1990 PBA season

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The 1990 PBA season was the sixteenth season of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). The 1st Conference title series was marred by walkout by Anejo Rhum in the sixth game, giving Shell their first-ever PBA title. In the Third Conference, Alaska blew a 0-2 series lead losing to Purefoods in five games.


  • Team with best win-loss percentage: Shell (35-21, .625)

Individual awards

  • Most Valuable Player: Allan Caidic (Presto)
  • Rookie of the Year: Gerry Esplana (Presto)
  • Most Improved Player: Rey Cuenco (Añejo)
  • Mythical Five: Ronnie Magsanoc (Shell), Paul Avarez (Alaska), Benjie Paras (Shell), Alvin Patrimonio (Purefoods), Allan Caidic (Presto)
  • Mythical Second Team: Samboy Lim (San Miguel), Rudy Distrito (Añejo), Ramon Fernandez (San Miguel), Yoyoy Villamin (Alaska), Rey Cuenco (Añejo)
  • All-Defensive Team: Abe King (Presto), Glenn Capacio (Purefoods), Alvin Teng (San Miguel), Yoyoy Villamin (Alaska), Chito Loyzaga (Añejo)
1990 PBA season
1990 PBA First Conference 1990 PBA All-Filipino Cup 1990 PBA Third Conference
Philippine Basketball Association seasons

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