The trio is back together as Isaiah, Juno, and TJ record their 55th episode. Discussed was the NCAA Championship game between UConn and Kentucky. In addition to that, how did the tournament games affect the draft stock of certain players? Also discussed were Indiana's struggles, the end of the Spurs' winning streak, and how much we're looking into the season sweeps when the playoffs come around. Lastly, we explore a comparison between instant replay being used in Major League Baseball and the NBA.
MANILA – 16 boys -- 9 from Metro Manila, 2 from Bacolod, 2 from Cavite, 1 from Rizal, 1 from Tarlac and 1 from Batangas -- emerged as the best of the Manila Regional Selection Camp of the Jr. NBA Philippines 2014 presented by Alaska held at the Philippine International Conventional Center (PICC) Forum Tent at the CCP Complex April 13.
10 girls – 6 from Metro Manila, 2 from Laguna, 1 from Cavite and 1 from Sorsogon -- will join the first-ever pool of Jr. WNBA aspirants who will compete in the inaugural Jr. WNBA tilt this year.
This is it, our final NBA weekly medicine episode. With just four to six games remaining in the NBA regular season, I have decided to combine the last two weeks as the last week will feature either one or two games from the 30 NBA teams.
Congratulations is in order if you manage to win your league last week and my best wishes are being sent to those who are fighting it out for either first or third. Next week, we will give special awards (fantasy basketball related) to those who have helped our fantasy team immensely and those who have been a thorn on our side. Stay tuned!
LeBron James has now scored 23,000 points in his NBA career. He made the feat against Minnesota, which they lost at double-overtime. With his 23,000 point in the books, James wound up the youngest player in the NBA to reach 23k points.
Former Knick Stephon Marbury has been issued a honorary citizen status by China
Isaiah: It has the potential to be a good move. The biggest question mark here is James Dolan. We can talk about the influence Phil Jackson has all we want, but if Dolan continues his inept ways and still holds on to the reigns, it's bound to get ugly in New York.
Juno: Good - Phil Jackson's resume speaks volumes about his overall greatness as a coach. However, knowing he is not yet a proven executive will be critical to the overall success of the Knicks. If he can bring his winning attitude while being able to lure big name free agents to NY like how Pat Riley did for Miami, big things are in store for the Knicks.
Alfred: Good - the resume of Phil Jackson speaks volumes and the Knicks would want to be a part of Jackson's rebuilding plan, there is nowhere to go but up for NY and they will surely splurge on free agency or trade their players to get what jackson wanted. Also a good PR stunt for the team who is having bad publicity because of their players.