2018–19 MPBL Datu Cup

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2018–19 MPBL Datu Cup
Competition details
Season2018–19
Mga Koponan26
Laro na-play325 (Elimination Round)
37 (Playoffs + Finals)
PetsaEliminations:
Hunyo 12, 2018 – Marso 11, 2019
Playoffs: Marso 12 – Abril 8, 2019
Finals: Abril 11 – 25, 2019
TVABS-CBN Sports (S+A Channel 23 & HD Channel 166)
Liga (Channel 86 and HD Channel 183)
FOX Sports Philippines[1]
Final positions
ChampionsSan Juan Knights
Pangalawang timpalakDavao Occidental Tigers
Records
Highest scoringBulacan Kuyas 117–113 Imus Bandera
(Setyembre 27, 2018)
Magguhit na Pagpanalo15 games
Makati Super Crunch
Sunod-sunod na pagkatalo8 games
Parañaque Patriots
2019 MPBL Lakan Cup →
All statistics correct as of April 16, 2019.

Ang 2018–19 MPBL Datu Cup ay ang pangalawang torneo ng Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League at ang unang buong panahon na may pambansang saklaw. Ang tournament ay naka-pattern sa kasalukuyang format ng National Basketball Association ng Estados Unidos at ang dating Metropolitan Basketball Association sa Pilipinas, na nahahati sa dalawang dibisyon: Ang Northern at ang Southern Division. Ang isang rekord ng 26 na koponan ay nakatakdang sumali sa isang buong taon na pagpupulong.[2] na inaasahang tatakbo para sa tagal na 9-11 buwan, ayon kay Kenneth Duremdes, ang komisyoner ng liga. Ang halos buong taon na kumperensya ay binuksan noong Hunyo 12, 2018, na tumutugma sa Araw ng Kalayaan ng Pilipinas sa Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City at magtatapos sa pagtatapos ng MPBL Finals sa Abril sa taong 2019.

Pormat[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Padron:Kahon ng Mensahe

  • Lahat ng 26 mga koponan ay nahahati sa dalawang kumperensya o grupo: ang North at South Divisions, na binubuo ng 13 mga koponan bawat isa.
  • Sa regular season, ang mga koponan ay maglalaro sa isang solong round-robin na format, sa bawat koponan na naglalaro ng 25 laro, sa isang home-and-away na batayan. Kahit na nahahati sa dalawang grupo, ang mga koponan ay maglalaro pa rin sa isang round-robin.
  • Sa pagtatapos ng regular season, ang walong koponan sa bawat kumperensya ay magiging karapat-dapat para sa playoffs. Ang nangungunang apat (4) na koponan sa bawat kumperensya ay makakakuha ng home-court advantage sa buong playoff division. Bukod pa rito, ang koponan na may pinakamahusay na rekord ng liga ay hahawak ng home-court advantage sa buong playoffs, kabilang ang National Finals (kung makakarating sila hanggang doon).
  • Para sa playoffs, ang unang round, division semifinals, at ang division finals ay magiging serye ng best-of-3, habang ang MPBL Finals ay magiging serye na may best-of-five format.
  • Para sa unang round, division semifinals, at division finals, ang koponang may hawak ng homecourt advantage ang maghohost ng una at ikatlong laro (kung kinakailangan), habang sa National Finals naman, ang koponan na may mas magandang kartada sa pagtatapos ng regular na season ay siyang hahawak ng homecourt advantage sa serye, kung saa'y ihohost nila ang una (Game 1), ikalawa (Game 2), at ikalimang laro (Game 5) kung kinakailangan.

