2013–14 San Mig Super Coffee Mixers season
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|2013-14 San Mig Super Coffee Mixers season|
|Head coach||Tim Cone|
|Owner(s)||San Miguel-Pure Foods Co., Inc.
(a San Miguel Corporation subsidiary)
|Philippine Cup results|
(def. Rain or Shine, 4–2)
|Commissioner's Cup results|
(def. Talk 'N Text, 3–1)
|Governors' Cup results|
|Playoff finish||Grand Slam Champions
(def. Rain or Shine, 3–2)
|San Mig Super Coffee Mixers seasons|
The 2013–14 San Mig Coffee Mixers season is the 26th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).
- 1 Key dates
- 2 Draft picks
- 3 Roster
- 4 Philippine Cup
- 5 Commissioner's Cup
- 6 Governors' Cup
- 7 Transactions
- 8 References
- November 3: The 2013 PBA Draft took place in Midtown Atrium, Robinson Place Manila.
- January 5: The Mixers defeated Barangay Ginebra San Miguel on a matchup that broke the record of the most people in the Mall of Asia Arena on a 79-83 victory, and an attendance of 20,600 people.
- February 12: The Mixers defeated Barangay Ginebra San Miguel in game seven of the best-of-seven series in the Semifinals of the Philippine Cup, a matchup that broke the record of the most crowd attendance in a game itself on a 110-87 victory, with an attendance of 25,000 people.
- February 26:The Mixers won their 11th Championship on the 2013-14 PBA Philippine Cup defeating Rain or Shine, 4 wins to 2.
- March 16: The Mixers again defeated Barangay Ginebra San Miguel on a 90-80 showdown, the matchup tallied the highest crowd attendance on the 2014 Commissioner's Cup.
- May 7: The Mixers won against the Air21 Express on a do-or-die matchup on the Game 5 of the 2014 Commissioner's Semifinals, and booking their third straight final appearance and fifth on the last seven conferences, it also tallies the sixth do or die game which the team survived since the 2013 Governors' Cup.
- May 15: Coach Tim Cone won his 17th PBA Championship in a 100-91 showdown against the Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters, on the first three quarters, the Texter dominated the game, but the Mixers rallied back even the lead was even blown up to 17, they eventually won the game, and the rest of the Mixers also won the franchise's 12th championship, it also tallies three straight championship of the team, and four championship in the last eight conferences, James Yap won his third Finals MVP award.
- June 1: The Mixers defeated Barangay Ginebra San Miguel, 100-88, it also tallied the most attendance in this season's Governors' Cup.
- June 3: Yancy de Ocampo and Val Acuña was traded to GlobalPort Batang Pier in exchange of Yousef Taha and Ronnie Matias.
- June 17: The Mixers won against the San Miguel Beermen, tallying the eight-straight semi-final appearance of the franchise since the 2012 PBA Commissioner's Cup.
- June 18: TV analyst and former PBA player Jason Webb is hired as assistant coach.
- June 27: The Mixers won against the Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters on their semi-final series, to tally their fourth straight final appearance and sixth in the last eight conferences, and surviving eight-straight on do-or-die games.
- July 9: The Mixers became the fourth team in PBA history to win the coveted Grand Slam after they won the deciding Game 5 of Governors Cup Finals, 92-89 against Rain or Shine Elasto Painters. James Yap was named the Finals MVP as he scored 29 points on 12 of 18 shooting from the field. This was the Mixers' 9th straight win in do or die games they played. Tim Cone became the only coach in PBA history to win 2 Grand Slams on two different teams. With this Grand Slam, the Mixers also had four-peat run, their 13th PBA title overall, tying them with the fabled Crispa Redmanizers for 3rd place in all-time list.
