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2022–23 PBA Commissioner's Cup

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2022–23 PBA Commissioner's Cup
PBA2022-23 commscup.png
DurationSeptember 21, 2022 – present
TV partner(s)Local:
One Sports
TV5
PBA Rush (HD)
International:
AksyonTV International
iWantTFC[note 1]
PBA Commissioner's Cup chronology
PBA conference chronology

The 2022–23 PBA Commissioner's Cup also known as the 2022–23 Honda PBA Commissioner's Cup for sponsorship reasons, is the second conference of the 2022–23 PBA season of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The 20th edition of the Commissioner's Cup started on September 21, 2022, and will end in early 2023. The tournament allows teams to hire foreign players or imports with a height limit of 6'10".

Several games were postponed due to the onslaught of two tropical cyclones Typhoon Karding (Noru) and Tropical Storm Paeng (Nalgae), that both affected the country.[1][2][3]

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Honda

Honda

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2022–23 PBA season

2022–23 PBA season

The 2022–23 PBA season or PBA Season 47 is the 47th season of the Philippine Basketball Association. For the first time in two seasons, the league will return to its regular three-conference format, starting with the Philippine Cup. The Commissioner's and Governors' Cups are the second and third conferences in the upcoming season.

Philippine Basketball Association

Philippine Basketball Association

The Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) is a men's professional basketball league in the Philippines composed of twelve company-branded franchised teams. Founded in 1975, it is the first professional basketball league in Asia and is the second oldest continuously professional basketball league existing in the world after the NBA, established before the "open era" of basketball in 1990 where FIBA allowed longstanding domestic leagues, which mostly had predated the PBA, to become professional. The league's regulations are a hybrid of rules from the NBA and FIBA.

PBA Commissioner's Cup

PBA Commissioner's Cup

The PBA Commissioner's Cup is a tournament of the Philippine Basketball Association. Along with the PBA Governors' Cup, the tournament is one of the two competitions in a PBA season that allows teams to hire a single foreign player, also known as an "import". The tournament was first held in 1993 as the PBA season's second competition.

Typhoon Noru

Typhoon Noru

Typhoon Noru, known in the Philippines as Super Typhoon Karding, was an intense tropical cyclone that affected Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines — where it caused widespread agricultural damages. The sixteenth named storm and eighth typhoon, and third super typhoon of the 2022 Pacific typhoon season, Noru originated from a disturbance over the Philippine Sea, slowly tracking eastward until its development into a tropical depression, where it began to move westward. Noru underwent rapid intensification as it approached Luzon, with 10-minute maximum sustained winds intensifying by 85 km/h (50 mph) in the span of 24 hours. Right before its first landfall, Noru reached its peak intensity with maximum sustained winds of up to 175 km/h (110 mph) and as a PAGASA super typhoon. Noru made its first landfall over the Polillo Islands on September 26 at 15:30 PHT as a Category 4. It then made its second over Central Luzon five hours later as a high-end typhoon. It significantly weakened while crossing Luzon and emerged into the South China Sea nine hours later. Noru continued to re-intensify over the South China Sea, reaching winds of up to 155 km/h (100 mph) before making its third and final landfall in Da Nang, Vietnam. Tracking further westward, Noru brought heavy winds and rains to Thailand as a tropical depression and later dissipated on September 30.

Tropical Storm Nalgae (2022)

Tropical Storm Nalgae (2022)

Severe Tropical Storm Nalgae, known in the Philippines as Severe Tropical Storm Paeng, was a very large and deadly tropical cyclone that caused widespread damage across the Philippines and later impacted Hong Kong and Macau. The 22nd named tropical storm of the 2022 Pacific typhoon season, Nalgae originated from an invest located east of the Philippines on October 26. The disturbance, initially designated as 93W, was eventually upgraded the following day to a tropical depression by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) and re-designated as 26W. The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) however, had already considered the disturbance as a tropical depression a day prior to JTWC's; The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) also followed the JMA's lead and gave it the name Paeng. That same day, it was upgraded again by the JMA to tropical storm status, thus gaining the name Nalgae.

