2000 PBA All-Star Weekend

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2000 PBA All-Star Game
Date August 13, 2000
Venue San Agustin Gym, Iloilo City
← 1999
2001 →

The 2000 PBA All-Star Game is the annual All-Star Weekend of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The first out-of-town All-Star game was held on August 13, 2000 at the San Agustin Gym in Iloilo City.

PBA All-Stars vs ABC Selection[edit]

A week before the PBA Annual All-Star game, an exhibition match took place on August 6 at the Philsports Arena, featuring a PBA selection going up against the Asia's finest, some of the best players in the Asian Basketball Confederation. [1] The PBA All-Stars won easily, 101-81. [2] Johnny Abarrientos was voted MVP of the ABC-PBA All-Star Extravaganza.

Rosters[edit]

Game[edit]

August 6
PBA All-Stars 101, ABC Selection 81

PBA-ABC Side Attraction[edit]

  • Slam Dunk Competition: Mobiline's Don Camaso won over Indian R.S Robinson in the finals, 45-43.
  • Buzzerbeater event: Edward Naron of Brgy.Ginebra scored on a lay-up in the finals to outshoot Mobiline's Patrick Fran and Purefoods' Jessie Cabanayan.
  • Three-Point Shootout: Purefoods guard Boyet Fernandez edged out Chinese-Taipei's Lo Shin Liang, 21-19, in the finals.
  • Two-Ball Competition: Mobiline's Victor Pablo and Gherome Ejercito prevailed by scoring 64 points in the finals against the 39 points of the Purefoods tandem of Rey Evangelista and Rommel Daep.

All-Star Game[edit]

Rosters[edit]

Game[edit]

August 13
Veterans 93, Rookies-Sophomores-Juniors 78
San Agustin Gym, Iloilo City

The Veterans unleashed an unbelievable 25-0 run in the last eight minutes to turn back the RSJ squad, 93-78. [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PBA's finest battle Asia's best". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 
  2. ^ "PBA stars rip ABC 5". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 
  3. ^ "Veterans stun RSJ". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 
Preceded by
1999
PBA All-Star Weekend
2000
Succeeded by
2001