PROJECT SYDRIFIED | THE PBA STATS PROJECT SECOND WAVE IS ON
I call my blog Project Sydrified because I am actually doing a bucket list of a lot of things that I want.
And over the course of 2022, I finally have a credible list of PBA stats that I have been dreaming of since I first made my first 100 Best PBA Careers list.
It took me nearly 15 years to hunt for stats but thanks to a lot of sites and a lot of extra cash at my disposal, I finally have a credible amount of stats that I am willing to share.
After all, one of my goals is to create a pseudo-Basketball Reference site basketball I just don't get why the PBA isn't uploading the stats of their legendary players.
I mean... how can the new generation discover the gameplay of Rudy Kutch, Estoy Estrada, Larry Mumar, Jun Papa, Jimmy Mariano, and Freddie Webb?
Oh, none of these pioneers are from the 40 Greatest Players list?
As I said, my list has been upgraded.
And yeah, just check out the site every odd day of the month and I am probably going to feature one or two names. On September 5 and 7, I am going to feature at least ten newly-retired PBA players (due to age, political aspirations, and overseas opportunities) like Mark "The Spark" Caguioa, James Yap, Kiefer Ravena, Bobby Ray Parks, Matthew Wright, and Asi F'N Rock Taulava. Caguioa is the only reason why I rooted for Ginebra while there was a point in time when I interacted with Taulava on Twitter and it's awesome because I thought he should have had a better career. I am a fan of James Yap... only during the PBA Finals because love his game or otherwise, Big Game James levels up whenever there's a trophy on the line.
And then there are the stats that have escaped me... until now. I am going to upload Ramon Fernandez's stats on his birthday but to compensate, I am going to share a bunch of JPEGs that have the infos of Hector Calma, Pongkie F'N Alolor, Ricky Cui, and Biboy Ravanes. I am still contemplating whether or not I'll be putting a paywall on my info but at the moment, I just want to share the wealth.
And of course, I have a lot of sites to thank. Hopefully, I maintain my Wix site for a long time. I am thinking of going back to Blogger or WordPress because they have better site reach and the only reason why I wanted to own a Wix site is so that I can tinker with my design (I have since minimized my site design).
Meanwhile, if want to check out the other information I obtained, then you need to click this LINK.