Transaksyon[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Pagbabago sa coaching[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Off-season
Team Outgoing coach Incoming coach
Bulacan Kuyas Chris Baluyot Britt Reroma
Navotas Clutch Elvis Tolentino Richie Ticzon
Parañaque Patriots Aric del Rosario Eric Samson
Mid-season
Team Outgoing coach Incoming coach
Basilan Steel Joseph Romarate Jerson Cabiltes
Cebu City Sharks Gilbert Castillo Norberto Manalili
Imus Bandera Jerry Codiñera
Mike Orquillas
Mike Orquillas
Noynoy Falcasantos
Laguna Heroes Alex Angeles Nath Gregorio
Mandaluyong El Tigre Mac Cuan Arlene Rodriguez
Muntinlupa Cagers Aldrin Morante
Aldin Ayo
Aldin Ayo
Jack Azcueta
Navotas Clutch Richie Ticzon Gabby Severino
Pampanga DONG Lanterns Isaiah Duenas Aldrin Morante
Bacoor Strikers Budds Reyes Leo Isaac
Pasig Pirates James Machate Ronjay Enrile
Parañaque Patriots Eric Samson
Richie Melencio
Richie Melencio
Monel Kallos
Valenzuela Classic Chris Gavina
Eric Samson
Eric Samson
Juven Formacil
Zamboanga Valientes Ednie Morones Raymund Valenzona

Team Changes[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Bagong Koponan[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Labing-anim (16) na koponan ang sumali para sa kompetisyong ito.

Bagong 16 na Koponan

  1. Bacoor Strikers
  2. Basilan Steel
  3. Cebu City Sharks
  4. Davao Occidental Tigers
  5. General Santos Warriors
  6. Laguna Heroes
  7. Makati Skyscrapers
  8. Mandaluyong El Tigre
  9. Manila Stars
  10. Marikina Shoemasters
  11. Pampanga Lanterns
  12. Pasig Pirates
  13. Pasay Voyagers
  14. Rizal Crusaders
  15. San Juan Knights
  16. Zamboanga Valientes

Pagbabago sa Pangalan[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  • Pinalitan ng Bataan Defenders ang pangalan ng kanilang koponan sa Bataan Risers bago magsimula ang kompetisyon.
  • Pinalitan ng Valenzuela Classics ang pangalan ng kanilang koponan sa Valenzuela Idol Cheesedogs noong Hulyo sa taong 2018.
  • Pinalitan ng Makati Skyscrapers ang pangalan ng kanilang koponan sa Makati Super Crunch noong Nobyembre 2018.
  • Ibinalik ng Valenzuela Idol Cheesedogs ang pangalan ng kanilang koponan sa orihinal na anyo upang muling maging Valenzuela Classic noong Nobyembre 2018.

Regular season[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Groupings can be seen here:[3]

Northern Division[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Pos Team Pld W L PCT GB Qualification
1 Bataan Risers 25 23 2 .920 Playoffs
2 Makati Super Crunch 25 21 4 .840 2
3 San Juan Knights 25 20 5 .800[a] 3
4 Manila Stars 25 20 5 .800 3
5 Bulacan Kuyas 25 14 11 .560 9
6 Navotas Clutch 25 13 12 .520 10
7 Quezon City Capitals 25 12 13 .480 11
8 Caloocan Supremos 25 11 14 .440[b] 12
9 Pampanga Lanterns 25 11 14 .440 12 Eliminated
10 Valenzuela Classic 25 10 15 .400 13
11 Mandaluyong El Tigre 25 8 17 .320 15
12 Pasay Voyagers 25 8 17 .320 15
13 Pasig Pirates 25 4 21 .160 19
Source: Standings
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
Notes:
  1. San Juan wins tie-breaker against Manila via head-to-head record.
  2. Caloocan wins tie-breaker against Pampanga via head-to-head record.

Southern Division[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Pos Team Pld W L PCT GB Qualification
1 Davao Occidental Tigers 25 20 5 .800 Playoffs
2 Batangas City Athletics 25 15 10 .600[a] 5
3 Muntinlupa Cagers 25 15 10 .600[a] 5
4 GenSan Warriors 25 14 11 .560 6
5 Bacoor Strikers 25 13 12 .520 7
6 Zamboanga Valientes 25 12 13 .480 8
7 Imus Bandera 25 11 14 .440[b] 9
8 Cebu City Sharks 25 11 14 .440[b] 9
9 Laguna Heroes 25 10 15 .400 10 Eliminated
10 Parañaque Patriots 25 9 16 .360 11
11 Marikina Shoemasters 25 8 17 .320 12
12 Basilan Steel 25 7 18 .280[c] 13
13 Rizal Crusaders 25 7 18 .280[c] 13
Source: Standings
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
Notes:
  1. 1.0 1.1 Batangas City wins tie-breaker against Muntinlupa via head-to-head record.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Imus wins tie-breaker against Cebu City via head-to-head record.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Basilan wins tie-breaker against Rizal via head-to-head record.

