San Mig Coffee defeats Rain or Shine, wins PBA Grand Slam

San Mig Coffee Mixers completed PBA Grand Slam after an epic Game 5 over Rain or Shine Elasto Painters in 2014 PLDT Home Telpad PBA Governor’s Cup Finals on Wednesday, July 9 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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credits to Nuki Sabio/GMA News Online

The San Mig Coffee Mixers ended game with an over-all score of 92-89. The team swept all three league championships this season, making it a total of four (4) in a row since winning the same tournament last season.

The two-time Most Valuable Player (MVP) of Philippine Basketball Association James Yap once again starred for Mixers to lift his team in the final game, making 29 points along with 8 rebounds.

Import Marqus Blakely also helped Yap to win the game  5 who scored at least 20 points, 16 rebounds, and 9 assists.

San Mig Super Coffee Mixers became the first team to complete a Grand Slam since former PBA champ Alaska snatched the title in 1996 under coach Tim Cone.

San Mig Coffee Mixers


• James Yap-29
• Marqus Blakely-20
• Joe Devance-11
• Mark Pingris-10
• Peter June Simon-10
• Mark Barroca-6
• Maliksi-4
• Sangalang-2
• Mallari-0
• Melton-0
• Reavis-0

Rain or Shine


• Reid-23
• Lee-21
• Almazan-11
• Norwood-11
• Belga-7
• Chan-6
• Arana-4
• Cruz-2
• Uyloan-2
• Tiu-2
• Ibanes-0
• Rodriguez-0

Scores per Quarter:

• 1st Quarter 23-16
• 2nd Quarter 43-38
• 3rd Quarter 73-70
• 4th Quarter 92-89

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