|Round||Pick||Player||Position||Nationality||PBA D-League team||College|
|1||2||Ian Sangalang||PF/C||Philippines||NLEX Road Warriors||San Sebastian|
|1||10||Justin Chua||C||Philippines||Black Water Sports||Ateneo|
|2||3||Justin Melton||PG||United States||None||Mount Olive|
|San Mig Super Coffee Mixers roster|
– clinched quarterfinals with twice-to-beat advantage, – clinched outright quarterfinals, – clinched quarterfinals with twice-to-win disadvantage, – eliminated
|1||y–Barangay Ginebra San Miguel||11||3||.786||—||1.155|
|2||y–Rain or Shine Elasto Painters||11||3||.786||—||0.866|
|3||x–Petron Blaze Boosters||10||4||.714||1|
|4||x–Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters||8||6||.571||3|
|5||x–San Mig Super Coffee Mixers||7||7||.500||4|
|6||x–Barako Bull Energy||5||9||.357||6||1.058|
|7||w–GlobalPort Batang Pier||5||9||.357||6||1.011|
|(Best-of-3)||5||San Mig Coffee||4|
|4||Talk 'N Text||1|
|5||San Mig Coffee||2|
|5||San Mig Coffee||4|
|(#2 twice-to-beat)||2||Rain or Shine||2|
|2||Rain or Shine||106|
|2||Rain or Shine||4|
– clinched twice to beat in the quarterfinals, – clinched best-of-3 quarterfinals, – clinched twice to win in the quarterfinals, – eliminated
|1||y–Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters||9||0||1.000||–|
|2||y–San Miguel Beermen||7||2||.778||2|
|4||x–Rain or Shine Elasto Painters||5||4||.556||4||1.22|
|6||x–San Mig Super Coffee Mixers||4||5||.444||5|
|8||w–Barangay Ginebra San Miguel||3||6||.333||6||0.98|
|9||e–Barako Bull Energy||2||7||.222||7|
|10||e–GlobalPort Batang Pier||1||8||.111||8|
|1||Talk 'N Text||97|
|1||Talk 'N Text||3|
|(Best-of-3)||4||Rain or Shine||0|
|4||Rain or Shine||2|
|1||Talk 'N Text||1|
|(#2 twice-to-beat)||6||San Mig Coffee||3|
|(Best-of-3)||6||San Mig Coffee||3|
|6||San Mig Coffee||2|
– clinched twice to beat in the quarterfinals, – clinched twice to win in the quarterfinals, – eliminated
|1||y- Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters||7||2||.778||–|
|2||y- Rain or Shine Elasto Painters||6||3||.667||1|
|3||y- Alaska Aces||5||4||.556||2||1.08|
|4||y- San Mig Super Coffee Mixers||5||4||.556||2||1.02|
|5||x- San Miguel Beermen||5||4||.556||2||0.99|
|6||x- Barangay Ginebra San Miguel||5||4||.556||2||0.97|
|7||x- Air21 Express||5||4||.556||2||0.94|
|8||x- Barako Bull Energy||3||6||.333||4||1.01|
|9||e- Meralco Bolts||3||6||.333||4||0.99|
|10||e- GlobalPort Batang Pier||1||8||.125||6|
|(#1 twice to beat)|
|1||Talk 'N Text||99|
|1||Talk 'N Text||2|
|(#4 twice to beat)||4||San Mig Coffee||3|
|4||San Mig Coffee||97|
|4||San Mig Coffee||3|
|(#2 twice to beat)||2||Rain or Shine||2|
|2||Rain or Shine||111|
|2||Rain or Shine||3|
|(#3 twice to beat)||3||Alaska||2|
|Commissioner's Cup||James Mays||March 12 (vs. GlobalPort)||May 15 (vs. Talk 'N Text)||12–9|
|Governors' Cup||Marqus Blakely||May 21 (vs. Barako Bull)||July 9 (vs. Rain or Shine)||12–8|
- "San Mig Coffee dominates Ginebra, set up Finals series against Rain or Shine". GMA News Online.
- "San Mig Super Coffee nails Govs' Cup, Coveted Grand Slam". pba.inquirer.net.