1994 Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs season

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1994 Purefoods TJ Hotdogs season
Head coach Chot Reyes
All Filipino Cup results
Record 15–10
(.600)
Place 2nd
Playoff finish Finals
Commissioner's Cup results
Record 17–7
(.708)
Place 1st
Playoff finish Finals
Governors Cup results
Record 5–9
(.357)
Place 4th
Playoff finish Semifinals

Stats @ PBA-Online.net
Purefoods TJ Hotdogs seasons
1993 1995

The 1994 Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs season was the 7th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). Known as Coney Island Ice Cream Stars in the All-Filipino Cup.

Off-season transactions[edit]

ADDITIONS
Rey Evangelista Drafted Rookie
Vince Hizon Drafted Rookie
Peter Naron Drafted Rookie
Bong Ravena Acquired via Traded from San Miguel Beermen
Richie Ticzon Draft Rights acquired from Pepsi Mega
Manny Victorino Acquired via Trade from Tondeña 65 Rhum
SUBTRACTIONS
Boy Cabahug Free Agent; Signed with Pepsi Mega
Benny Cheng Traded to Tondeña 65 Rhum along with 1995 1st Round Draft Pick of Purefoods
Joey Guanio Free Agent; Signed with Shell Rimula X
Dwight Lago Traded to Pepsi Mega for 1995 2nd Round Draft Pick and 1996 2nd Round Draft Pick
Dindo Pumaren Traded to Pepsi Mega for 1995 2nd Round Draft Pick and 1996 2nd Round Draft Pick
Kevin Ramas Traded to San Miguel Beermen

Summary[edit]

The defending All-Filipino champions open their season with a 111-109 victory over Swift on March 8. [1] The Ice Cream Stars finish the eliminations at second with 7 wins and 3 losses. [2] Coney Island advances to the All-Filipino Cup finals for the seventh straight year after defeating Swift in a playoff game, they battled the San Miguel Beermen for the third consecutive time for All-Filipino supremacy. The Stars lost to the Beermen in six games.

Returning to Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs in the Commissioner's Cup, the Hotdogs acquired former Pepsi import Kenny Redfield as their import. Purefoods makes it to the finals against Alaska Milkmen, where the Hotdogs scored a 4-1 series victory to win their fourth PBA crown.

Seeded in the semifinal round of the Governor's Cup, the Hotdogs were reinforced by Byron Irvin, who lasted only two games and was replaced by 32-year-old veteran Leon Wood, a member of the US team in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics and the 76ers' first round pick. Purefoods place fourth in the season-ending conference.

Awards[edit]

  • Alvin Patrimonio wins his third Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award, becoming the first player to win back-to-back MVPs since William "Bogs" Adornado of Crispa did it in the first two years of the PBA in 1975-1976.
  • Jerry Codinera and Alvin Patrimonio were named in the Mythical Team first five selection.
  • Kenny Redfield was voted the Commissioner's Cup Best Import.

All-Filipino Cup roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Bong Ravena 1 Forward 6”2’ 195 University of the East
Rey Evangelista 7 Forward 6”3’ 180 University of Santo Tomas
Freddie Abuda 8 Center-Forward 6”4’ 200 University of Cebu
Peter Naron 9 Forward 6”3’ 185 University of the Visayas
Richie Ticzon 11 Guard 5”8’ 160 Ateneo de Manila University
Glenn Capacio 12 Guard-Forward 6”1′ 185 Far Eastern University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6”3′ 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Olsen Racela 17 Guard 5”11’ 165 Ateneo de Manila University
Frankie Lim 22 Guard 6”0’ 165 San Beda College
Vince Hizon 25 Guard-Forward 6”2’ 180 Ateneo de Manila University
Manny Victorino 33 Center-Forward 6”5’ 202 Jose Rizal College
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6”5′ 245 University of the East

Commissioner’s Cup roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Bong Ravena 1 Forward 6”2’ 195 University of the East
Kenny Redfield Import 3 Forward 6”5’ 210 Michigan State University
Abe King 6 Center-Forward 6”3’ 240 San Beda College
Rey Evangelista 7 Forward 6”3’ 180 University of Santo Tomas
Freddie Abuda 8 Center-Forward 6”4’ 200 University of Cebu
Peter Naron 9 Forward 6”3’ 185 University of the Visayas
Richie Ticzon 11 Guard 5”8’ 160 Ateneo de Manila University
Glenn Capacio 12 Guard-Forward 6”1′ 185 Far Eastern University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6”3′ 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Olsen Racela 17 Guard 5”11’ 165 Ateneo de Manila University
Frankie Lim 22 Guard 6”0’ 165 San Beda College
Vince Hizon 25 Guard-Forward 6”2’ 180 Ateneo de Manila University
Manny Victorino 33 Center-Forward 6”5’ 202 Jose Rizal College
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6”5′ 245 University of the East

Governor’s Cup roster[edit]

ROSTER # POS HT WT COLLEGE
Bong Ravena 1 Forward 6”2’ 195 University of the East
Abe King 6 Center-Forward 6”4’ 240 San Beda College
Rey Evangelista 7 Forward 6”3’ 180 University of Santo Tomas
Peter Naron 9 Forward 6”3’ 185 University of the Visayas
Richie Ticzon 11 Guard 5”8’ 160 Ateneo de Manila University
Glenn Capacio 12 Guard-Forward 6”1′ 185 Far Eastern University
Alvin Patrimonio 16 Forward 6”3′ 215 Mapua Institute of Technology
Olsen Racela 17 Guard 5”11’ 165 Ateneo de Manila University
Frankie Lim 22 Guard 6”0’ 165 San Beda College
Vince Hizon 25 Guard-Forward 6”2’ 180 Ateneo de Manila University
Manny Victorino 33 Center-Forward 6”5’ 202 Jose Rizal College
Jerry Codiñera 44 Center 6”5′ 245 University of the East
Byron Irvin Import 21 Guard 6”5’ 215 University of Missouri
Leon Wood Import, replaces Byron Irvin 32 Guard 6”3’ 210 Cal State-Fullerton

Assistant coach: Chito Narvasa Team Manager: Teddy Dimayuga

Win-Loss record[edit]

Season Rank GP Win Lost Pct.
2nd Overall 63 37 26 0.587

External links[edit]

References[edit]

Preceded by
Purefoods 1993
Purefoods 1994
1994
Succeeded by
Purefoods 1995