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1981 San Miguel Beermen season

Former U-Tex coach Tommy Manotoc will now be the new head coach of San Miguel Beermen, Manotoc replaces Edgardo Ocampo, who transferred to Toyota Super Diesels at the beginning of the season.

                                               

1982 San Miguel Beermen season

San Miguel hired former Tefilin import Norman Black as their reinforcement for the whole season. Black debut with 48 points in leading the Beermen to a 108-98 win over Great Taste on March 9. They scored their second win as Black poured in 60 poi ...

                                               

1983 San Miguel Beermen season

The San Miguel Beermen, two-time finalist last season, will now have former national team coach Nat Canson on the bench as he took over the coaching chores from Tommy Manotoc, who moved over to Crispa Redmanizers. The Beermen missed out a berth i ...

                                               

1984 Gold Eagle Beer season

March 25: Gold Eagle formerly San Miguel Beer defeated Tanduay Rhum Makers, 92–84, in the first game at the start of the leagues 10th season. May 24: Gold Eagle breaks out of a five-game losing streak by finally scoring a victory against Gilbeys ...

                                               

1985 Magnolia Ice Cream Makers season

The 1985 Magnolia Ice Cream Makers season was the 11th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association. Known as Magnolia Quench Plus in the Reinforced Conference.

                                               

1986 Magnolia Cheese Makers season

After a two-conference leave, the San Miguel Corporation decided to return in the PBA Third Conference. The team will be known as Magnolia Cheese Makers and coach by Derrick Pumaren, who was assistant coach of Magnolia last season. The ballclub a ...

                                               

1987 San Miguel Beermen season

The 1987 San Miguel Beermen season was the 13th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team was known as Magnolia Ice Cream Makers in the first two conferences.

                                               

1988 San Miguel Beermen season

During the off-season, San Miguel Beer got a prized catch as they were able to lure 1985 MVP Ricardo Brown to join the team after five years of playing for the Gokongwei franchise, other than Brown, no other changes were made as the core of the c ...

                                               

1989 San Miguel Beermen season

The San Miguel Beermen became the third team in PBA Annals History to win the Grandslam, duplicating the feat achieved by the famed Crispa Redmanizers, first in 1976 and in 1983. It also made Norman Black the 3rd. PBA coach to win the said feat b ...

                                               

1990 San Miguel Beermen season

The Grandslam champions San Miguel Beermen with coach Norman Black playing in his last full conference as their import, won their first two games of the season. The beermen ended up with five wins and five losses and at the bottom of the five-tea ...

                                               

1991 San Miguel Beermen season

March 19: Import Ricky Wilson, who also came in last seasons third conference as a replacement, torched the hoops with 57 points as San Miguel snapped the Ginebras two-game winning run with a 112-109 victory. The Beermen improved to four wins and ...

                                               

1992 San Miguel Beermen season

The San Miguel Beermen welcomes the return of the "Skywalker" Samboy Lim in the lineup. The Beermen were tied with two other teams, Shell and Presto on top of the standings in the First Conference with seven wins and four losses. At the start of ...

                                               

1993 San Miguel Beermen season

The entry of Allan Caidic to the already-talented lineup of San Miguel Beermen reunites him with his former NCC teammates Samboy Lim, Hector Calma, Franz Pumaren and Yves Dignadice. Along with last seasons Most Valuable Player MVP Ato Agustin, th ...

                                               

1994 San Miguel Beermen season

During the off-season, the Beermen acquired only one new player, Kevin Ramas from Purefoods, whom they got when they traded Bong Ravena to the Hotdogs. San Miguel won their first three games of the season and had the best won-loss record in the e ...

                                               

1995 San Miguel Beermen season

Ramon Fernandez, who spent his last seven seasons with San Miguel Beer and one of the only three remaining pioneers in the PBA and the leagues winningest cager with 19 titles, retired from active playing after 20 seasons at age 41. Point guard He ...

                                               

1996 San Miguel Beermen season

On April 1, the San Miguel management decided to trade one-time MVP Renato Agustin, along with rookie pick Mar Morelos to Sunkist in exchange for forward Nelson Asaytono. The next week on April 7, Asaytono played his first game as a Beerman, scor ...

