1989 PBA Reinforced Conference
|1989 PBA Reinforced Conference|
|Duration||October 1 – December 12, 1989|
|TV partner(s)||Vintage Sports (PTV)|
|Champions||San Miguel Beermen|
|Runners-up||Añejo Rum 65ers|
|Best Import||Carlos Briggs (Añejo)|
|PBA Reinforced Conference chronology|
|PBA conference chronology|
The 1989 Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Reinforced Conference was the third and last conference of the 1989 PBA season. It started on October 1 and ended on December 12, 1989. The tournament is an import-laden format, which requires each team to have an import standing 6 feet 1 inch.
The following format will be observed for the duration of the conference:
- Double-round robin eliminations; 10 games per team; Teams are then seeded by basis on win-loss records.
- Team with the worst record after the elimination round will be eliminated. 
- Semifinals will be two round robin affairs with the five remaining teams. Results from the elimination round will be carried over.
- The top two teams in the semifinals advance to the best of seven finals.  The last two teams dispute the third-place trophy in a best-of-five playoff.
|Qualified for semifinals|
|1||San Miguel Beermen||6||4||.600||–-|
|4||Añejo Rum 65ers||5||5||.500||1|
|6||Formula Shell Zoom Masters||3||7||.300||3|
|Qualified for finals|
|Qualified for finals playoff|
|Qualified for battle-for-third|
|1||San Miguel Beermen||12||6||.667||–-||6||2|
|2||Añejo Rum 65ers||10||8||.556||2||5||3|
Finals berth playoff
Battle for third
|Alaska Milkmen 126, Purefoods Hotdogs 102|
|Alaska wins series, 3-1|
|San Miguel Beermen 122, Añejo Rum 65ers 111|
|San Miguel wins series, 4-1|