Triple-V Foodmasters

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Triple-V Foodmasters
Leagues Philippine Basketball League
Founded1991
HistoryTriple-V Foodmasters 1991-1992
Team colorsWhite, red
Head coach Derrick Pumaren
ChampionshipsTriple-V Foodmasters (3):
1991 Challenge Cup
1991-1992 Philippine Cup
1992 Invitational Cup

The Triple-V Foodmasters is a former Philippine Basketball League (PBL) team which lasted two years in the premier amateur league from 1991-1992.

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Championships

Triple-V won their first PBL title in only their second participated tournament in the import-flavored Challenge Cup, the Foodmasters defeated defending champion Crispa 400, 3 games to 1.

They repeated as back-to-back champions in the following year as they overcame a tough challenge by Sta. Lucia Realtors in winning the Philippine Cup title in a five-game series. They lost to the same Realtors in the championship via sweep in the following conference.

In the last offering of the 1992 PBL season called Invitational Cup, Triple-V drafted three players from the disbanded Crispa White Cement squad, they are Johnny Abarrientos, Felix Duhig and Freddie Abuda, and they took in Michael Mustre from A & W Hamburgers, which also sought a leave of absence from the league. [1] Triple-V won their third title in the last four conferences and scored a similar 3-0 sweep and exact revenge over championship rival Sta.Lucia Realtors. [2]

Roster list

See also

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References

  1. "Abarrientos' blitz powers Triple-V past Magnolia". Manila Standard.
  2. "Triple-V cages go the kill today". Manila Standard. 1992-12-19. Retrieved 2011-09-10.