Format

The following format will be observed for the duration of the conference:

  • Single-round robin eliminations; 12 games per team; Teams are then seeded by basis on win–loss records.
  • Top eight teams will advance to the quarterfinals. In case of tie, a playoff game will be held only for the #8 seed.
  • Quarterfinals:
    • QF1: #1 vs #8 (#1 twice-to-beat)
    • QF2: #2 vs #7 (#2 twice-to-beat)
    • QF3: #3 vs #6 (best-of-3 series)
    • QF4: #4 vs #5 (best-of-3 series)
  • Semifinals (best-of-5 series):
    • SF1: QF1 Winner vs. QF4 Winner
    • SF2: QF2 Winner vs. QF3 Winner
  • Finals (best-of-7 series)
    • F1: SF1 Winner vs SF2 Winner

Elimination round

Team standings

Pos Team W L PCT GB Qualification
1 g, q – Bay Area Dragons 10 2 .833 Twice-to-beat in the quarterfinals
2 t – Magnolia Hotshots 8 2 .800 1
3 x – Converge FiberXers 8 3 .727 1.5 Best-of-three quarterfinals
4 x – Barangay Ginebra San Miguel 7 3 .700 2
5 San Miguel Beermen 6 5 .545 3.5
6 NorthPort Batang Pier 6 5 .545 3.5
7 Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters 6 6 .500 4 Twice-to-win in the quarterfinals
8 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters 5 6 .455 4.5
9 Meralco Bolts 4 5 .444 4.5
10 NLEX Road Warriors 4 7 .364 5.5
11 e – TNT Tropang Giga 4 8 .333 6
12 e – Blackwater Bossing 3 9 .250 7
13 e – Terrafirma Dyip 1 11 .083 9
Updated to match(es) played on November 26, 2022. Source: PBA.ph
Rules for classification: 1) winning percentage; 2) if two teams are tied, head-to-head record; if three or more teams are tied, head-to-head goal average (quotient), if tied for 8th, one-game playoff; 3) overall quotient 4) coin toss[4]
e – Eliminated; g – Guest; q – Qualified for the phase indicated; t – Qualified, but not yet for the particular phase indicated; x – Qualified to the phase indicated, and can still qualify for twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals

Schedule

Team ╲ Game123456789101112
Barangay GinebraROSMERBAYPHXMAGTERSMBBWBTNTNLEXNPCON
Bay AreaBWBNPPHXCONBGSMSMBTERMERROSNLEXMAGTNT
BlackwaterBAYPHXNLEXSMBNPTERTNTCONMAGMERBGSMROS
ConvergeTERMAGBAYMERSMBTNTBWBNLEXPHXROSNPBGSM
MagnoliaTERCONTNTNLEXNPBGSMBWBPHXSMBBAYMERROS
MeralcoNPBGSMTERCONPHXROSBAYBWBTNTMAGNLEXSMB
NLEXROSBWBPHXMAGTNTSMBCONNPBAYTERBGSMMER
NorthPortPHXBAYMERTNTBWBMAGSMBROSNLEXTERCONBGSM
Phoenix Super LPGNPBWBBAYNLEXBGSMMERROSTNTCONMAGSMBTER
Rain or ShineNLEXBGSMTERSMBTNTMERPHXNPBAYCONBWBMAG
San MiguelBWBROSBAYCONNLEXNPBGSMMAGPHXTERTNTMER
TerrafirmaCONMAGROSMERBWBBAYBGSMTNTNPNLEXSMBPHX
TNTMAGNPROSNLEXBWBCONPHXTERMERBGSMBAYSMB
Updated to match(es) played on November 26, 2022. Source: PBA.ph
  = Win;   = OT win;   = Loss;   = OT loss

