Bulacan Kuyas

Bulacan Kuyas

Leagues Played
Filipinas - MPBL 65


Filipinas - MPBL 06/02 12:00 - Bulacan Kuyas v Bacoor City Strikers L 69-78
Filipinas - MPBL 05/26 08:00 - Rizal Golden Coolers v Bulacan Kuyas L 87-70
Filipinas - MPBL 05/22 12:00 - GenSan Warriors v Bulacan Kuyas L 87-69
Filipinas - MPBL 05/12 10:00 - Bulacan Kuyas v Bataan Risers - View
Filipinas - MPBL 05/12 10:00 - Bulacan Kuyas v 1Bataan Risers W 73-65
Filipinas - MPBL 05/06 08:00 - Bicol Volcanoes v Bulacan Kuyas W 107-115
Filipinas - MPBL 04/28 12:00 - Quezon Huskers v Bulacan Kuyas L 73-60
Filipinas - MPBL 04/21 08:00 - Negros Muscovados v Bulacan Kuyas L 66-64
Filipinas - MPBL 04/14 08:00 - Bulacan Kuyas v Nueva Ecija Rice Vanguards L 67-76
Filipinas - MPBL 03/23 12:15 - Quezon City Gaz N Go v Bulacan Kuyas W 84-100
Filipinas - MPBL 02/22 12:30 - Makati Super Crunch v Bulacan Kuyas L 86-78
Filipinas - MPBL 02/18 10:30 - Makati Super Crunch v Bulacan Kuyas L 94-88

Wikipedia - Bulacan Kuyas

The Bulacan Kuyas are a Filipino professional basketball team playing in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) based in Baliwag, Bulacan. Backed by the Local Government of Baliwag, it is one of four active teams based in the Central Luzon region. The team plays their home games at Baliwag Star Arena.

The team was one of the MPBL's charter teams in its inaugural season. The team is named after former Bulacan First District Representative Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado, whose nickname is "Kuya". He served as the team's owner and backer during its foundation.

The team has also played in the Pilipinas Super League (PSL), and formerly in the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3x3.


Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League

The Bulacan Kuyas were among the ten charter teams featured in the inaugural season of the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League. They were also the champions of the pre-season tournament the league held prior to the season. The team inked a partnership with the Ligo Sardines, a canned sardines brand, for the duration of the 2018 season.

In their first season, Bulacan were one of three teams with a 6-3 record, but claimed the second seed with a tiebreaker on point differential. The team, however, would fall in an upset against the Panañaque Patriots in the Quarterfinals.

Entering the 2018–19 season, the team signed a deal with Mighty Sports to become the team's new major sponsor. The team once again made the playoffs, but once again lost in the First Round to the Manila Stars. Then in the 2019–20 season, they made the playoffs for the third straight season, but lost to the Makati Super Crunch.

After competing in the 2021 Invitational, the team decided to opt out of the 2022 season. The team would make a return in 2023, this time with backing from the Local Government of Baliwag.

Pilipinas Super League

Bulacan joined the Pilipinas Super League in 2022, as the Koponang Lakan ng Bulacan.