2011 PBA All-Star Weekend

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2011 PBA All-Star Weekend
2011 PBA All-Star Game logo.png
1 2 3 4 Total
South All-Stars 31 40 34 24 129
North All-Stars 41 29 33 30 133
Date May 18–23, 2011
Venue Boracay Convention Center, Boracay, Aklan
MVP Marc Pingris
(B-Meg Derby Ace Llamados)
2010
2012

The 2011 PBA All-Star Weekend was the annual all-star weekend of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA)'s 2010–11 PBA season. The events were held from May 18 to 23, 2011 at the Boracay Convention Center, Boracay, Aklan.[1]

Friday events[edit]

Coca-Cola Obstacle Challenges[edit]

Time in seconds.

Name First round Championship
Jonas Villanueva 29.3 29.1
Ronjay Buenafe 29.7 32.1
Chris Ross 28.0 33.5
LA Tenorio 30.1
Willie Miller 31.7
Alex Cabagnot 32.2
Sean Anthony[note 1] 40.1
Josh Urbiztondo 43.4
Jimmy Alapag 43.7
  • Gold color represent the current champion.

Maynilad Three-point Shootout[edit]

Name First round Championship
Mark Macapagal 12 17
Ronald Tubid 14 16
Jimmy Alapag 13 15
Sunday Salvacion 11
Mark Cardona 10
Dondon Hontiveros 9
Ronjay Buenafe 9
Joe Devance 7
James Yap 7
  • Gold color represent the current champion.

Meralco High-Voltage Slamdunk Contest[edit]

Name First round Second round Championship
Kelly Williams 49 50 92
Rey Guevarra 49 46 84
J.C. Intal 42 50
Ronald Tubid 41 48
Elmer Espiritu 36 45
Josh Vanlandingham[note 2] 41 36
Jay Washington

Rookie-Sophomore Blitz Game[edit]

Rosters[edit]

Game[edit]

May 20
Rookies 114, Sophomores 106
Scoring by quarter: 27–23, 30–27, 35–34, 32–32
Pts: Labagala 25, Vanlandingham 17, Espiritu 16, Thiele 15, Wilson 14, Anthony 12, Guevarra 9, Weinstein 6 Pts: Rodriguez 27, Cruz 21, Gaco 19, Urbiztondo 15, Ross 14, Oreta 13
Robert Labagala and Sean Anthony was named the game's co-most valuable players.
  • 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
Mark Macapagal 13 10 Alvin Patrimonio
Ronald Tubid 18 9 Ato Agustin
Jimmy Alapag 12 12 Allan Caidic
Total 43 31 Total
  • Top 3 finalist in the three-point shootout will battle against the three shootout legend.

All-Star Game[edit]

Rosters[edit]

Game[edit]

May 22
6:30 p.m.
North All-Stars 133, South All-Stars 129
Scoring by quarter: 41–31, 29–40, 33–34, 30–24
Pts: Pingris 24, Santos 21, Raymundo 19, Miller 16, Al-Hussaini 11, Tenorio 10, Carey 8, Cardona 8, Norwood 6, Intal 4, Cabagnot 4, de Ocampo 2 Pts: Hontiveros 19, Yap 15, Washington 15, Taulava 15, Devance 14, Alapag 14, Seigle 12, Simon 12, Baguio 6, Thoss 3, Williams 2, Menk 2

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ [2]Sean Anthony of Powerade Tigers replaced his teammate Gary David due to absent.
  2. ^ [3]Josh Vanlandingham of Rain or Shine Elasto Painters replaced his teammate Gabe Norwood due to injury.
  3. ^ [5]LA Tenorio replace Mark Caguioa in the starting lineup due to his family problems back in the U.S.
  4. ^ [5]JC Intal was added to the lineup after the absence of his teammate Mark Caguioa.

References[edit]

  1. ^ YAP, J-WASH, PINGRIS, CAGUIOA STILL HOLD SWAY IN ALL-STAR BALLOTTING, PBA.ph, April 8, 2011
  2. ^ "2011-05-16". Retrieved 2010-10-24. 
  3. ^ "2011-05-16". Retrieved 2010-10-24. 
  4. ^ http://www.pba.ph/news/entry/904
  5. ^ a b "NORTH ALL STARS MAKE IT TWO IN A ROW". May 22, 2011. Retrieved 2013-05-13. 

See also[edit]

Preceded by
2010
PBA All-Star Weekend
2011
Succeeded by
2012