The PBA points table and standings are the real rankings and their points. Having the Northport as the 1st leading team and San Miguel 2nd position. Read below to be aware of all the team points and their position. Be sure to follow our guides for your favorite teams during the 2022 season, below is the latest PBA standings point table for 2022.
The latest PBA Standings Point Table: Northport goes to the top of the table
Northport has shown its most acceptable form in recent years; The record is not proved by a new technical thing emerging on the floor but by something of the invisible objects that Young Pier himself promised. Coach Pido Jarencio told Inquirer by phone on the eve of Batang Pier's clash with Magnolia in the PBA Philippine Cup when Northport fired for the third victory in a row at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay. Jarencio paid tribute to veterans Arwind Santos, Robert Bolick, and Kevin Ferrer. At a critical moment during the team-building exercise, Santos asked everyone to write how each player was committed to the team.
"Many of them say that there should be no egos on the team and that they should constantly share the ball," Jarencio said. "That's great because no one here feels like a superstar, and everyone gives it their all - in training and in the game. " Jarencio said at 3 p.m. Wednesday's clash with the Hotshots was a real test, especially when Magnolia lost the first two games and Paul Lee will demonstrate for the first time this season. "It's a strong team," Jarencio said despite Magnolia rival Chito Victolero saying Mark Barroca remained the decision in the match due to a facial injury. "We'll see how (Barroca) feels [before the match]" Victolero said.
PBA News #1: Javi GDL vows to do better after a 'bad' debut for Terrafirma
MANILA, Philippines - TerraCompany rookie Javi Gomez de Liaño was less than happy with his PBA debut and lamented the big mistakes he made in losing to the NLEX Road Warriors. Gomez de Liaño, who traded for Barangay Ginebra for the Philippine Cup PBA 2022-23, had four points on a 2 to 6 shot in a 105: 102 loss to the Road Warriors. He contributed nine rebounds and five assists, but also two losses. Gomez de Liaño, who spent last year with Ibaraki Robots in Japan's B.League, disappointed himself after failing to check with officials at the table as he went 6:01 on to the match he repeated.
He was called a technical foul in which Calvin Oftana turned the free throw that NLEX took into the lead at 89:82. Jeep rallied in the last seconds, but the Road Warriors went through for victory from behind. "There is nothing like automatic in every league, I didn't know. Now I know, "said Gomez de Liaño about the technology he was given. "Even though I'm 4-9-5 ready, welcome to me at PBA," he added. "It's getting better from here."
TerraCompany head coach Johnedel Cardel was inspired by their game against Road Warriors. Jeep took control of the first half and led by 16 points before NLEX made a big rally in the second half. Gomez de Liaño still hopes that they can boost their performance against NLEX and correct their mistakes - including the 22 turns they made in the loss. "In the second half, there were things we could control. In the basement, we focused on what we were focusing on - the things we had in our heads that we could" In this game, we had a big turnaround, so we do these things in the coming days, "he said. Jeep will return to action against NorthPort Batang Pier this Saturday.
PBA News #2: Ginebra acquires Jeremiah Gray from Terrafirma
Black was selected 18th overall by the Bolts in the 2019 draft but quickly played a vital role in his team's near-finals stint in the first bubble tournament in Pampanga. He continued his good showing this season and in Meralco's fourth finals entry in the Governors' Cup, with the second-generation player emerging as the most consistent local performer for his squad, averaging 16.83 points per game.
PBA News #3: Blackwater takes Ganuelas-Rosser with the 1st overall pick
Unfortunately for the Bolts, they lost to the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings for the fourth time in as many championship meetings. But Black was happy to make a huge contribution to his squad.“I didn't start off very well, but I'm glad I was able to pick it up," he said. “I welcome personal accomplishments, but for me, the most important thing is winning. It's disappointing to some extent. Alam ko naman kasi not every player gets to play in the finals. It was a blessing for me and un kami finals, but at the same time, in my opinion, since we didn't win it, it was not a complete success for me.
For the most of the series, Black got the better end of the matchup with Tenorio, but in the last game of the series, the grizzled veteran and the league's modern-day “Iron Man" showed up and towed his team to the championship.
PBA News #4: Tenorio finished with 30 points
MANILA, Philippines – Blackwater saw its historic skid stretch to 25 straight games as Terrafirma hacked out a come-from-behind 109-103 win in the PBA Governors' Cup at the Araneta Coliseum on Saturday, February 12. Buried by as many as 12 points with less than six minutes remaining, the Dyip closed out the game with a 25-7 run led by import Antonio Hester to prevent the Bossing from clinching their first win since October 2020. Hester churned out 41 points, including 14 during that win-clinching stretch, to go with 13 rebounds and three steals as Terrafirma snapped a three-game skid to improve to 2-4.
Blackwater comfortably led 96-84 off a stepback jumper from import Shawn Glover, who introduced his arrival in the PBA in style with 35 points and 17 rebounds in his debut game. However, the Dyip unloaded an 18-0 bomb capped by five straight points from returning guard Joshua Munson to turn the tables and seize a 102-96 advantage. The Bossing trimmed their deficit to a whisker off a Baser Amer triple, and a Jay Washington layup, but Terrafirma hammered the nail in the Blackwater coffin with a 7-2 blitz punctuated by a Hester breakaway dunk.
Andreas Cahilig backstopped Hester with 17 points and ten rebounds, while Munson – who had been sidelined since the Philippine Cup due to a hand injury – delivered 13 points, four rebounds, and two steals. The Dyip also got timely contributions from Juami Tiongson, who put up 12 points, nine rebounds, and three assists, and Aldrich Ramos, who fell short of a double-double with 9 points, nine rebounds, and three blocks. Gilas Pilipinas draftee Rey Suerte shone with 16 points, six rebounds, and three assists in his debut for Blackwater, which remained at the bottom of the standings with a woeful 0-6 card.
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