                                               

1997 San Miguel Beermen season

Former national team coach Ron Jacobs is the new coach of San Miguel Beermen following Norman Blacks resignation and transfer to the Mobiline franchise. On February 21, Ron Jacobs ushered his comeback in local basketball in the Beermens 70-66 vic ...

                                               

1998 San Miguel Beermen season

February 1: San Miguel Beermen got excellent debuts from its two rookies Danny Ildefonso and Steve Smith as the Beermen pulled away with an 86-67 rout of Pop Cola at the start of the All-Filipino Cup. April 14: San Miguel booked the first finals ...

                                               

1999 San Miguel Beermen season

The San Miguel team gave away its rights to four of their players namely Allan Caidic, Edward Naron, Elpidio Villamin and Siot Tanquingcen and shipped them to sister team Ginebra San Miguel. Assistant coach Jong Uichico takes over from Ron Jacobs ...

                                               

2000 San Miguel Beermen season

The San Miguel Beermen won their 14th PBA title in the Commissioners Cup by defeating first-time finalist Sta.Lucia Realtors, four games to one. The Beermen overtakes the famed Crispa Redmanizers as the leagues winningest ballclub. In the Governo ...

                                               

2001 San Miguel Beermen season

The San Miguel Beermen contested for all three championships of the season. The Beermen won their 16th PBA title in the All-Filipino Cup by defeating Barangay Ginebra Kings in six games as they are now winners of five of the last six conferences. ...

                                               

2002 San Miguel Beermen season

Four members of the San Miguel Beermen namely Danny Seigle, Olsen Racela, two-time MVP Danny Ildefonso and newly acquired Dondon Hontiveros from the defunct Tanduay ballclub were chosen to comprised the 15-man lineup of the Philippine national te ...

                                               

2003 San Miguel Beermen season

After missing out the finals in the last five conferences, the Beermen made it to the championship playoffs in the Reinforced Third Conference. The Beermen dropped their first five games in the eliminations, playing without an import in their fir ...

                                               

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1990 Pepsi Hotshots season

Newcomer Pepsi Cola had a forgettable campaign in their first year of participation in the PBA. The Hotshots finished with a lowly 2-28 record with two wins coming at the hands of fellow expansion team Pop Cola. The Hotshots scored their first wi ...

                                               

1991 Pepsi Hotshots season

Pepsi Cola tendered an offer sheet to Purefoods forward Alvin Patrimonio, a five-year worth P25.3 million contract, which Purefoods expectedly matched, making Alvin Patrimonio the highest paid basketball player in the PBA.

                                               

1992 7-Up Uncolas season

The 1992 7-Up Bottlers season was the 3rd season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association. Known as Pepsi Bottlers in the First Conference.

                                               

1993 7-Up Uncolas season

The 1993 7-Up Uncolas season was the 4th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team was renamed Pepsi Mega Bottlers beginning the Governors Cup.

                                               

1994 Pepsi Mega season

Former Swift coach Yeng Guiao becomes Pepsi Megas third head coach starting the Governors Cup, Guiao replaces Derrick Pumaren, who went over to the RFM franchise as both teams swapped coaches.

                                               

1995 Pepsi Mega season

The Bottlers won their first two games of the season, upsetting Alaska Milkmen, 99-93 in overtime on February 21, followed by a 94-80 win over San Miguel on February 28. The Mega Bottlers had four wins and two losses when they lost their last fou ...

                                               

1996 Mobiline Cellulars season

The 1996 Mobiline Cellulars season was the 7th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team was formerly known as Pepsi Mega in the All-Filipino Cup.

                                               

1997 Mobiline Cellulars season

The 1997 Mobiline Cellulars season was the 8th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team change its moniker from Cellulars to Mobiline Phone Pals beginning the Governors Cup.

                                               

1998 Mobiline Phone Pals season

Mobiline coach Tommy Manotoc has hired three-time MVP William Adornado as one of his assistant coaches at the start of the season. Beginning the Commissioners Cup on May 22, former Purefoods coach Eric Altamirano signed a four-year contract to co ...

                                               

1999 Mobiline Phone Pals season

Rookie Fil-Tongan 6-10 Paul Asi Taulava debut with a near triple-double of 32 points, 20 rebounds and 8 assists as Mobiline rout comebacking Tanduay Gold Rhum Masters, 90-64, in the opening of the leagues 25th season on February 7. The Phone Pals ...

