1991 Purefoods Hotdogs season

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1991 Purefoods TJ Hotdogs season
Head coach Baby Dalupan
Ely Capacio
First Conference results
Record 10–12
(.455)
Place 4th
Playoff finish Semifinals
All-Filipino Conference results
Record 15–9
(.625)
Place 1st
Playoff finish Finals
Third Conference results
Record 2–9
(.182)
Place 8th
Playoff finish Eliminated

Stats @ PBA-Online.net
Purefoods TJ Hotdogs seasons
1990 1992

The 1991 Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs season was the 4th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Off-season transactions[edit]

ADDITIONS
Boy Cabahug Acquired via Trade from Alaska Milkmen
Rudy Enterina Drafted Rookie
Elmer Reyes Acquired via trade from Alaska in exchange for a first round pick
Joey Santamaria Drafted Rookie
Leoncio Tan Acquired via Trade from Diet Sarsi
SUBTRACTIONS
Gido Babilonia Free Agent; Signed with Shell Rimula X
Arturo Cristobal Free Agent: Signed with Presto Tivoli
Bernie Fabiosa Free Agent; Signed with Diet Sarsi
Jojo Lastimosa Traded to Alaska Milkmen for Boy Cabahug
Al Solis Release to Diet Sarsi when Purefoods didn't match the offer sheet
Naning Valenciano Free Agent; Signed with Pepsi Cola

Occurrences[edit]

The March 17 game between Purefoods and Shell was put under protest when Hotdogs import Richard Hollis converted on a follow-up shot as time expired giving the Hotdogs a one-point win, 124-123. [1] The controversial match was ordered to be replayed and scheduled on April 9. [2]

When Purefoods defeated Pepsi Hotshots, 105-95 in Cabanatuan City on March 23, a fistfight occurred between guards Dindo Pumaren and Jun Reyes of Pepsi with only 1:30 left in the game. It was further aggrevivated when hotdogs rookie Joey Santamaria enter the fray. [3]

Following a 107-124 loss to Shell during the first round of the semifinals in the First Conference on April 18, coach Baby Dalupan has submitted his resignation, citing indifferences with the Purefoods management as his reason for quitting the team. Assistant coach Ely Capacio took over the vacant spot left by the league's winningest coach.

Import Richard Hollis left the team unnoticed prior to their must win situation against Ginebra San Miguel during the last playing date of the semifinals in the First Conference on May 2. It was the second time in Purefoods history that an import deserted them in an all-important game. [4]

Pepsi Cola tendered an offer sheet amounting to P25.3 million for the services of hotdogs' forward Alvin Patrimonio, whose contract expired on June 30. The Purefoods management as expected, matched Pepsi's tempting offer, making Alvin Patrimonio the highest paid cager in the league.

Championship[edit]

The Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs won their first All-Filipino crown over corporate rival Diet Sarsi, the finals victory was the Hotdogs' second title in the last three conferences.

First Conference roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Elmer Reyes 4 Forward 6"1' 170 San Beda College
Elmer Cabahug 9 Guard 5"11' 165 University of the Visayas
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 Moved to Diet Sarsi in the 2nd week of April 14 Center 6"5' 215 Far Eastern University
Joey Santamaria 15 Forward 6"3' 200 De La Salle University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6"3' 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Leoncio Tan 17 Guard 6"0' 170 De La Salle University
Rodolfo Enterina 24 Guard 6"0' 180 University of the Visayas
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6"5' 245 University of the East
Richard Hollis Import 00 Center-Forward 6"4' 187 University of Houston

All-Filipino Conference roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Elmer Reyes 4 Forward 6"1' 170 San Beda College
Elmer Cabahug 9 Guard 5"11' 165 University of the Visayas
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
Joey Santamaria 15 Forward 6"3' 200 De La Salle University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6"3' 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Leoncio Tan 17 Guard 6"0' 170 De La Salle University
Rodolfo Enterina 24 Guard 6"0' 180 University of the Visayas
Harmon Codiñera Mid-season acquisition 31 Forward-Center 6"4' 200 Far Eastern University
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6"5' 245 University of the East

Third Conference roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Elmer Reyes 4 Forward 6"1' 170 San Beda College
Elmer Cabahug 9 Guard 5"11' 165 University of the Visayas
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
Joey Santamaria 15 Forward 6"3' 200 De La Salle University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6"3' 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Leoncio Tan 17 Guard 6"0' 170 De La Salle University
Rodolfo Enterina 24 Guard 6"0' 180 University of the Visayas
Harmon Codiñera 31 Forward-Center 6"4' 200 Far Eastern University
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6"5' 245 University of the East
Darryl Johnson Import, played three games 3 Guard-Forward 6"1' 185 Michigan State University
Sedric Toney Import, replace Darryl Johnson 3 Guard-Forward 6"2' 185 University of Dayton

Assistant Coach: Cris Calilan Team Manager: Domingo Panganiban

Win-Loss record[edit]

Season Rank GP Win Lost Pct.
6th Overall 57 27 30 0.474

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Buzzer-beater carries Purefoods". Manila Standard. 
  2. ^ "Purefoods-Shell replay ruled". Manila Standard. 
  3. ^ "Fight mars Purefoods victory over Pepsi". Manila Standard. 
  4. ^ "Hollis dumps Purefoods". Manila Standard. 


Preceded by
Purefoods 1990
Purefoods 1991
1991
Succeeded by
Purefoods 1992