Results

Teams BGSM BAY BWB CON MAG MER NLEX NP PHX ROS SMB TER TNT
Barangay Ginebra 111–93 98–84 Nov. 30 103–97 99–91 117–120* Nov. 27 93–101 71–93 97–96 111–90 89–85
Bay Area 133–87 106–100 95–89 89–92 118–98 105–104 101–91 120–87 113–87 130–76 140–108
Blackwater 71–77 69–91 98–102* 102–105 83–87 97–85 97–116 109–106 93–86 98–108
Converge 105–109 106–99 108–84 97–112 132–127 102–101 106–102 124–110 130–117
Magnolia Nov. 27 111–97 109–91 90–80 Dec. 2 85–80 100–92 94–92
Meralco Nov. 30 95–101* 82–89 96–113 Dec. 2 105–92 97–91
NLEX 94–107 97–111 96–90 116–124 114–124* 110–101
NorthPort 92–89 75–76 86–104 91–85 93–117
Phoenix Super LPG 92–83 104–108 135–84 91–88
Rain or Shine 105–113 106–94 91–110
San Miguel 131–103 119–99
Terrafirma 90–121
TNT
Updated to match(es) played on November 26, 2022. Source: PBA.ph results, PBA.ph schedule
Legend: Blue = left column team win; Red = top row team win.
Matches with lighter background shading were decided after overtime.

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Bay Area Dragons

Bay Area Dragons

The Bay Area Dragons is a basketball team in the East Asia Super League. Based in Hong Kong, the team is meant to represent Greater China.

2022–23 Magnolia Hotshots season

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2022–23 Barangay Ginebra San Miguel season

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2022–23 San Miguel Beermen season

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2022–23 NorthPort Batang Pier season

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The 2022–23 NorthPort Batang Pier season was the 10th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

2022–23 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season

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2022–23 Meralco Bolts season

2022–23 Meralco Bolts season

The 2022–23 Meralco Bolts season was the 12th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

2022–23 NLEX Road Warriors season

2022–23 NLEX Road Warriors season

The 2022–23 NLEX Road Warriors season was the 8th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

2022–23 TNT Tropang Giga season

2022–23 TNT Tropang Giga season

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2022–23 Blackwater Bossing season

2022–23 Blackwater Bossing season

The 2022–23 Blackwater Bossing season was the 8th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

2022–23 Terrafirma Dyip season

2022–23 Terrafirma Dyip season

The 2022–23 Terrafirma Dyip season was the 8th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Manila Clasico

Manila Clasico

Manila Clasico refers to the rivalry between the two most popular professional basketball teams in the Philippines today, the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel and the Magnolia Hotshots, both owned by San Miguel Corporation. The former represents the Ginebra San Miguel franchise while the latter carries the San Miguel Pure Foods franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Imports

The following is the list of imports, which had played for their respective teams at least once, with the returning imports in italics. Highlighted are the imports who stayed with their respective teams for the whole conference.

Team Name Debuted Last game Record
Barangay Ginebra San Miguel United States Justin Brownlee September 28 (vs. Rain or Shine) 7–3
Bay Area Dragons United States Myles Powell[note 2] September 21 (vs. Blackwater) 8–0
Canada Andrew Nicholson[note 2] October 9 (vs. Barangay Ginebra) November 4 (vs. Meralco) 2–2
Blackwater Bossing United States Cameron Krutwig September 21 (vs. Bay Area) November 25 (vs. Rain or Shine) 3–9
Converge FiberXers United States Quincy Miller September 23 (vs. Terrafirma) 8–2
No import November 20 (vs. NorthPort) 0–1
Magnolia Hotshots Serbia Nick Rakocevic September 28 (vs. Terrafirma) 8–2
Meralco Bolts United States Johnny O'Bryant III September 30 (vs. NorthPort) October 22 (vs. Rain or Shine) 1–5
United States K. J. McDaniels November 4 (vs. Bay Area) 3–0
NLEX Road Warriors United States Earl Clark September 23 (vs. Rain or Shine) 4–7
NorthPort Batang Pier United Kingdom Prince Ibeh September 21 (vs. Phoenix) 6–5
Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters United States Kaleb Wesson September 21 (vs. NorthPort) 6–6
Rain or Shine Elasto Painters United States Steve Taylor Jr. September 23 (vs. NLEX) November 4 (vs. NorthPort) 4–3
No import October 15 (vs. TNT) 0–1
United States Ryan Pearson November 11 (vs. Bay Area) 1–2
San Miguel Beermen United States Diamond Stone October 5 (vs. Blackwater) October 16 (vs. Bay Area) 1–2
United States Devon Scott October 21 (vs. Converge) 5–3
Lebanon Thomas Robinson
Terrafirma Dyip Indonesia Lester Prosper September 23 (vs. Converge) November 18 (vs. NLEX) 1–9
No import November 23 (vs. San Miguel), November 26 (vs. Phoenix) 0–2
TNT Tropang Giga United States Cameron Oliver October 5 (vs. Magnolia) November 16 (vs. Meralco) 4–5
No import November 20 (vs. Barangay Ginebra) 0–1
United States Matt Mobley November 23 (vs. Bay Area) November 26 (vs. San Miguel) 0–2
Sources:[7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27]

