7. Hector Calma
The Director didn’t score much, but he was often San Miguel’s most valuable player on the court during the team’s late ’80s dynasty.
Calma was the team’s one constant: he won with Abet Guidaben at center, and he won with Ramon Fernandez at center. It hardly mattered if he was setting up Elmer Reyes, Samboy Lim, Ato Agustin, or Allan Caidic. Calma was charged with finding a way for the Beermen to win, and they did.