2003–04 Philippine Basketball League season

The 2003–04 season of the Philippine Basketball League (PBL).

2003–04 PBL season
Duration November 8, 2003 – June 19, 2004
Number of teams 8
TV partner(s) Studio 23
Platinum Cup champions Fash Liquid Detergent
  Runners-up Welcoat Paints
Unity Cup champions Viva Mineral Water-FEU
  Runners-up Welcoat Paints
Season MVP Peter June Simon / Arwind Santos

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The Philippine Basketball League (PBL), in partnership with the giant network ABS-CBN through Studio 23 and ABS-CBN Sports presentation of the league, adopted a new slogan “Ito ang tunay na ligang bayan”.[1]

Team Standings Win Loss Head Coach
Welcoat Paints 9 3 Leo Austria
Sunkist-UST 8 4 Aric del Rosario
Fash Liquid Detergent 7 5 Junel Baculi
Blu Star Detergent 7 5 Leo Isaac
Montaña Pawnshop 5 7 Bong Go
Viva Mineral Water-FEU 4 8 Koy Banal
ICTSI-La Salle 2 10 Franz Pumaren
February 7
Fash Liquid Detergent 61, Welcoat Paints 55
Fash wins series, 3-2

Fash (formerly Hapee) leaned on a couple of three-pointers by Larry Fonacier in the last quarter of the deciding fifth game to down Welcoat Paints and clinch the championship. Fash coach Junel Baculi now match former Stag coach Alfrancis Chua as the winningest mentor in the PBL with seven titles.[2]

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