4. Hector Calma
His numbers may be modest, but Hector Calma remains the epitome of pure Philippine point guard play. Fans who remember his heyday still speak in hushed tones about how “The Director” can control games without taking a single shot, how he can dominate the game with his mind rather than his body. His professional career was relatively short, considering he was already 26 years old when he joined Magnolia in 1986 — but his impact on the PBA can still be felt to this day.
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