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Toyota Tamaraw

Toyota Super Corollas

blue and white (1977-1980,

Blue, yellow and white 1981)

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Toyota is a Japanese that was exclusively distributed by Motors Corporation. owned by Bulacan congressman and Marcos Ricardo Silverio, Sr. The team was known as the Komatsu Comets in the Industrial and Commercial Athletic (MICAA), one of the more successful of the amateur commercial league to the inception of the PBA. Sometime in 1975, five MICAA met together at the old Elizalde canteen to a pre-organizational agreement for the formation of is now known as the Philippine Basketball Dante Silverio. Ricardo nephew, was the official representative of who signed on the dotted line.

the league started, Toyota was to be the Comets, retaining its nick they used when were still branded as Sometime in 1977 or 1978. came out with a new fleet the Tamaraw, a utility vehicle specifically for small to medium Hence, they became the Tamaraws. They also had an team at that time in the MICAA, known as MAN Diesel. MAN like their professional were likewise successful in the and was considered as one of 3 of the powerhouse teams of the league, along with Mills and Imperial Textile MAN Diesel also became as Frigidaire, the refrigerator maker, Silverio was the owner of the said Also in 1978, a sister Filmanbank, a bank also by Silverio, joined the league buying the 7-Up Uncolas’ In the process, the Tamaraws were to secure the biggest name of the at that time, a 5’9 named Danny Florencio used to play for Crispa in the since Filmanbank allowed most prized player to be to their sister team. to that, Florencio sizzled a league high 64 points in a of 7-Up despite having two import teammates in 7’0 Stroud and 6’7 Chris playing alongside him. who was just involved in the first player trade conducted by the in 1977, came from along with Jimmy in lieu of the Uncolas’ Tino and Ulysses Rodríguez.

In 1981. the company unfolded a new of passenger vehicles that was the Super Corolla. To further its marketing image, the team to carry the brand and was eventually the Toyota Super Corollas. the 1983 season unfolded switched their name to Silver Coronas. After the season they traded starting power forward Abe to the San Miguel in order to cut the total

However, reeling from losses brought about by the crunch triggered by the assassination of Senator Benigno Aquino, the league’s glamorous team to an end when Delta Motor the franchise to Asia Brewery joined the league as Beer

Playing style [ edit ]

In a when defense was defined as “an effort to stop or stymie the team’s counterpart”, Toyota’s style was considered one of the most and worthy to watch. With defense hardly known then, Toyota was a typical team that depended on their rebounding prowess. when you have an Andrew Bruce King, John Abe King, Ramon Fernandez and a Bobby Jaworski collaring the the most common (and entertaining) spectacle was to see a baseball by the rebounder to a streaking player on the for an easy twinner. Notables the recipients of the baseball pass the years in the Toyota lineup Segura, Cortez, Tuadles, and Legaspi. In the halfcourt, it was not uncommon to see a play that Fernandez and employed in the recent Crispa-Toyota game where Fernandez post up, Jaworski would at the top of the arc and wait for Fernandez to be double-teamed. the double team is consummated, either waits at the 3 point or makes a straight cut in the middle of the waiting for the blind pass of for an easy two. Another sight was to see Jaworski mapping out the cuts in the middle and makes the defense commit to him. He throws a behind-the-back blind to cutting slotmen like or King for an easy layup or it back to good buddy for a long range bomb from the arc. Hence, it a surprise to see Jaworski, Arnaiz and (in that order) being the 3 PBA players to dish off 2,000 in their careers.

For defense, Toyota’s starting had a better defensive stance their counterparts in Crispa. Jaworski, Fernandez and King the defense, it was like an impregnable Knox to penetrate the individual lay down by the team. It was a tribute to Crispa’s individuals’ capabilities to go this defense set up by the three. however had the edge at the bench they had noted defensive like Padim Israel, Joy Yoyoy Villamin, Bay Cristobal in 1983 under Coach Manotoc) while Toyota had to with Herrera, Javier, and Bulaong to provide the defensive

Team highlights [ edit ]

Toyota Tamaraw

more than Crispa, was with more controversies their nine seasons in the There is no compelling reason for except that probably, individual players were to be more “independent-minded” while superstars submitted to their owner Danny Floro. who eventually became larger life in the PBA, was involved in of these controversies, as well as

In December 1979, Dante resigned as the team’s head after management decided to players Fernandez, Estoy and Abe King in Game 2 of the 3rd Conference Silverio deliberately didn’t any of these players in the 3rd Conference claiming that the three “didn’t play their in a losing finals stint Royal Tru Orange in the 2nd Conference. The then coached by Eduardo (who took over at the start of the 1981 season) and led by Otto Moore and Larry decisively beat the Tamaraws in games of a best of five to earn their first Notable players in the RTO fold Rudy Lalota, Tony Leo Paguntalan, Biboy Ravanes, Ramas, Jess Migalbin father of Richard Yee), and “Yoyong” Martirez. Toyota won the 3rd Conference title, their 6th 1975, beating Crispa in games. The team was led by their Andrew Fields and Bruce King while Crispa was by Bernard Harris (who for Tanduay the year before) and Chatman.