Resulta[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Teams BCR BSL BAN BAT BUL CAL CEB DVO GSW IMS LAG MKT MDL MNL MAR MUN NAV PAM PAR PSG PSY QCC RZL SJK VAL ZAM
Bacoor 79–67 75–84 62–70 76–77 86–68 76–71 50–69 71–82 90–79 91–86 67–73 61–83 92–86 85–87 83–97 81–75 80–81 20–0[a] 84–59 90–86 90–87 74–63 63–74 88–81 63–72
Basilan 77–108 94–89 57–59 92–84 86–76 61–86 81–83 108–113 62–80 65–77 70–68 67–79 82–85 75–99 97–102 88–78 89–84 77–102 66–69 68–74 94–90 84–95 94–96 80–94
Bataan 81–67 63–49 94–81 76–69 91–88 62–58 95–85 77–70 72–70 109–65 82–89 81–64 67–63 84–78 87–74 102–73 105–87 77–60 101–68 88–74 61–67 59–55 76–74
Batangas City 54–63 81–69 66–72 70–71 92–86 96–93 54–61 72–65 61–57 79–80 62–52 82–71 98–101** 75–80 71–57 69–62 60–57 95–90 92–90* 85–78 66–78 104–93
Bulacan 86–82 54–70 88–85* 43–56 117–113* 87–70 94–99 91–102 62–84 79–72 66–86 89–98 67–65 77–58 102–96 73–70 61–55 80–61 76–94 75–84 72–75
Caloocan 70–71 68–82 84–75 74–69 76–62 57–79 83–77 68–95 94–91 79–72 55–59 78–62 87–94 91–81 85–63 79–81 92–80 77–81 90–87 67–72
Cebu City 64–71 66–70 61–90 77–75** 70–66 63–72 76–107 78–74 80–73 73–83 69–68 73–81 56–53 76–61 68–75 57–80 62–71 78–75 58–61
Davao Occidental 83–84 75–71 72–66 77–79 86–63 88–89 80–68 88–82 72–59 82–77 92–82 88–82 68–61 90–78 84–74 87–75 92–85 93–68
GenSan 79–73 69–66 71–86 93–89 57–63 81–88 60–61 80–73 72–64 80–76 116–72 64–70 72–77 65–58 76–86 72–79 78–69
Imus 67–65 79–76 107–90 68–69 72–71 74–80 79–78 88–76 95–77 117–87 75–79 71–80 73–85 50–77 81–71 78–83
Laguna 65–76 76–72 74–68 63–61 95–94 74–61 58–75 76–52 83–75 72–76 80–85 79–80 56–81 74–66 80–86
Makati 79–63 99–98 90–71 52–50 96–87 69–67 75–50 76–71 67–59 102–78 66–55 78–73 67–64 77–65
Mandaluyong 73–92 62–76 74–86 59–55 85–90 77–75 98–55 70–74 76–86 65–51 60–76 64–78 71–61
Manila 91–89 100–86 92–96 100–75 98–88 111–98 115–85 76–71 71–70 80–84* 89–84 60–59
Marikina 76–85 80–76 76–91 68–71 71–67 71–69 78–74 69–75 65–77 99–102** 80–87
Muntinlupa 101–95 80–87 77–76 98–92* 80–67 97–100* 84–80 77–71 90–86 85–69
Navotas 88–89 90–83 97–70 83–75 120–105 87–81 74–81 72–70 78–89
Pampanga 82–79 67–69 86–83 97–94 76–85 70–93 82–90 87–85
Parañaque 87–69 73–69 64–65 59–47 77–87 76–73 68–58
Pasig 71–84 98–95 81–78 60–87 88–95 78–92
Pasay 83–81 87–81 66–89 80–93 74–91
Quezon City 81–79 50–68 76–72 109–81
Rizal 85–77 74–76 77–73
San Juan 102–83 80–59
Valenzuela 71–79
Zamboanga
Source: http://mpbl.web.geniussports.com/competitions/?cu=MPBL/schedule
Colours: Blue = left column team win; Red = top row team win.
Matches with background in a lighter colour were decided after overtime.
Notes:
  1. Forfeited in favor of Bacoor; game originally ended with Parañaque winning 82–81, but a referee upgraded a two-point field-goal of Parañaque to a three-point field-goal. The league ruled that the referee ruled in error, ordered the game to be replayed at 81–all, starting in overtime, but Parañaque failed to show up in the replayed game.[4]

Not all games are in home–away format. Each team plays every team once. Number of asterisks after each score denotes number of overtimes played.

