Ronald Tubid

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Ronald Tubid
No. 71 – San Miguel Beermen
Position Shooting guard / Small forward
League PBA
Personal information
Born (1981-10-15) October 15, 1981 (age 33)
Iloilo City, Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Listed height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Listed weight 185 lb (84 kg)
Career information
College University of the East
PBA draft 2003 Round: 2 / Pick: 16th overall
Selected by the Shell Turbo Chargers
Pro career 2003–present
Career history
2003–2005 Shell Turbo Chargers
2005–2007 Air21 Express
2007–2012 Barangay Ginebra Kings
2012–2013 Barako Bull Energy Cola
2013–present Petron Blaze Boosters/San Miguel Beermen
Career highlights and awards
  • 1x PBA Champion
  • 5x PBA All-Star (2005–2010)
  • PBA Mr. Quality Minutes Award (2005–2006)
  • PBA Mr. Energy (2007)
  • PBA Fiesta Conference Co-Finals Most Valuable Player (2008)
  • PBA All-Defensive Team (2009)
  • 66th member of the PBA's 5000 career points club

Ronald Tubid (born on October 15, 1981 in Iloilo City, Iloilo, Philippines) is a Filipino professional basketball player who is currently playing for the San Miguel Beermen of the Philippine Basketball Association. Known by many as The Fearless, he was also known, along with backcourt tandem Mark Caguioa and Jayjay Helterbrand, as one-third of the so-called, The Fast, The Furious, and The Fearless. He was also known as The Saint for modeling for the portrait of San Pedro Calungsod when he was 17.

Collegiate career[edit]

Tubid was the only provincial player in the supposedly all-city college where he ended up being the team captain in his freshman year. He played college hoops in the University of the East in the UAAP.

His former UE Red Warriors teammates who ended up playing in the PBA are Niño Canaleta, James Yap, and Paul Artadi.

Tubid first saw action for ANA Water Dispenser before playing in a star-studded Welcoat Paintmasters squad of Rommel Adducul and Eddie Laure that won the 2002 PBL Challenge Cup.

PBA career[edit]

Tubid was drafted by the Shell Turbo Chargers as the sixteenth overall pick in the 2003 PBA draft and averaged 8.9 points in his rookie year. In his second season, he improved his mark to 12.3 points per game before being named Mr. Quality Minutes by the PBA Press Corps.

After Shell's disbandment following the 2004–05 PBA season, Tubid joined the Air21 Express and won his second Mr. Quality Minutes award while averaging 8.9 points in 44 games with just 11 starts.

At the midway point of the 2006–07 PBA Philippine Cup, Tubid was traded to the Barangay Ginebra Kings and was a key reliever in Ginebra's title conquest over sister team San Miguel Beer.

The next conference, Tubid made further improvements due to the absence of Mark Caguioa and Jayjay Helterbrand in the backcourt that eventually rewarded him with an All-Star Game appearance.

In the 2008 PBA Fiesta Conference, Tubid suffered a dislocated ankle injury in a game against Alaska that forced him to sit the rest of the quarterfinals and semifinals. When the Kings were in need of a scorer in Game 4 of the finals, he came off the bench and helped Ginebra even the series at 2-2. Then when the series went to a decisive 7th game, he stepped up when his team needed him most, scoring 20 points in the game to help the Kings win their 8th title. After the series, he along with teammate Eric Menk were named co-Finals MVP of the series.

During the 2010–11 Philippine Cup, he changed his uniform number from 71 to 15 because it represents the date of his birthday.

In 2013 Ronald involved in a five-team, 10-player trade that sent him to Petron Blaze Boosters. The Blaze Boosters acquired Barako Bull top gun Ronald Tubid while giving away Jojo Duncil and Fil-Am rookie Alex Mallari and Petron’s 2014 first round pick (who turned out to be Anthony Semerad).

Awards and Records[edit]

  • 2003 PBA Mr. Quality Minutes
  • 2004 PBA 3-point Shootout Champion
  • 2005-06 PBA Mr. Quality Minutes
  • 2008 PBA co-Finals Most Valuable Player
  • 2009 PBA All-Defensive Team
  • 66th member of the PBA's 5000 career points club

Other Monickers[edit]

  • The Saint
  • The Fearless
  • Ahit Pogi
  • Totoy Hairdo

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