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Barangay Ginebra San Miguel

The Barangay Ginebra San Miguel is a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The most popular team in the league, it is owned by Ginebra San Miguel, Inc., a subsidiary of the San Miguel Corporation (SMC). The team is one of three PBA ball clubs currently owned by the SMC group of companies, along with the Magnolia Hotshots and the San Miguel Beermen. Barangay Ginebra is one of three teams with 14 PBA championships—second-most in league history behind San Miguel's 28 titles—the other being the Magnolia Hotshots and the now-defunct Alaska Aces.

Justin Brownlee

Justin Brownlee

Justin Donta Brownlee is an American professional basketball player for the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Bay Area Dragons

Bay Area Dragons

The Bay Area Dragons is a basketball team in the East Asia Super League. Based in Hong Kong, the team is meant to represent Greater China.

Myles Powell

Myles Powell

Myles Blake Powell is an American professional basketball player for the Bay Area Dragons of the East Asia Super League (EASL). He played college basketball for the Seton Hall Pirates.

Canada

Canada

Canada is a country in North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering over 9.98 million square kilometres, making it the world's second-largest country by total area. Its southern and western border with the United States, stretching 8,891 kilometres (5,525 mi), is the world's longest binational land border. Canada's capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.

Andrew Nicholson (basketball)

Andrew Nicholson (basketball)

Andrew Fabian Nicholson is a Canadian professional basketball player for the Bay Area Dragons of the EASL. He played college basketball for St. Bonaventure University before being drafted 19th overall in the 2012 NBA draft by the Orlando Magic.

Blackwater Bossing

Blackwater Bossing

The Blackwater Bossing is a professional basketball team owned by Ever Bilena, Inc. that is playing in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) beginning in the 2014–2015 season. The franchise began as one of the founding teams in the PBA Developmental League. It transferred to the PBA after being accepted as an expansion team. The team is named after the Ever Bilena's brand of men's fragrances.

Cameron Krutwig

Cameron Krutwig

Cameron Krutwig is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Blackwater Bossing of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He played college basketball for the Loyola Ramblers. Krutwig drew national attention after helping the 2017–18 Ramblers reach the Final Four of the 2018 NCAA tournament.

Converge FiberXers

Converge FiberXers

The Converge FiberXers are a professional basketball team owned by Converge ICT. The team will compete in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The franchise began after acquiring the former Alaska Aces franchise on March 23, 2022.

Magnolia Hotshots

Magnolia Hotshots

The Magnolia Chicken Timplados Hotshots, or simply known as the Magnolia Hotshots, are a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team is owned by San Miguel Food and Beverage, Inc., a subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation (SMC). The team is one of three PBA ball clubs currently owned by the SMC group of companies, along with Barangay Ginebra San Miguel and the San Miguel Beermen. They have 14 PBA championships, tied with Barangay Ginebra and the Alaska Aces for the second-most championships overall, trailing only San Miguel Beermen by 14.

