2007 PBA All-Star Weekend

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2007 PBA All-Star Weekend
2007 PBA All-Star Weekend logo.png
1 2 3 4 Total
South All-Stars 48 36 25 33 142
North All-Stars 31 48 35 31 145
Date April 25–29, 2007
Venue University of Baguio Gym, Baguio City
MVP Jayjay Helterbrand / Willie Miller
Attendance 4000
2006
2008

The 2007 PBA All-Star Weekend was the annual all-star weekend of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA)'s 2006–07 PBA season. The events were held at the Pacoy Ortega Gym, San Fernando City, La Union and at the University of Baguio Gym, Baguio City.

Thursday events[edit]

Obstacle Challenge[edit]

Time in seconds.

Name First round Championship
Willie Miller 33 30
Gary David 33 31
Denok Miranda 33 50
Alex Cabagnot 30 50
Topex Robinson 35
LA Tenorio 38
Jayjay Helterbrand 39
Jimmy Alapag 40
Jireh Ibañes 48
Roger Yap 51

Shooting Stars Challenge[edit]

Jayjay Helterbrand, Dominic Uy and San Fernando City councilor Panding Nince def. Mick Pennisi, Richard del Rosario and councilor Pablo Ortega.

Trick Shot Challenge[edit]

Dennis Miranda def. Ranidel de Ocampo and Ronald Tubid.

Three-point shootout[edit]

Name First round Championship
Dondon Hontiveros 16 16
Willie Miller 19 15
Gary David 15 14
Mark Caguioa 15 12
Larry Fonacier 14
Kerby Raymundo 13
Renren Ritualo 11
Niño Gelig 6

Hontiveros, Miller and David qualified for the Legends Shootout.

Slam Dunk competition[edit]

Name Score Type
Niño Canaleta 79 Free-throw line leap, windmill
Jay Washington 54

Failed to qualify: Kelly Williams, Gabby Espinas, Aaron Aban, Ronald Tubid

Rookie-Sophomore Blitz Game[edit]

April 26
Rookies 122, Sophomores 107
Pts: Santos 31, Tenorio 18, Reyes 17, Andaya 17, Yeo 13, Espinas 13, Ibañes 11, Aban 2 Pts: Washington 28, Canaleta 25, Macapagal 23, Bugia 8, Miranda 8, Cabagnot 7, Najorda 6, Holper 2
Arwind Santos was named the game's most valuable player.
Pacoy Ortega Gym, San Fernando City, La Union
Attendance: 4,000+

In the game, there were four 10-minute quarters, the 8-second rule was lessened into 6 seconds, the shot clock was cut into 18 seconds, and a slam dunk counted for three points.

Sunday events[edit]

Legends Shootout[edit]

Active players Score Legends
Gary David 16 13 Ato Agustin
Willie Miller 20 6 Pido Jarencio
Dondon Hontiveros 13 16 Ato Agustin
Total 49 35 Total

All-Star Game[edit]

Rosters[edit]

Game[edit]

April 29
South All-Stars 142, North All-Stars 145
Scoring by quarter: 48–31, 36–48, 25–35, 33–31
Pts: Kelly Williams 28
Rebs: Kelly Williams 10
Pts: Helterbrand 25
Rebs: Miller 12
Asts: Willie Miller 10
Jayjay Helterbrand and Willie Miller named the game's co-most valuable players.
University of Baguio Gym, Baguio City
Attendance: 4,000

The All Star Game started with a crazy dance by the South All-Stars. The addition of the three point dunk added to the output of the highest scoring (half-time) in PBA all-star history. The South led by as much as 20 points in the game only to be defeated by the North All-Stars, the trend wherein the host always win has not yet been broken.

References[edit]

Preceded by
2006
PBA All-Star Weekend
2007
Succeeded by
2008