                                               

2000 Mobiline Phone Pals season

Midway through the All-Filipino Cup eliminations, coach Eric Altamirano, along with assistants Ryan Gregorio and Frankie Lim, were sacked by Mobiline following a poor start. They were replaced by Louie Alas and assistants Aric del Rosario and Ari ...

                                               

2001 Mobiline Phone Pals season

The 2001 Mobiline Phone Pals season was the 12th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association. The team became known as Talk N Text Phone Pals beginning the Governors Cup.

                                               

2002 Talk N Text Phone Pals season

Center Asi Taulava and guard Patrick Fran played for Philippine-Selecta team while forward Celedon Camaso played for Philippine-Hapee during the Governors Cup. Taulava was among the 15 players chosen to play for the national team, Fran and Camaso ...

                                               

2003 Talk N Text Phone Pals season

February 27: PBA Suspends Asi Taulava for two games after he was found to have traces of Marijuana during a mandated test conducted by league physician Ben Salud. April 12: Phone Pals coach Paul Woolpert was fired by the management and named assi ...

                                               

2008 Atlanta Dream season

The 2008 WNBA season was the first for the Atlanta Dream. The team name was unveiled on January 23, 2008, with the expansion draft held on February 6. The Atlanta Dream had seventeen straight losses. It was the longest losing streak to start a se ...

                                               

2009 Atlanta Dream season

The 2009 WNBA season was the 2nd season for the Atlanta Dream of the Womens National Basketball Association. The Dream qualified for the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. However, they were eliminated by the Detroit Shock in a swe ...

                                               

2012 Atlanta Dream season

May 16: The Dream waived Coco Miller. February 8: The Dream signed Cathrine Kraayeveld. August 13: The Dream waived Jessica Moore. April 13: The Dream announced Alison Bales retirement. February 9: The Dream re-signed Yelena Leuchanka. March 8: T ...

                                               

2014 Atlanta Dream season

The 2014 WNBA season is the 7th season for the Atlanta Dream of the Womens National Basketball Association. This is also the first season the Dream has finished first in the East. In the last game of the Eastern Semis, the Dream had a 16-point le ...

                                               

2015 Atlanta Dream season

The 2015 WNBA season was the 8th season for the Atlanta Dream of the Womens National Basketball Association. The season will begin on June 5 and end on September 13.

                                               

2016 Atlanta Dream season

The 2016 WNBA season is the 9th season for the Atlanta Dream of the Womens National Basketball Association. The regular season began May 14 and concluded September 18. The Dream qualified for the playoffs as the sixth seed, finishing 17–17.

                                               

2017 Atlanta Dream season

The 2017 WNBA season was the 10th season for the Atlanta Dream of the Womens National Basketball Association. The team began its season on May 21, 2017 against the Chicago Sky, in its new interim home of McCamish Pavilion on the Georgia Tech camp ...

                                               

2018 Atlanta Dream season

The 2018 WNBA season was the 11th season for the Atlanta Dream of the Womens National Basketball Association. The team began its season on May 20, 2018 against the Dallas Wings. The Dream started the season slowly, going 2–2 in May with both loss ...

                                               

2019 Atlanta Dream season

The 2019 WNBA season was the 12th season for the Atlanta Dream of the Womens National Basketball Association. The team began its season on May 24, 2019 against the Dallas Wings and concluded the season on September 8 against the New York Liberty. ...

                                               

1997 Charlotte Sting season

Vicky Bullett ranked eighth in the WNBA in total rebounds with 178 Andrea Stinson tied for seventh in the WNBA in blocks with 21. Rhonda Mapp ranked third in the WNBA in Field Goal Percentage.492 Vicky Bullett was tied for sixth in the WNBA in st ...

                                               

1998 Charlotte Sting season

The 1998 WNBA season was the second for the Charlotte Sting. The Sting qualified for the playoffs, but they lost in the league semifinals to eventual champion Houston Comets.

                                               

1999 Charlotte Sting season

The 1999 WNBA season was the third for the Charlotte Sting. The Sting won their first playoff series by defeating the Detroit Shock in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. In the Eastern Conference Finals they would fall to the New York Liberty in ...

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