Nick Rakocevic

Nick Rakocevic

Nikola "Nick" Rakocevic is a Serbian professional basketball player for the Magnolia Hotshots of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He played college basketball for the USC Trojans and attended St. Joseph High School in Westchester, IL. Born in the United States, he represents Serbia internationally.

Meralco Bolts

Meralco Bolts

The Meralco Bolts is a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team began in 2010 after the Manila Electric Company (MERALCO) acquired the PBA franchise of the Sta. Lucia Realtors. The team is one of three PBA teams presently under the control of businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan – the other teams being the TNT Tropang Giga and the NLEX Road Warriors.

Awards

Players of the Week

Week Player Ref.
September 21–24 Arvin Tolentino (NorthPort Batang Pier) [28]
September 28 – October 2 Robert Bolick (NorthPort Batang Pier) [29]
October 5–9 Tyler Tio (Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters) [30]
October 12–16 Jio Jalalon (Magnolia Hotshots) [31]
October 19–23 Scottie Thompson (Barangay Ginebra San Miguel) [32]
October 26–30 Encho Serrano (Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters) [33]
November 4–6 Aljun Melecio (Converge FiberXers) [34]
November 9–13 Jeron Teng (Converge FiberXers) [35]
November 16–20 William Navarro (NorthPort Batang Pier) [36]

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Arvin Tolentino

Arvin Tolentino

Arvin Dave de Leon Tolentino is a Filipino professional basketball player for the NorthPort Batang Pier of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He was drafted 10th overall pick by the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel in the 2019 PBA draft.

NorthPort Batang Pier

NorthPort Batang Pier

The NorthPort Batang Pier is a Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) team that first played in the 2012–13 PBA season. The team took over the franchise of the Powerade Tigers in 2012 after it was sold to Sultan 900 Capital, Inc. Besides NorthPort, team owner Mikee Romero also co-owned the AirAsia Philippine Patriots of the ASEAN Basketball League.

Robert Bolick

Robert Bolick

Robert Lee Espina Bolick Jr. is a Filipino professional basketball player for the NorthPort Batang Pier of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He played college basketball for the San Beda Red Lions of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines). He plays both point guard and shooting guard positions.

Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters

Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters

The Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters is a professional basketball team owned by Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Inc., which debuted in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) in the 2016 Commissioner's Cup. The franchise began after the company acquired the second Barako Bull team in January 2016.

Jio Jalalon

Jio Jalalon

Jiovani Nacawili Jalalon is a Filipino professional basketball player who currently plays for the Magnolia Hotshots of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Magnolia Hotshots

Magnolia Hotshots

The Magnolia Chicken Timplados Hotshots, or simply known as the Magnolia Hotshots, are a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team is owned by San Miguel Food and Beverage, Inc., a subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation (SMC). The team is one of three PBA ball clubs currently owned by the SMC group of companies, along with Barangay Ginebra San Miguel and the San Miguel Beermen. They have 14 PBA championships, tied with Barangay Ginebra and the Alaska Aces for the second-most championships overall, trailing only San Miguel Beermen by 14.

Scottie Thompson (basketball)

Scottie Thompson (basketball)

Earl Scottie Carreon Thompson is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel

The Barangay Ginebra San Miguel is a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The most popular team in the league, it is owned by Ginebra San Miguel, Inc., a subsidiary of the San Miguel Corporation (SMC). The team is one of three PBA ball clubs currently owned by the SMC group of companies, along with the Magnolia Hotshots and the San Miguel Beermen. Barangay Ginebra is one of three teams with 14 PBA championships—second-most in league history behind San Miguel's 28 titles—the other being the Magnolia Hotshots and the now-defunct Alaska Aces.

Converge FiberXers

Converge FiberXers

The Converge FiberXers are a professional basketball team owned by Converge ICT. The team will compete in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The franchise began after acquiring the former Alaska Aces franchise on March 23, 2022.