In April 1977, the Comets and the were involved in a tumultuous rumble at the Big Dome that saw protagonists being sent and at the Fort Bonifacio. At a time the players’ notion of winning a was “at all costs”, especially in a Crispa-Toyota it was not uncommon to find these two involved in several rumbles. The first fight actually back in 1975 between the two and led by Toyota’s notorious bad boy Oscar The apex came in 1977 players like Fernandez and Co mixing up at each other the presence of cops in the dugout.

The of the longest 16 seconds in league would happen in 1980 the Toyota Tamaraws and the U/Tex The two teams tangled in the Finals of the Conference title with having the privilege of playing two imports side by side each other. The two, McDonald and Aaron James, forces with Bogs Lim Eng Beng and the diminutive Ricky to form a solid starting Toyota of course had their import Andy Fields with another old reliable in In Game 4 of the series and U/Tex 2-1, Tommy Manotoc out all his starters and sent in his shock with more than 7 remaining in the game and the Tamaraws up by 9 points. Reporters bitterly Manotoc’s move for conceding the at such an early stage, but justified this by saying the famous quote, one step two steps forward in reference to the of relieving his star players and them enough time to in preparation for the all important Game 5. won Game 4 handily of course. In 5, with time down to 16 U/Tex in possession and Toyota by four 94-90, the 16-second happened. Upon receipt of the pass from Lim Eng Beng, James cranked up a jumper 18 feet to bring the game by 2, time down to 11 seconds. had possession, inbounded from the but the full court press of somehow added pressure to the Instead of just holding on to the and waiting for a foul while the time tick away, the made one hurried pass another until it reached the In the ensuing play, Arnie made a pass to Abe King, who was in the paint, but his pass was read by McDonald, who intercepted the ball. Arnaiz, in haste, fouled in penalty instead of putting up a defense against the 6-foot, former Celtic. McDonald, in his cool demeanor, proving and again that his 1976 performance with Boston was no sank both free with time down to 2 left. The game was tied and couldn’t buy a basket in the remaining forcing the game into the very first recorded OT in 5 in PBA History (and probably the one

to date). At the end of 5 minutes of extension, saw itself at the winning end with a victory against the hapless which never know hit them.

In December 1980, Crispa was at the of winning the 1980 All Filipino in unbeaten fashion. They already won 19 straight – 9 in the eliminations, 8 in the and the first 2 games of the finals against arch rivals In Game 3, and behind by three at halftime, Toyota team Pablo Carlos fired Fort Acuña on the spot for to heed Carlos’ demand to field in Robert Jaworski in the The feud between Acuña and was never revealed although at that time said their differences were transcending into the personal.” re-entered the court at the start of the 3rd with Carlos coaching, and didn’t exactly play emotionally lifted the Tamaraws to a contested 97-94 victory the Redmanizers, spoiling Crispa’s to win the crown unbeaten. Crispa won Game 4, 105-91 and ended the with a 20-1 slate.

In 1982, the Super Corollas and the national team of South were involved in a bench-clearing for all that saw several players thrown out of the game and getting It happened in Game 2 in the battle for place between South and Toyota. The Sokors won Game 1 and needed to beat the visitors to Game 3. In an ensuing play, Rookie of the Year candidate Saldana kicked South forward Li Min Hyun in the body. As a Saldana was disqualified from the ROY The award went to another (no relation to Antero), San Miguel guard Marte Saldana. San won the title, beating Crispa in 3. This was the only conference in where they failed to thereby losing their of a similar grand slam won by Crispa in 1976 and followed up in

In February 1984, the Toyota officially takes a leave of from the league after from huge losses in of revenues. This also the hand of then team Jack Rodríguez (who Ricky Silverio, Jr. the son of the team who replaced Carlos) to sell the to Beer Hausen of Lucio Asia Brewery. The lock, and barrel deal stated all Toyota players will be as well, to be led by no less than starting center Ramon Robert Jaworski and his bossom Francis Arnaiz balked at the refusing to heed the contract they were obligated to This made Arnaiz the famous line, “di kami por in reference to the non-transparent ways the Toyota management did in selling the without informing the players. the controversy becoming even as the days wore on, then team owner Carlos Palanca, III, who was also the PBA at that time, decided to Jaworski’s services. Jaworski was by Francis Arnaiz in the Palanca while Chito Loyzaga and Tuadles were taken in by Taste Coffee. Prior to the of the franchise, Abe King joined the San Group then called Eagle Beer. The majority of the players led by Fernandez (along Coloso, Cordero, Herrera, Bulaong, Relosa, etc.) to Beer Hausen.

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