1995 Pepsi Mega season

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1995 Pepsi Mega Bottlers season
Head coach Yeng Guiao
Owner(s) Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc.
All Filipino Cup results
Record 4–6
(.400)
Place 8th
Playoff finish N/A
Commissioner's Cup results
Record 1–9
(.100)
Place 8th
Playoff finish N/A
Governors Cup results
Record 2–8
(.200)
Place 7th
Playoff finish N/A
Pepsi Mega Bottlers seasons
1994 1996

The 1995 Pepsi Mega Bottlers season was the 6th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Off-season transactions[edit]

TRANSACTIONS
Saturnino Garrido Acquired via free agency
Kevin Ramas Acquired from San Miguel when they traded Gido Babilonia
Alvin Teng Acquired from San Miguel when they traded Victor Pablo

Summary[edit]

All-Filipino Cup: The Bottlers won their first two games of the season, upsetting Alaska Milkmen in overtime, 99-93 on February 21, followed by a 94-80 win over San Miguel on February 28. The Mega Bottlers were at four wins and two losses when they lost their last four games in the eliminations and were ousted from the semifinals along with San Miguel Beer and Ginebra.

Commissioner's Cup: Import Bob McCann scored 44 points, leading Pepsi Mega to a 91-87 win over Formula Shell in the opening game on June 9, spoiled the debut of the much-hype Shell reinforcement Jarvis Matthews. The Bottlers lost all their remaining games, with McCann being replaced by Kelbey Stuckey in Pepsi's last three matches.

Governors Cup: Donnie Seale played two games in which Pepsi narrowly lost to Shell and Purefoods, Seale was sent home in favor of Gregory Guy, who lasted three games and also didn't impressed the coaching staff, coming in to replace Greg Guy was Derrick Canada. On October 15, Pepsi Mega won over Ginebra San Miguel, 112-106, in a match-up between the league's two doormat teams. The Bottlers close out their season campaign by winning their last game against Sta.Lucia Realtors, 97-91 on November 10.[1]

Roster[edit]

Pos. No. Player School
F 2 Philippines Dwight Lago De La Salle
G 3 Philippines Romeo Lopez Arellano University
G 7 Philippines Eugene Quilban San Sebastian
F 8 Philippines Alvin Teng Arellano University
G 9 Philippines Elmer Cabahug University of Visayas
G 10 Philippines Dindo Pumaren De La Salle
G 11 Philippines Allan Garrido San Sebastian
F 12 Philippines Cadel Mosqueda Arellano University
F 14 Philippines Larry Villanil Southern Philippines
F 15 Philippines Joey Santamaria De La Salle
C 17 Philippines Kevin Ramas Mapua Tech
C 18 Philippines Rey Cuenco Gregorio Araneta University
F 32 Philippines Bobby Jose UST
F 30 United States Bob McCann (C) Morehead State University
F 4 United States Kelbey Stuckey (C)
G United States Donnie Seale (G) North Carolina State University
G United States Greg Guy (G) University of Texas-Pan American
G 5 United States Derrick Canada (G) West Point University
Position Name/s
Head coach: Philippines Yeng Guiao
Assistants: Roehl Nadurata / Bong Go
Commissioner's Cup import - (C), Governor's Cup import - (G) '

Team Manager: Dindo Raymundo

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