1989 Purefoods Hotdogs season

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1989 Purefoods Hotdogs season
Head coach Cris Calilan
Baby Dalupan
Owner(s) Ayala Corporation
Open Conference results
Record 7–11
(.389)
Place 5th
Playoff finish Semifinals
All-Filipino Conference results
Record 16–9
(.640)
Place 2nd
Playoff finish Finals
Reinforced Conference results
Record 11–12
(.478)
Place 4th
Playoff finish Semifinals

Stats @ PBA-Online.net
Purefoods Hotdogs seasons
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1990  →

The 1989 Purefoods Hotdogs season was the 2nd season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Off-season transactions[edit]

ADDITIONS
Nelson Asaytono Drafted Rookie
Sonny Cabatu Acquired via Trade from Presto Ice Cream
Tony Dela Cerna Drafted Rookie
Pido Jarencio Acquired via trade from Presto Ice Cream
Dindo Pumaren Drafted Rookie
Naning Valenciano Acquired via Trade from Alaska Air Force by giving up their 2nd round pick
SUBTRACTIONS
Willie Generalao Traded to Presto Ice Cream
Abet Guidaben Release to Alaska Air Force
Padim Israel Traded to Presto Ice Cream
Manuel Marquez Traded to Presto Ice Cream
Jose Yango Free Agent; unsigned

Occurrences[edit]

Former Presto coach Baby Dalupan moved over to coach the Purefoods Hotdogs, replacing Cris Calilan, who return to his position as assistant coach. The Maestro began coaching the Hotdogs in their second game in the semifinal round of the Open Conference. [1]

During the third conference, their import Dexter Shouse left the team on a crucial stages in the semifinals with a playoff game against Añejo for the second finals berth looms. Shouse signed a contract to play in the NBA and was banned by the PBA for a repeat of his similar actions in the league, leaving his team first with Shell in 1987.

Notable dates[edit]

May 2: Alvin Patrimonio scored 40 points as Purefoods won for the first time over San Miguel in four meetings in the Open Conference via 126-115 victory.

July 18: Purefoods avenged their first round elimination loss to San Miguel by overpowering the Beermen, 125-115, and tied them on top of the standings with seven wins and two losses. [2]

July 23: The Hotdogs' winning streak reach to seven games in a 117-106 victory over Formula Shell and close out the eliminations on top with nine wins and two losses. [3]

October 3: Dexter Shouse scored 38 points, 21 in the first quarter, and Jerry Codinera made an all-time record 11 shot blocks as the Hotdogs gave the San Miguel Beermen their worst beating in a 126-94 rout in both teams' first game in the Reinforced Conference.

November 5: Dindo Pumaren converted on a 20-foot jumper with two seconds left to lift the Hotdogs to a 121-119 overtime win over San Miguel, for their seventh win in 11 games, snapping a three-game slump and regain solo leadership in the semifinal round. [4]

November 9: Purefoods scored their third straight win in the semifinals, winning against Alaska, 116-111, to remain on top of the standings with nine wins and four losses. [5]

Open Conference roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Perry Moss Import 4 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 Northeastern University
Sonny Cabatu 5 Center 6"5' 205 PSBA
Jojo Lastimosa 6 Guard-Forward 6"0' 180 University of San Jose Recoletos
Antonio Dela Cerna 7 Forward 6"0' 170 University of Baguio
Al Solis 8 Guard 5"11' 180 University of Visayas
Joshua Villapando 9 Forward 6"1' 175 PSBA
Dindo Pumaren 10 Guard 5"9' 170 De La Salle University
Nelson Asaytono 11 Forward 6"3' 220 University of Manila
Glenn Capacio 12 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 Far Eastern University
Jack Tanuan 14 Center 6"5' 215 Far Eastern University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6"3' 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Ludovico Valenciano 17 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 University of St. La Salle
Jimmy McClain Import, replaced by Perry Moss after 5 games 23 Forward 6"3' 180 University of Central Arkansas
Pido Jarencio 25 Guard 5"9' 170 University of Santo Tomas
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6"6' 245 University of the East

All-Filipino Conference roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Alejo Alolor Mid-season acquisition 2 Guard-Forward 6"1' 160 University of Visayas
Sonny Cabatu 5 Center 6"5' 205 PSBA
Jojo Lastimosa 6 Guard-Forward 6"0' 180 University of San Jose Recoletos
Antonio Dela Cerna 7 Forward 6"0' 170 University of Baguio
Al Solis 8 Guard 5"11' 180 University of Visayas
Ludovico Valenciano 9 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 University of St. La Salle
Dindo Pumaren 10 Guard 5"9' 170 De La Salle University
Nelson Asaytono 11 Forward 6"3' 220 University of Manila
Glenn Capacio 12 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 Far Eastern University
Jack Tanuan 14 Center 6"5' 215 Far Eastern University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6"3' 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Pido Jarencio 25 Guard 5"9' 170 University of Santo Tomas
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6"6' 245 University of the East

Reinforced Conference roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Alejo Alolor 2 Guard-Forward 6"1' 160 University of Visayas
Dexter Shouse Import 3 Guard-Forward 6"1' 200 University of South Alabama
Sonny Cabatu 5 Center 6"5' 205 PSBA
Jojo Lastimosa 6 Guard-Forward 6"0' 180 University of San Jose Recoletos
Antonio Dela Cerna 7 Forward 6"0' 170 University of Baguio
Al Solis 8 Guard 5"11' 180 University of Visayas
Ludovico Valenciano 9 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 University of St. La Salle
Dindo Pumaren 10 Guard 5"9' 170 De La Salle University
Nelson Asaytono 11 Forward 6"3' 220 University of Manila
Glenn Capacio 12 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 Far Eastern University
Jack Tanuan 14 Center 6"5' 215 Far Eastern University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6"3' 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Pido Jarencio 25 Guard 5"9' 170 University of Santo Tomas
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6"6' 245 University of the East

Assistant coach: Eliezer Capacio / Cris Calilan Team Manager: Domingo Panganiban

Win-Loss record[edit]

Season Rank GP Win Lost Pct.
2nd Overall 66 34 32 0.515

Team Milestones[edit]

1st Runner-Up: All-Filipino Conference
Mythical 1st Team Alvin Patrimonio
Mythical 2nd Team Jerry Codiñera
All Defensive Team Jerry Codiñera, Glenn Capacio

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Presto takes on Purefoods". Manila Standard - Google News Archive Search. 
  2. ^ "Purefoods outclasses San Miguel". Manila Standard - Google News Archive Search. 
  3. ^ "Patrimonio 10.ft tall as Purefoods drubs Shell". Manila Standard - Google News Archive Search. 
  4. ^ "OT epics by Añejo, Purefoods". Manila Standard - Google News Archive Search. 
  5. ^ "Purefoods rolls back Alaska Milk". Manila Standard - Google News Archive Search. 


Preceded by
Purefoods 1988
Purefoods 1989
1989
Succeeded by
Purefoods 1990