Jeron Teng

Jeron Teng

Jeron Alvin Uy Teng is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Converge FiberXers of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). As a PBA player, he usually starts at the swingman position but occasionally plays as a power forward during the Philippine Cup. A renowned prodigy, he holds multiple high school records for the Xavier Golden Stallions. After his famous high school career, he played for the De La Salle Green Archers in the UAAP with equally great success. He won a couple UAAP championships as the team captain and has the rare distinction of simultaneously winning two UAAP finals MVP awards.

Statistics

Individual statistical leaders

Local players

Category Player Team Statistic
Points per game Robert Bolick NorthPort Batang Pier 21.6
Rebounds per game William Navarro NorthPort Batang Pier 10.0
Assists per game Robert Bolick NorthPort Batang Pier 6.7
Steals per game Jio Jalalon Magnolia Hotshots 2.3
Blocks per game Japeth Aguilar Barangay Ginebra San Miguel 1.4
Turnovers per game Calvin Abueva Magnolia Hotshots 2.8
Fouls per game Beau Belga Rain or Shine Elasto Painters 3.8
Minutes per game Robert Bolick NorthPort Batang Pier 41.6
FG% Liu Chuanxing Bay Area Dragons 80.9%
FT% Paul Lee Magnolia Hotshots 93.3%
3FG% Anjo Caram Meralco Bolts 64.7%
Double-doubles Raymond Almazan Meralco Bolts 4

Import players

Category Player Team Statistic
Points per game Andrew Nicholson Bay Area Dragons 38.5
Rebounds per game Nick Rakocevic Magnolia Hotshots 19.0
Assists per game Justin Brownlee Barangay Ginebra San Miguel 7.0
Steals per game Myles Powell Bay Area Dragons 2.1
Blocks per game Prince Ibeh NorthPort Batang Pier 4.3
Turnovers per game Prince Ibeh NorthPort Batang Pier 4.6
Fouls per game Quincy Miller Converge FiberXers 3.5
Minutes per game Devon Scott San Miguel Beermen 45.4
FG% Prince Ibeh NorthPort Batang Pier 67.6%
FT% Andrew Nicholson Bay Area Dragons 94.3%
3FG% Myles Powell Bay Area Dragons 41.7%
Double-doubles Cameron Krutwig Blackwater Bossing 11
Triple-doubles three players 1

Individual game highs

Local players

Category Player Team Statistic
Points Robert Bolick NorthPort Batang Pier 44
Rebounds William Navarro NorthPort Batang Pier 17
Assists Duncan Reid Bay Area Dragons 10
Robert Bolick (thrice) NorthPort Batang Pier
Steals Jio Jalalon Magnolia Hotshots 6
Blocks Brandon Ganuelas-Rosser NLEX Road Warriors 5
Three point field goals Roger Pogoy TNT Tropang Giga 8

Import players

Category Player Team Statistic
Points three players 50
Rebounds Nick Rakocevic Magnolia Hotshots 28
Assists Justin Brownlee Barangay Ginebra San Miguel 12
Steals Quincy Miller Converge FiberXers 5
Blocks Quincy Miller Converge FiberXers 9
Three point field goals Myles Powell Bay Area Dragons 11

Team statistical leaders

Category Team Statistic
Points per game Bay Area Dragons 109.4
Rebounds per game Converge FiberXers 51.1
Assists per game Barangay Ginebra San Miguel 24.9
Steals per game Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters 10.3
Blocks per game NorthPort Batang Pier 6.5
Turnovers per game Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters 18.2
Fouls per game Converge FiberXers 25.6
FG% Bay Area Dragons 47.7%
FT% Magnolia Hotshots 75.4%
3FG% TNT Tropang Giga 36.6%

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Jio Jalalon

Jio Jalalon

Jiovani Nacawili Jalalon is a Filipino professional basketball player who currently plays for the Magnolia Hotshots of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Magnolia Hotshots

Magnolia Hotshots

The Magnolia Chicken Timplados Hotshots, or simply known as the Magnolia Hotshots, are a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team is owned by San Miguel Food and Beverage, Inc., a subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation (SMC). The team is one of three PBA ball clubs currently owned by the SMC group of companies, along with Barangay Ginebra San Miguel and the San Miguel Beermen. They have 14 PBA championships, tied with Barangay Ginebra and the Alaska Aces for the second-most championships overall, trailing only San Miguel Beermen by 14.

