1999 MBA Season


2nd Season

Final Standings

Northern Conference

                          Regular Season         Playoffs
Division I             GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  Head Coach
Manila Metrostars      30   26    4   .867  18   12    6   .667  Louie Alas
Pampanga Dragons       30   16   14   .533  10    4    6   .400
$Nueva Ecija Patriots  30    7   23   .233                       Nemie Villegas
*Pangasinan Waves      30    5   25   .167                       Chot Reyes/Robert Sison
Division II            GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  Head Coach
Pasig Rizal Pirates    30   23    7   .767  13    7    6   .538
San Juan Knights       30   20   10   .667  11    5    6   .455
Laguna Lakers          30   16   14   .533   3    1    2   .333
Batangas Blades        30   12   18   .400   3    1    2   .333
Southern Conference
Division I             GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  Head Coach
Negros Slashers        30   19   11   .633   4    1    3   .250
Cebu Gems              30   18   12   .600  20   11    9   .550  Tonichi Yturri
Iloilo Megavolts       30   17   13   .567  14    8    6   .571
Division II            GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  GP  Won  Lost  PCT.  Head Coach
Davao Eagles           30   20   10   .667   7    3    4   .429
Socsargen Marlins      30   10   20   .333   6    2    4   .333
Cagayan De Oro Amigos  30   10   20   .333   3    1    2   .333
Surigao Miners         30    6   24   .200
$Nemie Villegas coached part of Nueva Ecija Patriots' 2000 season
*After a 0-5 start for the Pangasinan Waves, Chot Reyes took over the head coaching duties for the next ten games. Chot Reyes' coaching record is 3-7. Robert Sison took over the coaching duties for the rest of the season and went 2-13
Most Valuable Player  Alex Compton    Manila Metrostars
Champions             Manila Metrostars
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