Here are some of the records that the San Miguel Beermen have done wherein no other PBA teams done before.

List of SMB's historic feats no other PBA teams have done before

For the lineup that the Beermen have today, a SMB fan can expect for championships for the Beermen franchise.

During the early career of Chris Ross and Alex Cabagnot, they are all nothing and not that good but thanks to coach Leo they are all very potent now. Together with June Mar Fajardo, Arwind Santos, Marcio Lassiter, and the coming rookie Christian Standhardinger, expect SMB to be in the Finals of the coming 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup.

For some, coach Leo Austria's system when it comes to rotation of players sucks, but how about the championships that he won using his so called "babad system"? As Ryan Gregorio stated, he thought that the system is very good at all because it brought championships for SMB.

Now have some time to read some of the San Migue Beermen feats that no other PBA teams have done before.

List of SMB's historic feats no other PBA teams have done before

4 consecutive Philippine Cup champions - 2nd time in PBA history (first done by Crispa). The Beermen first tied TNT Katropa with the record of three-peat (3 consecutive Philippine Cup championship). Then they demolished the record after defeating the Magnolia Hotshots 4-1 in the best-of-7 of their series last April 6, 2018.

June Mar Fajardo received his 6th Best Player of the Conference award. The record is also the best in PBA and the Kraken is the only one who did such domination. He also surpassed former SMB Danny Ildefonso's 5-time BPC record.

June Mar Fajardo received his 4th MVP award (also four-peat). He received the award 4 times consecutively. The record is also record-setting because no one received the MVP award 4-times consecutively before.

San Miguel Beermen is the only team in the world (when it comes to basketball) that were able to win a championship from 0-3 down to 4-3 against the Alaska Aces.

With June Mar Fajardo's domination, he might even surpassed Ramon Fernandez and Alvin Patrimonio in the number of MVP's award received in the PBA. They are all tied with 4 MVP awards as of today. The only advantage that June Mar have is that is still playing compared to the Fernandez and Patrimonio who were retired already.

During the Game 5 of SMB vs Magnolia last April 6, 2018 Chris Ross of the Beermen almost record the first ever quadruple-double in the PBA history. With the stats of 13 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists, and 8 steals. He is only 2 steals away to set yet another record for SMB. Though he came out short, he hopes that he will have another shot at historic quadruple-double again in the future.

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