BubblesButtercup wrote: »
Sa nba din naman may farm teams
KamenRaida wrote: »
sana yung pang 12 KIA motors na lang kung NLEX kc apat na San Miguel teams na yun
Jay P. Mercado wrote: »
May be a quid pro quo deal between the RSA and MVP Groups. Since 8 votes are needed to make themselves eligible for the PBA, the MVP Group will approve the entry of Blackwater Elite into the PBA by giving their two votes provided that the SMC teams will give its nod to the entry of NLEX into the PBA.
That would make a total of 12 teams. It's also possible to consider KIA's application - the question though is who their link to the PBA is to get the coveted 8 votes. Tanduay won't probably have resistance from their former arch enemy, SMC, to join the PBA if ever they apply since RSA and Lucio Tan (LT) are now partners at PAL.
No, it won't be 14 teams next season. That's possible but really, a long shot. 12 is the PBA's target and it looks like Blackwater and NLEX will have the inside track because they have supporters from the PBA Board to help them out.
ventrilokwist wrote: »
Question lang po sir JPM... Hindi po ba may rule ang PBA regarding new sister teams sa PBA? Ang naalala ko lang dati, nung binili ng SMC yung Purefoods, SMC was somewhat forced to drop one franchise from among the 3 teams it has in the league which is SMB, BGK and Purefoods. But since SMC purchased Purefoods by the time it already has been part of the league for years, PBA had made an exception and let SMC keep all 3 teams. Same thing happened with Coke.
Valid po ba na mag-apply ang NLEX to be MVP's 3rd team in the PBA since they will be coming from the outside? Wala bang limit ang number of sister teams na pwedeng pumasok sa PBA?