Playoffs[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Pangunahing lathalain: 2019 MPBL Datu Cup Playoffs


  First Round
(Best-of-3)
Divisional Semifinals
(Best-of-3)
Divisional Finals
(Best-of-3)
MPBL Finals
(Best-of-5)
                                     
N1 Bataan 2  
N8 Caloocan 0  
  N1 Bataan 1  
  N4 Manila 2  
N4 Manila 2
N5 Bulacan 0  
  N4 Manila 1  
Northern Division
  N3 San Juan 2  
N2 Makati 0  
N7 Quezon City 2  
  N7 Quezon City 0
  N3 San Juan 2  
N3 San Juan 2
N6 Navotas 0  
  N3 San Juan 3
  S1 Davao Occidental 2
S1 Davao Occidental 2  
S8 Cebu City 0  
  S1 Davao Occidental 2
  S5 Bacoor City 0  
S4 General Santos 0
S5 Bacoor City 2  
  S1 Davao Occidental 2
Southern Division
  S2 Batangas City 1  
S2 Batangas City 2  
S7 Imus 1  
  S2 Batangas City 2
  S6 Zamboanga 1  
S3 Muntinlupa 1
S6 Zamboanga 2  

Division 1st Round[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

The first round is a best-of-three series, with the higher seeded team hosting Game 1, and 3, if necessary.

North Division[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Bataan Risers 2–0 Caloocan Supremos @Bataan
91–71
Bataan
@Manila
83–71
Bataan
x
Makati Super Crunch 0–2 Quezon City Capitals @Pasig
77–88
Quezon City
@San Juan
74–77
Quezon City
x
San Juan Knights 2–0 Navotas Clutch @Pasig
81–76
San Juan
@San Juan
75–69
San Juan
x
Manila Stars 2–0 Bulacan Kuyas @Bataan
69–65
Manila
@Manila
92–83
Manila
x

South Division[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Davao Occidental 2–0 Cebu City @Davao
82–67
Davao Occi.
@General Santos
76–69
Davao Occi.
x
Batangas City 2–1 Imus @Batangas
77–69
Batangas
@Muntinlupa
69–75
Imus
@Batangas
92–65
Batangas
Muntinlupa 1–2 Zamboanga @Batangas
89–78
Muntinlupa
@Muntinlupa
73–84
Zamboanga
@Batangas
83–87
Zamboanga
General Santos 0–2 Bacoor @Davao
80–90
Bacoor
@General Santos
78–92
Bacoor
x

Division 2nd Round[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

North Division[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Bataan 1–2 Manila @Bataan
73–72
Bataan
@San Juan
76–80
Manila
@Bataan
51-56
Manila
Quezon City 0–2 San Juan @Bataan
86–94
San Juan
@San Juan
81–106
San Juan
x

South Division[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Davao Occidental 2–0 Bacoor @Davao
79–71
Davao Occi.
@Batangas
87-67
Davao Occi.
x
Batangas City 2–1 Zamboanga @Davao
58-72 Zamboanga
@Batangas 67-57 Batangas @Batangas 80-72 Batangas

Division Finals[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

North Division Finals[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Manila 1–2 San Juan @San Juan 91–88 Manila @Manila 90–92 San Juan @ San Juan 74–83 San Juan

South Division Finals[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg
Davao Occidental 2–1 Batangas City @ Davao 66-48

Davao Occi.

@Batangas 74–76 Batangas @Davao 66–51 Davao Occi.

