The previous format had placed San Miguel and Gin Kings, a sister company to their championship last season. San Miguel is the Philippine Cup and Commissioner’s Cup champ while Barangay Ginebra came through with a successful title defense in the Governors Cup.
As the format became exciting, no one knows who will be the crown victor again and who's gonna be your bet?
PBA has three (3) tourneys, Philippine Cup or the all-Filipino, Commissioner’s Cup and Governors Cup.
As from the source, all three tourneys feature a single-round-robin elimination phase, with the best eight teams advancing to the playoffs. In the all-Filipino and Commissioner’s Cup, the Top Two gain a twice-to-beat advantage versus the bottom two in the quarters. The four middle teams, meanwhile, figure in a pair of best-of-three quarterfinals showdowns. While in the Governors Cup, the Top Four will all enjoy a twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals versus the next four. It’s No. 1 versus No. 8, No. 2 opposite No. 7, No.3 against No. 6 and No. 4 versus No. 5.
The same height limits for imports are set – 6-foot-10 in the Commissioner’s Cup and 6-foot-5 in the Governors Cup.
We've notice the good performance of these imports last season: Brownlee, Charles Rhodes (Best Imports Commissioner’s Cup), Ricardo Ratliffe and Allen Durham (Best Imports Governors Cup) and they are likely to return again.
This will gonna be exciting again for all the PBA fans.
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[Post Created: 15 November, 2017]
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