Japeth Aguilar

Japeth Aguilar

Japeth Paul Cabrera Aguilar is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He first played college basketball for the Ateneo Blue Eagles of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), but after two seasons, he moved to the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers in the Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association in the United States.

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel

The Barangay Ginebra San Miguel is a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The most popular team in the league, it is owned by Ginebra San Miguel, Inc., a subsidiary of the San Miguel Corporation (SMC). The team is one of three PBA ball clubs currently owned by the SMC group of companies, along with the Magnolia Hotshots and the San Miguel Beermen. Barangay Ginebra is one of three teams with 14 PBA championships—second-most in league history behind San Miguel's 28 titles—the other being the Magnolia Hotshots and the now-defunct Alaska Aces.

Calvin Abueva

Calvin Abueva

Calvin Abueva is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Magnolia Hotshots of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He was picked second overall by the Alaska Aces during the 2012 PBA Draft. He was nicknamed "The Beast" due to the all-around threat he brings at both ends of the court, he dominated the nation's collegiate ranks by posting excellent numbers during his tenure with the San Sebastian College – Recoletos Stags in the NCAA. He also became the first player in collegiate basketball history to lead a college league in points, rebounds, and assists. Due to his versatility, him being frequently listed between 6'2 or 6'3, and his position as an undersized power forward for the Aces, Abueva has been frequently compared to the legendary import Sean Chambers.

Beau Belga

Beau Belga

Beau Michael Vincent Esparrago Belga is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters of the Philippine Basketball Association. He is also an assistant coach for the UST Growling Tigers of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).

Liu Chuanxing

Liu Chuanxing

Liu Chuanxing is a Chinese professional basketball player for the Bay Area Dragons of the East Asia Super League (EASL). He has been a member of the China men's national basketball team.

Bay Area Dragons

Bay Area Dragons

The Bay Area Dragons is a basketball team in the East Asia Super League. Based in Hong Kong, the team is meant to represent Greater China.

Anjo Caram

Anjo Caram

Antonio Jose Hechanova Caram is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Meralco Bolts of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). He was drafted in the third round in the 2013 PBA draft by the Bolts.

Meralco Bolts

Meralco Bolts

The Meralco Bolts is a professional basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team began in 2010 after the Manila Electric Company (MERALCO) acquired the PBA franchise of the Sta. Lucia Realtors. The team is one of three PBA teams presently under the control of businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan – the other teams being the TNT Tropang Giga and the NLEX Road Warriors.

Andrew Nicholson (basketball)

Andrew Nicholson (basketball)

Andrew Fabian Nicholson is a Canadian professional basketball player for the Bay Area Dragons of the EASL. He played college basketball for St. Bonaventure University before being drafted 19th overall in the 2012 NBA draft by the Orlando Magic.

Justin Brownlee

Justin Brownlee

Justin Donta Brownlee is an American professional basketball player for the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Source: "2022–23 PBA Commissioner's Cup", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 26th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022–23_PBA_Commissioner's_Cup.

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  2. ^ a b For the Bay Area Dragons guest team, its entire roster is composed of non-Filipinos. For purposes of the import and the height-limit, all Chinese citizens (including Hong Kong nationals) are considered "locals", while non-Chinese are imports, and only one non-Chinese can play at a game. Aside from being guest in the PBA, they are a franchise team of the East Asia Super League (EASL). In the 2022–23 East Asia Super League, a team is allowed to have two non-Asian imports. The Dragons have two non-Asians on their roster, Canadian Andrew Nicholson and the American Myles Powell. The Dragons will play each player for four consecutive games each, but will choose which one of them to play with on their ninth games onwards.[5] The team chose Powell as the team's final import starting their ninth game.[6]
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