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Top 10 Best PBA Coach of All Time

versa17versa17 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
Top 10 Best PBA Coach of All Time

Who do you think is the best coaches in the PBA of All-time??


NBA's Top 10

10. John Kundla
9. Red Holzman
8. Rudy Tomjanovich
7. Chuck Daly
6. Lenny Wilkens
5. Larry Brown
4. Pat Riley
3. Gregg Popovich
2. Red Auerbach
1. Phil Jackson

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/78885-nbas-10-greatest-coaches-of-all-time
*okay*

Comments

  • Lance_rainierLance_rainier PEx Rookie ⭐
    1. baby dalupan
    2. tim cone
    3. jong uichico
    4. chot reyes
    5. yeng guiao
    6. norman black
    7. robert jaworski
    8. dante silverio
    9. tommy manotoc
    10. siot tanquincen
  • versa17versa17 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    My list - the number on the left side is the number of Championships in the PBA

    1 Baby Dalupan
    15 + a Grandslam
    2 Tim Cone
    12 + a Grandslam
    3 Norman Black
    10 + a Grandslam
    4 Jong Uichico
    8
    5 Tommy Manotoc ---- 6 + a Grandslam
    6 Yeng Guiao
    5
    7 Chot Reyes
    5
    8 Dante Silverio
    5
    9 Eddie Ocampo
    4
    10 Robert Jaworski
    4

    Special mention
    Ron Jacobs
    1 - Sensei of most coaches
    *okay*

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Philippine_Basketball_Association_champions
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    10. Ed Ocampo - titles with RTO and Toyota
    9. Dante Silverio - titles with Toyota
    8. Chot Reyes - titles with PF, Coke and TNT
    7. Yeng Guiao - titles with Swift and Red Bull
    6. Jong Uichico - titles with San Miguel and Ginebra
    5. Norman Black - titles with San Miguel and Sta. Lucia
    4. Tommy Manotoc - titles with U/Tex and Crispa
    3. Tim Cone - all titles with Alaska
    2. Ron Jacobs - title with NCC
    1. Baby Dalupan - titles with Crispa, Great Taste and PF
  • no turo valenzona? this guy won at least 4 titles with tanduay back in the day.
  • 1. Ron Jacobs
    2. Tim Cone
    3. Norman Black
    4. Robert Jaworski
    5. Yeng Guiao
    6. Perry Ronquillo
    7. Chot Reyes
    8. Tommy Manotoc
    9. Joe Lipa
    10. Ed Ocampo

    not a fan of Dalupan or Silverio
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    landseer wrote: »
    no turo valenzona? this guy won at least 4 titles with tanduay back in the day.

    Arturo Valenzona piloted Tanduay Rhum to 3 championships back in the mid-80's. And while I was a big fan of Valenzona as a multi-titled coach in the amateurs with Solid Mills, FEU and APCOR, I felt that his accomplishments in the PBA would still fail in comparison to the list I cited above. The #10 in my list is Ed Ocampo, who won 4 titles in his PBA career (3 with Toyota, 1 with RTO).
  • plus valenzona was fortunate to have prolific imports rob williams, andre mckoy & david thirdkill at his disposal, and a strong local ensemble of fernandez, generalao, israel, hubalde, yango & onchie dela cruz.
  • 1. baby dalupan
    2. tim cone
    3. norman black
    4. robert jaworski
    5. chot reyes
    6. ron jacobs
    7. yeng guiao
    8. tommy manotoc
    9. dante silverio
    10. jong uichico
  • Jay P. MercadoJay P. Mercado Moderator PEx Moderator
    versa17 wrote: »
    1 Baby Dalupan
    15 + a Grandslam
    2 Tim Cone
    12 + a Grandslam
    3 Norman Black
    10 + a Grandslam
    4 Jong Uichico
    8
    5 Tommy Manotoc ---- 6 + a Grandslam
    6 Yeng Guiao
    5
    7 Chot Reyes
    5
    8 Dante Silverio
    5
    9 Eddie Ocampo
    4
    10 Robert Jaworski
    4

    Special mention
    Ron Jacobs
    1 - Sensei of most coaches
    *okay*

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Philippine_Basketball_Association_champions

    Let's review the number of seasons that these coaches have to see how they have fared over the years.

    Baby Dalupan - 15 titles (12 seasons)
    Tim Cone - 12 titles (20 seasons)
    Norman Black - 10 titles (12 seasons)
    Jong Uichico - 8 titles (12 seasons)
    Tommy Manotoc - 6 titles (8 seasons)
    Yeng Guiao - 5 titles (17 seasons)
    Chot Reyes - 5 titles (13 seasons)
    Dante Silverio - 5 titles (6 seasons)
    Ed Ocampo - 4 titles (6 seasons)
    Robert Jaworski - 4 titles (13 seasons)
    Ron Jacobs - 1 title (2 seasons)

    Note though that the coaches of the 70's to the 90's had the benefit of having 3 conferences in one season, thereby increasing their chances of winning a title. But judging from the percentages, it would appear that Baby Dalupan was the most prolific based on the number of seasons he coached for 3 different teams (Crispa, GTC, Purefoods).
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