne who was originally an import of the U-tex Wranglers with Jersy #8 in 1983 was picked to replace Kevin Porter as Toyota's import in 1984 but this guy used Jersey #3.

    I think it was Kevin Porter who wore Jersey #2 with Toyota even though at the NBA he is known to sport Jersey #1.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy View Post

    Julius Wayne who was originally an import of the U-tex Wranglers with Jersy #8 in 1983 was picked to replace Kevin Porter as Toyota's import in 1984 but this guy used Jersey #3.

    I think it was Kevin Porter who wore Jersey #2 with Toyota even though at the NBA he is known to sport Jersey #1.
    Awright...thanks for the heads-up, Nardy. So the fallen cager is definitely NOT Archie Talley.

    Yeah, the Kevin Porter timeline makes more sense (closer to the demise of the Toyota franchise so that KO pose makes for a good metaphor ).

    Porter was in the NBA record books at the time he resurfaced at the PBA. I believe at the time it was most assists in one game (29) during his tour of duty with the Portland Trailblazers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_d View Post


    R. Manulat of the Philippines takes a shot


    M. Tolentino gets a basket for the Philippines


    M. Tolentino (Philippines) is defended by M. Dunanulom (Thailand) source
    Was this taken at the Ateneo's Blue Eagle Gym?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepman View Post
    Was this taken at the Ateneo's Blue Eagle Gym?
    No, these were actually from the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne (according to the source). The gym looks similar though.
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    You've got to love those PBA Jerseys back then, I can't figure out why the PBA uniforms now almost had the same styles when they were all different brands.

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    Photo 1: (main) Philippines vs. Estonia, 1936 Berlin Olympic Games; (small box) Philippines vs. Mexico, 1936 Berlin Olympic Games
    Photo 2: Philippines vs. Italy, 1972 Munich Olympic Games
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    1977 PBA MVP Awards Night at the Century Park Sheraton



    Very Old Clip, Not so Clear, TRUST vs MOST, Big J was guarding Romy Cabading.



    Arnaiz harasses Hubalde

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    LABAN KUNG LABAN! KAYA NATIN PILIPINAS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy View Post


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    nice pic! is that a soccer ball?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bognut View Post
    nice pic! is that a soccer ball?
    gone were the days were players used to wear mini-shorts. I wonder if the current PBA players still wearing this mini-shorts, I knew ticket sales specially for Bakoalas will definitely surge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bognut View Post
    nice pic! is that a soccer ball?
    hahaha. that's what i also thought when i saw the pic.
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    crispa files from rafeboogs.....

    If you see a short, chinoy guy with an abacus, crying in a corner, that must be one of our senior forum members trying to figure out the fiba ranking points system. LOL



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