UP Fighting Maroon Bea Daez joins Gametime and talks about her hobbies including traveling and dancing (3:27), the influence of her family (19:54), adjusting to the UP culture (29:19), playing for the Maroons (36:01), her experience with the national team (43:57), sportscasting (54:03), and up-and-coming players (1:11:50).
UAAP champions Coach Ayi Bimbo and Prince Orizu join Gametime and talk about food (6:01), plays Quick Hits (11:12), UP and Ateneo (19:25), FEU (27:05), and adapting to Philippine culture (43:56). At the 49:50 mark, NCAA MVP Prince Eze joins the show and the group discusses adversity (1:03:57), racism (1:16:47), and shares their vision and inspiration (1:35:41).
Former UP courtside reporter Nina Alvia joins Gametime and talks fashion (8:28), Quick Hits (20:07), courtside reporting (28:32), UP’s recent emergence (43:09), staying in sports forever (51:41), coffee (59:25), freedom of the press (1:05:27), and her vision and inspiration (1:13:51).
UAAP S81 MBT MVP Bright Akhuetie joins Gametime and talks about growing to love basketball (2:42), plays Quick Hits (9:29), talks about his decision to move to Manila (13:00), his MVP season (22:11), UP’s crowd (32:13), Season 82 (39:00), and his thoughts on officiating (53:17) and racism (59:20).