1975 PBA First Conference Finals

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1975 PBA First Conference Finals
Team Coach Wins
Toyota Comets Dante Silverio 3
Crispa Redmanizers Baby Dalupan 1
Dates July 24 - 31, 1975
Television KBS
Announcers DWXL
PBA First Conference Finals chronology
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The 1975 PBA First Conference Finals was the best-of-5 basketball championship series of the 1975 PBA First Conference, and the conclusion of the conference's playoffs. The Toyota Comets and the Crispa Redmanizers played for the inaugural championship contested by the league. The tournament was officially named as an All-Filipino Conference, but it was reclassified in the 2010s as an import-laced tournament since the league gave teams the option to hire foreign players or "imports". This tournament was renamed as the "1975 PBA First Conference" based on the 2013 edition of Hardcourt, the official PBA Annual.

Toyota Comets became the league's very first champion, winning their series in four games against Crispa Redmanizers. [1]

Qualification[edit]

Toyota Comets Crispa Redmanizers
Finished 13–3 (.812), 1st Eliminations Finished 12–4 (.750), 2nd
Finished 6–0 (1.000), 1st Semifinals Finished 3–3 (.500), tied for 2nd, beats U/tex in a playoff

Games summary[edit]

July 24
Toyota Comets 103, Crispa Redmanizers 107
July 28
Toyota Comets 88, Crispa Redmanizers 87
July 29
Toyota Comets 109, Crispa Redmanizers 105
July 31
Toyota Comets 117, Crispa Redmanizers 96
Toyota wins series, 3-1

Players' scoring averages[edit]

Toyota Total points Average Crispa Total points Average
Rodolfo Segura 84 21 Fortunato Co, Jr 85 21.25
Byron Jones 77 19.25 Bogs Adornado 71 17.75
Robert Jaworski 74 18.5 Philip Cezar 59 14.75
Francis Arnaiz 65 16.25 Bernie Fabiosa 42 10.5
Cristino Reynoso 46 11.5 Freddie Hubalde 38 9.5
Ramon Fernandez 45 11.25 Abet Guidaben* 23 7.67
Joaquin Rojas 12 3.0 Rey Franco 30 7.5
Orly Bauzon 7 1.75 Rudy Soriano 29 7.25
Aurelio Clariño 4 1.0 Virgilio dela Cruz 8 2.0

(*) Three games only, did not see action in Game four

Broadcast notes[edit]

Game Play-by-play Analyst
Game 1
Game 2
Game 3
Game 4

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