MPBL Finals[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Pangunahing lathalain: 2019 MPBL Datu Cup Finals
Team 1 Series Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg 3rd leg 4th leg 5th leg
San Juan 3-2 Davao Occidental @Davao 84–74 San Juan @Davao 60–67 Davao Occi. @San Juan 67-62 San Juan @San Juan 66–77 Davao Occi. @Davao 87–86 San Juan

Awards[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Players of the week
Week Player Stat Line Against Ref.
June 12−16, 2018 Reed Juntilla (Zamboanga Valientes) 30 Points
6 Rebounds
5 Assists
1 Steal
Laguna Heroes [5]
June 19−23, 2018 Christopher Sumalinog (Bacoor City Strikers) 22 Points
7 Rebounds
1 Assist
1 Steal
2 Blocks
Cebu City Sharks [6]
June 26–30, 2018 Jai Reyes (Laguna Heroes) 21 Points
11 Rebounds
5 Assists
1 Steal
Pasig Pirates [7]
July 3–6, 2018 Bobby Ray Parks Jr. (Mandaluyong El Tigre) 20 Points
11 Rebounds
10 Assists
7 Steals
Pasig Pirates
July 10–12, 2018 Mar Villahermosa (Caloocan Supremos) 29 Points
3 Rebounds
2 Assists
5 Steals
Rizal Crusaders
July 16–21, 2018 Michael Juico (Pampanga Lanterns) 35 Points
7 Rebounds
3 Assists
3 Steals
Parañaque Patriots
July 31–August 4, 2018 Mikee Reyes (Bacoor City Strikers) 21 Points
10 Rebounds
15 Assists
2 Steals
Caloocan Supremos
August 7–11, 2018 Reed Juntilla (Zamboanga Valientes) 29 Points
11 Rebounds
4 Assists
Navotas Clutch
August 14–16, 2018 Gab Banal (Bacoor Strikers) 25 Points
12 Rebounds
6 Assists
Laguna Heroes
August 21–25, 2018 Allan Mangahas (Muntinlupa Cagers) 21 Points
4 Rebounds
5 Assists
2 Blocks
San Juan Knights
August 28–September 1, 2018 Billy Ray Robles (Davao Occidental Tigers) 21 Points
10 Rebounds
9/16 Field Goals
Valenzuela Idol Cheesedogs
September 4–8, 2018 Allan Mangahas (Muntinlupa Cagers) 22 Points
12 Rebounds
12 Assists
Bacoor City Strikers
September 11–13, 2018 Aris Dionisio (Manila Stars) 24 Points
10 Rebounds
2 Assists
2 Steals
2 Blocks
Caloocan Longrich
September 19–23, 2018 Mark Yee (Davao Occidental Tigers) 16 Points
24 Rebounds
6 Assists
Pasay Voyagers
September 25–29, 2018 Mark Yee (Davao Occidental Tigers) 29 Points
11 Rebounds
3 Assists
1 Steal
1 Block
Caloocan Supremos
October 2–6, 2018 Gab Banal (Bacoor Strikers) 30 Points
10 Rebounds
4 Assists
Navotas Clutch
October 9–13, 2018 Jan Jamon (Pasay Voyagers) 27 Points
5 Rebounds
2 Assists
Imus Bandera [8]
October 16–20, 2018 Bobby Balucanag (Pasay Voyagers) 26 Points
13 Rebounds
2 Assists
1 Steal
1 Block
Quezon City Capitals [9]
October 22–27, 2018 Paolo Hubalde (Valenzuela Idol Cheesedogs) 25 Points
10 Rebounds
6 Assists
Cebu City Sharks
October 30–November 3, 2018 Jeff Viernes (Batangas City Athletics) 21 Points
5 Rebounds
4 Assists
1 Steal
San Juan Knights
February 11–16, 2019 Mark Andaya (Pasig Pirates) 16 Points
12 Rebounds
2 Assists
3 Blocks
Pampanga Lanterns

Statistics[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

As of March 9, 2019

Individual statistic leaders[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Category Player Team Statistic
Points per game Almond Vosotros Caloocan Supremos 20.33
Total Rebounds per game JR Taganas Bulacan Kuyas 12.64
Assists per game Paolo Hubalde Valenzuela Classic 8.48
Steals per game Paolo Hubalde Valenzuela Classic 2.8
Blocks per game Aris Dionisio Manila Stars 2.17
Turnovers per game Bonbon Custodio Davao Occidental Tigers 4.4
Fouls per game Chad Alonzo Bacoor City Strikers 3.57
Minutes per game Paolo Castro Parañaque Patriots 33.58
FG% Art Patrick Aquino San Juan Knights 59.0%
FT% Eric Dela Cuesta Rizal Crusaders 91.0%
3FG% Nico Abatayo Batangas City Athletics 67.0%
Player efficiency rating
Double-doubles Harold Miguel Arboleda Parañaque Patriots 7
Triple-doubles Gabriel Banal Bacoor Strikers 3

