Almost forgot to write about this. I ran a poll from Aug. 23 to Oct. 4, 2011, a total of 35 days, asking the ff.:
- ‘Oo Kalokohan na yan’ got 56% or 48 votes.
- ‘Hindi, maayos naman’ got 28% or 24 votes.
- ‘Hindi ako sigurado’ got 16% or 13 votes.
Continue reading “48 Out Of 85 People Think 'Niloloko Lang Tayo Ng PBA'”
I am now ending the previous poll ‘NBA 2007-08 Champions’, listing all the teams in the NBA Playoffs, and starting a new one, with just the Celtics and the Lakers as choices.
Congratulations to all the BallEx readers who got it right! As of today, June 2, 2008, 208 voted, with 62% (128) voting for the Lakers followed by 14% (30) for the Celtics. The Hornets (15) and the Cavaliers (14) both got 7% with 5% to the Defending Champion Spurs (11), 4% to the Eastern Championship contender Pistons (9), and zero percent for Utah (1) and Orlando (0) respectively.
Continue reading “New Polls: Celtics vs. Lakers”
What do [tag]Carlo Sharma[/tag], [tag]Denver Lopez[/tag], [tag]Gary David[/tag], [tag]PJ Simon[/tag] have in common? Well, all of them are in the running for the yearend most improved player plum. Itâ€™s not simply a jump in scoring, rebounding or in any statistical average. The award is given to a player who has made the most improvement in terms of overall game and has contributed to his teamâ€™s success the current season.
Last year, it was [tag]Marc Pingris[/tag] (2005-06 PBA Philippine Cup finals MVP and 2005-06 Defensive Player of the Year) who won the award. Pingris saw his averages in points, rebounds and block shots jump from 4.63ppg, 3.1rppg, 0.38bpg to 8.9ppg, 8.5rpg, 1.63bpg. More importantly, he played a pivotal part in the Giantsâ€™ two finals stint in the 2005-06 season. This year, Sharma, Lopez, Baguio, David and PJ Simon have equal chances of winning the same award. Denver Lopez went from a draft bust (a highly-hyped rookie out of Colorado) to a starter at the point for the Welcoat Dragons.
Continue reading “Who is the PBAâ€™s most improved player?”
Ballex has some new changes with re to our very active and well – used polls.
- First of, an amazing 1196 people voted for our Rookie of the Year Polls. Our top three includes Chris Pacana as the a hands – down winner garnering 24%, Kelly Williams following with 19% and LA Tenorio with 13%. We’d like to thank everyone who participated in this, and many of our previous polls. You can view the complete results here.
- Second bit of news is that we have a new Most Improved Player Polls which you might notice to the right, featuring the Tiger’s Gary David, DLSU alum Carlo Sharma with his come – from – nowhere performances, the TJ Hotdog’s young Peter June ‘PJ’ Simon, and Welcoat hotshot Denver Lopez (Welcoat does not seem have a website so sorry, no link). This poll will run for 30 days.
Continue reading “ROY Results, New MIP Polls and new Poll rules (updated)”
The UAAP President wants people to forget about it, but we can’t!
And so we have new polls asking what everybody (admit it) really wants to know!
Will the UAAP ’69 Men’s Basketball winning team deserve to be called Champions, even if they don’t play DLSU?
Discuss it here!
The Mavs and Suns win – and seven people out of sixteen (including myself), who voted for the Spurs are DEAD WRONG! Here’s the tally as of today, May 23, 2006:
total = 16
As for the East, most everyone (including me thankfully) got it right:
total = 15
look to your right to check out the new poll! Obviously it’s Mavs vs. Suns and Pistons vs. Heat. So what are you waiting for? Rise to the challenge! Reach deep inside! Think long and hard!
(Then tell us why below!)