Individual game highs[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Category Player Team Statistic
Points Leomer Losentes General Santos Warriors 41
Rebounds JR Taganas Bulacan Kuyas 26
Assists Allan Mangahas Muntinlupa Cagers 17
Steals Warren Ybanez Marikina Shoemasters 8
Blocks Eduardo Doroteo Pasig Pirates 7
Three-pointers Yves Sazon Marikina Shoemasters 7

Team statistic leaders[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Category Team Statistic
Points per game
Rebounds per game
Assists per game
Steals per game
Blocks per game
Turnovers per game
Fouls per game
FG%
FT%
3FG%
+/−


Awards[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

The individual league awards will be given before the Game 4 of the 2019 MPBL Datu Cup National Finals at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.[10]

Awards Winner (s) Team Ref.
Season Most Valuable Player Gab Banal Bacoor City Strikers
Finals Most Valuable Player Mike Ayonayon San Juan Knights
Defensive Player of the Year Aris Dionisio Manila Stars
Coach of the Year Randy Alcantara San Juan Knights
Executive of the Year Mayor Oscar Malapitan Caloocan Supremos
Sportsmanship Award JR Taganas Bulacan Kuyas
All-MPBL First Team Mark Yee Davao Occidental Tigers
Gab Banal Bacoor City Strikers
Aris Dionisio Manila Stars
Chris Bitoon Manila Stars
Allan Mangahas Muntinlupa Cagers
All-MPBL Second Team John Wilson San Juan Knights
Michael Mabulac Laguna Heroes
Jai Reyes Navotas Clutch
Harold Arboleda Zamboanga Valientes
Leo Najorda Davao Occidental Tigers

Notes[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. Joble, Rey (18 October 2018). "FOX Sports to air monday MPBL games starting November 5". Fox Sports Philippines. Hinango noong 19 October 2018.
  2. Luarca, Roy (9 May 2018). "Basilan joins field, as number of teams soars to 25 for Datu Cup". ABS-CBN Sports. Hinango noong 2 June 2018.
  3. Joble, Rey. "Here's how the MPBL divides 26 teams this season". Fox Sports PH. Hinango noong 28 May 2018.
  4. Joble, Rey (11 March 2019). "Bacoor secures No.5 seat in south after winning via forfeiture over Paranaque". Fox Sports Philippines. Hinango noong 11 March 2019.
  5. Isaga, JR (June 20, 2018). "MPBL week 1: Juntilla bags Player of the Week, Sazon wows in opener". Rappler. Hinango noong June 20, 2018.
  6. Bolo, Lance (June 27, 2018). "Best Player of the Week (June 19-23), Christopher Sumalinog of Bacoor City Strikers, He registered 22 points, 7 rebounds, 1 steal and 2 blocks against Cebu City Sharks - Casino Ethyl Alcohol last week". Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League. Hinango noong June 27, 2018.
  7. Bolo, Lance (July 2, 2018). "Player of the Week (June 26-30): JAI REYES, Nagtala ng double-double performance (21pts, 11rebs, 5ast, 1stl) si Jai Reyes ng Laguna Krah Heroes upang makuha ang unang panalo ng kanyang koponan kontra sa home team Pasig Pirates nung nakaraang June 26". Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League. Hinango noong July 2, 2018.
  8. "Player of the Week: (Oct. 9-13): JAN JAMON (Pasay Voyagers)". Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Facebook Page. Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League. 15 October 2018. Hinango noong 19 October 2018.
  9. "Player of the Week (Oct. 16-20): BOBBY BALUCANAG (Pasay Voyagers)". 22 October 2018. Hinango noong 27 October 2018.
  10. Joble, Rey (18 April 2019). "Ask the fans | Who makes your list of awardees for the MPBL Datu Cup?". Fox Sports Philippines. Hinango noong 19 April 2019.